Finally revisiting this project. Waiting on some new capacitive touch sensors to try, so I thought I'd write a new pattern to take advantage of the rings.
I mapped all the "connections" between rings, randomly switch to a new ring & change direction.
On fediverse, remember that your admin has access to their instance database, and can read whatever you post, and whatever posts you can read, no matter what the access level is (and this includes DMs, of course). This is not significantly different to monolithic social media, except that the admin potentially has a smaller pool of people they can spy on, if they're so inclined. You should always share particularly sensitive information via end-to-end encrypted chat, no matter what platform you're using, fediverse or not.
Had someone reach out wondering if I had a pattern for my Nauga build. I didn't, since I free-handed the original on large craft paper which has since been turned into paper mache. I still had sizing notes though! So I pulled up Inkscape and knocked out a svg one can size up and down to their desired size for a self-made Nauga friend.
todo: Add to gemini capsule.
My March film is done. It's called "Bridge". Description: A car crosses a bridge. 1 min long.
password = bridgepasss
The whole site still needs more work (and I may want to try using zig for the backend later) but I like how this is one page is turning out. I might make a blog using a similar style in the future
Rant about two random cli tools I found
I never really had the need to convert images to pdf until I needed to print a book for university and the prof was "kind" enough to provide us the scans as jpegs instead of a PDF (which is the only format the printers at my university would accept).
I went on to look for multiple guides on how to do this without having to mess around with writer or things like that, and every article I found suggested I use ImageTragick. I downloaded it and it worked for the files I needed to convert, but I noticed it ran into problems whenever I tested it with more numerous and larger files. I kept looking and I found img2pdf.
This is fucking ridiculous, img2pdf is like 23 times faster and it works with no issues with 400 images.
I just recently learned about #bujo, appearently I've been using it for 5 years now. Recently I decided to introduce colors to it.
I take notes during the day and when I come back for some essential piece of information I use some random colors to add abstract symbols to it.
I've noticed that such ritual makes me more mindful and present.
masto instance for the tildeverse