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me: working from home gives me the opportunity to focus on tasks free from the the distractions of a noisy office!

brain:

TROUT

TROUT

LET IT ALL OUT

THESE ARE THE FISH I CAN DO WITHOUT

SALMON

I’M TALKING TO YOU

SALMON

me: cool never mind

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shoe labeled foot, sock labeled toe toe toe toe toe

resuming interest in learning how to use lex / yacc properly

@xssfox looks interesting. I did a bunch of low budget balloon tracking stuff ~ 10 years ago, I assume it’s all way better these days

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In case you are unable to tune in I happened to notice that that the Computing Within Limits conference papers computingwithinlimits.org/2021 are available on GitHub at github.com/computingwithinlimi

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the MNT Reform campaign just cracked $400k. thank you for your incredible support everyone ;_;

we are working hard on assembling and shipping these in a team of 3. we completed a bit more than 100 devices so far.

@neauoire yeah fair enough. I suspect that’s the right answer for what I’m doing too. Thanks.

@neauoire I guess a canonical example being something like Graphite or InfluxDB

I am all about the re-upping other peoples posts today

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tfw your bugs aren't pointer arithmetic bugs like you thought, you just keep typing the same incorrect struct path.

#tarotfs on #plan9 is really starting to take shape (after my talk on it obvs)

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My TL is so sparse because keep typing out sassy shit and then deleting it because I don’t see it causing positive discourse so it’s nice to see my sense of altruism is actively preventing me from being open and honest about who I am.

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If you don't start out with a clear space for your work, your work wasn't worth tidying for.

Ritual is far more important than I ever realized.

@xssfox you know how WireGuard is like a relatively short, easily understood implementation that Just Solves the Problem without being a giant enterprise monster, and it’s quite nice to use and simple to troubleshoot and maintain? I want that for sticking my timeseries metrics in.

@neauoire good question. Data like “the temperature of my lounge every minute for the last two years”.

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Minisign, by @jedisct1, is a dead simple tool to sign files and verify signatures; it is portable, lightweight, and uses Ed25519 public key signatures jedisct1.github.io/minisign/

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