Went with Baahubali: The Beginning and thoroughly enjoyed it! Which is surprising as it was only on my watchlist because I saw a clip of a crazy battle (from the sequel) somewhere on the internerds.
Drama, great music, battle elephants, OTT action and schmaltzy romance. Probably could've done with more dancing.
I now do need to watch the sequel as I need to know what the hell happens next, and to see the battle in question...
(I don't need to watch Blazing Saddles. It is imprinted on my soul)
I haven't seen anyone link to this on the Fediverse, but this open source, experimental, and tiny tools roundup is 🌟
"The goal of this list is to enable making entirely outside of closed production ecosystems or walled software gardens."
I use an a laptop with an AMD CPU and GPU - this means it has two graphics processors. I run Manajro Linux, and I think I may not be using the dedicated GPU.
I wouldn't mind running on the dedicated GPU only - I need to do screen capture and video editing on it, so performance is much more important than power draw (I rarely need to use it on battery).
I've found this:
Does anyone have any experience with this stuff?
@derp I was happy that rsync was sufficient for my needs, as it's just domestic docs, photos and music.
However, I will now have to look into borg, and see how easy it is to implement on an old raspi.