@ajroach42 It uses the Canon FD mount system for lenses, which was around for about 20 years and was fairly popular as I understand it. They have a lot of availability in the second hand market, which is nice.
@falsifian Ah wow I haven't thought about OLPC in a long while! Looks like they can be had on ebay for relatively cheap.
More laptops need handles!
Looking for some sort of ~10 inch or in that ballpark
I wrote an article about using linux containers (LXC) for testing Ansible playbooks. I'm curious to see what strategies others are employing with their own.
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@moparisthebest At first I was looking I think for resource usage alerting - but it would appear digital ocean has monitoring + programmable alerts available to any of their droplets (as long as their telemetry whatever is installed). I should be able to use that for uptime / problem forecasting. I just need to get into my droplet and enable their telemetry.
@korthrun Scripts / functions for managing sessions is definitely something I'll be exploring. I'll be needing to run several processes and watch their output for a certain work project and a quick script to spin up a tmux session with everything in separate panes would be cool.
@firstname.lastname@example.org I don't know if there's a specific term, but I'd describe the pages broadly as "single column" - there may be a nav at the top but the primary element is a single column centered in the viewport.
Most static site generators with theming support will have an index view of blog posts like this available "out of the box", for example this theme for the hugo static site generator: https://themes.gohugo.io/hugo-theme-cactus/
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