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We cleaned up our scout material store. I fixed a few handcarts and Schwedenstühle, maybe Swedish chairs, not sure what you actually call them in English. They look like that: https://dasmaranda.de/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/Eins.jpg They fold into each other for transport.
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@firstname.lastname@example.org At first I thought you for sure are going to name Acca Dacca, Midnight Oil or Men At Work. :-D I Only knew the Bee Gees.
@email@example.com These are baged christmas biscuits that have all been sold (and perhaps even been eaten) by now. Something like that: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/65/Weihnachtskeks%28RobertK%29.jpg
@firstname.lastname@example.org With a second pair of socks, work boots this time and a little thicker jacket it wasn’t so bad anymore riding my bike to the market again. Quite alright actually. 1°C at the moment.
@email@example.com You upholsterer loves your dog, though.
3°C on the thermometer today, but with the icy wind it feels subzero. Brrr. I don’t go out again until just the scout xmas market gets dismantled.
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As written, it really wasn’t too bad at all, @firstname.lastname@example.org. Being in motion also helps. ;-) Oh yes, @email@example.com. This time the foggy morning extended to the evening and even into this morning now. :-D And will probably continue a few more days.
Hell yeah, this is an amazing castle out of building blocks made over the course of two years: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZnau3_W_Y8
Surprise rain all day long, so the birds weren’t around. Armed with rain trousers and rain jackets we went on a drizzle hike this afternoon. It was very nice. The 4°C didn’t feel that cold at all. More like 10°C. The plastic layer made for a good greenhouse. I had to strip my gloves and beanie a few minutes into the walk.
@firstname.lastname@example.org Woah, crazy! The landscape looks like a miniature land again. :-D Very gray here for days. Haven’t seen colorful morning or evening skys this week.
@email@example.com Looking nice! :-)
Camera placed on tripod to record the titmice and produced only almost empty videos. As soon as the battery was empty, they all came out again. Obviously!
Trying again tomorrow.
@firstname.lastname@example.org Ah! Schlampige Arbeit, gleich mal Geld zurückverlangen. :-P
@email@example.com Wow, that’s a lot. Never experienced that much around here. Only in the alps. With the climate change we have less and less snow each year. Last season there were maybe five days where snow actually settled. Definitely less than ten days. Decades ago we had several weeks of snow. So enjoy it while you still have it around. It’ll probably be a thing of the past before you know it. Yeah, currently it feels like a burden, I know. Happy snow shoveling!
@firstname.lastname@example.org Hähähä, stimmt, aus dem Blickwinkel hab ich das noch gar nicht betrachtet! :-D Ich dachte, dass der angezeigte Blumentopf schon so einige Monate auf dem Buckel hat. Das Datum sieht nach 10. März oder gar Februar aus. Vermutlich dieses Jahr. August oder September können’s nicht sein, denn der Bogen oben links ist offen und nicht geschlossen, also kommen nur 2 und 3 in Frage, nicht jedoch 8 und 9.
Irgendwie unterlag ich der Annahme, dass Aktenzeichen öffentlich zugänglich wären. Aber das muss ein Irrtum sein, denn ich konnt auf die Schnelle auch nix finden. Bin gespannt, was Du uns in Zukunft in der Sache noch so alles berichten wirst. :-)
@email@example.com Hahaha! 30-40 centimeters in front of me it peeled off. I could really hear the correcting emergency wing beats. :-)
Today at noon a great titmouse raced around the corner of the house and almost flew into my face. Symbolic picture:
@firstname.lastname@example.org Wir befinden uns im Jahre 2022 nach Christus und ganz Deutschland ist von Bürokratie besetzt. Ganz Deutschland? Nein, ein von unbeugsamen Bienen besuchter Blumenkübel hört nicht auf, Widerstand zu leisten. Vielleicht kannst Du ja über das Aktenzeichen etwas in Erfahrung bringen. Interessiert mich auch. :-) Dem Zustand des Zettels nach muss das ja schon eine ganze Weile so gehen. Aber dann wundert mich, dass der ein oder andere Sturm dem Blumentopf samt Inhalt noch nicht den Garaus gemacht hat. Gut, vermutlich rechtzeitig in Sicherheit gebracht worden, um dann wieder rausgestellt zu werden. :-)
@email@example.com Yeah, I’ve read about the pet story, too. Very interesting. I know of two dovecots here in the countryside, not sure what their primary reason is, though. Some years ago a mate and I witnessed how a buzzard or something along that nature attacked a pidgeon in the air several times and finally threw it to the ground. I think it didn’t make it in the end. That was fascinating to see, but also very cruel. Well, simply nature. :-/
Cool trick with these pidgeon homes, never heard of them before.
@firstname.lastname@example.org Holy moly, that’s really amazing. Like she doesn’t need arms at all. At least from what I could see in the video, no idea what they told in Spanish. Wow, never seen such precisely controlled human feet. Hats off!
@email@example.com I see. Looking forward to a change. :-)
@firstname.lastname@example.org Was zum Henker!? :-D
This bleve thingy is not very confidence assuring if you ask me: https://lyse.isobeef.org/tmp/what-the-fucking-fuck.png Anyways, my time is up for today. I have to fix my broken rebase in yarns tomorrow, it’s successfully panicking at the moment. Hurray!
@email@example.com That’s very laudable. However, Selenium is a piece of total shit, straight from hell. I’ve never seen it work reliably. So better don’t have any tests than constantly failing tests where you don’t know if it’s just yet another random test framework glitch or a real problem with your code. Unfortunately, I don’t know of an automated UI testing tool/framework/library that does not completely suck, so I believe, there just is no such thing. And it also cannot really work if you think about it. If there is a UI, there’s no way to get off without manual testing. Sadly. Very sadly. :-( (Yes, one can check the generated HTML, but there’s a lot more to UI testing in my mind.)
@firstname.lastname@example.org @email@example.com Ta. Interesting, I didn’t know that name, never heard of it. It even didn’t occur to me that this is not a Stadttaube (feral pigeon) but some other species. Stadttauben are the prototype pidgeons I know.
@firstname.lastname@example.org Then kill it with fire. ;-)
github.com/vcraescu/go-paginator pulls in several databases such as
github.com/denisenkom/go-mssqldb and a few other things. Admittedly, only in its tests, but still. Probably still worth looking for a replacement or doing it completely on our own, depending on what is actually needed. Also, I just noticed that this blackfriday markdown library is included in both v1 and v2. I’m sure there are other libraries with the same issue. Gotta do some spring cleaning.
@email@example.com This graph shows all transitive dependencies, but also includes test-only libraries, that don’t make it into the actual productive binary. Dependency removal is always a very good thing. Btw, is anybody using this selenium crap in the tests directory? That’s a low hanging fruit I believe (doesn’t prune whole a lot, though). Awesome, I didn’t know about the
why sub command, thanks! At work I wrote a script to filter the
go mod graph output in order to find the path(s) how a certain package is pulled in.
@firstname.lastname@example.org With yarnd being one of the exceptions:
go mod graph | wc -l results in 3540. :-D
go mod graph | gomodot | dot -Tpng -o graph.png gives this piece of art:
Watch out, the large version is 42.6 MiB in size! https://lyse.isobeef.org/tmp/yarnd-dependency-graph.png
@email@example.com Damn! :‘-D Hahahahaha, this is fucking brilliant! :’-D
Oh boy, that’s a hell of a beautiful wood! Slabbing Iowa’s largest cherry tree: https://youtu.be/xNqZyLGLgKM
@firstname.lastname@example.org Ta. :-) It’s definitely a hundred times easier to take some pleasant photos with sunshine, that’s for sure.
@email@example.com Haha, yeah, regardless of where they come from, best to always avoid leaks. :-)
Lucky you! Once these birds fly away, they’re usually gone and I’m never be able to see them again that day.
@firstname.lastname@example.org The idea was to see whether you find the source without me obviously citing it. And you did. Good job. :-)
Encountered my very first boar in the wild ever. I thought I scared up a deer (earlier I saw one crossing the path 30 meters ahead of me) in the covert, but surprisingly an adult wild boar ran out. Before I realized it was running away, I was a little scared. But then super excited. Quite a large animal. And luckily there weren’t any piglets around anymore this time of the year. Otherwise I might have been attacked. As usual, I didn’t capture this situation on film.
@email@example.com Oh, at what floor are you? That must be a super high tower. And now looking at the first photo it is. Wow!
Your shots look magnificent. You captured the foggy atmosphere very well. I love the raptor photos in particular. Also 4321 and 4332 look fantastic.
Here the sun is out, so I reckon I head out, too. You got me inspired. :-)
@firstname.lastname@example.org /me melts and evaporates…
@email@example.com Yeah, not too shabby. :-D Even secretly cited (not sure if anybody on yarnd noticed). :-P
@firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you, glad you noticed it! :-D
At 27 the light was already mostly gone. I had to throw away plenty of photos from then on. 31 and following were taken past sunset. 31 was the last one I took freehand. Four the next skyline and moon photos I braced my camera on the side of trees as several minutes had passed since 31. So it was just too dark and calculated exposure times went through the roo^Wsky. Not the slightest chance to do anything without a support. Unfortunately, I cannot control exposure manually. For 35 I could balance my camera on top of a fence post. An internet distribution box was my makeshift tripod for 36. They all took several attempts, maybe 30-40 in total.
Uuhh, while typing these lines, two large herons fly past the window.