Updated my X11 battery monitor a bit. This is starting to look like something useful.
(Please forgive my terrible C skills 😅)

I have my personal laptop under openbsd for two weeks now, I really like the elegance and simplicity of this system even for personal usage. So lean, so clean 🥰

Trying to make an X11 battery status tool with Xlib. I doubt I'll ever use it but it's fun

ssh sdf@tty.livingcomputers.org and login as visitor. It is time to put the old SDF 3B2 back online to celebrate part of SDF’s past. The machine is running now and through March 23rd and 24th in

Thu Mar 14 12:49:06 CET 2019

Full build of Release 2.3.0a of CDE complete.

70m30.41s real 48m41.24s user 17m59.61s system

@logout your screenshots collection is amazing! So much systems on so much devices 😍

Played with CWM today, I like the group stuff instead of traditional workspaces

for those wondering how to establish trade relations with crows:

- feed crows food A regularly
- when crows decide to bring you gifts, feed them food B
- when crows bring you different categories of gifts, feed them a food-per-category, ex: food C for jewelry, food D for paper money, etc
- crows will recognize these exchange patterns and opt to bring you things in order to acquire desired treats

good luck! 🐦

Just watched Mid90s, a movie depicting my teenage years (besides the computer stuff). Quite frightening I must say as I could recognize myself every in almost every scenes 😶

Bought a cheap Thinkpad (x240) now what system do I put on this? OpenBSD, NetBSD, Slackware, Haiku... so many possibilities 🧐

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