Just a quick reminder, I have a GNU/Linux distribution called "PsychOS" for running on older hardware (i686) and will hopefully soon release "PsychOS486" for those with even older hardware (i486DX/i586/i686), as long as you have 32MB of RAM for a console and 64MB for a GUI desktop, but 128MB would be much better. https://psychoslinux.gitlab.io #GNU #Linux #FOSS #PsychOS #i486 #i586 #i686 #32bit
I hope people get the joke.
"I don't know what kind of system you are. I don't know what you want. If you are looking for another consumer, I can tell you I don't have the money, but what I do have are a very particular set of skills. Skills I have acquired over a very long career. Skills that make me a nightmare for programmers like you. If you FOSS everything that'll be the end of it. I will not google you, I will not download you, but if you don't, I will DDG you, I will find you and I will replace you." -- GNU/Linux
I am currently #live #streaming old-school #tracker #music over at https://theouterlinux.gitlab.io/live.html. Right now, it is essentially a loop of a 7 sec MP4 video while music is playing and doing all of this from the #commandline of a #raspberrypi 3. At the moment, this is more of a test to see if it is possible to do a "set it and forget it" sort of stream box. There is also a web-based IRC chat option if people want to chat but have a "no sign-up" option. If it's just music, I'm probably not there.
Apparently, someone thought to make this "chordify" of a song cover I did: https://chordify.net/chords/cover-of-great-gig-in-the-sky-by-pink-floyd-theouterlinux #music
Sometimes I lookup the projects I am working on to see how they rank in search engines or what shows up. I know about Google's "bubbling"; however, I do not use Google anything and this was with the Tor Browser. I created and maintain the "PsychOS" project, which is currently an i686 GNU/Linux distribution with other flavors planned such as an i486 (PsychOS486) and a FreeDOS version (PsychDOS). #linux #psychos
Also, because of the very limited amount of JS on a static website, everything should run better. And, if I mention something that I am working on or art/music/videos, you are already there to click on those links to know what I'm talking about. Basically, I have a lot more control this way and can lessen the amount of embeds on the stream video itself which should hopefully help with frame rates and so forth.
I'm not live streaming at the moment, but I thought that I should let people know that instead of going to https://picarto.tv/theouterlinux, you should be able to simply go to https://theouterlinux.gitlab.io/live.html instead in which there is an embed of the Picarto stream and then an IRC web client just beside that. This way, anyone can watch and anyone can chat with no registration. First come, first serve, unless you have a registered Nick, if you want a cool temporary nickname. See instructions for older hardware.
@genova447 Thanks for the Twitch follow (assuming that was you), but I no longer stream on Twitch and that page is still just there to inform people about my streaming on https://psicarto.tv/theouterlinux instead. However, for the last week or so, I have been making my own live stream page people can go to instead in which will have the Picarto stream embedded, an online OFTC web chat client, and maybe a few other goodies for when I'm not streaming. This way, anyone can watch and chat without registering.
At least Jill seems to think it's cool.
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