I'm using it to make most of my illustrations for Movim and at my job !
There is 3 hard things in IT
Timothée Jaussoin · Friday, 22 October, 2021 - 09:41 edit
- cache invalidation
- naming things
- syncronising bookmarks in XMPP
Timothée Jaussoin · Monday, 18 October, 2021 - 19:47
Timothée Jaussoin · Tuesday, 29 June, 2021 - 07:34 edit
Canada 🇨🇦 has obliterated its national all-time heat record *for the second day in a row*.
Before yesterday, greater than 45°C had never been recorded. As far as climatology is concerned, this is deeply shocking.
This is where Movim is made ️
Timothée Jaussoin · Wednesday, 9 June, 2021 - 19:29 edit
Just a small picture of my desk.
I'm writting the Movim sourcecode since 2013 on this #Thinkpad T430. It's a wonderful computer that I'm planning to keep as long as possible. A really nice keyboard, replaceable battery, 1Tb of SSD, Full HD IPS screen, 8Gb of RAM… and a nice dock to easily switch to a triple FullHD screens setup.
It's also funny to see what you can do today with a small setup like that.
The future TGVm design
Timothée Jaussoin · Thursday, 27 May, 2021 - 22:41 edit
A simple Raspberry Pi for your complete audio system
Timothée Jaussoin · Tuesday, 18 May, 2021 - 21:18 edit · 1 minute
I bought a small #RaspberryPi 2B a few years ago. It is currently plugged to my Pioneer amplifier using an HDMI cable. Attached to it I have a 1Tb Samsung SSD.
I then installed Raspbian with the following applications:
- MPD that is playing my 400Gb audio music directory
- Syncthing to automatically backup the audio files to another drive on the network
- The wonderful myMPD, that gives me a Spotify like website to manage and play all my musics
- lirc + a specific setup for my remote and a little IR receiver plugged to the GPIO pins of the RPi, this allows me to directly command MPD using my Pioneer amplifier remote
- Pulseaudio + Zeroconf that allows me to also use the Pi as a network audio-sink in case I quickly want to stream the sound of my laptop on my amplifier. Here is the tutorial to set it up
With a bit of configuration I can now play, manage, backup and control all my music with a 30€ hardware. And it fully integrate with my existing devices and consumes only a few Watts.
Why buying expensive Sonos/Apple/Google devices when you can do it with a simple computer and some nice Free Softwares &amp;lt;3