@firstname.lastname@example.org @email@example.com Ta. Interesting, I didn’t know that name, never heard of it. It even didn’t occur to me that this is not a Stadttaube (feral pigeon) but some other species. Stadttauben are the prototype pidgeons I know.
@firstname.lastname@example.org Uh, the nostalgia. 😅 That is an actual PowerPC machine, not an emulated system, right?
A nice puzzle game for fans of Poker Texas ♣ ♥ ♠ ♦
@email@example.com Where are you? Washington State, USA? ❄
@firstname.lastname@example.org Glad to hear that. 😊
@email@example.com I think the webclient on my phone “cookie jar’ed” that mention. We need to find a way to clear the postbox so prefilled text is not carries over from difference view. Right now it seem to just store whatever. @firstname.lastname@example.org or others, do you have any idea how to fix this?
The 4channing of Twitter continues…
@email@example.com Your reply used a completely wrong mention. 🤔 What happened here? 😅
@firstname.lastname@example.org If pine / alpine can work with Maildir, you might be able to use that instead of mutt. 🤔 Anyway, welcome again. 🙂
@email@example.com Probably not. Clients will probably not pick up your change, I guess.
Another snowy late November day and it looks like we’re going to be getting at least a little snowfall almost every day this week. Don’t think there’s any danger of not having a white Christmas this year.
Got drying machines after all. Oh, the noise. 😮💨
@firstname.lastname@example.org Curious, I see Türkentauben (eurasian collared dove) all over the place now. 🤔 The ones I saw at my place made the stranges sounds, not like pigeons at all. Didn’t get a chance to record it, though.
Last week was a quite succesfull one: I survived up to and past my 39th birthday, built and configured Jenny+mutt, updated Intex Aqua Fish all the way from Sailfish OS 2.0 to 4.4, and installed Windows NT 4.0 Workstation on a PowerPC machine. http://screenshots.i-logout.cz/Bull_Estrella_WinNT_4-2022_11_26.png
@email@example.com i guess not, since the hash is calculated from the content of the post
Question for the more experienced: Is it safe to manually retroactivelly enter the topic hashes to my first twtxt posts? So that replies would group with the posts?
I just stalked in the neighborhood.
Finally managed to configure Jenny and the mutt integration, so probably this would be my true start to twtxt. I’m still fighting the mutt a bit though as I always was more of a pine person.
@firstname.lastname@example.org Then kill it with fire. ;-)
github.com/vcraescu/go-paginator pulls in several databases such as
github.com/denisenkom/go-mssqldb and a few other things. Admittedly, only in its tests, but still. Probably still worth looking for a replacement or doing it completely on our own, depending on what is actually needed. Also, I just noticed that this blackfriday markdown library is included in both v1 and v2. I’m sure there are other libraries with the same issue. Gotta do some spring cleaning.
@email@example.com I don’t think so?
@firstname.lastname@example.org This graph shows all transitive dependencies, but also includes test-only libraries, that don’t make it into the actual productive binary. Dependency removal is always a very good thing. Btw, is anybody using this selenium crap in the tests directory? That’s a low hanging fruit I believe (doesn’t prune whole a lot, though). Awesome, I didn’t know about the
why sub command, thanks! At work I wrote a script to filter the
go mod graph output in order to find the path(s) how a certain package is pulled in.
Oh this is interesting…
$ go mod why -m github.com/golang/protobuf # github.com/golang/protobuf git.mills.io/yarnsocial/yarn/internal git.mills.io/prologic/observe github.com/prometheus/client_golang/prometheus github.com/golang/protobuf/proto
I don’t get it 😢
$ go mod why github.com/golang/protobuf # github.com/golang/protobuf (main module does not need package github.com/golang/protobuf)
@email@example.com What is
go mod graph really showing? 🤔
@firstname.lastname@example.org What the actual fuck?! 😅 Man I’d better go through and do some “dependency cleanup” 🤦♂️ How da fuq is protobuf being pulled in again?! 🤔
@email@example.com With yarnd being one of the exceptions:
go mod graph | wc -l results in 3540. :-D
go mod graph | gomodot | dot -Tpng -o graph.png gives this piece of art:
Watch out, the large version is 42.6 MiB in size! https://lyse.isobeef.org/tmp/yarnd-dependency-graph.png
@firstname.lastname@example.org Damn! :‘-D Hahahahaha, this is fucking brilliant! :’-D
If you’re ever working with gRPC and Protobuf, this tool bufbuild/buf: A new way of working with Protocol Buffers. is a great/better way to handle the compilation of your
*.proto to Server/Client sources – Buf | Home also defines a package register and documentation of API(s) defined using Protobuf (which is kind of nice) 👌 #gRPC #Protobuf
Also you’re missing the
type = bot from your feed. 😋
@email@example.com This is correct. The only way to update a dependency is to
go get -u ... that particular dependency.
ahh this is useful https://go.dev/doc/modules/managing-dependencies. the go culture doesn’t typically have large dependency graphs like Ruby or JS.
go get and
go mod tidy wont fetch new changes. that’s all a manual affair AFAIK
Set up the outside Christmas lights this afternoon. We won’t start turning them on for another week or so, but temperatures are supposed to drop a lot in the next week so better to get it done now.
Oh boy, that’s a hell of a beautiful wood! Slabbing Iowa’s largest cherry tree: https://youtu.be/xNqZyLGLgKM
This was a phantastic game. I wish you could play it a second time. (I remember pretty much every detail, so …)
@firstname.lastname@example.org yes that I how I think it should work too here on the web app
@email@example.com Ta. :-) It’s definitely a hundred times easier to take some pleasant photos with sunshine, that’s for sure.
(...)trick I'd take a look on how it works
@firstname.lastname@example.org A boar, oh dear. 😳 Sunny weather makes for much more appealing photos, if you ask me. 😅
@email@example.com Haha, yeah, regardless of where they come from, best to always avoid leaks. :-)
Lucky you! Once these birds fly away, they’re usually gone and I’m never be able to see them again that day.
(...)trick I'd take a look on how it works
@firstname.lastname@example.org I didn’t find any info on that convention, do you have a link?
@email@example.com yeah, I like that ORM a lot