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I got a couple of these LoRa radios and I've been playing with them. So far I can get them to ping each other and keep track of received pings, and their rssi and SNR. So far it just displays it on a screen.
now that I live in Seattle, and have no plans to emigrate, I wonder if I should move to Social.Seattle.wa.us. Thoughts, @finn ? What's your uptime %? :)
#pleroma feature request: set a reasonable User-Agent on outgoing HTTP requests
there appears to be something polling one v.c account's profile every second or so, and all i have to go from is an IP address and "hackney/1.15.1" as the user-agent
Seen on the back of a bus seat on the in #seattle
Microsoft has released their new Terminal application to GitHub, marketing it as another demonstration of their commitment to "open source". While the project is MIT licensed, did you know it is inextricably linked and dependent upon numerous proprietary SDK tools, headers, and the Visual C++ ATL.
Do not be fooled, see through the mirage of feigned support to undermine and sabotage the original ethics of the free software movement!
This is the second set of photos from the Bridge Walk.
The last image is a long exposure, looking across the river toward the convention center. It was illuminated with green lights. I balanced the camera on a curved railing. I must have moved it a bit. That gives an impressionistic look, with the added bonus of some jaggy lines from car headlights crossing the bridge.
This is the first set of photos from the Bridge Walk activity my film Meetup group did at the end of March.
I used an atrocious film (Svema Color 125), which I ended up spending many hours trying to color correct on the computer.
Enjoy this first set of formerly analog, now very digital, photos!
[Svema Color 125, Olympus OM-2n with Zuiko 50mm f1.8]
#1yrago Cops have a secret, unaccountable system for tracking you by your cellphone, and they abuse it like crazy https://boingboing.net/2018/05/12/extraordinary-access.html