Rewriting my blog in Python
Taking a picture of a PCB is easy, taking a professionally looking one is a bit harder. So lets overengineer this
I found another hobby project...
Putting all the components together in a production setup
Trying KDE Plasma again after 8 years
Now we can queue tasks for devices, we need a way to tell the devices what to do
Implementing the controller and figuring out log transport
Finishing up the test hardware and taking a look at the central control software
A look at Blackmagic Design converters and controlling them with third party software.
A look at building a test setup for postmarketOS devices
The much asked for comparison between Hare, Rust and Zig
A documentation of my journey into analog film photography
A look into my favorite Adwaita button and why I'm not happy it's going away
How would the current internet function when you're on a native IPv6 host without any IPv4 instead of using any of the IPv4 workarounds? Find out with a few firewall rules!
Exploring more advanced post-processing for Megapixels pictures
One of the things postmarketOS has worked on is the installer images. For the longest time postmarketOS did not ship any pre-built images but required everyone to generate one with pmbootstrap. Here's some of the explanation for that.
A look at the DNG file format
Trying to run an unpatched kernel on the PinePhone
This question comes up quite often so here's the copy-paste-able answer
Running Octoprint and a camera stream from the PinePhone to remotely control a 3d printer
Reverse engineering the BMD HDMI camera control protocol by splicing a logic analyzer in an HDMI cable.
Installing Alpine Linux with the postmarketOS kernel on the PINE64 Rockpro64
Mis-using a package manager to sync music.
Breaking email standards by coming up with text/markdown
Comparing the Github and Gitlab pull request workflow to the Git built-in email workflow.
The fourth part in the PinePhone camera improvements series. Now with more color and focus.
The new PinePhone camera app Megapixels and other camera ramblings.