@alienghic @jalefkowit A CR box may not have sensors, but it does have a lot more surface area. That looks like it either doesn’t move a lot of air or is as loud as a jet.

Anyone know of a way to make a LUT from two images using Gnu/IMP or other Linux-friendly software?

My need: I have a video I recorded in split shifts last week. Apparently I must have knocked the white balance off on my light rig and everything's different on half of the video.

My thought is I should be able to take two stills and color match the one into a LUT that could be applied to the other in Kdenlive, but I'm not a colorist. Anyone have an idea?

My OnePlus 5 is dying had it since launch so I'm kind of stuck between getting a Fairphone 4 for Android and hoping Linux support for calls materialises or going full on Linux and purchasing a Pocophone F1 6Gb/128Gb. All I need really are calls and data and anything else would be a plus. A camera would be nice but not essential. Thoughts anyone ????
Please boost for a wider reach.

More sexism, more "the comments" 

This one I just had to reply to. I might come to regret it.

These dudes just keep coming over the last couple of days, I'm guessing I'm now on some sort of list.

I guess I made it? It's on my C64 video on YouTube. Men-on-the-internet, you're free to take a shift handling these dudes- I know I grow tired of it!

@kev @tootapp What license has it been released with?
Or is this he app closed source?

@chrisod I love plaintextsports. All I want are the scores

that CBCNews has a “lite” version of its website.

What other news sites have I been missing with similar features?

cbc.ca/lite/news

@Finner I had a friend in highschool that had the same diagnosis.

He stopped having them in his mid-20s. He would get them more when the weather turned, along with the other triggers (dehydration, heat, etc)

It sucks, and is very scary if you don’t know what’s happening.

This is what's currently happening in the US colony of Puerto Rico

Certificate done and site build scheduler finished, we should be live and running.

Now its time to make cinnamon rolls.

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Homepage moved and DNS updated. I still need to setup the certificate but I should be able to do that this afternoon.

Next up, gitea and Nextcloud. After that, maybe this entire instance.

@Felipe_B @Finner Exactly. I’m planning on one box for the web facing, on a completely different network, that has all the services and then leave the other network for my personal stuff.

@dheadshot it’s not, and the price for a static is stupid

@Felipe_B what are the largest risks to “hacks”.

Typically they are social engineering within the corporations that have your data.

Configuring you firewall, static website, dockers, etc so that no one compromised service can affect your entire infrastructure, at home, isn’t a big deal anymore.

Couple that with encryption at rest and the risk, IMO for “hacking” is higher with trusting big tech.

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