@paul / @email@example.com y'all have any opinions about how to avoid tinnitus when debugging audio dsp routines? I have to use headphones due to house configuration, but I'm open to whatever.
was doing something that seemed pretty benign last night, and even without too high volume, I was suffering.
as always there is a bug in any code you post.
most of this shanzhai article focuses on the counter fitting aspect, but the part that is interesting to me is
"The prevalence of shanzhai mobile phones is usually attributed to their low price, multi-functional performance, and imitations of trendy mobile phone design. Although shanzhai companies do not use branding as a marketing strategy, they are known for their flexibility of design to meet specific market needs"
sorry for federated pals, this is pretty context free! I'm making a drum machine thingy.
last night I got lua running - this is displaying output in a webbrowser with lua running on the board.
Old news for people that use circuitpython, but having a compiler free path for writing code on an embedded device is very exciting for me.
hopefully I'll be able to make a little web script editor as well, so you won't even need a text editor.
(Above post reposted due to silly math error)
In other words: if Friend Camp never had local only posting, we would not have cohered as a community, and we would have contributed far less to the fediverse as a whole than we do with the ability to post unfederated.
Friend Camp has about 50 active users and I just noticed we have more than half a million posts here since August 2018! I mean that's 11 a day per person on average but still. That seems wild to me.
Last I checked something like 75% of our posts are unfederated. That's still 125 thousand posts sent to the fediverse. I think local-only posting increases the vitality of community, increasing the volume of overall activity, and contributing more to the fediverse than a less vital instance would.
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