Alright, at closer examination the “u” has a small prong in the left lower corner.
@email@example.com Oh, even Fraktur! It took me brute force to decypher “Heute”, mainly due to the “H”. Both “n” and “u” look identical to me, so my brain tricked me into believing that it of course has to be an “n”. Looks quite beautiful, keep it coming.
@firstname.lastname@example.org I can’t tell, are these steps brown or purple? What kind of wood is that? Nice garden!
This is completely deranged, but hilarious, I love it. Grinder Discs That Shouldn’t Exist | QUAD BLADE: https://youtu.be/qJEgi2tNJqI
@bender Great work, looking good, mate! I hope the third round goes equally smoothly.
@ychbn This is an interesting read, very cool!
Heck, yeah! Look who came to pay me a visit!
I should have closed the door to avoid the heat escape into the video frame.
@email@example.com Noice! Especially the first one looks like miniature wonderland. :-)
@firstname.lastname@example.org Nice, even not too little!
@email@example.com Great introduction to threat models! I’d love to have seen that when we were about to create one ourselves at work. :-)
@firstname.lastname@example.org A bit of snow, indeed:
Don’t know if that’s uncommon or not. Haven’t attended so many funerals (yet).
The surprisingly powerful sun was out and made the -3°C really not too bad at all. In direct sunlight it felt much warmer than yesterday. There were even more trees piled up next to the forest road this time. The dude had cut down really a lot. His forwarder made super deep (easily 50-70 cm) mud holes everywhere. Looking quite creepy now.
The neighbor district had about 8 cm of snow, we only got 4 cm I’d say. Quite weird, because they’re actually a bit lower lower in altitude. It was great fun, though, walking through the snow.
That’s an interesting list: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time_formatting_and_storage_bugs?useskin=vector
@mckinley Phew, the German Wikipedia still looks the same. What sucks in the new English layout is that I have to open a stupid menu first in order to switch languages. To make things worse, at most eight items are visible at the same time. Menus should be illegal in the web. Thanks for the
Thanks, @prologic. In the beginning my hands were quite cold, indeed. But after a bit of walking, I heated up. Even had to strip my scarf on the ascend.
Like last Thursday, I went on a hike after lunch and enjoyed the 0°C cool daylight. Gotta make use of the flextime, I can work when it’s dark. :-)
When passing the sheep I smelled all of them. It was a surpringly pleasant odor in the air. Sheep often stink a bit, but not this time. Forest workers made use of the slightly frozen ground and pulled out plenty of trees. I even came across a working forwarder. Photos turned out all shitty, though.
Entering and leaving the mountain village, I ran into a funeral. I was glad to wear my good hiking boots, the path up the mountain was one thick sheet of ice. Very hard to walk on. At the summit, the Berg-Back-Buben (“Mountain baking boys”) were active and put their baked goods into the oven. Never witnessed that moment before. That smelled really, really awesome.
@prologic At least that’s the goal. However, progress will not be made until the weekend, that’s for sure.
@prologic Tview itself ships a list and tree widget, but they’re extremely limited. List items must all have either one or two lines, tree items can only be one line long.
Oh no, there are a few holes in Git: https://x41-dsec.de/security/research/news/2023/01/17/git-security-audit-ostif/