@email@example.com sorry we haven’t made a new release in a while. Hopefully soon. 🤞
@firstname.lastname@example.org that’s the only thing I can think of – which we do on the backend anyway for our server-side-rendered web app (SSR)
@email@example.com is that like some sort of pagination?
I’ve been fucking up my way to get Pleroma working on this server
I really don’t understand why I’m getting such a hard time from y’all over my choice of database(s) and data storage/retrieval solutions in general 😢 Why? 🤔
@firstname.lastname@example.org Hey hey! 👋 INce to see you again and good to know you’re doing okay 👌 – We should maybe catch-up for a beer or something since we’re now geographically close to one another 🙏
👋 Sheesh! I’ve been gone for a good while. Lots of stuff going on between work, new sleep schedule for the kiddo and other personal things. How’s everyone going over here?
@email@example.com I guess unusual garbage in places, where one wouldn’t expect it, is a problem everywhere. Still find it hard to understand, as even if you don’t care about nature and animals living there, in any way, it still takes a lot of effort, to bring the furniture, car parts and heaps of other junk there.
I also doubt the average perso doing this, is carrying washing machines into forests by hand and when you’re already driving around with it, it’s probably simpler, to just dispose of it legally. In many cases it might also be closer, or get you a bit of money, for the scrap metal.
@firstname.lastname@example.org No problem. The dataset the site searches, is only comprised of images, with very detailed text descriptions attached to them, as that’s something all images used for AI training need. Therefore I think this site works more based on those descriptions, than it does recognizing the text on the images themselves. 🤔
@email@example.com boo, boo, boooooo! :-D :-P
However, there is another way that we talked on IRC last night…
Which again leads to searching and indexing the archive 😆
Not gonna happen 😆 But thanks for trying 🤗
@firstname.lastname@example.org Yes yes they are 😆
@email@example.com Ah, ta. Just had a look at some high resolution photos of those timbers. How gorgeous. I suddenly feel like building something in the woodshop.
@firstname.lastname@example.org That sounds much more reasonable.
@email@example.com You did very good! Crazy how much you gathered in such a small amount of time. It’s sad to see how people are just disposing of their rubbish like that. @firstname.lastname@example.org Not at all. Unfortunately, that sounds familiar. You won’t believe what we dig up each year with the scouts at world cleanup day or our own forest cleaning event.
@email@example.com Thank you very much! :-) Only blue sky and more sun would have made for even nicer scenery. But I don’t want to complain at all.
Holy shit Goroutines are awesome
@firstname.lastname@example.org lovely trek, and a long one indeed! Quite a bit to see on those photos. You got goats fighting, a picture perfect in the middle of nowhere (frame and all), a church, seemingly vast parches of land, snow, ice, a castle, a village, greenery, etc., etc., etc. Wow, it fees as if you walked through different seasons too! Well done, mate, well done.
Yesterdays hike was something around 22-25 kilometers in five and a half hours dead on. I encountered some very steep and slippery sections. It was exhausting but great fun, though. Sorry about the number of photos.
Lyse, that is the camera quality, the timber is hardwood Eucalyptus, either Yellow StringyBark, or IronBark, both very long enduring timbers commonly used in steps.