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Cuteness enjoyer.

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Yorozuya (by wuokb)

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わくわく by Hikari

cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/17774827

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わくわく by Hikari

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Which pen do you use the most and why?
  • I use my FPR Indus with FPR ultra flex nib every day. Mainly because my only other fountain pen in working order has a fude nib lol. The flex nib makes it versatile for both writing and drawing.

  • 日常 by Alicks

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/17712523

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    日常 by Alicks

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    柊姉妹🎂 by Ixy(いくしー)

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/17681717

    > - src: https://misskey.io/notes/9vespvc1t9bx05oo > - donmai: https://donmai.moe/posts/7821689 > - cdn: https://postimg.cc/S2xB61TQ

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    柊姉妹🎂 by Ixy(いくしー)

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    Pika-chan gets frisky and touches Kaede's ass

    From one of the Comic Girls live streams.

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    啊叭叭叭叭叭叭 by Neps [Comic Girls]
  • The title is indeed Chinese, the translation said it reads "Ababababa" which is something Kaos-chan says when she is shocked or gets anxious (examples: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NUvlZ0oEtaM).

  • 啊叭叭叭叭叭叭 by Neps

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/17650343

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    啊叭叭叭叭叭叭 by Neps

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    頑張れ by mozukun43

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    some packages install quickly while others take very long time.
  • The biggest difference will be between binary packages and packages that compile from source. Yes, big binary packages like browsers take longer but it really doesn't take that long. You should be able to quit the compilation without problems. Only after the compilation is done will the package manager be invoked to install the resulting binary.

  • Let them fight by HimeHinghoi

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/17584029

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    Let them fight by HimeHinghoi

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    🦌7月の黄棕 by zhanzhangzlw

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    Hug (by truffleduster)
  • "azunyaaan!"

  • shikanokonokonokokoshitantan dance with Han Megumi and Fujita Saki

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    まどかちゃんとさやかちゃん by okayutoma

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    Hayamin scolds Ayane and Minori

    Gochuumon wa Hayamin desuka?

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    Yui and Mio (by gyeol83)

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/17486029

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    Yui and Mio (by gyeol83)

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    Today is Yukari's birthday! (July 12th)

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    How can I go about using the tty only on my system
  • Vim uses these commands like di" (delete everything inside "") instead of chords (holding multiple keys down at once). Both work fine. The reason vim does this is that many regard it as more ergonomic. You don't stretch your hand/fingers out and you can keep your fingers at homerow. You might have heard about people getting an "Emacs Pinky". It's basically down to preference. I don't use emacs but I know people use vim bindings in emacs (emacs is very scriptable after all). That way you can try or integrate vim like bindings without leaving your comfy emacs.

  • How can I go about using the tty only on my system
  • I use fish abbreviations. Unlike bash/zsh aliases, they expand when you press space or enter. This way you see the original command every time you use the alias, and you can edit as well. This should lighten the concern you have a bit. Your concern is something that sysadmins keep in mind e.g. default vim bindings so you are always comfortable on any server. However for desktop use I don't think leaving the speed and comfort on table is worth it. Most desktop users only use their own systems anyway.

  • How can I go about using the tty only on my system
    • set a good tty font (it's almost all you're gonna see)
    • be comfy with basic core utils (mv, cp, chmod, ...)
    • choose a shell (bash, fish, ...) and set up some useful aliases/abbreviations
    • fzf or something similar does wonders (also replaces things like dmenu)
    • terminal multiplexers are used instead of window managers
    • some applications allow you to do some graphics (like mpv to play video)
    • there is more advanced stuff you can do with frame buffers
    • there are terminal browsers like w3m or lynx
    • a good extensible text editor is essential (vim, nvim, emacs, helix, ...)
    • research some cli applications for your usecase (cal (calendar), neomutt (email), ...)

    Over time your collection of aliases and scripts will grow to make common tasks you do easier.

  • what do you think of mit??
  • Are universities automatically "elitist brain-rot" when they participate in rankings? When it comes to privilege, yes, rich kids that don't deserve it are accepted into ivy league universities because of the connections they have. This is not a good thing obviously. Most researchers receive the privilege of working there because of their good research done at other universities. That is why they stay on top: a lot of excellent researchers want to join those universities. Obviously MIT has a very good standing when it comes to CS. The dick-measuring contest is but a small part of the university ecosystem. Also, neo-caste system is a quite strong. Most ivy league researchers are probably not rich or powerful. For that you have to look at our "friends" in the C-suite. I understand the sentiment, but I find "hate", "elitist brain-rot" and "neo-caste system" way too strong.

  • "Tanabata" 「七夕」🌻🌸 by まりーや [Yuru Yuri]
  • What I meant with activity was people posting. My initial goal was to kickstart communities by posting but having those communities be self sustaining in the end. I compare to reddit simply because I wanted communities for topics I like on the fediverse just like they had on reddit. Those communities are robust in this sense: take away a few random people from the set of people that posts. The community would survive easily, enough people would continue to interact. Now compare that to my communities. If I get hit by a bus, they are dead immediately. I have this Ghibli community with more than 1000 subs. When I was of lemmy for a month, the monthly users dropped to zero (same with all other communities)! I care not only for decentralisation in a technical sense but also in a social sense. My communities are not socially decentralised: there is a single point of failure which is me (I only stopped posting not moderating, although there was nothing to moderate lo). To get robust self sustaining communities for, let's say, individual slice of life anime from yesteryear you need a certain amount of contributing users. Contributing users are x% of the subscribed/interested. The subscribed/interested are y% of the platform user base. Therefore the platform user base needs to achieve a certain critical mass. For example, lemmy did achieve this critical mass for more general topics like linux. But the more niche the topic, the harder it is to hit this threshold. It's good to hear that you have been achieving your goals. I just don't think I can say that for myself at all. Lately I have been working on this cringe anime database with some kind of semantic search (it has a type system 🤣). Given how hard it is to get a Lucky Star community going I doubt anyone will be adding Lucky Star database entries soon!

  • "Tanabata" 「七夕」🌻🌸 by まりーや [Yuru Yuri]
  • I don't think reposting on lemmy is any different than we already do. We repost already made content from other sites onto here. The original poster on some other site doesn't get the upvotes from the post we make here either. The last point it a bit sad. I wanted to break the "lemmy isn't active so I won't actively use it" cycle by posting stuff on here. However after a year there seems to be only a handful of people actually posting consistently. This includes you and me. The communities haven't really grown much in terms of active users. After reviewing my logs of monthly stats and looking at the numbers (subs vs rough avg. number of daily posts) of equivalent subreddits I think we don't have the scale needed to achieve active niche communities where it is not just a single person posting 90% of the content. I might write a bigger analysis looking at the data in the future.

  • Mod not active
  • I don't think we can add a mod (except for instance admins). The scariest thing about the setup on lemmy is that when the account that created the community gets deleted, the whole community with all its contributions disappears immediately. Even if there are additional mods.

  • "Tanabata" 「七夕」🌻🌸 by まりーや [Yuru Yuri]
  • Tsundere's often have the general wish (not perse tanabata) to be able to be more honest with their love interest. However Sakurako seems not to be aware that she is a tsundere. The song 'Koi no double punch' seems to indicate that she actually doesn't know what a tsundere is. So who knows what goes on in the little gremlin's head :) Probably wishing for something bratty and short sighted like getting to eat her favorite food tomorrow.

  • "Tanabata" 「七夕」🌻🌸 by まりーや [Yuru Yuri]
  • As is evident by you repeatedly referencing many communities in my posts, I'm not very good a noticing when my posts are fit for additional communities. I can't help but notice that you put effort in making these comments, as opposed to cross-posting them yourself which would not be any more effort. Is there a reason for that? I don't mind at all if you cross-post my posts elsewhere.

  • what could cause one of my monitors to be stuck at 640x480 only on the first boot after a system update?
  • It kinda sounds like some kind of driver issue to me. The fact that it doesn't detect modes other than a single super basic one sound like not having a proper graphics driver. However, I have no clue why it would work again on reboot and maybe even more importantly, why the other monitor does have a proper mode detected. I wouldn't expect that if the driver was messed (you would expect all monitors to be assigned some basic mode).

  • UVC Viewer with Upscaling
  • As I understand you take in some stream video akin to /dev/video0 and want to enlarge it so you can look at your monitor while playing? Whenever it is something with video ffmpeg can probably solve it. FFmpeg flags like -vf also work on the video player, ffplay.

    https://trac.ffmpeg.org/wiki/Scaling

    At the bottom they talk about choosing scaling algorithms, try some out to see what combination of quality and speed you get.

  • Are we There yet? Current adoption status of various technologies
  • If google had a baby she would drop it on its head.