Do you like repository badges but don't like including them from someone else's server? Two days ago, I released ./badges - a generator for badges that you can download as a single, dependency-free, batteries-included binary (or build from source of course 😉). I have also published a number of generic badges under CC0. Check it out on @codeberg - https://codeberg.org/lhinderberger/dot-slash-badges #foss
Apparently the new audacity owners are adding telemetry to it :/ This is....concerning. Especially because that PR discussion has _zero_ opposition to the feature being added
EEPROMs flashed, both cartridges (Versa64 cart, Super Snapshot v5 clone) work. 🥳 #c64
New firmware update for your @firstname.lastname@example.org: v1.17 R2R Rocket: https://card10.badge.events.ccc.de/firmware/firmwareupdate/
Lot's of new features including BLE peripheral support from MicroPython 1.14.
Even if you don't speak German you can at least take a look at the golden #c64 and the #Commodore museum in Brunswick/Germany: https://www.ndr.de/nachrichten/niedersachsen/unserschatz/Unser-Schatz-Erinnern-Sie-sich-an-Ihren-ersten-Computer,unserschatz178.html
Exercise 2: Fill an EEPROM with 8 Radar Rat Race ROM images and run it by putting it in the Super Snapshot V5. I hope the #c64 police won't come for me. I think I should get a more appropriate solution. 😂
Excuse me, Sir, is that anti-static packaging? #EEPROM
Regular next door nerd. Toots in EN and DE.
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