This guide is maybe a bit more helpful:
How to use PulseAudio to separate the output of programs into different speakers/headphones/OBS streams.
You find it slightly annoying that a completely static page causes the web server to run code? You want to shave off a few milliseconds from the page load time? Your page does not have dynamic content for your visitors? You have a static IP address at home? You are okay with slightly hackish solutions that might break spectacularly in the future?
Then I might have a short guide to caching PHP requests in Nginx for you:
Wow, a few days ago I was slightly annoyed that the official Austrian COVID-19 Dashboard was only showing absolute numbers per district on the map and not per population which is far more helpful. So I spent a few hours getting stuck in the hell of map projections and topology to create my own: https://covidmap.lw1.at/
And now they just updated the site to show relative data:
At least I got a chance to learn #d3 a bit.
In case screensharing isn't working in Jitsi Meet with Firefox 74: This is a bug and should be fixed with https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet/pull/5180.
You can apply that change easily to an installed instance:
In case you are sitting at home and spend a lot of time calling other people like me: You might want to look into #jitsi meet. (https://meet.jit.si/) It is really simple to use and doesn't need accounts or desktop clients.
And in case the servers get overloaded in the next weeks, you can simply host it yourself. I wrote a quick guide that sums up how to get everything running:
3D-Printer First test https://video.lw1.at/videos/watch/c0ce26bd-bc4d-4ba3-9fb3-5c513f24eb65
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After many months of work, I have now finally finished my Bachelor's Thesis on how water travels through the solar system by analysing 1375 simulated protoplanet collisions.
A short summary for non-astronomers:
Ever wondered how to easily visualize the results of collision simulations?
Probably not, but I created a tutorial using the amazing #ParaView:
Asteroid Collision Simulation https://video.lw1.at/videos/watch/c68b3588-d1f8-497a-9f7a-0ab45d81c089
You are interested in @Matomo and live in or around Austria?
The come to the Grazer Linuxtage next Weekend!
Besides more than 60 other workshops and talks I'll be demonstrating Matomo for beginners and experts and will give you the chance to talk to other people interested in #Matomo.
I'm looking forward to seeing you!
I'm already in Vienna that early because I am travelling to Chemnitz to join the Linux Days there.
There is still many train stops ahead, but I'm already looking forward to it.
On the other end of the spectrum there is Radio Wien which didn't play a single song more than 83 times.
Another fun fact: Some songs have been played many times a day until suddenly from one day to the next it stopped nearly completely.
The most repetitive channel is by far Kronehit which has played many songs 1400-1500 times which averages to 4-5 times a day. If my calculations are correctly, they only played 831 unique songs this year.
But you can also find out what was the most played Christmas song in December 2018: It turns out it was "Driving home for Christmas" by Chris Rea (187 times), followed closely by "Last Christmas" by "Wham!" (170 times).
So you can just select your favourite channel, click on "Meistgespielete Lieder", select a date range and browse through the collection of all most played songs.
Find out when which song was most popular and which song just kept being played on repeat all the time.
Now that 2018 is mostly over, I want to do a special end-of-year review using one of my favourite projects of this year: https://radiostats.lw1.at/
Since middle of February, I have been recording all 1299515 times a song has been playing on Austrian radio stations.
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