It's that time of year, where I drag out the xmas lights and try to automate them somehow.
This year I have new plans, now that I know how to use ESP8266/ESP32 boards. I hope to be able to auto-schedule lights, and maybe even rewrite light display programs.
Adding QMK support to the pre-QMK YMD09 board
I was surprised how well this worked, and once I got the RGB working it was time to clean it up for a pull request!
I am new to QMK but I think it should be much more customizable than Bootmapper, especially in regards to RGB control.
I've re-integrated my old iPhoto library from 2001–2013 into my my Photos library, doubling the size to 120 GB. It's neat to see the photos getting better over time.
Some of the photos I would like to post publicly, and would like a "self-hosted" solution. My leading solution is to use "thumbsup" with S3; anyone have any suggestions?
This is really cool: vector maps converted to ASCII to display in a terminal.
Did my first CPU delid today and it seems to have worked. A bit nerve-wracking but it will be nice to overclock or run at a quieter level.
(I did not re-glue the integrated heat spreader, it is held by the retention clip and CPU cooler.)
Calgary. I still like Ruby
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