@email@example.com Thanks. That framing is definitely not perfect. Not the slide, but the thick knurled brown rope with the smaller blue hand rope from the two posts to the right of the slide counts as a bridge I’d say. :-) Btw. that playground is closed off because the concrete footings have to cure.
@firstname.lastname@example.org lol 😅 I think you pass the test. 👌 (Well, is a slide a bridge? 🤔)
The sun is still powerful at peak 8°C in the shade. When I leaned against a dark oak for a makeshift tripod, the bark felt noticeably warm to the touch. That was very surprising to me. Well, I had cold hands, but still, very unexpected and great experience. However, it’s the wet season, hence deep mud and puddles of standing water everywhere. My shoes were soaked in the end. Totally worth, though.
@email@example.com Oh yes, definitely. But worse are shoulder and belly. I’m glad that I’m not a knight or anything like that.
I left too late, so it went dark on me quickly. Sorry for the below-average quality this time.
@firstname.lastname@example.org I found that part is well documented 🙂
So, to understand the theory I started here
And a few explanations in SO helped me to practice it in my project:
@email@example.com ouch! That arrow aimed to your head should hurt 🏹🤕
@firstname.lastname@example.org That’s quite a setup, very neat! :-) With the tall tent I meant the frustum shaped structure left behind of presumably @email@example.com in the camping chair. On second thought, @firstname.lastname@example.org, I reckon you’re right. That must be the shower. The shape just reminded me of a mobile toilet. :-)
@email@example.com Oh yeah, what a truly beautiful sunset! Camping can’t get much better than that. She should try in landscape orientation next time for even cooler photos. :-)
This is really awesome, Arrow vs. Armour 2 is finally out there: https://youtu.be/ds-Ev5msyzo Very fascinating.
@firstname.lastname@example.org Actually the port-a-loo didn’t smell at all. 😅 What did smell was the holes in the ground toilets on the camp grounds where people do this sh1t(s) 🤣
@email@example.com Still very cool 👌
Another hobby beside the coffee machine. 😜
Thanks but no. I found it on thingyverse. Still learning the 3D part. I „had“ to buy it as my friends back in „Germoney“ are a bit tired of printing stuff for me ;-). They said: here. Carsten, it is on sale now, BUY YOUR OWN!😅
A PPP with a tent to keep the smell inside. Nice. I thought, it is the shower.
@firstname.lastname@example.org Yes but only with the constructs i mentioned above👌
@email@example.com ahh ok. Do you can now use local relativ air absolute path‘s? that was not possible before iirc
those tents on top of cars are popular here right now. I’m terrified of climbing ladders so wouldn’t suit is!! plus we have 4 ppl and they look rather small.
@firstname.lastname@example.org nah todays weather was nothing to be envious about. was awful.
@email@example.com that’s awesome. I need one for my phone!
@firstname.lastname@example.org So I wanted to reply to this Yarn with some comments, but wasn’t able to really do so whilst out ‘n about camping with the family 😅 – Basically Go’s modules (the more recent version) is actually pretty good. Let me try to help you understand the basics of it…
When defining a new package/library, run
go mod init git.mills.io/prologic/foo (as an example). This could also be
github.com/prologic/foo or anywhere else with a publicly accessible Git source. I recommend this as the easiest as things will “just work”™.
Next, never do development in
$GOPATH as this is basically deprecated and gone now. Always code outside of
$GOPATH and use modules as per above.
Finally if you are not ready to publish your work and you depend on
bar and maybe something else too (like Yarn.social’s codebase) then use
$ go mod edit -replace git.mills.io/prologic/foo /User/prologic/Projects/foo (as an example).
Then basically on the other side (opposite the door) is a small storage area for the battery (which has enough room left over for my portal 240w foldable solar blanket), in the middle another storage box for the circuit breaker (with enough space for a plastic box with my solar panel’s long cable, MPPT charge controller and Power Meter), then finally a towards the front a larger storage area for the hot water system (normally stored in a bad) and the portable port-a-loo (toilet).
@email@example.com Nah the tall tent bit is basically the main roof, it sits nice and hover over the centre of the trailer. It unfolds forwards (hence why its called a forward folding camper trailer) onto itself and the front section near the tow hitch is where you’ll find a queen(ish) sized bed for @firstname.lastname@example.org and myself 👌 The section has a full 270deg leather(ish) couch (i.e: 3 sides) then the back has a slide-out section that holds a double(ish) bed.
Outside (once you walk out the door in the middle) you’ll find a fridge drawer on your right. On your left you’ll find a pull-out full 4-burner gas stove, sink with running water, a cutlery drawer and metal board on the side of the burner stove.
Towards the back (on the right) there are extra hot and cold water plugs and an extra gas fitting for a portable (stands up) gas hot water system (with a very long hose and multi-function shower head) that feeds back into the kitchen as well.
@email@example.com Wow! 😳 Did you design this yourself? 🤔
@firstname.lastname@example.org this is what confused me the most. But also Python is confusing in this case.
Java does a good job here with the packages.
Go, when you develop outside the gopath, can get as you described, weird too
German “rule of law”:
▪️Passing a traffic jam on the right at 75 km/h at 30 km/h and killing a 4-year-old child:
200 € fine and 1 month driving license gone.
▪️Wanting to cause a traffic jam:
Days of preventive detention in jail.
@email@example.com @firstname.lastname@example.org Modules are a bit weird, indeed. In fact, you can name your module differently than the directory name. To the extreme, you can have a directory “foo”, but call the module “bar” and call the “bar” directory your module “foo”. Not sure why anyone wants that, but there you have it.
However, when it comes to nested modules, I believe the “prefix” path components must match the directory names or else Go won’t find anything. So I recommend to always make the module name and directory name the same. That also puts much less cognitive work on yourself. :-)
Basically think of goroutines as lightweight threads.
@email@example.com Select all images with bridges
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@firstname.lastname@example.org Very nice! I just didn’t want to trade that enormous heat, no way. I’m happy with the 2-8°C here. Nobody in close proximity is awesome. And you have one of these iconic iconog foldup caravans. The tall tent is the outhouse I reckon? Do you have a solar panel on the car’s roof? Enjoy!
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I found a Foosball with a digital scoreboard.
In college I wanted to make one of these with electronics and PICs, but it was a bit expensive as a student, so never I finished that.
Later I made one with a tablet and an online ranking system.
I wanted to build one for table tennis, inspired by one I say online which recognizes a RFID chip in your racket 🏓
@firstname.lastname@example.org hehe, agreed!
At least we only have an UV index of 5 😜
I signed the open letter/
@email@example.com hehe, I’m just envying your weather… 🥶And having friends in the other half of the world living the opposite season, it’s so weird!
@firstname.lastname@example.org I haven’t touched the goroutines yet (I played with these like 10 years ago), but I haven’t found a case where I need these.
About the modules, those were very non-intuitive to me, coming from Python, C#, and JS. I think the official documentation from Go is not clear enough and has no simple examples…
After a few searches, I reached Stack Overflow and blogs with tips for Modules and subdirectories. Now, I can replicate an MVC model with templates.
This project helped a lot: https://github.com/J7mbo/go-subdirectories-with-modules
@email@example.com Well, those are for a private university in México, so won’t be publicly available.
And they told me that the format is gonna be different from what I recorded previously, so next week I’ll have to make new shots. 😅
In fact, I don’t have videos in English, so I guess I’ll have to practice recording a few 🤔
I’ve started playing with Go today, just understood the basics and still a bit confused about the module and goroutine parts.
I’ll try to make something interesting soon.