In-reply-to » @xuu I have a theory as to why your pod was misbehaving too. I think because of the way you were building it docker build without any --build-arg VERSION= or --build-arg COMMIT= there was no version information in the built binary and bundled assets. Therefore cache busting would not work as expected. When introducing htmx and hyperscript to create a UI/UX SPA-like experience, this is when things fell apart a bit for you. I think....

@prologic@twtxt.net Yeah that is probably what was happening. I wish that go build could embed the values that go install does.

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In-reply-to » Microsoft Outage Hits Users Worldwide, Leading To Canceled Flights Microsoft grappled with a major service outage, leaving users across the world unable to access its cloud computing platforms and causing airlines to cancel flights. From a report: Thousands of users across the world reported problems with Microsoft 365 apps and services to Downdetector.com, a website that tracks service disruptions. "We're inve ... ⌘ Read more

I havnt seen any emails about the outage at work. I know i have the mac crowdstrike client though. My buddy that works at a hospital says they wernt affected.

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In-reply-to » @prologic Hmm, yeah, hmm, I’m not sure. 😅 It all appears very subjective to me. Is 2k lines of code a lot or not?

I feel like complexity is measured differently at different levels of a project..

  • at the function level you use cyclomatic complexity or how many branches internally and how much you need to keep in mind as it calls out to other functions.
  • at a file/module level is a balance of the module doing too much against being so granular that you have cross dependency across modules. I have trouble with keeping things dry at this level because it can lead to parts being so abstract or generalized that it adds complexity.
  • at a project level i suppose its a matter of how coupled things are across sub-modules.

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In-reply-to » By the way, @xuu, it looks like you're running an old, buggy version of yarnd, that duplicates twts in the feed on edit.

So updated. Seems to duplicate here in the ui. And what is this “Read More” on every twt now?

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In-reply-to » The 26°C humidity was through the roof and we just barely escaped the thunderstorm on our stroll. Only the adjacent rain hit us hard. Black clouds caught up on us and we decided to take cover at a barn. Not even a minute later it started to rain cats and dogs for ten minutes straight. Holy crap, that was cool to watch. :-) Also, the smell of rain was just beautiful.

Here has been north of 38C all week. Its pretty ick. I would love a bit of rain to cool down.

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In-reply-to » Congratulations to the British for getting rid of the Tories tyranny, and electing the forward thinking Labour party! 🥳

it works fine if you properly escape your urls!

 URIs include components and subcomponents that are delimited by
   characters in the "reserved" set.  These characters are called
   "reserved" because they may (or may not) be defined as delimiters by
   the generic syntax, by each scheme-specific syntax, or by the
   implementation-specific syntax of a URI's dereferencing algorithm.
   If data for a URI component would conflict with a reserved
   character's purpose as a delimiter, then the conflicting data must be
   percent-encoded before the URI is formed.

      reserved    = gen-delims / sub-delims
      gen-delims  = ":" / "/" / "?" / "#" / "[" / "]" / "@"
      sub-delims  = "!" / "$" / "&" / "'" / "(" / ")"
                  / "*" / "+" / "," / ";" / "="

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In-reply-to » Google Chrome will have Gemini LLM built into the browser.

@bender@twtxt.net He is running on the latest macbook pro with 128G memory. though the chrome app seems to be sitting at 125MB. i am a bit suspicious about that stat since we dont see all the worker threads and he is currently sitting on 40GB of non cache ram.

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Google Chrome will have Gemini LLM built into the browser.

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In-reply-to » 👋 If y'all notice any weird quirks or UI/UX bugs of late on my pod, please let me know! 🙏 For those that have a Javascript enabled web browser will notice (hopefully) a SPA (single page app) like experience, even in Mobile! No more full page refreshes! All this without writing a single line of Javascript (let alone React or whatever) 😅 -- HTMX is pretty damn cooL! 😎 #htmx

@prologic@twtxt.net on the the timeline with mentions filter I missing the latest mention that comes up in the mentions page.

Oh.. And you are mentioning my dev instance here 😄

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In-reply-to » 👋 If y'all notice any weird quirks or UI/UX bugs of late on my pod, please let me know! 🙏 For those that have a Javascript enabled web browser will notice (hopefully) a SPA (single page app) like experience, even in Mobile! No more full page refreshes! All this without writing a single line of Javascript (let alone React or whatever) 😅 -- HTMX is pretty damn cooL! 😎 #htmx

Also.. why different?

Download

Download

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In-reply-to » 👋 If y'all notice any weird quirks or UI/UX bugs of late on my pod, please let me know! 🙏 For those that have a Javascript enabled web browser will notice (hopefully) a SPA (single page app) like experience, even in Mobile! No more full page refreshes! All this without writing a single line of Javascript (let alone React or whatever) 😅 -- HTMX is pretty damn cooL! 😎 #htmx

@prologic@twtxt.net how do i enable htmx? i built latest main

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In-reply-to » Speaking of “AI” … I guess I gotta find out soon how to disable/sabotage Microsoft’s “Recall”, before this garbage takes over the family computers. 😩

@movq@www.uninformativ.de Product activation? Oh.. I never had to deal with that. I always had the CD-R XP Pro version with the enterprise key written in sharpie that my brother got somehow.

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In-reply-to » Fire-proof safes are generally designed so the internal temperature stays at or below ~350°F. Is there a computer medium I can write that's likely to survive an extended stay around that temperature? Storage size doesn't matter too much; a CD would be plenty (although an actual CD would presumably turn to soup).

@anth@a.9srv.net If you can find a UL 150 certified media safe it should stay at or below 150°F which should protect tape, CDs, etc.

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In-reply-to » QOTD: What do you host on your home server? How do you host it? Are you using containers? VMs? Did you install any management interface or do you just SSH in? What OS does it run?

@mckinley@twtxt.net for me:

  • a wall mount 6U rack which has:
    • 1U patch panel
    • 1U switch
    • 2U UPS
    • 1U server, intel atom 4G ram, debian (used to be main. now just has prometheus)
  • a mini ryzon 16 core 64G ram, fedora (new main)
    • multiple docker services hosted.
  • synology nas with 4 2TB drives
  • turris omnia WRT router -> fiber uplink

network is a mix of wireguard, zerotier.

  • wireguard to my external vms hosted in various global regions.
    • this allows me ingress since my ISP has me behind CG-NAT
  • zerotier is more for devices for transparent vpn into my network

i use ssh and remote desktop to get in and about. typically via zerotier vpn. I have one of my VMs with ssh on a backup port for break glass to get back into the network if needed.

everything has ipv6 though my ISP does not provide it. I have to tunnel it in from my VMs.

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In-reply-to » wat da fuq does being "woke" even mean?! 🤦‍♂️

@bender@twtxt.net It is the new “politically correct”. Something that was used to describe acting in a more civilized way with one another. Turned into a scapegoat for the other side to label, demonize, and attack.

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In-reply-to » Not making THREADING the default view of e-mail clients and thus teaching users that e-mail is “chaotic” (if you get a lot of mail, it becomes unusable without threading) and “needs” full quoting all the time was one of the worst mistakes ever.

My email is such a cluster of noise. The only time i actually use it is to find out I have to do my security training or something. All communication is slack now days.

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In-reply-to » yarnd does not do auto discovery via webfinger though.. i cant put @username and have it fetch the feed url from webfinger. to fully make feeds portable. would also need to be able to use that for hashing.

well @username@username rather…

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