My trusty shopping workhorse waiting to be loaded up with groceries. I use it when I can because it's simply more fun than driving.

I don't have kids but I'm convinced making Ethernet patch cables is the same as getting 8 unruly children to all sit straight and smile for the group photo.

Moving soon and my has been downgraded due to even the monitors being packed. At least a split keyboard allows for some ergonomics. :D

I just want to know... how did they paint the graffiti up there?!

Something odd is happening on my @fosstodon UI. :D I'm not even doing anything. Stopped after refreshing the page.

My home office when remoting due to . At least the dog is enjoying that I'm home all day, set up a bed for him next to me.

Clicky clicky. Working on a reaction game with Elixir and Nerves (runs on a Raspberry Pi Zero W). Input debouncing works, tonight's aim is to get LEDs lighted.

Got a free phone from a friend and used it to make a dashcam of sorts for my bicycle. Uses OpenCamera from F-Droid for recording, works well! Maybe when the warranty is over, I can power it directly from the bike battery, but not yet. :D

Just switched around the cases of my 's. Really easy operation, it's designed for user serviceability and has guides for disassembly on the website. Made me think all products should be like this. How many things could be fixed by the end user and not end up at the landfill if there only were proper instructions available!

I run a free web service to collect statistics about programming called Code::Stats. It's made by me along with some contributors, and is 100 % open source (MIT). It integrates with a plugin to most of the common editors.

If you are interested, you can check out and maybe even help us make it better. :)

Sources for most things can be found here:

All feedback is welcome!

Level 44! :) Two very active days and still a bit more to do today.


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