i'm looking for some antiauthoritarian print-shop thingie(s) who want to manufacture my designs. especially as flags, but stickers and t-shirts are cool too!
the designs are public domain, of course. every one is allowed to use them as they like. but i was thinking of a creator-endorsed thing: https://questioncopyright.org/creator-endorsed-mark
below is a little selection, more of them are found here: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Opensofias
»Querdenker sind eine Minderheit, die antidemokratisch denken und handeln. Daher ist auch der Dialog mit ihnen gefährlich, erweckt man so doch den Anschein, dass hier auf einen Kompromiss (seitens der QD) hingearbeitet werden könnte.
Das ist jedoch nicht der Fall.«
Corona high risk group: the mentally ill
Friendly reminder that as #Corona might be getting worse again in your country, mentally ill people are again at high risk for breakdowns.
I barely made it through the first lockdown in Austria myself and am still in a deep #depression. If there will be another lockdown tbh. I don't think I'll survive it.
So please don't just practice social distancing, but also distant socializing, with all the people who are important to you, so they don't have the feeling that they are all alone.
Random programmer: "Hey, wouldn't it be neat if we could remove some common pitfalls from C?"
They: "OMG, you're right, so here's a few gigs of compiler that uses hyper-advanced math and a few minutes to fully secure your code, at least if you stick to our lint guidelines from hell!"
Random: "Wait, what?"
Random User: "Hey, wouldn't it be neat if this web page had a bit more interactivity like I'm used from my desktop apps?"
They: "OMG, you're right, so we embedded all the non-interesting parts of a Smalltalk environment into this browser, features updated on a weekly basis, and if you agree to transpile, pre-compile and munge your brackets meets Lisp run over by a bus language, you can finally get some immediate error message if you entered something wrong in your form"
Random: "Wait, what?"
They: "OMG, so you're saying that could be too slow? Then here's another VM, which basically is a 6502 on steroids, right in your browser so your 3D discrete elements simulation that you're loading from a random server in Russia is twice as fast!"
Random: "My what?"
Programmers program too much.
Am reading 'Gathering Moss' by Robin Wall Kimmerer. She wrote a bit about how most people think of moss as one thing, but there's 22 000 species. Different species often share the same surface. Like on this tree I took a picture of.
The second picture is moss from a branch that fell a few days ago.
The third of probably moss on the ground.
700k lines of code, 20 years, and one developer: How Dwarf Fortress is built
@daniel_bohrer efa --include=ice kann auch Fernverkehr, ist aber schnittstellenbedingt nicht der Client der Wahl.
https://pyhafas.readthedocs.io/en/stable/ nutzt das gleiche Backend wie der DB Navigator, hat aber afaik keine CLI... wobei sich die recht leicht nach Art von https://github.com/FahrplanDatenGarten/pyhafas/blob/0f13a690c7585126b4ec11d95a8489da94d0c538/example.py bauen lassen sollte
"Butterflies can't see their own wings, they don't see how beautiful, unique and special they are.
Some people are also like that
Be yourself - perfect imperfect unique" #StreetArt
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