carsten

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Thoughts of a nerd and software engineer -- 🇩🇪🇳🇱👫🍎🐧☕🐟🦐 -- Carsten (operator of yarn.zn80.net, a 🧶Yarn.social pod)

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Oh, dear. I have to learn C# now. And I think, Razor, Blazor …. stuff. Next project I am assigned to. The ditched the whole Python thing because of, reasons??? 🤷

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I am pleased to announce that I received new glasses. Still a bit different to wear. New frame of course too. But, everything is now very sharp, and I can already feel that my eyes are much more relaxed.

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In-reply-to » Decentralized Social Media Project Nostr's Damus Gets Listed On Apple App Store Nostr, a startup decentralized social network, got its Twitter-like Damus application listed on Apple's App Store. CoinDesk reports: Nostr is an open protocol that aims to create a censorship-resistant global social network. Media commentators have described it as a possible alternative to Elon Musk's Twitter. Accordi ... ⌘ Read more

@prologic@twtxt.net This looks like twtxt

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In-reply-to » Good Morning Everyone. What a beautiful day. Storm, high wind speed, rain, a closed main entrance because of falling tiles from the ceiling, a wet entrance because of a "forgotten" ceiling after the ceiling where tiles fall off. Amazing!!!

@eaplmx@twtxt.net Sorry for late reply. That is wttr.in

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In-reply-to » Mmhh I thought I can use SONARR to automatically download news shows from the state funded public tv channels, but no, I can't. That's a bummer. Looking for another solution now. Maybe some rss downloader running in the background? TubeSync is nice, but only for YouTube.

@mckinley@twtxt.net Yes in the end I did sth like that. Which was then easier than I thought.

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In-reply-to » @carsten Something is off with your server. I have a lot of trouble with the official twtxt client's Python AsyncIO to fetch your feed for a few days. Always get a ServerTimeoutError('Connection timeout to host https://yarn.zn80.net/user/carsten/twtxt.txt'). It turns out, both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses are resolved and the v6 one is preferred. However, connecting via v6 (2606:54c0:5540:18::14:2a4) fails and an attempt with v4 (81.172.204.59) is not made at all, the whole thing just aborts. :-( (I believe this is an error with aiohttp.)

@lyse@lyse.isobeef.org I hope everything is working now again. My Provider had some issues while upgrading from 300 to 450MBit this month.

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