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lyse
Reply to #3rqaogq
Thanks, @movq! What?! I'm heading straight to Wikipedia…
1 day ago
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lyse
Reply to #f57rmoq
@movq That's what I figured, since `ncdu` shows it at the bottom. ;-) But it's actually pretty smart, to be honest. More space for precious content. And the title bar exists anyway, so why not make use of it with something helpful? Also, with entries being in descending order, it's actually natural to show the sum as the even higher number above the largest entry and not at the bottom in another status line widget. 8-)
1 day ago
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lyse
Reply to #jmbfhca
Welcome @aelaraji!

What the heck is going on with the encoding here?! The feed's `Content-Type` header does not include any charset, but I'm still relying on the official twtxt client to fetch and parse feeds. Haven't noticed this with any other feeds. Where in the chain is this messed up? :-? Seems like the "space" is the Unicode line separator U+2028, that we use for newlines.

Maybe WTF-8 encoding!?
1 day ago
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lyse
We have great April weather over here. Yesterday sun, rain, sun, rain, sun, hail, sun, hail, sun, rain, etc. It didn't hail today, but sun alternatd with rain a bunch of times. Went out this evening and boy, what an absolutely gorgeous scenery!

View from the edge of the forest into the lovely lit distance

https://lyse.isobeef.org/waldspaziergang-2024-04-18/
1 day ago
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lyse
Reply to #f57rmoq
@movq Oh nice, it even shows the sum in the title bar.
1 day ago
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lyse
Reply to #5bhvfma
@prologic I'm glad that this stats view is actually useful. :-)
3 days ago
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lyse
Reply to #75dry2q
I got an e-mail today about my Linux notebook reaching end of support, yada yada yada. It mentioned that with the new stuff Okular will be able to sign PDFs. Never ever had to use that, but maybe some Linux user finds this information useful.
3 days ago
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lyse
Reply to #hsozbnq
@movq I reckon it's now here.
4 days ago
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lyse
Reply to #hsozbnq
@movq We just had a quick heavy rain shower roll past. Didn't notice storm, though. Be safe!
4 days ago
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lyse
Reply to #f57rmoq
@movq Cool, nice progress! :-)
5 days ago
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lyse
Reply to #svmumna
@movq I reckon they mostly ship stuff nowadays. Beware, looks like this website and their marketing is from the last millennium. Their front page is hillarious, so is this company comic: https://tito-international.de/i/comic-of-company (I have no affiliation with them).
5 days ago
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lyse
Reply to #uim2v6a
@movq Definitely better for them, yeah. :-)

Ah, interesting. Ui, that can hold some water. Certainly looks like a water level gauge to me. Maybe a precaution for a hundred-year flood or something like that. Or is there a dam nearby? Could be a facility to reduce damage in case it breaks.
5 days ago
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lyse
I took advantage of the last sunny, but also 25°C hot day and hiked in the woods. It was so much more pleasant in the forest than out in the sun. The wind could have been a long stronger with that heat. I was completely soaked.

At one point I thought I better grab my camera out of my backpack, so whenever something comes up, I'm ready. But I was too lazy and thought, well, I just wait until there is a nice subject and keep going instead. No joke, ten meters further I came across two squirrels. A red and a brown one, sitting on a tree at just one and three meters height two meters away from me. If I only had unpacked my bloody cam a few seconds ago! I just watched them sit on the tree and then tried to slowly strip my backpack and grad the cam. It was still booting up when they decided it was enough sitting around and climbed higher. What a silly move on my end, damn.

I tried to improvise some Lyse Street View, but felt really uncomfortable to photograph other people's houses. Somehow my cam produced sooo many blurred shots on the way up still away from the village, it's unbelievable. I scrapped nearly the entire project. Only very few survived. There were heaps of people on the mountain summit, so I quickly left again.

Flower bed in the village

https://lyse.isobeef.org/waldspaziergang-2024-04-14/

Looking forward to next week's rain and temperature drop to 16°C or even 8°C.
5 days ago
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lyse
Reply to #pq5pgvq
@movq I reckon you have to wait a bit for that to happen or just come by one day. :-)
5 days ago
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lyse
Reply to #6wse6fa
@prologic Oh no, that's so silly.
5 days ago
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lyse
Reply to #svmumna
@movq Even just consumer grade. Wow! I also only rarely print anything and I always got third-party toners, never was disappointed with them. Last year I noticed that we have an ink and toner shop in town and bought there. That actually exist over two decades now, but looks extremely inconspicuous.
5 days ago
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lyse
Reply to #uim2v6a
@movq Oh wow, how cool is that?! :-) Ducks over here are quite shy, unfortunately. In Ludwigsburg on the other hand they are very habituated to humans. I was very surprised to see that when visiting a mate. There were a bunch of them laying on the stairs and I tried to keep my distance to not scare them off. Didn't dare to get closer than maybe five meters or so and was super happy that they stayed. That has always been impossible over here. After we proceeded, some tourists came by and stood a meter next to them or so. That was crazy for me to see. :-)

Yeah, walking next to a highway is torture. I try to avoid it as much as possible.

Nice! The third photo looks like a Kneipp basin. What's that round tunnel? I love those moss-covered rocks, they just look so beautiful.
5 days ago
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lyse
Reply to #6wse6fa
@movq @prologic Yes, standard time forever would be so great!
6 days ago
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lyse
Reply to #svmumna
@movq It can already drive if you as the legal representative sit in the codriver seat!

That's really impressive I have to say.
6 days ago
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lyse
Reply to #uim2v6a
@movq Oh cute! That drake wasn't scared, was he? Yes, please take your good cam next time. :-)

Was that a highway that you were walking next to? The last one shows a really cool scenery. I dig that.
6 days ago
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lyse
Reply to #yqdpxdq
And I just came across this one in my feed: https://benhoyt.com/writings/go-version-performance-2024/ At least from 1.17 onwards size is actually growing again. I didn't measure early enough.
6 days ago
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lyse
Reply to #f57rmoq
@movq @prologic The several megabytes of Go binaries always feel so wrong. Hello world is 1.8 MiB, with `-ldflags '-w'` still 1.3 MiB. Growing with each Go release.
6 days ago
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lyse
Reply to #pq5pgvq
@movq No, at least not that I know of. The closest would be probably the one from the Americans in Stuttgart. No idea whose war machines these were, though.

The mountain is 684 meters above sea level, so this makes for a difference of about 350 meters in 5 kilometers (most direct trip). Plus a little bit up and down here and there, or more, depending on the selected route. But it's not climbing stairs, so it's much more pleasant I'd say. Kudos to you! The last section is the actually steep part. Each brown contour line marks an increase of 10 meters. Sure enough, I'm glad when I finally reach the summit and can pause for a breath. :-)
6 days ago
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lyse
Reply to #lkr7vhq
@movq @prologic I just don't. But this script looks really interesting.
6 days ago
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lyse
Reply to #f57rmoq
@movq 50 kB executable sizes, nice! I can't even recall when I came across one this small. The good old days.
1 week ago
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lyse
Hmm, three war helicopters clattered past today. It was (and still is) very sunny and there's just a little wind. The 21°C sun on the back felt pleasant. In the forest we encountered two dead mice on the paths, they might have been dropped by birds. https://lyse.isobeef.org/waldspaziergang-2024-04-12/

Canola fields
1 week ago
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lyse
Just a few minutes into my walk I saw a raven chopping up a slow worm in three parts. :-( I rescued the reptile as best as what you can call rescue in that state. Crazy how the the tail and middle part kept on twisting hard for minutes. I didn't see where the raven went hiding, so I can only hope it did not reattack after the slow worm went its way and I left the scene.

The small forest pond was covered in pollen, looked like a liming truck went by. And the other one with the duck was really oily. Way more than last time. Didn't look healthy at all. :-(

Dandelion
1 week ago
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lyse
This is soooo cool! Matthias on some solar panning camera build and eclipse shenanigans, highly recommended: https://youtu.be/YLDaM0FcXC4
1 week ago
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lyse
Reply to #42f2w6q
@movq Being lazy is what I did today. :-)

That's a bitter, but true résumé. I'm pretty sure that I first heard of the Saharan air layer only a few years ago. I would be very surprised if my knowledge is more than a decade old. This could have been a big enough topic to be covered in geography lessons, but it doesn't ring a bell. Just like with everything, there is always something "new" to learn.
1 week ago
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lyse
Reply to #pgadjga
@movq I did! :-)
1 week ago
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lyse
Reply to #pgadjga
@movq I didn't see *that* reply in your feed. :-)
1 week ago
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lyse
Reply to #42f2w6q
@movq You're right, that was silly. But what do you gonna do? I could have picked bike, well.

At least it's been a thing since July 1997. :-D I wouldn't be surprised if this goes on for thousands of years. The German Wikipedia article on that matter doesn't explicitly say anything about the time scale, but reading it my assertion corroborates. There is a recorded event in the year 1901.
1 week ago
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lyse
Reply to #gf6vhqa
Oh boy, that was fricking hot. I hiked to the dairy farm to get some fresh milk for waffles and was totally soaked when I returned.

Fortunately, the Saharan air layer reduced the direct sunlight. A slightly older man and I talked a bit how weird the sky looked and he asked me whether that has always been like that. He didn't recall experiencing anything like that in his youth. I really don't know, but I reckon that this is not a new phenomenon. I also don't recall seeing that when I was a child, however, I was also not interested in stuff like that back then. Hence, it could be selection bias. But it also might be more frequent with climate change. 02 shows the yellow, hazy sky quite good if I say so myself. It doesn't compare to last week or whenever that was, though. Last time was much more intense.

Baking waffles in the later evening on the balcony was nice. Temperatures dropped to just 24°C or so. Much more pleasant. The noise level in the neighborhood was also surprisingly low. And no mozzies around, another surprise. Quite the opposite when I was in the forest. Lots of insect clouds that followed me around and tried to bite me.

I witnessed a Eurasian jay land in a tree. On approach it broke off a rotten branch that fell down. The bird luckily selected a different branch to land on. That was crazy.

High stand at the edge of the forest

More pics from the tour: https://lyse.isobeef.org/waldspaziergang-2024-04-08/
1 week ago
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lyse
Reply to #gf6vhqa
@movq But it's supposed to rain tomorrow at max 15°C. :-)
1 week ago
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lyse
Reply to #ek2fwzq
@movq Looks like it. 28°C here, gna.
1 week ago
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lyse
Reply to #cruqava
@prologic Classic move. :-( I think everybody experiences that at least once in their life. Get well!
1 week ago
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lyse
Reply to #4gsvuta
@sorenpeter Thanks mate! :-)
1 week ago
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lyse
I've been out a few hours again. I came across a dozen or so forest mice. I heard tons of squeaking and saw a lighting fast moving seething mass under leaves and groves. It was impossible to capture anything but I could watch it for two, three minutes. They even seemed to come as close as 20 centimeters judging by the rustle and moving plant leaves. Pretty cool.

But heaps of people had to fire up their noise machines today. That clouded my overall joy in nature. Once a commercial airliner was about to fade away in the distance, the next one already adumbrated itself. Lots of prop planes and even a helicopter. Obnoxious loud super cars and motorcycles with broken off mufflers or I don't know what. My felt hat amplifies the sound I noted.

Luckily, the sun hid behind the clouds most of the time, so I survived the 25°C. Even hotter tomorrow, yikes!

https://lyse.isobeef.org/waldspaziergang-2024-04-07/

Forest monster
1 week ago
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lyse
Reply to #zlj6uwq
@movq Thanks mate! I'm glad you like it. :-)

Unfortunately, I think it's just an illusion that it's super quiet over here. Mostly boils down to carefully selected recordings, as I want to share the nice stuff. ;-) In reality, you can also hear man-made noises nearly everwhere. Depending on the wind direction, even in the middle of the forest in the middle of the night you can hear the railroad in the valley in the distance or cars and motorcycles on surrounding streets. There are only very, very few spots where there is only the sound of nature.

I tried to record birds singing numerous times, but even if they're quite loud themselves, there has always been the traffic noise in the background on all tracks, so I scrapped them (I would need a directional microphone). And if there is actually no traffic on the ground, a plane comes by. :-) We're in the air corridor of Stuttgart Airport, planes are still relatively high, so it could be way worse. But recreational smaller planes also like to cruise around in our area. And those propellors stir up the air quite a lot.

However, the snow really does cut down a lot of the (annoying) audio waves, that's for sure, no doubt about that. :-)
1 week ago
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lyse
Reply to #jkkowoq
@movq Yeah, we thought a couple of times that this loader is about to tip over.

Same here, I've seen the needle climb to 27°C. To help cool off, here's some bonus winter footage I edited today: https://lyse.isobeef.org/waldspaziergang-2024-01-20/waldspaziergang-2024-01-20.mp4 (724.1 MiB)
1 week ago
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lyse
Reply to #c7cccca
@movq If I go far enough there are indeed a few paths I haven't been on. ;-)

Yeah, that tractor moved up and down a giant manure heap. Although the tires spun a few times, it's quite amazing how relatively effortless it looked to drive on that pile of shit. That machine leaned quite a bit at a few spots. https://lyse.isobeef.org/waldspaziergang-2024-04-05/traktor-auf-misthaufen.mp4 (114.5 MiB) You might have figured, 11 and 17 show also the same subject from different angles.
1 week ago
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lyse
We went on a three hours hike on today's 22°C warm spring day. Luckily, it was cloudy, so the temperature was bearable. Tomorrow and the day after are supposed to be very sunny 25°C days, puh. We explored even a new path I've never been on. It was a very enjoyable tour, up and down, up and down, up and down. I feel m feet. https://lyse.isobeef.org/waldspaziergang-2024-04-05/

Bee hive in front of a farm
2 weeks ago
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lyse
Reply to #g7iviua
@movq I completely agree.
2 weeks ago
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lyse
Reply to #36i44ia
@adi Dito. :-D
2 weeks ago
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lyse
Reply to #4jzwvva
@movq Nice! Oh, I hear you. Remindes me of my multi-line table implementation for tt2. Surprisingly complicated stuff is needed for such a trivial thing as scrolling. I implemented a simple cache to speed up rendering when the same entry didn't change. But there is probably a lot more room for further improvements.
2 weeks ago
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lyse
Reply to #onrq3fq
@movq Wow, this is just totally insane!
2 weeks ago
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lyse
Reply to #io3dp3q
@movq Haha, nice! :-D
2 weeks ago
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lyse
Reply to #jfzitsa
Gonna give cmus a try. cmus-tutorial is a cool thing I have to say.
2 weeks ago
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lyse
Reply to #vw3qicq
@movq Exactly! :-D Or call it lazy in that case, to be honest. I just got used to all my workarounds in place. :-/ I still want to recreate tt2 one day. I started with it months ago and never touched it since. Too much other stuff going on.
2 weeks ago
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lyse
Reply to #uhvlayq
@movq That's cool! So that dusage scroll buffer is part of the GUI, not "just" a terminal?
2 weeks ago
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