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In-reply-to > it's been snowing the last two days. I like it much more then rain.

@movq Yeah, Norway. The weather has turned a bit the last days here. So now it rains and such. But just a bit east from here - there was a massive queue due to snow on the highway, people spent 10 hours in their cars waiting for the traffic to start moving. People left for work, got stuck, then could not start heading home before 5 in the morning.


#wy23n6q
In-reply-to > I finally got to code a bit tonight ( https://github.com/stig-atle/ioscenepbrt/tree/Pbrt-v4-support ) . I'm working on my exporter for blender - that exports the scene to the PBRT render engine file format ( https://github.com/mmp/pbrt-v4/ ). It lets you create scenes in blender, then export them for rendering with PBRT renderer.

I think the same about all the stuff you code on every day, haha.


#tmgft2q

I finally got to code a bit tonight ( https://github.com/stig-atle/io_scene_pbrt/tree/Pbrt-v4-support ) . I’m working on my exporter for blender - that exports the scene to the PBRT render engine file format ( https://github.com/mmp/pbrt-v4/ ).
It lets you create scenes in blender, then export them for rendering with PBRT renderer.

I’ve been working on adding support for the subsurface material type tonight.
Got this far - so not much left before I can push it.


#53r2m7q

I have a nice Thinkpad x200 with libreboot on it, I did a fresh install of the OS on it today, I got debian testing installed, also went for KDE desktop, even though I like LXQT more, or xfce.
Going to give this a good run. The machine is working very well, and super stable. I really like using it.


#vurplhq
In-reply-to > Got a new SDR dongle today, so much fun scanning all radio frequencies looking for conversations or data etc.

I’ve been able to get the radio from the planes above our house, and also was able to hear this signal from Russia:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UVB-76

I’m not in a ideal spot at all, just have the antenna outside my window next to my kitchen, just scanning and testing all kinds of frequencies.


#cxrehcq
In-reply-to > Been spending 2 days in terminal only (including browser) on openbsd , trying to fix so that I can compile a gui based browser on my mipsel machine, took a lot of fiddling around, but now surf browser is compiling. Fingers crossed. I use openbox as desktop.

@adi indeed it is :) very hard to get a hold of one. cost a lot back then too.


#xrvrdfq
In-reply-to > Been spending 2 days in terminal only (including browser) on openbsd , trying to fix so that I can compile a gui based browser on my mipsel machine, took a lot of fiddling around, but now surf browser is compiling. Fingers crossed. I use openbox as desktop.

@adi lemote yeeloong 8089_B. bought it 9 years ago.


#rdsov6q
In-reply-to > Been spending 2 days in terminal only (including browser) on openbsd , trying to fix so that I can compile a gui based browser on my mipsel machine, took a lot of fiddling around, but now surf browser is compiling. Fingers crossed. I use openbox as desktop.

I wanted to fix the machine by using it - including the tools on it. Everything except the base OS is compiled from source on the machine, single core 800mhz, 2gb ram (or 1, i do not remember). I love to spend time on it, getting things to work etc. :)


#h2tyzjq

Been spending 2 days in terminal only (including browser) on openbsd , trying to fix so that I can compile a gui based browser on my mipsel machine, took a lot of fiddling around, but now surf browser is compiling. Fingers crossed. I use openbox as desktop.


#aiqyfuq

Got my twitter archive today, so I’ll start coding the migration tool tomorrow.
I have not decided what I want to make it in yet, c, c++, rust or possibly F#. I’ll make it to my self for the challenge, but Ill put the code out for anyone to use.


#ax5fy6a
In-reply-to > today I want to code on something. Not sure what yet. kinda want to make a tool that can take a twitter arcive and convert it to yarn, including media and such. Might write it in rust, since I've been wanting to get more into that. At work I code in c++, c#, javascript, python and work with QT, so for personal projects its nice to work with something else.

@quark I maintained Yaics for a long time, but I do not do that anymore since I do not run a statusnet / gnusocial server anymore.

https://gitlab.com/stigatle/yaics/

I really like to have desktop clients like this.
goryon mobile client is made with flutter, and If I remember correct you can make desktop apps as well with that, using the same codebase for mobile/desktop would be nice.


#er64rpa

today I want to code on something. Not sure what yet. kinda want to make a tool that can take a twitter arcive and convert it to yarn, including media and such. Might write it in rust, since I’ve been wanting to get more into that. At work I code in c++, c#, javascript, python and work with QT, so for personal projects its nice to work with something else.


#efbtw6q