French developer trying to learn something new every day ~ 26 years old in France
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I think this is not bad luck but a lot of read / write operations (SD cards have a limit). With Nextcloud, Wordpress, Joomla, ... and a mail server, that was not the best option
I really can't stress enough how much valuable information this article contains!
I can't recommend enough to read all of his articles and to follow him on Twitter, he explains very well all the things he do/tinker/debug !
Damned ! Don't use a SD card for a Raspberry Pi especially to build a server, mine break up after 1 year and a half. I'm probably the only one to ignore that :-) Shame on me.
my Raspberry Pi 2 is running my RSS reader (miniflux) from 2019-09-18 without any problem (and some other apps before that) dooes I have good luck or did you have bad luck ?
A bit late but happy new year to everyone!
It's going to be about coffee! But not really about roasting (although I'm doing that by myself as well from time to time). This is about
you hooked me ! I tried to learn more about coffee, since I quite enjoy it but I know the one I'm buying (some Senseo tissue capsule), it's not the worth, but I could be able to get better taste by upgrading my brewing and/or my coffee, but I did not found yet enough information to start
It's going to happen. I just registered the remote roast club! Stay tuned.
I realize it's been an eternity since I've posted here. I hope you are all doing well!
currently refreshing my website and resume, I'm looking for some fresh air (:
I submitted an update to the Play Store: (1.0.3). Dark mode will work on Android 10 and up.
Replaced Fira Sans (311 KB) with Route 159 (55 KB). Even if it's not the perfect typeface, I'll keep looking for lightweight replacements.
Could it be possible to have some dark theme with the Android app ? Or a theme toggle somewhere ? Thank you very much for having developped Su reply (:
Cruising is so zen. I got an electric longboard this week and have been exploring my town at night. Seeing areas I usually have no reason to explore, feeling the wind buffeting my jacket.. I think I might have gotten addicted to it. Your post just reminded me that I haven't been using my mp3 player so now I'm off to make a cruising playlist for tonight!
Really happy to have "inspired" you ! I saw some footage of those electric board and looks so nice !
How I wish all my communications could be funneled into just one channel: e-mail, chats on different media, even phone calls, etc. All registered in just one app so it stays coherent and I don't have to browse 7 apps when I'm looking for something. It's far more of a legal problem than a technical one, and it's a *shame*.
What if people around us use the same communication channel ? I mean if I setup a Mattermost instance and I convince my friends and family to use it (separated by example by differents teams) all communication (text, audio and video) can happen in the same place !
Great to hear! May I ask why BTRFS and not just simply Ext4 + LVM?
I think BTRFS has compression on top of your suggestion, but I wanted to try ! I saw it was adopted by Fedora Workstation 33, I thouht it was ready for a daily usage (:
I actually tried it but it didn't stick, i use vim as my main editor, i don't see the point of using VSCode just for Foam. I am really liking logseq so far! Being a webapp helps a lot, i don't have to wait forever to get mobile support, it just works everywhere!
the project looks promising ! I'll watch the support for other backends than git repos (:
I've been really considering switching to RoamResearch lately but was worried for my data and then i discovered, a promising local-first alternative that is actually pretty decent and looks very promising.
Maybe you'll be interested about Foam for VSCode (marketplace.visual...) for a more local alternative to Roam (:
I'm already in a healthy, stable relationship with maim. How dare you tempt me.
look at all those tools ! blur, little incrementing numbers in circles, arrows, rectangles !
Thanks for the update!! I'm going to by a Pi sometime this month to start testing my projects. :) Thank you so much.