- Tailscale is pretty neat! Tailscale lets you easily manage access to private resources, quickly SSH into devices on your network, and work securely from anywhere in the world.
- This post on questioning vs asking.
- FusionAuth for Authentication stuff in dev.
- I 💖 love awesome lists (like the awesome-kinesis list that I maintain) but have long felt that the format could use a bit more. It's quite nice that the barrier to entry is so low but given how widely used the lists are, more would be nice.
- Get ImageMagick 7.
- 🥰 Use
SPACE, choose a category and choose an emoji to insert emoji in Pop_OS! While it works, it's rather inconvenient. A better option is required.
- Recording video in Pop_OS
sudo apt-get install simplescreenrecorder
roffers a useful UI, creates
.webmfiles that seem to be empty.
- Simon Willison's series on Git scraping
- Giving this cookiecutter template a go.
- I finally got hands on with video editing with DaVinci Resolve. It's awesome!
- This guide on using Plotly in Jupyter is a nice quick start.
- Back to 🤖🎨 Computer-generated art prompts and responses 🎨🤖 with MidJourney.
Recording screen video in Pop!_OS¶
Notes from watching DaVinci Resolve 18 - Full Tutorial for Beginners:
- The Deliver tab has all kinds of goodies for exporting.
- Use proxy media to make it easier to edit: you get a lower quality version of the media for editing but your changes are made on the full quality version before rendering. Fstoppers has a quick primer on proxies.
The in is the beginning of the clip and the out is the end. Use Mark In to mark the beginning of the desired clip. Use
i to set the in and
o to set the out.
A few options for geting started building a Python package.
- 🍪 cookiecutter
- python-boilerplate In June 2022, some kind soul assembled a review of the available Python starters. This is a great starting point for further exploration.
That led me to:
I'm guessing I should:
pip install cookiecutter
cookiecutter gh:cjolowicz/cookiecutter-hypermodern-python \ --checkout="2022.6.3"
# cookiecutter gh:cjolowicz/cookiecutter-hypermodern-python \ --checkout="2022.6.3" project_name [hypermodern-python]: emoji-combos package_name [emoji_combos]: friendly_name [Emoji Combos]: author [Claudio Jolowicz]: Brie 🦄 Carranza email [email@example.com]: firstname.lastname@example.org github_user [cjolowicz]: bbbbbrie version [0.0.0]: copyright_year : Select license: 1 - MIT 2 - Apache-2.0 3 - GPL-3.0 Choose from 1, 2, 3 : 3 Select development_status: 1 - Development Status :: 1 - Planning 2 - Development Status :: 2 - Pre-Alpha 3 - Development Status :: 3 - Alpha 4 - Development Status :: 4 - Beta 5 - Development Status :: 5 - Production/Stable 6 - Development Status :: 6 - Mature 7 - Development Status :: 7 - Inactive Choose from 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 :
When that's done, here's what you end up with:
# tree emoji-combos emoji-combos ├── CODE_OF_CONDUCT.md ├── CONTRIBUTING.md ├── LICENSE ├── README.md ├── codecov.yml ├── docs │ ├── codeofconduct.md │ ├── conf.py │ ├── contributing.md │ ├── index.md │ ├── license.md │ ├── reference.md │ ├── requirements.txt │ └── usage.md ├── noxfile.py ├── poetry.lock ├── pyproject.toml ├── src │ └── emoji_combos │ ├── __init__.py │ ├── __main__.py │ └── py.typed └── tests ├── __init__.py └── test_main.py 4 directories, 21 files
Correct, now what?
pip install poetry
poetry install| docs
There were some issues, probably due to the emoji:
Invalid author string. Must be in the format: John Smith <email@example.com>
• Updating virtualenv (20.16.6 -> 20.14.1)