@dch I recently mounted patchpanels and finally got structured ethernet wiring in my flat. A roll of velcro tape helped a great deal.
I prefer velcro over cable ties, since it allows you to add a cable afterwards without having to cut open cable ties.

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Übrigens hab ich jetzt @Columbia und @MacLemon Socken.
Ich finde das ist eine kritische Info die ich euch nicht vorenthalten darf.

@rixx Could you perchance share the minime recipe?

@fragdenstaat Österreich so: Hold my Amtsgeheimnis im Verfassungsrang.

@dvl I usually resort to pip when it comes to python. Packages are usually way, way too much lagging behind or sometimes not existing.

(Same for `synapse` (Matrix server). The packages were sometimes delayed by werks by the Sec-Team which is just not something I want publicly hosted on the internet.)

So pip it is. Never looked back. Updates are available within minutes.

As for mailman3, it‘s terribly complex.

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plotter.vision converts 3D STL files to 2D SVG suitable for #plottertoots with interactive camera positioning, back-face culling, hidden-line removal, and coplanar-triangle merging.

@pascoda Du wärest verwundert zu sehen was mein Muscle Memory nach Jahrzehnten noch auf einer Gitarre an Akkordzerlegungen „schafft“ ohne je verstanden zu haben was ich da tat.
Die Finger wissen grundsätzlich noch was sie tun sollten, auch wenn die Präzision fern von „spielen“ ist.

Probiers mal! Mehr als dass die Nachbarn anklopfen kann nicht passieren. :-)

@sophie

@dvl Wasn‘t a DM, just a regular reply.

Here‘s the toot again.

@dvl We're running Mailman 3 (since 4 years, Cross Migrated from Mailman 2) on FreeBSD 12.1-p10 in a jail.

Here's a pad with the OS packages we're using, and the rest has been installed via `pip`.

pads.c3w.at/code/#/2/code/edit

@rosebuck Maybe check out the literatur.social instance. Certainly fits the topic.

@dch

@dvl We're running Mailman 3 (since 4 years, Cross Migrated from Mailman 2) on FreeBSD 12.1-p10 in a jail.

Here's a pad with the OS packages we're using, and the rest has been installed via `pip`.

pads.c3w.at/code/#/2/code/edit

@dvl We cross migrated from 2 to 3 about 4 years ago and it was terrible. It still is necessary to run `HEAD` with our own patches.
Hyperkitty is still not really stable. Users don‘t understand the differentiation between subscrption and webinterface account because it‘s inherently stupid.

I‘ll likely never do mailinglists again, they‘re terrible in every regard.

@sandzwerg @breakthesystem WhatMs the budget you‘re willing to or able to spend?
How diverse is the recording situation? Always at the same desk, usually anywhere, out and about?

Are you comfortable with changing your desk setup to make sure you have a good/correct speaking distance from your mic? Consider a boom arm.

If that‘s something you don‘t want to deal with, think about a headset which allows for more freedom to move around, but you have to wear something on your head.

@sandzwerg @breakthesystem If you want really good quality, you have to go XLR, and with a corresponding interface.

If you want to go dirt cheap, your phone‘s headset probably isn‘t all that bad.

Room noise and reverb are *room* properties, not microphone properties. (Just physics) This can sometimes be easily mitigated, sometimes not. Depends on the room, walls, furniture, orientation, etc.

Good audio equipment is expensive for reasons. Good-enough can be much more affordable.

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merch shop so:
- "unisex"-fit: hier habt ihr 4 coole rc3-shirts, 1 rc3 zipper und 1 rc3 hoodie
- was, "unisex" passt dir nicht? naa gut, hier hast du ein einziges lausiges fitted shirt mit rc3 print

fühle mich leicht verarscht...

(den nicht-rc3-kram und kids-items im shop nicht mitgezählt)

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