Huge Microsoft leak just happened.
- Some Windows 10 source from Microsoft's shared source initiative
- Windows XP/Server 2003 source
- Xbox Live Source (dated 2009)
- Several versions of Windows Embedded
- A lot of Windows CE stuff
- NT 3.5 and 4 source
- MS DOS 6.0 source
- MS DOS 3.30 OEM adaption kit source
- Windows Research Kernel source
- A 30GB+ archive of all of Microsoft's patents
I will create my very first website project for a local photo company/club soon. They arrange meetings with fellow photographers, teach photographing, talking about it, going out in groups to take photos, and more.
I will install an app on my phone that allows me to choose a sum per working hour and let me track the progress. But I want to be cheaper than other web programmers that takes 48 EUR per hour or more.
If you were in my shoes, what sum would you choose to have per working hour?
I want 2 more rows so I get a total of 6 rows, but I can't think of any. Do you have any idea of what I can add? A world map will be added below the rows.
Also, I plan to add top 5 browsers and operating systems, but I wonder, will that information be sensitive in privacy perspective?
Data to play with: browser, operating system, IP address (only for identification for the visit, though), and pages.
I hate to ask, but here goes.
I've been looking a while and nothing with the right fit has come along. Work life balance is super important. If UK, happy to work completely in your timezone!
My site is https://rusingh.com and I'm happy to email you my CV/resume. Will start immediately once we're on the same page. 💯
Now when the SSL certificate expired on September 8th, I can't use Nextcloud anymore.
I've compressed all my files that I have on it and installed vsftpd. Will send the file to my external drive later on and wipe the whole server.
Instead of Ubuntu Server 20.04, I will install Debian. I will also use Docker instead of snap. Before, I let Ubuntu install Nextcloud automatically for me while it installed the system. Bad choice because of snap.
Hopefully I can get SSL running through Docker.
Despite the JS;DR-ness of this, it's actually pretty good if you need beats without an app
Adam Argyle and Oriol Brufau wrote about how to do custom bullets with CSS ::marker. https://web.dev/css-marker-pseudo-element/
For the first time, I actually tried darktable for real. Earlier times, I only started it and compared it too much with Lightroom since I love the auto button in Lightroom. Now, I really want to try darktable since I want to remove the subscription fee to Adobe, so I did tried it out.
I found out how easy, yet hard, it really was. I absolutely love some plugins, such as Filmic. The panorama "plugin" Hugin was a bit harder, though, but I must give it a try. I mainly take panoramas.
I have been thinking about the design for https://airikr.me for a while now. I don't know, but it feels like something is missing 🤔 Maybe another font... sans serif, perhaps? More colours?
What do you think?
* screenshots of my desktop and my phone
English can sometimes be hard to master 😅
I just released an update that will make it easier for me to upload screenshots for my desktop (both main and gaming) and for my phone (lockscreen and homescreen).
Here's my latest main desktop screenshot for those who are interested: https://sc.airikr.me/?img=desktop/main/2020-08-31.webp
If you want to try to hack the upload page, please do (but notify me if you was able hack it). The URL to that page is https://airikr.me/upload-sc and the URL to the source code is https://codeberg.org/airikr/airikr.me/src/branch/main/upload-screenshot.php
I'm from Sweden. I have mild Aspergers syndrome with attention deficit. Love privacy and open source.
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