lyse @lyse.isobeef.org

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Recent twts from lyse

In-reply-to > Quite a few more of these mushrooms sprung up today 😁

@prologic Wow, they take over your property quickly. I’d say you can eat them at least once. No, please don’t try unless you know for certain. I have no idea, I just know that it might end very badly.


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In-reply-to > The next brick set can come! I made some shallow sort trays out of old cardboard. Upcycling!

Proved to be perfect. Even the two big boxes – which I initally thought are too large – turned out to be just big enough. I built this 467 pieces 40 feet container wagon in about three quarters of an hour. As you can see by the overhanging ends, I desperately need to build a real display shelf for all the models.


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In-reply-to > Hmmm. I’m noticing a dark blue flash on all the text when navigating on iOS. Is anybody else able to see that with their version?

@ullarah I’ve seen that the other day on @fastidious’s installation, too. But now can’t reproduce anymore. My assumption was that it comes from overriding colors in CSS when other rules are applied later on from his custom theme. But I haven’t investigated at all. I don’t even know, how themes work these days, need to read up on that now. Not helpful, I know. :-(


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In-reply-to > this little guy got a bit wet in all the rain this week!

@kt84 Cool! And also a really interesting name: “They get their name from their habit of impaling captured prey on a thorn, tree fork, or crevice. This ‘larder’ is used to support the victim while it is being eaten, to store prey for later consumption, or to attract mates.”


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In-reply-to > @ullarah Thanks mate! No need for me to switch the process of listening to music, though. Not sure why I would want to use my browser for that. In fact I try to do the exact opposite and try to avoid using it, if possible. ;-) I used xmms2 for quite some time back in the days, not sure why I finally ditched that, but that server/client setup might be a good solution to try again. There was a very good variety of clients available, I think I even tried to write my own at one point in time.

@ullarah I’ll keep it in mind. :-)


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In-reply-to > That’s also a funny excercise: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-HpOJXiImqY

@movq I know a bunch of people who are typing like machine-guns. Can’t tell if they strictly follow said system, but I reckon it’s at least super-close. The good thing is, that I need to pause and think what’s coming next, anyways. So it’s not that important, that I type at the speed of light. :-)


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In-reply-to > @movq E.g. Die Prinzen have a few great songs, but also a ton of really boring and even terrible shit (can't be more specific, because I removed most of it). @fastidious @ullarah I want to own my music on my devices and want to be able to listen offline, too. So all this cloud stuff is nothing for me.

@ullarah Thanks mate! No need for me to switch the process of listening to music, though. Not sure why I would want to use my browser for that. In fact I try to do the exact opposite and try to avoid using it, if possible. ;-) I used xmms2 for quite some time back in the days, not sure why I finally ditched that, but that server/client setup might be a good solution to try again. There was a very good variety of clients available, I think I even tried to write my own at one point in time.


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In-reply-to > Finally added validation to discovered peers! The list of now-VERIFIED, discovered peers, with at least one valid message is now at 703 (out of the 1449 unverified - a lot of garbage mentions are out there). https://xandkar.net/twtxt/peers.txt

@xandkar Manually fixing the first lines and running this (could be probably done much simpler) I get 102 to subtract from your number: awk '{print $2}' peers.txt | sort | uniq -cd | awk '{print $1 -1}' | paste -sd+ | bc So this would result in 601 feeds. @prologic, you could just check, which of the feeds from the peers.txt are indexed and which not.


#m6pudoq
In-reply-to > Let me teach you a local specialty, my friends. This is the Swabian Brezel. In contrast to the Bavarian Brezn the Swabian version has thin, crispy arms and a fatter belly with a split. On the other hand, the Bavarian lye pastry uses just one thickness for both the arms and belly. Obviously, as you can easily see, the Swabian Brezel is much better, no doubt about that. Right? Right! Milk, cacao or coffee accompany this yummy meal. As seen here, butter is a popular filling. Works also perfectly with jam or honey.

@prologic It was. ;-)


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In-reply-to > Finally added validation to discovered peers! The list of now-VERIFIED, discovered peers, with at least one valid message is now at 703 (out of the 1449 unverified - a lot of garbage mentions are out there). https://xandkar.net/twtxt/peers.txt

@xandkar Cool! Your list contains several duplicates, though: awk '{print $2}' peers.txt | sort | uniq -cd Garbage mentions grow over time automatically, because people might leave and then we have dead mentions. So that’s kind of expected.


#5ueaksq
In-reply-to > My old Rayleigh Wayfarer, which I traded in a few years ago for almost twice what I paid for it(!). A good steed.

@jlj Yes, lights are critical. I’m using a bright battery operated headlight, but in winter at low temperatures, it makes it just to the destination and back. I should really look into hub dynamos and fixed lights. The taillight is no problem, though. I’m very surprised that it still runs on the same batteries for many, many years. — Oh yeah, 150 meters are no joke!


#7usu5iq
In-reply-to > Hiphip hurray, we got the first snow of the season this morning! It didn't last for long but the roofs and greenery had white blankets for a while. In the afternoon we went up our mountain and were welcomed by a snowman somebody put up there. There are eleven more photos from this trip.

@prologic Yes, the tiny snowman is very cute. :-) My mate and I also smiled broadly when seeing the other map plaque where someone wrote “RECHBERG” (the other mountain at the horizon) in the snow.


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Let me teach you a local specialty, my friends. This is the Swabian Brezel. In contrast to the Bavarian Brezn the Swabian version has thin, crispy arms and a fatter belly with a split. On the other hand, the Bavarian lye pastry uses just one thickness for both the arms and belly. Obviously, as you can easily see, the Swabian Brezel is much better, no doubt about that. Right? Right! Milk, cacao or coffee accompany this yummy meal. As seen here, butter is a popular filling. Works also perfectly with jam or honey.


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In-reply-to > @lyse Aaahhh, ooohh, I see. 😁 „Es ist alles in der Cloud! Eeeoo, eeeoo …“

@movq Die könnteste vielleicht auch schon mal gehört haben: Millionär, Mann im Mond, Alles mit’m Mund, Heute ha-ha-habe ich Geburtstag, Deutschland, Mama. Das sind aber natürlich auch keine mordsmäßigen Knaller. Und über den Text darf man glaub auch nicht so arg nachdenken. :-D


#wnsgdjq
In-reply-to > That’s also a funny excercise: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-HpOJXiImqY

@movq Exactly. Nowadays I would of course love to be able to play the guitar (I could just start, I know, I know, but there are so many other things to do, too). I feel ashamed to admit that most of the time I don’t use them for typing, just sometimes. The pinky definitely types more than the ring finger, that’s for sure. Or at least I think so, actually can’t really tell now. I’m using a custom typing system. Never learned the ten finger system. :-(


#y4d4dza
In-reply-to > Hiphip hurray, we got the first snow of the season this morning! It didn't last for long but the roofs and greenery had white blankets for a while. In the afternoon we went up our mountain and were welcomed by a snowman somebody put up there. There are eleven more photos from this trip.

@movq Ta! Yes, I’d call that violet, too. Haha, the statue is a bit weird, indeed. But having seen her so often on the bench, I’m now used to her.


#x7ntsaa
In-reply-to > Go does not need a Java-style GC Modern languages such as Go, Julia and Rust don’t need complex garbage collectors like the ones use by Java C#. But why? To explain why, we need to get into how garbage collectors work and how different languages allocate memory in different ways. However, we will start by looking at why Java in particular needs such a complex garbage collector. Good info on how Go deals with memory versus how Java, mainly, handles memory. The most interesting start of a rabbit ... ⌘ Read more

@prologic This article is really good, I learned quite a few things I wasn’t aware of! Highly recommended. It took me quite a bit to understand the arena allocator code, though. — What the fuck just happend? Suddenly the page reloaded by itself (I didn’t touch my keyboard nor my mouse as I was sitting relaxed in my chair reading) and showed me an HTTP 500. Thank you Medium, you fuckheads! I have a reason usually not visiting this site. — Now continue reading.


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In-reply-to > That’s also a funny excercise: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-HpOJXiImqY

@movq I don’t. Anymore. I “played” guitar for a few years until 7th grade. But I really sucked (probably because I didn’t like practicing). I meant more generally, the two small fingers are not really trained to do useful things on their own.


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In-reply-to > Currently going through all my music collection after quite some time again. Oh man, what crap had accumulated there? Issuing rm commands…

@movq E.g. Die Prinzen have a few great songs, but also a ton of really boring and even terrible shit (can’t be more specific, because I removed most of it). @fastidious @ullarah I want to own my music on my devices and want to be able to listen offline, too. So all this cloud stuff is nothing for me.


#wtiqiwa
In-reply-to > My old Rayleigh Wayfarer, which I traded in a few years ago for almost twice what I paid for it(!). A good steed.

@jlj I tried e-bikes once and they’re something different, you don’t feel inclines or even big hills. Not the tiniest bit. I just like the bicycles with convential human power. But if you can replace a car with an e-bike, that’s a good thing.


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