✨ 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 ✨ blog post:

"Docker Apache Proxy Setup"

A type-of guide post about how I setup software using Docker and an Apache Proxy, with Auto-SSL for each service.


kevin :blobdizzy: :antifa: boosted

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

🔁 welcome

It looks like you can use Goreleaser to release 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.

Been using it in the past to release my binaries into a custom tap


Yesterday I got my first Exotic ship in ! 🚀

Now gotta fine a name for it. :blobthinking:

kevin :blobdizzy: :antifa: boosted

@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 gist.github.com/kevingimbel/fb

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 ( 👉 bullgit.party/@kevin/103916518)

Thanks to everyone, I've learned a ton of stuff from all the responses. :blobheartcat:

@cosine I'm fairly new to rust and I keep learning new awesome stuff!

Will check them out next time I need it. :)

Getting off Google services took me 2.5 years so far and I'm still not done.

Main google things are Android (with Google Pixel) and Google Wifi which I cannot replace because I don't have money to buy new hardware.

Google is so big it's extremely hard to avoid it, even more so for non-techy people.

@zatnosk thanks! Others recommended this, too. I didn't know about .or() before! :)

@cosine haven't seen this!

Using .or looks a lot cleaner and is easier to understand!

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