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Multilingual pun punchline 

Recently relearned the full & colloquial words for "garlic" in German. Can anyone think of a setup whose punchline is:

Obi-Wan Knobi

Spent some time trying without success to drive the HSM dongle that holds the private key for Endless's EV codesigning certificate for Windows apps from Linux. Random binary blobs from dusty corners of vendor websites? Sign me up...

Wikipedia experts: in the Android app, articles have subtitles. The one for “Personal wiki” has been vandalised. I can see from the edit history that the article body had similar vandalism, quickly reverted.

1. I can edit this "article description" in the app. How can I do this on the web?
2. Is there edit history for this subtitle/description?

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Personal

Git esoterica 

@wjt git log --find-object $(git hash-object $file)

Git esoterica 

Git experts: I have a file I know came from some point in a Git repository's history. Can I search through the repository's history to find the most recent commit whose tree contains a file with a known hash?

Any recommendations for a USB audio interface with the following properties:
- at least 1 XLR socket for a mic
- at least 1 ¼" socket for a guitar
- MIDI in/out for my DrumKid which has Ye Olde MIDI connectors
- works well on the Year Of Linux On The Desktop

(Or should I get a separate USB-MIDI cable? Most compact & reputable USB interfaces seem to lack MIDI these days.)

I have an Instagram account and a shared photo album for photos of my older daughter, named for her. (Obviously both are private.) We now have an additional baby, and I'm not sure about her social media strategy. 📊

pangolin
pangola (extinct)
pangocello (extinct)
bass pangol (extinct)

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(yes i did this gag on twitter a few years back but it feels like time to revive it, with an illustration this time!)

Bot idea: generate patterns for this play mat. Bonus points for:
- putting toys over it
- feeding it through some image recogniser to see if the pattern resembles anything

The third coffee of the day is always a mistake.

@federicomena yo, when you get bored of migrating C libraries to Rust, can I interest you in migrating some Haskell code to Rust? :p

Niche bot idea: animations in the style of Dasher, but only with English words that can be typed with alternating hands on a Dvorak keyboard.

For the curious, I've attached a screenshot of the distribution of the lengths of such words, with one example at each length.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dasher_(

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