Argy :debian: boosted

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?

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*

Good to see trending on .

Which means either cares about or we got enough Indians on Mastodon to make it trend.

How do you run your email service? Do you self-host or use a provider? How much does it cost usually?

Argy :debian: boosted

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).

github.com/github/dmca/blob/ma

Finally have my minimal personal site up & running.

Built with ❤️ and , hosted using .

arghyadeep.in

I hope .deep becomes a valid TLD in the near future so I can get a domain like arghya.deep

🤞

I've some ideas about extending to newer realms.

Anyone willing to collab?

Would require knowledge in and probably .

Boosts are appreciated. :)

So I recently came across , a cleaner version of built directly from source and minus the telemetry shit.

Tried it out and might be placebo but Codium seems snappier than Code.

Here’s the link in case you wanna switch too:
vscodium.com/

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.


Spent my Sunday creating , a lightweight, based IDE for the cloud.

Hosting it on a server fronted by .

Source code with installation instructions available in @codeberg
codeberg.org/arghyadeep/vixen

Hey @codeberg
I was trying to migrate a repo from to and it seems to be stuck. Has been like this for about 8 hours now.

How can I kill the process, delete the repo and redo the migration?


Signed up on @codeberg today and I'm loving it so far, especially the markdown editing which downright sucks in .

The only downside is doesn't seem to support yet which is a bummer for me.

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 referral link?

Need it for a friend and my account is too new to give out referrals.

Deactivated !
Was never a huge addict but it was still a distraction somewhat.

Weekends to is time for hobby projects.
Worked half of my Sunday and fixed the issues.

v0.0.5 is published finally.

Changelogs:

- 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%.

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Just released v0.0.4!

Changelogs:

- 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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