david

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In-reply-to » Gals, Gals of Yarn.social / Twtxt... I think we've all been a bit too "Texty" of late 😅 I think we all need to get outside in the great outdoors and snap some pretty pics and start sharing the wonders and beauties of the world before there isn't much left to wonder at 😂 #Yarn #Media

@prologic@twtxt.net “Hello everyone on Yarn.social/Twtxt…” would be what I recommend. It covers, well, everyone. :-)

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In-reply-to » @justamoment i've always enjoyed black tea. i still have to watch the caffeine content. i picked up some rooibos tea recently and have enjoyed it.

@mutefall@twtxt.net hahaha! I imagined you with all the missing items as described. There is nothing like sipping a good tea, at the right time, in the right place. The sencha experience was very peculiar for me, as the tea is slightly bitter, but seconds, or minutes, after drinking it it feels sweet down the throat. I truly like it.

At night, I prefer chamomile herbal hot infusion. If makes me sleep fairly well. Some call it tea, but that is wrong.

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In-reply-to » @prologic wellll, i was talking about both the GUI front-end and the command-line one (which I tried to build), and macOS if anything, it's actually different to *BSD (because Darwin/XNU, even though I know it has code from freebsd)

@thecanine@twtxt.net that kool aid has been going on since forever. I just don’t get it. If I don’t like to use something—for whatever reason—I simply don’t. The hate for Apple, whether is the company, or its products, is equivalent to Apple “fanboyism”; both extremes are equally stupid.

You can’t compare Microsoft Windows, or Android, with macOS/iOS. The first two were not specifically designed to run on—and take full advantage of—a set hardware. It is proven they all have their niche. As with everything in life, there is always something for everyone. Some people love Microsoft Windows, and Android, and that’s alright. Others like Apple hardware, the software that comes with it, as is. And others, like @prologic@twtxt.net, tweak it to their liking (I do tweak my macOS too, but use the Apple “ecosystem” way more than @prologic@twtxt.net). It’s that simple.

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In-reply-to » @prologic wellll, i was talking about both the GUI front-end and the command-line one (which I tried to build), and macOS if anything, it's actually different to *BSD (because Darwin/XNU, even though I know it has code from freebsd)

@novaburst@twt.nfld.uk because, you know, everything needs to be free! ☭ I heard 2022 might be, finally, the year of the Linux desktop. What is shitty now might become usable soon! 😂😜

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In-reply-to » I carved a drawer knob from scrap wood. Took me an hour. But I had fun. And it was the second time I used my gouges. At first I tried to kinda match the turned one, but noticed very quickly that this is not gonna happen. Not at all. Not enough room for the tools to hit the spots. And also the wood is too crappy. So, I just freestyled it.

@lyse@lyse.isobeef.org well done! Are you going to varnish it? I envy your space to be able to have a neat workshop for your hobbies, and the like. No such luxury here. 😩

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In-reply-to » Spent the better part of the day debugging sporadic network failures in a kubernetes cluster.

@movq@www.uninformativ.de it surely looks like a k8s bug. One would expect residual iptables to be flushed once pods are destroyed. If they are not, that’s a bug. Sadly, I don’t know much about k8s. Have learning about it on my TODO list.

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