Maybe I’m just disappointed in both modern cloud-based survelliance-driven computing and orthodox ricing freedom, both backed by broken silicon and useless software stacks...
I miss old times when you were using Windows XP and browsing good old HTML 4.01 websites; life was easier back then.
Did I just made some heresy? Yes.
Working TLS 1.3 on Windows XP.
Qt 5.7.3 + OpenSSL 1.1.1j, running on machine without SSE2.
oh hey :)
"We are thrilled to announce that Nokia has transferred the copyright of Plan 9 to the Plan 9 Foundation. This transfer applies to all of the Plan 9 from Bell Labs code, from the earliest days through their final release."
well, even example from https://gstreamer.freedesktop.org/documentation/asfmux/asfmux.html?gi-language=python#live-streaming isn't working properly for me... :(
ffserver would be easier solution, but it was removed from FFmpeg master in 2018 and I don't really want to use unsupported programs...
failed delayed linking some pad of GstASFDemux named asfdemux0 to some pad of avdec_wmv2 named avdec_wmv2-0
Am I doing something non-obvious in #gstreamer pipeline below?
gst-launch-1.0 videotestsrc ! videorate ! "video/x-raw,rate=30,width=320,height=240" ! avenc_wmv2 ! asfmux ! queue ! asfdemux ! avdec_wmv2 ! ximagesink
So how about this plan?
* Someone publishes a research paper about how transparent cases make devices seem more trustworthy and friendly.
* We all boost it, adding comments on how we miss whatever transparent device we used to have and how it felt so much more reliable.
* It goes viral.
* The fashion for transparent cases comes back.
First pull request made this year, yay!
Now it's time to sleep, later I'll continue my evil plans (try guessing what I'm trying to build, hint in branches of my MXE fork)
I’ll always remember that Aerodynamic guitar solo I was listening to on used Network Walkman when I was still a kid :(
Might consider selling them, maybe I'd have more money then for all that Medikinet shit and other PC components.
ofc that still won't be enough to buy an high-end Amiga lmao
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko