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Author: René Wagner <rwa@clttr.info>
Date:   Thu, 14 Oct 2021 22:03:17 +0200

update en 2021-10-14

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diff --git a/en/archive.gmi b/en/archive.gmi @@ -1,6 +1,15 @@ # shortlog archive @ en.gmn.clttr.info +### 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 +### 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. diff --git a/en/index.gmi b/en/index.gmi @@ -6,6 +6,10 @@ You'll mostly find tech and coding related stuff here. => gemini://de.gmn.clttr.info Hier entlang zur deutschsprachigen Sektion. ## 🗩 shortlog (latest 3 updates) +### 2021-10-14 gemini is almost complete +It's only a small step for gemini to replace the "common web"...now that there is also a capsule about Amiga software +=> gemini://jeacle.ie/amiga/ Karl's Amiga page + ### 2021-10-12 Smartphones vs real cameras => gemini://gemini.circumlunar.space/~solderpunk/gemlog/smartphones-vs-real-cameras.gmi Re: Solderpunk: Smartphones vs real cameras For me, solderpunk completely hit the point in why using a "real" camera for taking photos is a completely different feeling than using a smartphone: A tool that is dedicated for taking photos vs a tool that is dedicated for carrying around and which tries to accomplish a vast variety of tasks. @@ -16,11 +20,6 @@ Just give it a try - although you'll probably need to get familiar with the basi => gemini://log.pfad.fr/2021/receiving-large-file/ Olivier's Log: Receiving a large file over the internet I've been in this situation a few months ago, a friend of me needed to drop a file of some gigs to me. We tried different things like my private nextcloud instance, but eventually failed with all the "fancy" approaches. In the end we set up a VPN connection between our homes and i fired up a simple ftp server. This was done in about 2 minutens with a short phone call. This would have been the fastest and most reliable way from the beginning. -### 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. - => ./archive.gmi shortlog archive ## 🛈 info & articles