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(#gqqqwca) @firstname.lastname@example.org @email@example.com I was going to suggest having a variable time based on the availability of those who intend to go. That could definitely work, it just seems pretty formal. @firstname.lastname@example.org, what do you mean “doodle”?
(#nekd5sq) > Is TikTok influenced by the Chinese Communist Party?
There is no evidence that TikTok is influenced by the Chinese Communist Party. TikTok is a social media platform that is popular with users in China, but it is owned by the Chinese company ByteDance.
BS! At least it didn’t try to parrot the ByteDance deflection line “TikTok isn’t even available in China” which is false because TikTok is available in China, they just call it Douyin instead.
What computer does Richard Stallman use?
Richard Stallman uses a laptop with the GNU/Linux operating system.
Why is Facebook so successful?
There are many reasons for Facebook’s success, but one of the main reasons is that it is a platform that allows users to connect with friends and family members easily. Facebook also allows users to share photos, videos, and other content easily.
Another great chat this week with @email@example.com. Some things we talked about:
(#gqqqwca) Are we doing the meeting this week? I think we’re all individually being too flexible and so we can’t come up with a time.
(Paging @firstname.lastname@example.org because nobody wants to come to the meeting if he isn’t there)
(#bqxlviq) We’ve barreled past the microblog line and flew straight over the e-mail chain line. This is just social blogging.
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(#godwcaa) @email@example.com There isn’t a whole lot I could do with those, besides trying to beat your server’s transcodes in visual quality for the size. It wouldn’t be much of an accomplishment, anyway, because I’m sure you don’t want your server’s CPU tied up for 20 minutes every upload.
I could always use practice optimizing for quality given a set of restraints but I would like a bigger project that requires combining a bunch of options and filters.
This is a weird request, but does anyone have something for me to encode with FFmpeg? The more complicated the project, the better. I am trying to improve my skills and I learn best with real-world use.
a self-hosted static file serving app which does nothing more than just serve up static files with a configured root path
Don’t you mean “a web server”? :)
(#4xxgkfq) @firstname.lastname@example.org A week was only a few kilobytes of logs for me, so I just used
grep and a text editor. @email@example.com wrote a suite of command line tools for analyzing different web server log formats if you’re interested: fl, cl, and cbl
(#gqqqwca) > Also, check out the hash of the parent twt. Quads!
Never mind, I just realized it’s
Also, check out the hash of the parent twt. Quads!
Am I missing any time zones of video call regulars? Is 07:00:00-23:00:00 a reasonable window?
(#jf2zkia) And of course there’s a user named \@s.
(#jf2zkia) That’s weird. I put the twtxt.net domain on the second mention of @firstname.lastname@example.org and
yarnd changed it (correctly) to yarn.stigatle.no. I edited the message and escaped the @email@example.com.
(#jf2zkia) @firstname.lastname@example.org @email@example.com The account is actually @firstname.lastname@example.org. Perhaps there was an \@stigatle\@twtxt.net at one point and the
yarnd auto-expand is confused. I always add the correct domain to my posts to avoid this.
(#4xxgkfq) @email@example.com Yeah, that sounds about right. I turned on access logging for a week about a year ago. I never did the math, but it was pretty much just me and a collection of robots.
Compiling LLVM. It just doesn’t end.
Great meeting after a two week break with @firstname.lastname@example.org, @email@example.com, and retrocrash who has (hopefully temporarily) disappeared from Yarnspace. A small sampling of what we talked about: