Wrote up a readme for my bash project so I could actually make the repo public -- it needs some other things before I'm ready to go spreading it around, but that was an important step I've been putting off for a while. https://github.com/relsqui/oobash
I haven’t yet looked at the mastodon source (ruby is one of few programming languages I’m not familiar with and I haven’t gotten around to it) but I was wondering, does it have a plugin system? It feels like it should. Lots of instances seem to be running various forks to add minor features, many of which are reimplemented/borrowed across multiple forks. It feels like having hooks and plugins would be an easier way to add a variable set of modifications as you want them?
@eightbitsamurai It's just 90 minutes of Neo and Trinity saying "the red pill was based on premarin. Being red-pilled is a transgender metaphor" to the screen over and over.
Shit I just realised this could actually *work*. In a terrible, very bad way. If the equipment draws <~20W, and has a universal AC converter with a wide input voltage range, then 48V DC across the live and neutral could actually quite likely end up supplying correctly to the device. I feel dirty now.
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