And the data is bad.
If you're hanging around waiting around a retail strip, use #OpenStreetMaps! Instead of killing time, use the OSMAnd app on #Android to edit the map and add shops, opening times, add descriptions, tag addresses, add websites, add wheelchair accessibility tags... An hour of wandering around during inevitable Christmas layby time can add lots of #opensource map data!
goodbye raid zero
you were fast and noisy, but
not fault tolerant
#BlenderBIM can now do construction documentation, clash detection, and proxy materials and objects. We can do commercial projects completely without any proprietary software. Version controlled with Git. 100% free and open source pipeline to build buildings.
See all the latest updates now:
This. This changes things. A lot.
Anecdotal Unifi controller setup FYI.
So I picked up a #unifi AP to slot into the home network and needed to run the software controller somewhere. To that end I spun up a local Debian 9 VM and installed said controller (maybe more on that experience later) and asked it to please not phone home to Ubiquiti.
In the setup it demands an admin email and I entered one I don’t use much without thinking too hard about it. Well I guess I should have given it a little more thought because that address, which previously got basically no spam, is now being *slammed*.
Anyway, the AP Lite is very nice.
Comment on those tags too, but CW any spoilers.
We're currently reading Cory Doctorow's Walkaway.
Borrow from your library or from someone you know with a copy.
If you're buying a copy, consider getting from his site. He sells it DRM free, and the cut that'd go to Amazon he instead keeps.
If you can't swing it, we'll find you a copy.
I’m an engineer (the applied science kind), formerly an architectural designer, and even more formerly a photographer and videographer. Self-employed.
I spend just enough time in the office to get carpal tunnel and just enough time in the field to wreck my knees. Stupid #meatspace ...
Random sampling of interests: GNU/Linux, bike racing, mapping, urban sketching, remote sensing, web security.
Proficient at many things, master of mostly nothing.
Weathering the storm, for the moment.
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.