"Rust: 'Move fast and break things' as a moral imperative"
@qutebrowser update today with some "Major Changes"
Ended up finding a pretty good deal on a 3900x, which should be a bit better than the 5800x in the workloads I intend to use, with a bit of penalty in games.
I'm now in that state were you look at the package tracking page every 5 minutes for updates.
I'm thinking of upgrading my 1600x to a 5800x next month as I've seen pretty big improvements (both from the 2 added cores and the generational leap)
I already have a B450 mobo, so the upgrade should be a bit simpler.
Also, I'll get some 32gb 3600Mhz RAM to go with it.
I'm always compiling large codebases and working on multiple VMs (and gaming of course), so this could be a huge productivity boost.
I'm accepting suggestions for alternatives, btw!
had to import a zfs pool from another system to a alpine server
Just plugged the drives in and:
apk add zfs
zfs import <zpool>
at this point the pool was loaded and mounted
all that was left was to enable the zfs-import and zfs-mount services
It Just Works ™️
Added some more documentation, fixed some bugs and moved my gemlog to gssg.
It's working nicely.
Was able to make traversing directories possible in my gemini ssg.
That means that in my index file I can range over posts of a subdirectory and print directly into the file.
The hardest part is figuring out a struct organization that made sense for the users.
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