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commit c098d8dcdf49059c8228842b25ee24d5c26e282b
parent e8c0f08db9733ba73d6b0822be80a3241a5eb896
Author: René Wagner <rwa@clttr.info>
Date:   Sat, 11 Sep 2021 10:02:01 +0200

en update 2021-09-11

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diff --git a/en/archive.gmi b/en/archive.gmi @@ -1,6 +1,10 @@ # shortlog archive @ en.gmn.clttr.info ## 2021 +### 2021-08-15 moving along +I'm quite happy how geminispace.info works after the recent updates. It seems stable and fast enough to handle ongoing growth of gemini in the next months. +This makes me comfortable investing more time in new timesink CB radio. It's quite a challenge as things have changed a lot since i quite some 20 years ago, but it's also fun to explore and learn in another area again. + ### stricter gemtext => gemini://warmedal.se/~bjorn/posts/wishing-for-stricter-gemtext.gmi Re: ew0ks whishing for stricter gemtext Having used Gemini and Gemtext for i few months, i mostly agree with the points taken by ew0k about stricter gemtext. Thi is surely backed by my habits to already follow some of his ideas. Especially the restriction to a single mandatory whitespace as delimiter would make life as a gemini dev easier. diff --git a/en/index.gmi b/en/index.gmi @@ -6,6 +6,11 @@ You'll mostly find tech and coding related stuff here. => gemini://de.gmn.clttr.info Hier entlang zur deutschsprachigen Sektion. ## 🗩 shortlog (latest 3 updates) +### 2021-09-12 going mechanical +In the recent days i was looking for a mechanical keyboard as i'm typing quite much especially at work, The downside is the there are almost no keyboards with mechanical switches that have a "ergonomic layout. +I'll decided to give the Matias Ergo Pro a try as it seems to be quite flexible in the setup. I'm typing this shortlog entry on this keyboard and although i've only used it for a few minutes it feels like it can become my daily driver. The position of the right ctrl key seems a bit awkward tough, it's placed left of the n key... +There are some special keys like single keys for cut, copy, paste and some media functions as well which seems to work out of the box with linux. This is a big pro. We'll see how the next days with go. + ### 2021-09-07 Debian Buster & motion Our survaillance cam (to have a look at the dogs while we are away) was still running Debian Buster, so i did the upgrade to Debian Bullseye this morning. After that motion was not running anymore when started using the systemd unit. I took me a while until i realized that Bullseye switched to a systemd unit for motion and you need to DISABLE the daemon mode in motion config. @@ -15,10 +20,6 @@ I've switched to "PHP Server Monitor" a while back for monitoring my public serv All machines that run some sort of Debian here (like geminispace.info does) are updated to Bullseye. The "dist-upgrade" was pretty straight forward and worked flawless. Right what you'd expect from Debian. :) -### 2021-08-15 moving along -I'm quite happy how geminispace.info works after the recent updates. It seems stable and fast enough to handle ongoing growth of gemini in the next months. -This makes me comfortable investing more time in new timesink CB radio. It's quite a challenge as things have changed a lot since i quite some 20 years ago, but it's also fun to explore and learn in another area again. - => ./archive.gmi shortlog archive ## 🛈 info & articles