We're slowly making progress towards our first product. It's a standard 65% PCB with hotswap sockets. It's powered by the open source software QMK and it features a standard ISO-layout to fit as much people as possible.
Our goal is to make custom keyboards easy and available for everyone.
Thanks to everyone who made the #OMEMO spec sprint such a nice event! And a very special thanks to the chaosdorf for having us!!!
"The OMEMO sprint is approaching its end. We’ve made very good progress on the XEP and achieved everything we set out to do. A big thank you to everyone who participated: Andy, Klaus , Marvin, Paul and Tim.
And a big thank you to the Chaosdorf, who hosted us this weekend."
I just made my first release on Github 😀
Alright, called them, it's cancelled
I have no idea why the #ParrotOS folks run their own Internet speed test service, but I'm definitely going to use this now instead of the proprietary sketchy ones out there. They even back it with a CDN.
It uses the LibreSpeed project:
How would you fossify #sonos?
Snapcast was a breeze after finding out how to match the sample rate.
But my word, mopidy is not in a good place right now (in my humble experience). One extension is uninstallable, local was not easy to setup and had loads of errors while scanning, never get DLNA to work. Anyone having a good time with mopidy?
Hence my first question…
PhD student in Neuroscience. Passionate about brains, sound, open science/source/access, data science, machine learning & webdev
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