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If you're doing any "fun" weekend projects for personal ops, and would like to share with the masses, is a great hashtag to follow and toot under.

Be as descriptive or vague as you like, who knows maybe you'll inspire someone else to explore the wild and wooly world of libreops - operations in the open.


- building a SBC powered home appliance
- Drudgery work like syncing backups
- Patching systems (you are patching them, aren't you?)
- poking a remote unit thats gone AWOL

Bolero is probably the best soundtrack for moving to have on loop

Want to save $$ on a replicated database without the server? Use Litestream to offload to storage and recover with point in time snapshots. SQLite has never looked more attractive in more places imho.

I haven't used this, but I'm highly interested in hearing from anyone who has/does.

Pachinko has stuck this earworm in my head and I cannot get rid of it.

The Grass Roots - Let's Live for Today

Taking a different approach to this week. Pulling up some breakbeat

Frenic continues to delight me 7 years later. This album has all the trappings of a classic. Samples from various sources masterfully blended with a beat salad that will leave you hungry for more

It's been a bit since I've had to be actually on-call for something. I take the responsibility seriously... but smdh when I'm standing in the hardware store this weekend and PagerDuty goes off with their barbershop quartet "The servers on fireeee"

Not only is this probably the first time in nearly 6 years that I've had my phone off mute, but it went off in public

What time to be alive

So many metalheads, sharing what makes them rise and grind each day

Keep on doin what your doin my fellow headbangers. :chucksays:

@ieure I was sent this from @selea yesterday. But it's worthy of a retoot on your Bandcamp Friday list

In non FF related thoughts:

Making a 3d printer enclosure out of wood is probably not my first choice. The potential of this turning into a fire hazard with my Tevo is pretty high.

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As an example, I'm hacking on some project work for $daygig and have this video up of Alexander Chappel building a 3d printer enclosure... so I'm probably really daydreaming about what I want to do for the fab lab in the new house.

But the PiP video mode is keeping me on task by not having to dedicate so much real-estate to the video :)

All while not really touching resources.

Great work team 👏

Not to mention it seems really resource light. Running around 20 tabs and its barely dented my system ram/process depending on which tab is active.

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Yoo, the picture in picture mode of FF 100 is pretty great.

LOL, so HW Raid is a thing again, but with ZFS - and will likely get you fired 😂

@cwebber they really nailed the whole "reddit" vibe here w/ these response generators.

Two helpful 1 obviously rail-roady response.

“if your new software no longer runs on old hardware, it is worse than the old software.”

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