I'm using it to make most of my illustrations for Movim and at my job !

  • Excalidraw

    Excalidraw is a whiteboard tool that lets you easily sketch diagrams that have a hand-drawn feel to them.

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  • 30 May Jorge Luis

    Awesome! I was just needing something like this.

  • 3 June carl

    Thank you for the great effort and work you are doing here.

    Movim is a great story.

  • 13 June Lyn

    neat name

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    There is 3 hard things in IT

    Timothée Jaussoin · Friday, 22 October, 2021 - 09:41 edit

  • cache invalidation
  • naming things
  • syncronising bookmarks in XMPP
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  • 22 October, 2021 debacle

    Ha! I know only the older variant: There are TWO hard things in IT: Cache invalidation and naming things. And off-by-one errors.
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  • 20 October, 2021 Blue

    You look cool, man, and your kitty too!

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    Timothée Jaussoin · Tuesday, 29 June, 2021 - 07:34 edit Scott Duncan: I can't believe I am writing this.
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.
  • Scott Duncan on Twitter

    “I can't believe I am writing this. 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.”

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  • 9 March orion

    I ran my own Matrix homeserver for a while but had issue with the invasive way they pushed "federation" at me, and stubbornly defended the practice without a good explanation when I asked why. I stayed in the matrix dev chat for a few days as a steady stream of other ops asked the same questions. It's not really opensource and not really great. They have had plenty of time to sort out easy things like account management but it was still largely manual when I left. Rocketchat was a little better but has similar commercial aspirations which turned me off to it.
    I used pidgin for many years and still do. I've found xmpp protocol is only as good as the front end.

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    This is where Movim is made GEAR

    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.

Everything is running on #Debian Testing with #XFCE 💕

It's also funny to see what you can do today with a small setup like that.

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  • 21 September, 2021 Timothée Jaussoin

    I moved to 12Gb or RAM recently :p

  • 28 September, 2021 purplesky

    Thank you Timothee for everything. From a ThinkPad user in Indonesia.

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    The future TGVm design TRAIN

    Timothée Jaussoin · Thursday, 27 May, 2021 - 22:41 edit

This fully redesigned train uses 20% less electricity. Trains are already, and by far, the most efficient and lower carbon way of travelling long distances!

#TGV #SNCF #ILikeTrains

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    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 <3

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  • 9 June, 2021 Mr.Zan

    Do you know [Moode]( I installed it on Raspberry Pi 3B with my stereo and used it for two months, and I feel good. Try it ;)

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    12 April lillythefox

    I have mine as a media server/DVR running jellyfin and I get all the local TV stations though IPTV! It works perfectly