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Joined 1Y ago
Cake day: Jul 03, 2022


First thing that came to my mind: Though I confused London and Scotland😁

Does it support visuals like ProjectM?

Sounds familiar to me😂

Slidge XMPP bridge to other networks
Slidge is a xmpp server bridge to many closed networks, e.g WhatsApp signal Telegram. It is in a very early stage and very actively developed. Progress is getting better and better, for me currently one of the most important XMPP projects

8 legs are missing🤣

drone seems up and running :)

I ran cargo install lemmy_server in the official Docker Image of Rust:

  • Memory Usage was ok (approx. 1,5 GB)
  • CPU Usage was at peak 100% of all Cores.
    load average: 6,15, 6,23, 5,84
  • The command finished in
    Finished release [optimized] target(s) in 35m 03s
    real    35m6.253s
    user    179m50.287s
    sys     4m23.684s

is it ok to test it inside a docker image? as i use this machine for my gitlab instance as a runner from time to time, and like to keep the host system clean. In fact only docker and the gitlab-runner is currently installed.

One thing I’ve forgotten, The Disk Space is not the biggest (therefore I always cleanup my used docker instances in my gitlab-ci build process):

root@virusrockpro2:~# df -h
Dateisystem    Größe Benutzt Verf. Verw% Eingehängt auf
udev            1,9G       0  1,9G    0% /dev
tmpfs           387M     40M  347M   11% /run
/dev/mmcblk1p1  116G     32G   84G   28% /
tmpfs           1,9G       0  1,9G    0% /dev/shm
tmpfs           5,0M    4,0K  5,0M    1% /run/lock
tmpfs           1,9G       0  1,9G    0% /tmp
/dev/zram1      146M     36M  100M   27% /var/log
tmpfs           387M     28K  387M    1% /run/user/1000

will that be enough?

I could provide an arm64 builder running on a rockpro64 but it could be that the specs aren’t good enough

Gitlab self hosted is worth a try. you can fine tune every service it uses. And disable unwanted features, and the community edition supports oauth login provider, which circumvents the need for a separate user account creation. I for example run my instance on a single raspberry pi 4 and it runs pretty well.

Another great simple alternative I really like is fossil (from the creator of sqlite)

revealjs also supports markdown, beside HTML and IIRC asciidoc. I really love the web approach🙂

3-1=2 I guess… 🙂

I don’t get the hype of matrix. XMPP is federated too, has many server implementation’s e.g ejabberd, prosody, tigase, and the clients for mobile devices have improved drastically. I would love to have an profile field for entering my XMPP address

@ronny, there is nothing wrong in particular with the linux Kernel Performance. I’ve only read here and there that he has become a little “messy” over the time e.g. mixed assembler/C/C++ Code (and in more recent versions RUST) inside. And the aspect that a new Kernel is completely written in one language which aims to be really good at Memory Management seems a good Idea to test. I would love to see a more Technical Comparison between the linux Kernel and the RedoxOS Kernel regarding IO latency Memory Management and so on :)

I’m looking forward to test too, is the performance better compared to the Linux kernel?

yea for serious projects which should stay free GPLv3 is a really good choice. On my fun projects I chose wtfpl 🙃

… And yellow against yellow🤪

There is also collabora for nextcloud which runs pretty well🙂

Gitlab Community edition self hosted. E.g with my arm64 Docket Image. The source code can be found on my instance, gitlab and github 🙂

already Updated without any issues

Sadly only for the business edition… Will it be available for the community edition someday too? yes it will come for the community edition too. That are great news🙂

Using anonymous search engines e.g instances from helps escaping the bubble 🙂

IIRC the nextcloud talk is based on XMPP, though unfortunately not (yet) fully compatible to external client’s

Wünsche auch allen einen schönen Sonntag. Ich möchte den Lemmy Entwicklern allen Instanzen und Inhalt erstellern danken, für ein so schönes system das einfach aufzusetzen ist und dadurch die Diversität und Unabhängigkeit im Netz fördert.

Keep up the great work!☺️

In my opinion the world isn’t that black and white. For example in my experience let’s compare eclipse (FOSS) Netbeans (I think it was FOSS too) and Intellij. Eclipse and Netbeans were both great IDE’s in the early days. The open plugin architecture of eclipse made Netbeans a de-facto dead project. But the extremely pluggable architecture of eclipse became the biggest disadvantage, e.g there were plugins which were incompatible together and it happened really fast that you broke your IDE. Besides the many legacy interfaces which were still present because of backwards compatibility made it really difficult for a new plugin developer to know which interface to choose for which functionalities. Then there were Jetbrains with their new (proprietary) IDE Intellij, which came long after eclipse, and increased there Market in a very short time, with a very stable piece of software and a clean and intuitive UI.

I was a long time user and defender of eclipse, but in the last 2 years I worked with Intellij and never looked back.

I get a 404 error when trying to open that link

JonnytoMemes@lemmy.mlUh oh...

really good trick, the downside (for me) is that after a big meal I’m tired and lazy which unfortunately leads me to not being able to be so tricky ;)

Doesn’t sym linking the theme works too? I’m using the alternatives way in Ubuntu

Which peer tube Version is known to work with Lemmy? I always have the following behaviour:

I only get a few videos synced once (after subscribing) and then nothing new is synced from this peer tube instance. I tested on my own Lemmy instance and

I like SearxNG. There are many free instances and it’s relatively easy to host your own🙂