As an example, I would usually spend a minute looking how I can make an HTTP GET request, but with Hy I know it's (.get requests myurl). This all adds up to half (or more) my time saved.
Shynet is the best (small, has all the things I care about) self-hosted analytics package I've used so far.
Give it a go!
@MilesMcCain@twitter.com perhaps think about having a paid-for hosted version? It might bring in some income.
And the 2020 Grammy goes to...
@JuiceSSH@twitter.com any way you could add support for this?
I posted a new article on my site: Using FIDO2 USB authenticators with SSH https://www.stavros.io/posts/u2f-fido2-with-ssh/
Imgur doesn't have a web UI any more? I can't find a login link on the mobile website.
So glad http://IMGZ.org exists so I don't have to deal with this bs.
I did another live stream, where I design a kitchen sponge holder and forget to tell anyone I'm doing a live stream so nobody watched:
Does anyone know how/if I can get a YouTube stream URL *before* I start the stream, so I can send it to people early?
I decided (at @email@example.com's suggestion) that, since I'm designing/soldering/programming/making things all the time, I'll stream some of them:
Click the bell to be notified of the next time I stream!
Hey @firstname.lastname@example.org, do you want to join our webring of cool people making stuff with tech? I really like your site.
Hey @email@example.com! I'm making a Maker webring (https://webring.stavros.io/) and have been following your blog, I saw your baby grand post and I'd like it if you joined.
Would you be at all interested?
I've recently needed a very small, schemaless Python ORM with good performance and guarantees, but didn't find much.
Fortunately, a small project I wrote years ago fit the bill:
Give it a shot, I'm rediscovering that it's actually really nice.
After browser push notifications, Dead Man's Switch now supports Telegram notifications! Never miss a liveness check again:
This is a fantastic service for testing webhooks: https://webhook.site/
I needed a way to install packages from Github that didn't have apt repositories, so I wrote a short script that will take some repository names, find the latest .deb in releases, and install/upgrade it if it's not already installed:
Astronaut, part-time dad, professional voice actor, F1 driver, liar.
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