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What's the ideal self hosted RSS setup?
  • I use FreshRSS in a docker container both served and funneled from my tailscale network (can't fetch feeds otherwise) and I read it on mobile with FeedMe. My main reason for using FeedMe is the customizable mobilizer though I'm pretty sure you can enable that in FreshRss as well.

  • [Beginner] Proxmox & storage configuration
  • This will save you a lot of pain lol

  • Need help getting started
  • I recently fell into this rabbit hole myself! Though I decided against hosting the blog myself(because I don't want to do anything stupid lol) Nowadays for sites like that you can install a static site generator to automatically build the site based off of markdown files. I personally use Hugo but I hear good things about Jekyll too.

    The way mine is set up I make a post or a page on my machine and push it to my backend github repo. Github detects a change and rebuilds the site with the new content using a github action, then uploads the whole public folder to my host at neocities.

  • Telegram without ads?
  • I just saw one in fdroid and I can't remember it now, lemme see if I can find it.

    EDIT: it was zulip

  • Can I install linux on this?
  • It should! As long as you can get it to the bios screen you should be able to get it to boot a live USB. I actually resurrected my EeePC1005 two weeks ago with DamnSmallLinux2024.

  • Trigger when ChromeCast change from ON to OFF only
  • How I keep that sort of thing in a single automation is by using trigger IDs and a service call with a template for said trigger id.

    Something like this:

    alias: Hallway Motion Light
    description: ""
      - platform: state
          - binary_sensor.hallway_motion_occupancy
        to: "on"
        id: "on"
      - platform: state
          - binary_sensor.hallway_motion_occupancy
        to: "off"
        id: "off"
          hours: 0
          minutes: 1
          seconds: 0
    condition: []
      - service: light.turn_{{ }}
          transition: 3
          entity_id: light.hallway_light_2_2
    mode: single
  • Trigger when ChromeCast change from ON to OFF only
  • Yeah it looks like OP is using the device actions instead of dealing with the entity directly.

  • Newly posted comments displaying in wrong position on comment tree

    Hey all, just ran into this this morning, I was replying to a comment and it showed up at the same level as the comment I was replying to until a refresh. I'll see if I can reproduce it for screenshots in a bit. Has anyone else noticed this or is it just me so far?

    Saved Posts to RSS
  • So let me see if I get this straight, We don't get RSS feeds for our saved posts because the developer of a federated service that was created in response to increased centralization and lockdown of user's content in other platforms doesn't see the need for it?

  • Saved Posts to RSS
  • So let me see if I get this straight, We don't get RSS feeds for our saved posts because the developer of a federated service that was created in response to increased centralization and lockdown of user's content in other platforms doesn't see the need for it?

  • Saved Posts to RSS
  • Ope, didn't mean to comment on this one, sorry.

    EDIT: Alright WTH, Sync is playing silly buggers with my comment display.

  • A Rising Enforcement of Censorship
  • I can too, which is what gets me. Honestly after I think it might boil down to how far removed your provider is from directly getting the number from the FCC(or how trigger happy the entity they're getting the number from). Also possibly if it's considered a landline or mobile number, it looks like those are distributed differently.

  • A Rising Enforcement of Censorship
  • Sort of? It looks like this is unique to SMS over VOIP. Which don't get me wrong, it's still fucking stupid. But maybe, just maybe there's a middle ground between getting inundated in robocallers trying to reach us about our cars extended warranty and not being able to send the word Scunthorpe over SMS.

  • Options for equalizing temperature between the basement and the rest of the house in summer?
  • If you're looking for a commercial product it's called a whole house fan. The tl;dr is there are vents in the places you want cooled connected to this fan that sits in your attic. Twice a day or so it exhausts the hot air letting it be replaced by the cooler basement air. Depending on the humidity you might need to run the AC to dehumidify the air a bit.

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  • Yes and all that technical debt, complexity and loss in decentralization could be avoided by simply increasing the block size. BCH for example has zero-conf transactions and the average fee is also <$0.01.

    But that would mean that you'd be able to use it as an actual means of exchange instead of this crippled "Internet gold" bastardization that BTC has become.

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  • Yeah the fact that all the tipping is done off-chain via the lightning network is even more of a turn off. Did anyone else follow all that drama back on reddit?

  • In the light of Snowden's latest post: What are your FOSS-AIs?
  • Is abliteration based off the research by the Anthropic team? When they got Claude to say it was the golden gate bridge?

  • IAE having issue with the webview share button?

    It happened recently, the share function doesn't seem to be pulling the URL from the page.

    Edit: this is with Firefox mobile beta 127.0b9 as my default browser

    [SOLVED] Auto entities further filtering

    Hey all! I've been chewing on this problem for a bit and I've hit a wall, I'm hoping someone here can point me in the right direction.

    I have an auto entities card populating a series of mushroom chips on the top of my dashboard for stuff like lights on, available updates, and open doors.

    The thing is, some of the doors that have sensors on them are open by default, and as a result the chips are there all the time.

    Ideally I'd like to have seperate auto entities entries for each group, default open and default closed, but I'd like to keep them in the same card as everything else(they're sorted by time triggered); and I can't for the life of me figure out how to filter out specific entities from a single entry in the include filter. I can exclude something from the whole card, but I haven't found anything that would allow me to just show certain closed doors or certain open ones.

    Hopefully this made sense! I appreciate any ideas you have.

    EDIT: So I finally got it figured out without futzing with my setup too much, sorry @borebore, I didn't end up going with the template sensor. I ended up finding a python script that allows you to inject custom attributes, so I made an automation that anytime the "normally closed" doors updated their status it'd give them an "is_normally_open: true" attribute and filtered the auto entities chips off of that attribute.

    Thanks everyone!

    Anyone run across a post that ceashes sync?

    My first time encountering it, just scrolled to it like three times to check, anyone else having this issue?

    Edit: ope, looks like I can't edit the title lol.

    Anyone tried zenroad?

    Hey all! I was looking for an Android Auto replacement app recently and came across Zenroad there's also an android build but it's not compatible with my device unfortunately. Has anyone had any experience with this app?

    Edit: ope, just saw the sidebar. Apologies!

    Weird vase mode bulging

    Hey all, I just finished a run of Popandsicle's excellent vase mode ornaments and I noticed these weird bulges happening all over the prints. The last run in a different color was flawless so I'm not sure where to start. I couldn't find much on the issue with a bit of googling so I thought I'd check with you folks and see if you all had any insight.

    I've calibrated my esteps and adjusted the resolution to be a bit easier on my printer (modified CR-10v2), and unfortunately my mainboard isn't capable of linear advance.

    Filament is overture royal gold, layer width is 0.6, height is 0.2.

    I appreciate the help!

    First time in a while printing a temp tower, how am I doing?

    To be clear I know it's not well lol. I just wanted the community's thoughts on what I'm doing wrong. I'm using Overture Royal Gold on a modified CR-10v2 with a real V6. Model was sliced in cura with default low quality settings.

    The filament I bought a few months ago but just broke it open yesterday. It's making some small popping noises every now and again but the seal didn't appear to be broken. It seems all right otherwise, if a little sticky on the roll. I had to move it out of my filament dryer to keep it from opening the lid because it was binding so much. That's what happened to the last tower, that failed mid print. Looks nice at least.

    Functional 3D Printing thegreekgeek
    Logitech K480 phone stand

    My phone with the case is just barely too big for the slot in the K480, so after a few years of saying I should do something about it I finally did! Designed in Onshape, printed on a modified CR-10v2. Would welcome any suggestions, I already have v3 ready to go to fix the slot bit, it's just a titch too big.

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