Audacity has a new CLA that nobody likes, Freenode begins hijacking channels, DMCA takedown notices for downloading Ubuntu, and controlling OBS with a Raspberry Pi powered StreamDeck.
04:30 Freenode highjacking channels
09:00 New Audacity CLA
14:20 DMCA for downloading Ubuntu
18:00 Nvidia retires 600/700 drivers
23:25 1.44MB of Linux with Floppinux
26:55 MSI Dragon center for Linux
31:25 New systems added to Libreboot
35:10 GIF overlays for your terminal
40:15 RasPi powered Decklinks for OBS
45:50 New POE for the Pi
50:55 Phineas bling for your Pi
- This guy, wow.
- Lee seized over 700 channels because they mentioned libera.chat in their topic.
- This includes projects like openbsd, wikimedia, FOSDEM, etc.
- Whatever strategy Lee is applying is impervious to logic.
- Yes, abuse of power very much describes what’s happening here to a T
- And pretty much cements the complaints the previous staffers had as fact
- And paints the crown prince of questionable business practices as the unmistakable bad guy.
- Will Audacity remain open-source?
- Get the popcorn!
- “We detected some bittorrent traffic! You’re a filthy pirate.”
- It would be nice if Canonical Legal gave them and the claimant a good smack.
- Google the hash 4ba4fbf7231a3a660e86892707d25c135533a16a.
- One of the results is for “Rebirth 2016 hdrip” from 5 years ago.
- It’s now showing the Ubuntu info.
- The 750 and Ti will remain supported, since those are Maxwell cards.
- And if the 470 branch is to become the new long lived branch, that 770 or 780 will keep you going through the drought.
- The good news being that NVE0 support in nouveau is pretty much baked minus SLI and power management.
- There is a market for 1.44MB thumb drives.
- You think I’m joking.
- Dude is a day walker *hissis*
- Project had to run the latest kernel, ability to mount more floppy, include support tools, and have documentation.
- You have the whole breakdown of what it needs to work.
- That’s… that’s impressive!
- If you are going to release a GUI app for fan control you might want to include a, ya know, screenshot.
- Supports fan control (auto basic boost).
- Has a graph.
- Widget is in alpha testing.
- If you managed to get your mitts on one of the OS-less MSI laptops and installed Linux on it, this is probably something you want to try.
- Acer G43T-AM3 (desktop)
- Lenovo ThinkPad R500, Lenovo ThinkPad X301 (lappy)
- 18 systems so far, not bad.
- The x301 is a nice thinkpad
- Leah offers to sell preflashed laptops but there are none in stock at the moment, that I could see.
- Can you make them randomly make noises?
- Asking for a potential victim friend.
- Now you can have your waifu in all manner of uncomfortable positions splayed all over your X11 windows.
- The correct way to use your Streamdeck on Linux with OBS.
- You’re going to need a Pi3 or 4 if you plan to go that route.
- You can run Companion on anything, including your PC for a localhost connection.
- No more annoying window focus issues.
- 5min video and a handy step-by-step guide on the webzone.
- This will work with the babby Streamdeck all the way up to ze big Chungus.
- There are tons of connections for controlling IOT, lighting etc.
- Work has been started on a connection for Ardour / Mixbus.
Slice of Pi
- Still $20.
- Runs cooler… don’t tell freza.
- I can deliver 25W of the devils electrons.
- I have A poe device in the studio. It’s the wifi access point.
- Still have trust issues.
- 25W is right along the spec for 802.3at.
- With that much power you can drive a PI4 at full tilt with all attachments without a problem.
- CNC aluminum hotness.
- At least it has fins on the top unlike the Argon one.
- I would still go with the Argon one.
- Lot more for a lot less.
- $70 for two CNCed chunks of aluminum is probably not stupid extensive all things considered.
- But yes, you’re paying for the metal and CNC work.
- I guess the use here is for rough industrial environments where you want to keep the moving parts and dust ingress to a minimum.