Finally found the photo/video album generator I've always wanted: https://thumbsup.github.io/
We have generated well over 100k photos and videos since our kids were born. Nextcloud has worked fine to store them but is way too slow to display thumbnails and browse.
Thumbsup generates a static site with thumbnails all of all my photos and videos I can link back to NextCloud for the source. I can generate the thumbnails on my super fast desktop and then store the static site on my NAS.
"Actually, it's only Agile if it comes from the Agile region of France. Otherwise it's just [bad] Project Management with fancy names for meetings."
Happy living tips: do not be the person recording a whole public event like fireworks or a light show. You'll look like a jackass and will literally never watch it, ever. Take a pic or two to jog your memory later, then put your phone away and be mindful in the moment. You'll get much more enjoyment this way.
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Urgent Linux advisory
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Urgently run the following:
echo 0 | sudo tee /proc/sys/net/ipv4/tcp_sack
On all Linux hosts to work around the issue and then start patching your kernels
@andyc haha fair! I struggled with iPhone support in Linux for a while and got pretty excited when I figured it out (disabling iCloud photo sync), but I see yours is not a technical problem :)
I was excited to identify the huge bug on my window. But as I read further in the first search result... are people getting high off of bugs? Is this a thing? http://www.greatlakesprovings.com/acanthocephala-terminalis-leaf-footed-bug.html
@andyc not sure exactly where the reality ends and the joke starts but I’ve found the iPhone to be way easier to use (transfer data to and from) in Linux than my previous Pixel thanks to libimobiledevice and ifuse for mounting.
geek docker insults
@ParadeGrotesque You do need some process running for the container to continue to run, if you want to run bash in an existing container you do ‘docker exec’ rather than ‘docker run’. You can even run an init system in a container like systemd, which makes the container operate very much like a VM but without the overhead of a kernel and virtualization.
I’m too far down the rabbit hole now I take a lot of the weirdness for granted.
@ParadeGrotesque I agree it would be incredibly opaque and frustrating if it were not possible, but you can always run a shell inside a container.
Also it doesn’t have to be a single application in a container, that’s just a “best practice” that I don’t always follow. Maybe dive a little deeper, you’re about where I was when I went from a skeptic to loving them.
Recommended stuff I self-host
I manage everything in docker containers these days with a docker-compose file. Also run a few containers with systemd and sshd that I use like virtual machines for work.
@laemeur Seems like US citizenship is a liability unless you live there. Not sure about your specific situation but it many cases you shouldn't have to pay any US taxes, but you do have to file and figure all this out which is annoying. I'd drop the citizenship for that reason alone. https://www.irs.gov/individuals/international-taxpayers/foreign-earned-income-exclusion
Need to find some copper wire... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TGkrYmPZFgA
Reverse Engineering a North Korean Sim City Game https://digitalnk.com/blog/2019/04/21/reverse-engineering-a-north-korean-sim-city-game/
Husband, father, geek. Sends emails, schedules meetings. Looks better on paper. Boston and Osaka.
"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