Nice to watch an hour of a smart person talking about a subject they actually know about.
Also nice to see another smart person make that face when asked those questions.
curl https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/image/2009/OmegaSunSail_Sendra_8504.jpg | exiftool - | grep GPS # Check if an image has GPS coordinates in it showing were it was taken.
USPOL, KYPOL, Breonna, Everything is dry kindling.
Grand Jury to rule on Breonna Taylor Cops this week.
Hint: They are boarding up federal buildings downtown, and my wife has been given an order to be prepared to shelter in place at her hospital tomorrow night.
Motorist on Shelbyville road forced his way through protesters this morning, exited his brown Ford Taurus with sidearm... looking for a fight. This is not downtown. This is a big shopping district.
Whole city is tense.
"In short, federation distributes governance and cost, and can allow us to tackle challenges that we couldn’t overcome without it. The free software community needs to rally behind federation, because no one else will. For all of the reasons which make it worth doing, it is not rewarding for corporations. They would much rather build walled gardens and centralize, centralize, centralize — it’s more profitable!"
@requiem yeah! check out /sys/bus/iio/devices/iio:device2/in_accel_x_raw and its directorymates - I used them to set up autorotation under X in this hacky script: https://gist.github.com/DJSundog/8cf1773b886e8134f8953f93885fe018
Any of you know if Linux provides “Unix-y” interfaces (/dev/something) to accelerometer/gyro hardware?
I’m writing some C code and I’m wondering if there is a higher-level interface vs just talking directly to the device via whatever bus (i2c, etc.) it’s attached to?
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.