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In-reply-to > I experimented with photographing the moon again. And of course it profoundly went wrong, what did you think?

@lyse@lyse.isobeef.org I don’t think it went wrong. That’s the best you can get if you can’t change the exposure time. 😅

(And if you can change it, you’ll see nothing but the moon, no clouds anymore. Boom, you have to go for HDR. It’s really not that easy to take pictures of this little rock floating through space.)


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In-reply-to > Netflix Tells Employees Ads May Come by the End of 2022 Netflix could introduce its lower-priced ad-supported tier by the end of the year, a more accelerated timeline than originally indicated, the company told employees in a recent note. From a report: In the note, Netflix executives said that they were aiming to introduce the ad tier in the final three months of the year, according to two people who shared details of the ... ⌘ Read more

@prologic@twtxt.net God dammit 🤣


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In-reply-to > Driving to the office feels absolutely bizarre now. This car traffic … everyone acts like it’s a race track. Sheer egoism, everywhere you look: “I won’t let YOU pass, who do you think you are?!” It’s probably always been like that, I’ve just grown blind to it over time. 😳

@lyse@lyse.isobeef.org It’d take a bit over an hour, they say. So they’re assuming a speed around 16kph – is that realistic?! 😅

Right, going with a bike on a highway isn’t going to be fun if things stay as they are now. But imagine the number of cars reduced to 10% and they’re only allowed to go ~30kph or maybe 50kph … Yeah, it’s never going to happen, I know. 😑


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In-reply-to > Driving to the office feels absolutely bizarre now. This car traffic … everyone acts like it’s a race track. Sheer egoism, everywhere you look: “I won’t let YOU pass, who do you think you are?!” It’s probably always been like that, I’ve just grown blind to it over time. 😳

@lyse@lyse.isobeef.org Whoops, I forgot about that reply. But now that you’ve mentioned bikes in the other thread, I remembered … 😅

This is the height profile that Google has calculated: Looks exhausting, if you ask me. I never tried, though, I don’t even own a bike at the moment.

Fun fact: It’s 21km if you’re going by bike. Everything is optimized towards cars. I wish they would just dedicate one lane on the highway for bikes and the other lane has a limit of 30kph. Or something like that. 😐

And then, when I arrive at the office, I’d have no idea where to put my bike. If it’s just me, I’d find a spot, sure – but what if everyone does it? Turns out, it’s a bit of an unsolved problem. (But hey, if we wanted to do this, if we wanted to get people to use bikes, we’d find a solution. Even those underground parking garages in the video sound like a dream to me.)


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In-reply-to > On Saturday it was sunny and so we went on a short 19 km tandem ride in my area. The bike was designed in the hillless Netherlands, so that's presumably why in areas like mine the battery is flattened in no time. They claim a maximum range of 40 km in the flat. We only engaged the motor on the way up to save on juice.

@lyse@lyse.isobeef.org I’ve never seen a bike like that. 😲 Actual chairs instead of those tiny saddles – is that as comfortable as I think it is? 😅


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In-reply-to > Hey @prologic, https://dev.twtxt.net/doc/archivefeedsextension.html allows only for a prev filename but not a full URL. Is there any reason why? Even for non-self-hosters, being able to point to a new domain would be good for interoperability, right?

@marado@twtxt.net I’m not 100% sure yet if I understand the use case correctly. 🤔 Is this for setups where you can’t install redirects on the HTTP level? (Or maybe I’m just too dumb and the other guys understand it. 😅)


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In-reply-to > Hey @prologic, https://dev.twtxt.net/doc/archivefeedsextension.html allows only for a prev filename but not a full URL. Is there any reason why? Even for non-self-hosters, being able to point to a new domain would be good for interoperability, right?

@marado@twtxt.net So the point is: When you move from one pod to another, you start afresh on that new pod? You don’t take your current feed and the archived feeds with you?

Example:

  • 2022-01-01: Starts twting on foopod.example.com
  • 2022-02-01: Moves to barpod.example.com, puts prev = $hash foopod.example.com/twtxt-old-$hash.txt in header of new feed at barpod; actual feed at barpod.example.com starts empty

Is that it? 🤔

(If yes, then this raises another question for me: What if I want to move from one pod to another and want to keep my entire feed? That’s would I, personally, would want. Like, when I open an account on a Yarn pod, there could be an “import this twtxt file” feature – dunno if that’s already possible.)


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Well, that was a horrible day at work (on this lovely Saturday). Rack too small, room too small, shitty cable management, can’t even access the back of the rack, lots of swearing, took way longer than expected, … 😮‍💨


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In-reply-to > Hey @prologic, https://dev.twtxt.net/doc/archivefeedsextension.html allows only for a prev filename but not a full URL. Is there any reason why? Even for non-self-hosters, being able to point to a new domain would be good for interoperability, right?

@prologic@twtxt.net @marado@twtxt.net IIRC, this was done deliberately: The fragment in feed_prev is relative to the feed you’re currently fetching. Think multi-protocol feeds here.

Could you elaborate what you’re trying to do? 🤔


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In-reply-to > Driving to the office feels absolutely bizarre now. This car traffic … everyone acts like it’s a race track. Sheer egoism, everywhere you look: “I won’t let YOU pass, who do you think you are?!” It’s probably always been like that, I’ve just grown blind to it over time. 😳

@lyse@lyse.isobeef.org Errr, yes, it’s a “no”, not a “now”. I mean, it’s still flextime, so I’m going a little slower this week or next week. So at least there’s that.

Your situation sounds “lovely”. It’s very similar here when using public transportation (1:00-1:30 hours for one way). The sad thing is, using a car really is a lot faster here: Best case is 20 minutes. And it’s usually realistic to actually complete that trip in 20 minutes if you avoid the rush hours – which I can, see “flexibility” above. (Well, unless thing’s don’t go my way and I miss the golden window. 😅) Best case with public transportation is still roughly 1 hour. The reason is simple: It’s just 16km, but the bus does not use the highway but crawls through the inner city.

Commuting just sucks. 🤣

(Also, lol @ “even bummeliger Bahn” 😂)


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In-reply-to > The weather forecast… The whole day is supposed to rain and thunderstorm. Nothing. Now I just wanted to get out my bike and it's starting raining cats and dogs. Luckily, I got out the chain grease, so when I was about to move out my bike, it started. So I aborted my mission. Now rain like no tomorrow and even decent hail.

@lyse@lyse.isobeef.org Hail? All the car owners: 😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱


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