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In-reply-to » I don’t run a bug tracker, instead all my projects link to this page:

@movq@www.uninformativ.de Yeah, my software is definitely completely irrelevant to everyone else.

I don’t send my bank or insurance company any bug report e-mails or the like. I’m talking about mailing software developers or projects. On a side note, though, I’ve seen lot of (German) companies use GMail & other terrible mail providers. My former employer fell also in this category (so does my current one, but at least I receive all e-mails).

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In-reply-to » My mate and I went on a hike yesterday: https://lyse.isobeef.org/waldspaziergang-2024-07-13/

@prologic@twtxt.net Haha, we’re already in summer. :-)

@movq@www.uninformativ.de No, both are a manmade lakes and ponds, but the fish are real. :-) In fact, the fish are in the much smaller “tadpole pond” as I call it. The tadpoles are now all gone and we’ve seen tiiiiiny frogs jumping around. But we were not successful in capturing them on film. Maybe fish were brought in these artificial lakes by mankind, too, I don’t know. Good question.

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In-reply-to » I don’t run a bug tracker, instead all my projects link to this page:

@movq@www.uninformativ.de @prologic@twtxt.net Maybe your softwares are just perfect and there are simply no bug reports and contributions required. :-)

I reckon if someone really wanted to participate, they will. Despite where it is hosted.

I just also see the issue with smaller mail servers being blocked by the large ones. This also happened to me I believe. My mails just never made it to the people. Or they were ignored, I cannot tell.

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In-reply-to » The 26°C humidity was through the roof and we just barely escaped the thunderstorm on our stroll. Only the adjacent rain hit us hard. Black clouds caught up on us and we decided to take cover at a barn. Not even a minute later it started to rain cats and dogs for ten minutes straight. Holy crap, that was cool to watch. :-) Also, the smell of rain was just beautiful.

@movq@www.uninformativ.de Yikes, true! The hail covered road looks super sick. I’m very glad living in my area.

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In-reply-to » Speaking of programming languages, I’m so glad that I’ve spent so much time doing C and a little bit of Assembler over the years. It’s the perfect foundation for my recently acquired retrocomputing hobby. 😅 You can target basically any platform with C – DOS, OS/2, Windows NT, UNIX, … Had I gone all-in on Java (as University and employers nudged me to in the mid-2000’s), I probably wouldn’t have this skill set now. 🤔

@movq@www.uninformativ.de Having juggled all the low level bits makes one also appreciate higher level languages. At least that’s my own experience.

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In-reply-to » The 26°C humidity was through the roof and we just barely escaped the thunderstorm on our stroll. Only the adjacent rain hit us hard. Black clouds caught up on us and we decided to take cover at a barn. Not even a minute later it started to rain cats and dogs for ten minutes straight. Holy crap, that was cool to watch. :-) Also, the smell of rain was just beautiful.

@xuu@txt.sour.is @bender Yeah, we’re quite lucky with this very, very wet summer this year. It’s supposed to be just 21°C today, good hiking conditions. Some nice 16°C to cool off the house right now, I love it. Tomorrow, temps are rising again, though.

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The 26°C humidity was through the roof and we just barely escaped the thunderstorm on our stroll. Only the adjacent rain hit us hard. Black clouds caught up on us and we decided to take cover at a barn. Not even a minute later it started to rain cats and dogs for ten minutes straight. Holy crap, that was cool to watch. :-) Also, the smell of rain was just beautiful.

We then decided to continue our return in the light drizzle. But it then got much heavier again and we got completely soaked. With the wet t-shirt and the wind it actually felt rather cold. I anticipated to get rained on, so I left my camera at home. Plenty of paths turned into brook landscapes, several centimeter deep creeks ran down the hilly trails. Quite fascinating. :-)

The sunset a few minutes ago wasn’t too bad:

Sunset

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