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@djsundog reminds me of when I was commuting to college on a daily basis and we'd frequently get asked what kind of train-ticket we had, by a survey team passing through the train.

I quickly got tired of it and just told them I didn't feel like answering it, but I still wonder what they wrote down for when my friend answered he was travelling without a ticket. xD

Hmm, based on the db schema, does track *when* a toot was favourited, but this doesn't seem to be returned via the API, right?

The only returns the created_at of the toot itself, not the favourite?

Good morning folk and friends from far and near!

Today I wish you a cheering thought ✨

(Note: I am currently using my fallback account as my main account seems to have issues federating atm...)

@kemonine @kelbot
(note, for CTRL+S to work, you have to have "Stop Output" disabled; if you haven't, and want to unfreeze, hit CTRL+Q. IIRC you can disable stop/resume output with `stty -ixon`)

@kemonine @kelbot If you'd first like to *see* while typing what the command result is, I would suggest using CTRL+R instead. this will bring up an interactive reverse case insensitive history search (or CTRL+S for a forward search) that will show the result as you type. If you want to go further back with the current keyword, just press CTRL-R again till you've found the right result. Then press enter to execute it.

tecmint.com/linux-command-line has some more useful ones.

@kemonine @kelbot
and if you wrap the search string in question marks, it will execute the first result that *contains* your search keyword, rather than just starts with it.

!?find?

Would execute the first command in your recent history that contains 'find'.

append :p to display (*p*rint) the command without executing it, e.g:
!?find?:p

#Twitch banned #RevisionParty due to #nudity apparently.
Fortunately the #ChaosComputerClub seems to be providing #streaming hosting for the remainder of #Revision2021 through:
streaming.media.ccc.de/revisio

If you want, you can tune in directly through #mpv too:
mpv https://cdn.c3voc.de/revision_native_hd.webm

Okay, that's enough progress for today on the rewrite of my #AsciiDoc to #GemText conversion pipeline.

Added a pre-processor that allows me to add ,gemini=hidden to links I don't want to show up in the gmi document, and ,gemini=extend-to-eol for links I want to extend to the end of the line.

I don't expect others to find this useful, but so far it looks like it will help reduce link clutter in #gemini documents, without having to handcraft a #gmi version of the same blog post.

#coding

#SourceHut now supports deployment of #Gemini pages via their new #SourceHutPages feature: gemini://srht.site/quickstart.gmi

If you prefer a plain #website via #SHPages, then that's also an option: srht.site/quickstart

Or, stuff both #GemText and #HTML files in your tarball and support both protocols. ;)

Suggestions welcome for preparing #food when all you have is:

An electric water kettle
An egg cooker
A small contact grill
A microwave

Preferably not ready-made microwave meals.

Do you post #photos on #GemLog? Then you might want to make sure you strip certain #metaData such as #GPS #GeoTags from your pictures before publishing them through your #GemPort.

How to strip these, and other tips at: gemini://fixato.org/gemini-tips.gmi

If you want to reply to my #Gemini #blog article, please leave a public reply to this Mastodon post. :)

(Don't want your reply potentially aggregated on the web/gem log post? Please reply as 'unlisted' instead, or start it with NoRepost.)

@Anfeald please do share your results of baking the appelflappen and oliebollen. :D

@RebelsHeart hmm, can't say I noticed, but it also wouln't surprise me.
Especially on ranked cups it's not uncommon for me to not have a top tier driver on one or two tracks. They really seem to put more focus on the high end drivers unfortunately. It's becoming harder and harder to keep up as a free-to-play player. The green token shops help with getting coins and high end tickets, but it still feels like they are catering more and more to the 'whales'.

I've written another #GemLog, this time about today's drawing with our son and his crayons:
gemini://fixato.org/2021-03-18-drawing-with-kiddos-crayons.gmi or proxied via Vulpes.One's Gemini-HTTP proxy

If you want to reply to my #Gemini #blog article, please leave a public reply to this Mastodon post. :)

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In my latest #GemLog article on FiXato's #GemPort, I explore the concept of #PhotoAlbums for Gemini:
gemini://fixato.org/2021-03-10-exploring-photo-albums-for-gemini.gmi
(or web proxied via vulpes.one)

If you have any suggestions or comments for my #Gemini #blog article, please leave a public reply to this Mastodon post. :)

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