✨ NEW ✨ blog post:
DIY face masks
Some of the masks I made and links to a video where you can learn how to make one - can be sewn by hand, no machine required!
✨New ✨ photography post: "Isolation"
I'm looking for first hand experience on photo organizing, best practices, software setup
what I'm trying to do
- organize 100+ GiB photos
- tag them
- have a nice way to back them up
- it's a plus if albums are easy to share through web, in that case it should serve lower resolution versions
- if it could deal with different versions of the same photo that'd be great (handling of RAW+JPEG)
- you know, the usual deal
It looks like you can use Goreleaser to release #Rust code!
Goreleaser is an amazing tool for automating releases but sadly it is tightly coupled to Go and not as generic as it could be.
Yesterday I got my first Exotic ship in #NoMansSky! 🚀
Now gotta fine a name for it.
@rysiek I've had the same issue. In the end I settled on a Hisense TV and just never connected it to any network.
So far it's working good, but I wish it was just not a smart device. 🤷♀️
@fin_ger thanks! I guess now is as good as any time to get into async rust. Other crates I found also use Tokio for async so ... guess I can't push learning async any further :D
@dnaka91 yes even when I use a public repo or api.github.com I get a 403. It's super weird.
I'll check the other libraries!
@musicmatze I only need to get the latest release of a private repo and I don't want to add another dependency if it can be avoided
I'm unable to access the GitHub API from Rust using the code here https://gist.github.com/kevingimbel/fbcdfbf8195594a157d7bcee3317d287
Anyone got any idea? I always get a 403 error back, but the same request with `curl` works just fine.
It's driving me mad!
I love that I got so many responses to my post about Rust match syntax ( 👉 https://bullgit.party/@kevin/103916518306017536)
Thanks to everyone, I've learned a ton of stuff from all the responses.
@cosine I'm fairly new to rust and I keep learning new awesome stuff!
Will check them out next time I need it. :)
@zatnosk thanks! Others recommended this, too. I didn't know about .or() before! :)
@veer66 Ahh sorry. I don't think that works, but you can use other Rust functionality as suggested here (https://anticapitalist.party/@cosine/103920981794748495) and here (https://mastodon.technology/@musicmatze/103916654270164906)
@cosine haven't seen this!
Using .or looks a lot cleaner and is easier to understand!
Somehow ended up in tech, currently doing DevOps & cloud stuff on AWS professionally.
bullgit.party is a instance for everyone who is part of bullgit. 🎉