What’s everyone’s favourite Christmas song? Mine is currently https://youtu.be/nranUeNkXpM
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@prologic (#e44cxiq) having said that, once upon a time, if you went to google translate, set detect language, took the result of that and translated it again using detect language, the result would be “to solve”. That’s kinda ironic seeing as how my main hobby is solving challenges at codegolf.stackexchange.com
@prologic (#e44cxiq) even my username is uncreatively named…I sat at my keyboard randomly typing combinations of l’s, y’s, x’s and other letters until I found something that looked “cool”. Therefore, my username means absolutely nothing.
Sometimes I wonder how I managed to get 94 github followers.
@prologic @antonio (#mxzusta) I was thinking to exchange some development for some design on my static site generator’s website https://mkws.sh/ and asking around, and tbh, I was thinking of migrating your website to my solution to see how it fits because it looks like a good candidate but I postponed it because I got a headache from clicking “View Source” and didn’t know if it would be well received. Maybe I’m old school, but I still prefer semantic selectors in my CSS.
I guess Mariah Carey is gonna see a massive spike in sales/relevance today lol #25-days
Hmmm for some reason my email server is not receiving emails from external 🤔
I have nothing useful to say, which is why I’m here!
Morning Twtizens 😴 ☕️x1
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Picture of where I work, messy due to others.
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Still working OK, with uploads, Console says Warning. DOM7011. The code on this page disabled back and forward caching. For more information, see http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=291
The rocks show where I need to level up more foundation soil, etc, to make natural ground level.
The old shelter over bore pump removed, Concrete posts dug out.
Temperate was 40 degrees, hot day.
Updated #Debian this morning. After a restart, the system is unusually quiet; average load has fallen to lower levels than I remember it reaching. So it is possible.