Booking of swimming lesson's started this morning at 8am for town residents only. There was a glitch in how the booking was configured not letting anyone sign up. Apparently every resident in this town of under 6000 people was trying to book lessons and is now trying to call Town Hall. Feel sorry for the CS people. #notmydepartment
Neat, I just learned how to change my default git branch for wgstart from "master" to "main". That was easy!
Having a debate with myself. Thinking about buying a small-ish Monitor for my RPi's to use mainly for when my wife is watching TV, mainly for NES and SNES emulation.
There's lots of options out there that don't do full HDMI which is fine for NES/SNES emulation. But maybe I want to use it as a computer sometimes too.
For the same price I could just get myself a cheaper 20" monitor that does 1920x1080 and have a nice desktop too.
In Other BSDs for 2020/06/13
I like having shorter link texts so they all line up, but sometimes it's unavoidably descriptive.
FreeBSD's new Code of Conduct.
Gaming on OpenBSD.
FreeBSD HEAD Binary Upgrades. (via bsdweekly)
Install OpenBSD 6.7-current on a PineBook Pro 64. (via bsdweekly)
TrueNAS is Multi-OS. My hot take is that this is a side effect of ZFS becoming commoditized.
Speaking of which, ZFS: ad
Now I can finally upgrade my third switch without setting off the UPS alarm. 😂
Maybe I fixed it by specifying the Intel driver for Xorg. Maybe. Time will tell.
Strange though that by switching to this driver it reset my Gajim configuration and XFCE wallpaper?
I think what I need to do is just go back to running -stable for a little while until this is worked out.
Or maybe I should actually learn how to submit a proper bug report first…
I watch over the stuff with blinky lights. Pretty boring and entirely unremarkable.
A bunch of technomancers in the fediverse. Keep it fairly clean please. This arcology is for all who wash up upon it's digital shore.