Re-adding a computer to Syncthing after a repair. This resulted in a lot of out of sync items. Running "syncthing -reset-deltas" helped. docs.syncthing.net/users/synct

One of the more worrying things about the tech community is its tendency to try to rediscover entire centuries old fields of study from first principles. Instead of, y’know, picking up a book.

Apropos of nothing, one of the best guides to teaching tech is Teaching Tech Together.

It’s available entirely online: teachtogether.tech/en/index.ht

If you need a MySQL client on Windows, I can recommend HeidiSQL. Also supports other databases. heidisql.com/

Today and yesterday seeing people use cloud-init to configure servers. I should take a closer look cloud-init.io/

htmx looks interesting. Small, seems easy to use, with powerful features github.com/bigskysoftware/htmx

I'm giving this music video streaming site a go. If you are in a band, have ever been in a band, have some kind of music project, or make music as a hobby and have videos you make to go along with your music please upload them here: nextcloud.real-ity.com/s/8PsGs

Feel free to share with any music friends of yours that have music videos they may want to add to the rotation.

Chromium 91 based browser seem to scale window toolbars incorrectly on Manjaro Linux/KDE with 4k screens and display scaling set to 200%. They are to big. Chromium 90 scales correctly 🤔

Discovered that I was loading the full-size image for thumbnails in a WordPress theme. Forgot to set the correct size.

I'm exploring the idea of a 24/7 stream featuring music videos, concerts or home performances from independent musicians. People could upload their videos and get added to rotation.

If you're interested in this kind of thing and want to take part in any way, please let me know! Idea is still young, but music lovers who would want to maybe moderate uploads, or help reach out to communities to gain access to some content would be cool.

Plus, if you have music content yourself, let me know!

Seems like Day 1 of Siemens' Open Source conference, that was powered by Owncast, went really well! It's so cool to see such large organizations using Owncast like this. opensource.siemens.io/events/2

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