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in reply to Fabio

Ancora con 'ste fotocopie identiche, mamma mia che roba vecchia. Noi aggiungiamo decorazioni, ghirigori, grechine, fiorellini ai vostri documenti :awesome:


Ascoltaci, o madre Sparta! Noi, i tuoi figli, andiamo a morire per la libertà.
"Si, ma non fate tardi".
Leo Ortolani, "299"


Cose da fare: provare una ricetta generata da una catena di Markov partendo da "La scienza in cucina e l'arte di mangiar bene" di Pellegrino Artusi
si batte la fiacca su questo pesce le scaglie e, lavato ed asciugato, infarinatelo tutto e mettetelo al fuoco mezz'ora prima di svenire


#retrocomputing #modding #rgb #bbcmicro


Today experiment

https://git.sr.ht/~fabrixxm/psc
Pseudo-CSS to SVG "compiler"
Because perhaps it's easier to write than xml...
in reply to Fabio

thinking about it, changing default xml namespace it can output any xml...

in reply to Fabio

and profile image, in one template, if you have it, like if you are from mastodon...





Sikitikis - Metti un Tigre nel Doppio Brodo (2005)

#mastoradio


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Fabio
io no, giuro.
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Fabio
@Art of Stimart doppio carpiato con avvitamento. mi piace.




Managed to spend some time on this.

#gtk4 #libadwaita #vala #pixelfed

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Looks like people are still using my SailfishOS Friendica client.

As my Jolla1 died some time ago, I've stopped developing it, but I thought I could check how it works on newer sfos with the emulator.

But I can't find the code. I'm quite sure there is a git repo somewhere but I can't find it 🤦
in reply to Fabio

Other half found!
https://git.sr.ht/~fabrixxm/friendly-core

Still didn't tried to build it..
The disk where I found first-half had newer code for front-end, but was missing the backend. The disk where I found the backend had an older code, but with divergent history (because, why push code on remote...).
So I'm not sure backend code is up-to-date with latest frontend...


ho dovuto farlo.

da https://github.com/Tuxemon/Tuxemon



in reply to Fabio

We like this and we’d love if this became a real app 😉




#KingKhan & The Shrines at Daste Bergamo

opening act by xiwt




Forse ho esagerato con le quantità...





in reply to Fabio

ecco perché oggi hai latitato! Malnàt
in reply to OrNot

Ebbene si, mi hai scoperto! Social spioni!😁
in reply to Fabio

ecco, qui c'è gente a cui si è rotta la timeline, e l'admin latita per andare a gozzovigliare! :D
in reply to Elena ``of Valhalla''

uops, interessante. si è messo ad aprirmi di default il tab preferiti. cliccando su ultima attività si vedono COSE




@Chiese Brutte Senna Comasco, Como

Tutto cemento, forma ad hangar, cortili in cemento con grate in metallo. E filo spinato.

Non era catechismo, era un'ora d'aria.

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This one from @James Westman is very cool.

Now I need to hang a big monitor in the office and let this page up.

#osm #realtime #map



Musica per oggi:

pronophonique - 8-bit lagerfeuer

#8bit + #chitarra

E sono anche sul fediverso @pornophonique



E perchè andare a dormire quando invece si puo' scrivere uno script poliglotto bash/python?

#!/usr/bin/bash
"""true"
echo "Ciao da bash"
python "$0"
exit
" """
import this


More from the Department of Unnecessary Projects #

git-list


git-list is an experimental git sub-command to interact with mailing-list based patch workflows.

Git comes with some tools to collaborate via email: git send-email and git am, one to send a patch directly to the mailing-list, the other to apply a patch which ... somehow... the user get from the mailing-list.

There are plenty of email clients written exactly to work with a mail-based patch workflow, or adapted to the job with configs and plugins. And I'm sure they work perfectly.

However, I'm only an amateur mail-patch user, and I'm not an hardcore consolophile: I prefer to keep using my graphical mail client, which unfortunately doesn't have any cool git integration.

But, one day I found out himalaya, a CLI mail client (not a TUI!). I would say himalaya is to thunderbird as curl is to firefox, in a way.

It allows to easily integrate mails into bash pipelines.

And so git-list is born. Put git-list script into your path, configure himalaya, add some local config to your repo and you will be able to easy list mail from the mailing-list related to the project, read mails, and apply patches to brand-new branches created ad-hoc from the comfort of your terminal:
$ git list
ID | Subject
-----------------
 1 | [Patch] ....
$ git list show 1
...
$ git list test 1
$ git status
On branch patch/1
...

As always, everything is extremely experimental, and likely will stay this way.

Here is the code:

https://git.sr.ht/~fabrixxm/git-list

P.S. have a look at the git send-email tutorial


Very nice!

#serenityos

https://nitter.pussthecat.org/awesomekling/status/1508953394836353024


in reply to Fabio

Adoro sapere che il fediverso sta creando MOSTRI :D (nel senso buono)


An update from the Department of Unnecessary Projects:

Climatik 0.4.1


A python library to create command line interface from function definitions.

In this version:
  • Command group. Ever wanted to create cli like docker image ls , docker image rm? Now you can.
  • Arguments help text from function docstring.
  • Support argcomplete if installed
See https://git.sr.ht/~fabrixxm/climatik/refs

It's on PyPi, if you need it.

Keys (no version yet)


The unnecessary CLI to manage SSH keys.

Updated to use climatik 0.4.1.


in reply to Fabio

guarda che a Bruxelles vogliono vietarla! Troppo sale, e poi è cotta in un forno a legna! Aborro! Troppa CO2! 😜
in reply to Paolo Redaelli

Vedi come spuntano spacci clandestini di pizza, tempo zero....
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Fabio
Yeah.. it was a clandestine pizza shop up in the north... can't tell you the exact location, sorry...

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