Here's an article I wrote for Linux Magazine about the programs you can use to access Mastodon from your desktop, phone or wherever. Hope I didn't forget any!
Ahí va un artículo que escribí para Linux Magazine sobre el Mastodon. Cubre los programas que puedes utilizar para acceder al fediverso, desde tu portátil, desde el teléfono, desde donde sea:
Here is my modest station setup :
HF Rig : Kenwood TS-450S
HF Ant : Mini G5RV
VHF : Icom IC-T7H dual-band HT
Was active on HF from Mombasa, Kenya as 5Z4GT during the period 1999 to 2003.
Would be interested to homebrew some multiband/directional #antenna for HF and also get into digital modes.
73 de Rajeev, vu2ocy
finally hooked up my dipole antenna to my hf radio, I'm on hf now! now to start calling cq! #hamradio
Picking up where I left off with my #linuxfromscratch project inside a virtualbox vm. Handy to just resume that VM and pick that up. I think I'm only about 0.0001% of the way through the installation guide though :/
aprsd(8) now supports multiple beacons, including position reports (with and without timestamps) and object beacons.
The next step is going to be to add digipeating, which means taking the beacon loop and adding a check for incoming packets, and then repeating them if required.
I'm going to start off with one "listen" interface and one "transmit" interface and go from there.
People who call #emacs a "text editor" are totally missing the point - it does SO much more than just edit text. For example:
1. Emacs has a builtin notetaking system called org-mode.
2. Org-mode has a builtin spreadsheet system.
3. This spreadsheet system has a builtin formula debugger.
That's how deep it goes. There's so much useful and awesome functionality to discover in Emacs. I've used it for 25 years now, and I still learn new stuff about it every week.
Do you have an abundance of 2.5" 300GB SAS hard drives? Could you spare 8 of them? Could you also ship them to Scotland?
I've got a Sun Enterprise T5120 for the #HamBSD project but no hard drives. I'd like to use this as a sparc64 build machine, and perhaps also other project related things.
Copied from the birdsite:
Emacs Conf is being held on 2nd November.
Here is the schedule:
"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