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schestowitz"Here you can find the minutes of the Annual General Meeting of SUEPO The Hague which took place on November 9, 2022 from 17:15 to 20:10 (physical) at Welgelegen in Rijswijk"Dec 08 04:19
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schestowitz"Hey ! Glad to see you are still on here ! Happy holidays bro ! Nav"Dec 08 10:00
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schestowitz                                    <h5><a href="">Tips for analyzing logs</a></h5>Dec 08 14:08
-TechBytesBot/ | Tips for analyzing logsDec 08 14:08
schestowitz                                    <blockquote>Dec 08 14:08
schestowitz                                        <p>Hello! I’ve been working on writing a zine about debugging for a while now (we’re getting close to finishing it!!!!), and one of the pages is about analyzing logs. I asked for some tips on Mastodon and got WAY more tips than could fit on the page, so I thought I’d write a quick blog post.</p>Dec 08 14:08
schestowitz                                        <p>I’m going to talk about log analysis in the context of distributed systems debugging (you have a bunch of servers with different log files and you need to work out what happened) since that’s what I’m most familiar with.</p>Dec 08 14:08
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schestowitz <li>Dec 08 14:25
schestowitz                <h5><a href="">How To Import and Use Microsoft Excel Templates on LibreOffice Calc</a></h5>Dec 08 14:25
-TechBytesBot/ | How To Import and Use Microsoft Excel Templates on LibreOffice CalcDec 08 14:25
schestowitz                <blockquote>Dec 08 14:25
schestowitz                    <p>This tutorial will help you be more productive with LibreOffice Calc by taking benefit of the existing, thousands of Microsoft Excel's templates on the internet. Thanks to LibreOffice compatibility features, this is possible. With this, you can quickly make invoices, receipts, project management, budget plans, financial reports, bookkeeping, teacher/student records and many more. Let's try now! </p>Dec 08 14:25
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schestowitz                                    <h5><a href="">My Debian Activities in November 2022</a></h5>Dec 08 14:56
schestowitz                                    <blockquote>Dec 08 14:56
-TechBytesBot/#techbytes-My Debian Activities in November 2022 – blog.alteholz.euDec 08 14:56
schestowitz                                        <p>This was my hundred-first month that I did some work for the Debian LTS initiative, started by Raphael Hertzog at Freexian.</p>Dec 08 14:56
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schestowitz                                    <h5><a href="">DIY digital spool scale tells you how much filament is left</a></h5>Dec 08 15:09
-TechBytesBot/ | DIY digital spool scale tells you how much filament is left | Arduino BlogDec 08 15:09
schestowitz                                    <blockquote>Dec 08 15:09
schestowitz                                        <p>Every popular slicer on the market will provide a fairly accurate estimate of the amount of filament (in mass and length) that a job will require. To determine if you have enough filament, you just need to know the length of the filament left on the spool or its weight. Figuring out the length is almost impossible unless you track the feed over time, but it is easy to weigh the filament. As long as you can Dec 08 15:09
schestowitzsubtract the weight of the spool (set the tare), you can determine if you have enough filament. This device both weighs the current spool and subtracts the tare.</p>Dec 08 15:09
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schestowitz                                    <h5><a href="">Being a PLC engineer just became a lot easier!</a></h5>Dec 08 15:30
schestowitz                                    <blockquote>Dec 08 15:30
schestowitz                                        <p>That’s why we have just launched a dedicated Arduino PLC IDE, which supports the five languages defined by the IEC 61131-3 standard: Ladder Diagram, Functional Block Diagram, Structured Text, Sequential Function Chart and Instruction List.</p>Dec 08 15:30
schestowitz                                    </blockquote>Dec 08 15:30
-TechBytesBot/ | Being a PLC engineer just became a lot easier! | Arduino BlogDec 08 15:30
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schestowitz                                    <h5><a href="">Monitoring environmental pollution with the Arduino MKR WAN 1300</a></h5>Dec 08 15:35
schestowitz                                    <blockquote>Dec 08 15:35
schestowitz                                        <p>Guillen’s system relies on two Arduino MKR WAN 1300 boards, which communicate with each other over the LoRaWAN long-range network, along with a Nano 33 IoT for sending the received data to a web API endpoint over WiFi. The transmitting MKR WAN 1300 is connected to a suite of sensors that measure temperature, humidity, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in the air. Then, Dec 08 15:35
schestowitzat preset intervals, each sensor is read and the resulting measurements are sent to an awaiting receiver MKR WAN 1300 board.</p>Dec 08 15:35
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-TechBytesBot/ | Monitoring environmental pollution with the Arduino MKR WAN 1300 | Arduino BlogDec 08 15:35
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schestowitz                <h5><a href="">A Tiny RISC-V Emulator Runs Linux With No MMU. And Yes, It Runs DOOM!</a></h5>Dec 08 16:11
-TechBytesBot/#techbytes-A Tiny RISC-V Emulator Runs Linux With No MMU. And Yes, It Runs DOOM! | HackadayDec 08 16:11
schestowitz                <blockquote>Dec 08 16:11
schestowitz                    <p>It’s something of an article of faith, that to run Linux your computer must include a hardware memory management unit, or MMU. To an extent it’s true, in that for a Linux-based system to shine it must have that hardware, but in fact there has been support for MMU-less Linux for many years now. Prolific hacker [cnlohr] has created an emulated simple RISCV processor without an MMU, and not only does it run Linux, it also Dec 08 16:11
schestowitzruns DOOM.</p>Dec 08 16:11
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