Please consider boosting.
This is me screaming across the fediverse. I'm looking for people that used the original Seesmic before the service was shut down in 2009. I feel like if I were to reconnect with anyone from there, they'd be on the fediverse in 2020.
For context, Seesmic was a cross between YouTube and Twitter. Micro-video blogging with threaded conversations, no commenting, only videos.
I feel with a custom PeerTube instance we can maybe recreate what once was, what do you think?
#OracleCloud requires a Service Request raised to set Reverse DNS on their instances which isn't mentioned anywhere in the official documentation.
I fumbled with it for days before I raised a SR thinking I must misconfigured something.
And, now, it has been open for 3 days and they still couldn't set the rDNS from their end. *sigh*
Note on the #youtubedl DMCA takedown this night.
In a very unusual turn RIAA justifies the takedown request with EU/German law and claim US analogy to EU rules. (the attachment with a copy of the Hamburg court rule they refer to somehow not linked, one can only guess that this links to §95a UrhG).
I hope .deep becomes a valid TLD in the near future so I can get a domain like arghya.deep
Tried it out and might be placebo but Codium seems snappier than Code.
Here’s the link in case you wanna switch too:
Is there any CI-CD tool that is free for opensource projects and doesn't require a Github/Gitlab/Bitbucket account?
Need to implement CI-CD for my projects in @codeberg but most of the major ones don't seem to support anything outside the three mentioned above.
Does anyone know any alternatives for Gitpod?
I need a coding environment to make changes and run the tests and push. Can't do in my local system since it restricts the installation of a lot of stuff.
Can anyone share/DM me a #Hetzner referral link?
Need it for a friend and my account is too new to give out referrals.
Was never a huge addict but it was still a distraction somewhat.
Weekends to #developers is time for hobby projects.
Worked half of my Sunday and fixed the issues.
v0.0.5 is published finally.
- Fixed a major issue with exceptions.
- Better error handling with appropriate messages.
- New parameter factor introduced which helps in modifying the cropped area of face.
- More unit test cases added.
- Code Coverage enhanced to 99%.
Just released v0.0.4!
- Function API has been modified to reduce complexity.
- Fixes in loading pre-trained classifier files.
- Added .npmignore file.
- Reduced package size to less than a MB.
- Added unit test cases for the new developments.
- Moved to Codecov from Sonarqube.
- Achieved 95% code coverage.
- README updates with images added.
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