Instead of buying an extra monitor for my #c64 I use a cheap video grabber and #VLC now when I want to do stuff without occupying the family TV. Works pretty decent once I figured out all the command line foo: https://low.audioattack.de/viewing-the-output-of-a-c64-on-a-laptop-via-a-stk1160-based-video-grabber
Friend of a Friend: The Facebook That Could Have Been
Just installed /e/ on my good old MotoX Play. It comes with the latest security patches. While I love the MotoX Play hardware, I will not use it as a daily driver anymore since #LineageOS 16 is available for my #Fairphone2, but it is good to have an up to date backup. @e_mydata #FreeYourDevice #FreeYourAndroid
The most meaningful thing I did this year: I donated peripheral blood stem cells which helped somebody else to survive a terrible disease.
If you need a New Year's resolution, why not set the goal to register as a stem cell donor in 2020 (for example with #DKMS)?
Had to leave #36c3 today. I failed meeting several people I wanted to meet, but also had some unexpected encounters. I only attended 2 talks, but I held my first lightning talk and I attended a cool SMD soldering workshop. I had a blast, but will prepare myself better next time.
Watch me stepping out of my comfort zone. T -15 minutes
New firmware (1.13 Mushroom) for the #card10 badge and nobody told me.
So who in my timeline will be at #36c3?
Why I start hating to build free software are comments like these:
"Gadgetbridge always fetch wrong data from my watch. It seems like there is no plan to solve this issue. I'm totally disappointed."
Any idea how to deal with people who use software that was created by volunteers in their free time, and then complain and demand?