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In-reply-to » Omg! I'm always playing on those pixel placing canvases, where it's usually an endless war of factions or just things being attacked for no reason, but now someone did the most wholesome thing imaginable and drew another inugami facing mine and drew them shaking paws. Media

@thecanine@twtxt.net This classic and all-time favorite masterpiece came to mind immediately: http://myfunnymemes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/The-Flying-Camel-Is-Very-Polite-As-It-Soars-The-Desert.jpg

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In-reply-to » Omg! I'm always playing on those pixel placing canvases, where it's usually an endless war of factions or just things being attacked for no reason, but now someone did the most wholesome thing imaginable and drew another inugami facing mine and drew them shaking paws. Media

@thecanine@twtxt.net Howdy!

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Today was our yearly scout meeting. Three glass bottles in total didn’t survive the afternoon and evening. After the general meeting some of us went to the scout church service next door and then we had a nice barbie with friends and the general public.

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In-reply-to » @prologic 1. It's criminal: Copilot was only possible because of massive theft of other peoples' work (no compensation or even acknowledgement to any of the developers whose code was used to create Copilot) 2. It's positioned to put software developers out of work or so fully de-skill them that they no longer know how to code anything but prompts (after which come corporate-justified salary and benefits decreases)

@abucci@anthony.buc.ci Sums it up perfectly.

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After several hours of debugging in a larger task force yesterday and today, we finally figured out that we must have ran into an XFS bug (seems to work fine on ext4). An ftruncate syscall hung forever and hence the process was caught in an uninterruptible sleep. This was the first time I ever witnessed kill -9 not to “work”. But I learned a bunch of new stuff. I never dug this deep into the guts before.

Some of you probably know that /proc/$PID/syscall tells you the current system call the process is executing. And /proc/$PID/stack returns the kernel stack trace. Awesome stuff!

That’s a wonderful article on that matter: https://tanelpoder.com/2013/02/21/peeking-into-linux-kernel-land-using-proc-filesystem-for-quickndirty-troubleshooting/

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In-reply-to » Uploaded some photos from my recent trip to Iceland and New York doing an artist residency coding shaders: http://darch.dk/fotos/

@darch@neotxt.dk! Man! These are some cool pictures! The Iceland gallery was the most beautiful in total to me. How else can it be, right?! ;-) Very beautiful scenery and lovely colors overall. I’d love to see that with my own eyes one day. Very hard to choose, but I have to highlight the following pics:

Additional nature shoutouts go to:

The latter one perfectly fits this sign: http://darch.dk/fotos/media/images/2023-08-aln/IMG_20230807_140853.jpg (probably a sunset, though ;-))

I had to chuckle at this one: http://darch.dk/fotos/media/images/2023-07-iceland/IMG_20230802_112551.jpg

Which brings me to the art pictures. Interesting museum visits. Mostly funny and neat ideas, but also some weird ones. I immediately liked that one (again, obviously): http://darch.dk/fotos/media/images/2023-08-aln/IMG_20230825_200517.jpg All these chairs look really cool, great photo, mate! Perfectly fits into the art category itself: http://darch.dk/fotos/media/images/2023-09-nyc/IMG_20230829_162111_HDR.jpg

That one is a good mix of nature and art combined, with a touch of ugliness, that brings its own beauty, though. It’s a bit hard to describe, but I hope you get what I mean: http://darch.dk/fotos/media/images/2023-08-aln/IMG_20230827_114645_HDR.jpg

NY has some really ugly spots, that’s quite a contrast. I especially get that feeling when looking at this brilliant shot: http://darch.dk/fotos/media/images/2023-09-nyc/IMG_20230830_114320_HDR.jpg It portraits the shabbiness perfectly. I’m very glad I don’t live in a concrete and glass desert but rather a town. However, I have to admit, the views from the skyscrapers aren’t so bad.

Thank you very much for sharing all of them! I certainly had a blast going through them.

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In-reply-to » QOTD: Aside from work, what technology related events do you attend in the real world? Are you part of any social clubs dedicated to technology, e.g. user groups?

@mckinley@twtxt.net Some mates and I run a server and I’m a (rather passive) member of some club. But that’s about it. I used to attend the yarn calls every now and then when that was a thing. :-) So mostly online stuff, rarely on-site anymore. How about you?

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We made a bike tour in the heat of the day. The sun was brutal with 27°C in the shade. Man, this one section was suuuuper steep and you couldn’t hill-start anymore once stopped for a quick rest, because you just spun out the tire in the loose gravel. No chance. So we had to push (I didn’t mind that, though). My mate’s battery then flattened, so he had no other choice anyways. Luckily, I have an old-school bicycle with no electronics (if you don’t count the lights). So the rest of the hills weren’t too bad for me, but he was huffing and puffing badly.

We had waffles with apple sauce for lunch at a closed ski hut out in nature. It was very peaceful, nobody around, just birds and critters. After resting a bit we tried out the scout camera. Today’s mission was to get a bit familiar with that equipment. All the pictures were taken with that DSLR, a Nikon D5200 with a 18-105mm lense. Quite a heavy rig compared to my small digicam. Looking at the pics on a big screen, we gotta keep practicing. This lense is certainly not made for macro shots. We have another one that’s probably suited for that, but I didn’t want to bring the whole bag. And more zoom would also be nice for all the birds. But we don’t have a larger zoom lense.

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Finally, we encountered an old train from the Märklintage (Märklin days). This weekend they pulled out old locomotives and wagons and had extra tours between Göppingen (where Märklin, the model train manufacturer, has its headquarter) and Geislingen/Steige. Tons of people all along the tracks everywhere.

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In-reply-to » Had a very surreal experience the other day.

@movq@www.uninformativ.de Lucky you, we didn’t have any thunderstorms lately. But temps were somewhat passable. These storm chasers are a fun species. Taking it right to the next level. :-) I mean it is probably cool to see the thunderstorm from above or the inside. But better don’t crash into the windows of other people.

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In-reply-to » In the german language, we have the word “Gewaltphantasie”. If you don’t know what it means, here’s a demonstration: https://imgur.com/gallery/LhsjMKM Notice how you’re feeling after watching this? Yep, congratulations, you now have Gewaltphantasien!

@movq@www.uninformativ.de Da geht mir auch sofort das Messer im Hosensack auf.

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In-reply-to » What kind of fucking bullshit is this horrible Go template garbage!? What the hell is wrong with my template? https://lyse.isobeef.org/tmp/wtf_test.go.txt I rip it all out and replace it with some other template engine that doesn't suck balls. Holy fuck. What a giant waste of time, every fucking time I deal with this shit. End of rage. :-)

I ran into an issue with the scoping of variables in pongo2. The modifications in the loop are not visible to the outside. That’s a bummer. Exactly this: https://github.com/flosch/pongo2/issues/163

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In-reply-to » Hmm noting that yarnd password change function is insecure by design and should be fixed 🤔

@prologic@twtxt.net Ah, ok. But you actually have to be logged in. It doesn’t just assume it. At least it tried it in the web UI. It would be nice to confirm the password by retyping it into a second field, so typos are caught.

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My mate made me five adapters for my welding table clamp. No, I don’t have a welding table, that’s the whole point for these adapters. The clamp’s foot is 28 mm in diameter but my bench dog holes are only 20 mm wide. So now I can use the one clamp with this large foot, too. Works like a treat, I’m super happy! Since I only needed one adapter there’s room for future expansion of my inventory. :-)

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