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from Le dernier bricolage avant la fin du monde

Comment ?

https://www.systemed.fr/batis-cabanes-abris-carports-pergolas/serre-retro,4774.html

2m par 5m https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V6LLhHQ2c7Y

1mn 30, efficace https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p1rmfb2Hj28

J'ai fait une salle des fêtes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Gnv9yW6dtQ

Avec quoi ?

Leboncoin. https://www.leboncoin.fr/bricolage/2155853760.htm

Donne lot de fenêtres (sans bâti) !!!!! -3 portes fenêtres 220x135 (sans bâti) -8 portes fenêtres 150x135 (sans bâti)

Étapes

Fondations ?

Bois => plancher

Parois

Visser des tasseaux sur les côtés des vitrages Pour assembler les panneaux, visser des tasseaux de chaque côté des vitrages. Ajuster les tasseaux aux dimensions des fenêtres Selon la dimension des fenêtres, ajuster la taille des tasseaux afin que les vitrages soient suffisamment grands pour former les murs de la serre. Réaliser la base de la serre réalisation du plancher de la serre Une solution simple et rapide consiste à réaliser un plancher légèrement plus grand que la serre finale. Ici, le cadre de la base a été réalisé avec du bois de récupération posé sur des cales. Ainsi, les éléments sont bien de niveau, les cales étant placées sur des supports en béton. Fixation des planches de récupération Fixer les planches. Nous avons choisi un mélange de lames de palettes et de chutes de planches. Pour abouter deux planches, ne pas oublier que leurs extrémités doivent reposer sur une même lambourde. Une fois toutes les planches posées, les recouper à la bonne dimension à l’aide d’une scie circulaire. Assembler les côtés pour la serre Montage de la serre Les panneaux de la serre peuvent être en verre ou en bois. On peut aussi associer les deux comme représenté. Positionner les panneaux vitrés et vérifier qu’ils sont bien d’aplomb à l’aide d’un niveau. Les soutenir provisoirement avec des tasseaux en biais. Monter la serre Placer le reste des éléments, sans oublier de mesurer la largeur nécessaire pour la porte. À ce stade, les murs de la serre sont presque terminés. Ajouter tout de même des traverses et les visser pour renforcer la structure : poser des serre-joints pour immobiliser les éléments le temps d’effectuer les perçages puis retirer les tasseaux ; refixer les vitres avec du mastic pour usage extérieur si besoin.

Toiture

Retirer les traverses de renfort et disposer le toit. Poser une bande d’étanchéité adhésive au niveau des joints entre le bois et le plastique. Couper le panneau prévu pour le toit aux dimensions voulues, en prévoyant un petit débord de chaque côté. Ici, nous avons utilisé une chute de polycarbonate provenant d’une ancienne serre. Le panneau est incliné : l’avant est plus haut que l’arrière, afin que l’eau de pluie puisse facilement s’écouler.

Finitions de la serre installer la porte de la serre

Remplir es éventuelles zones vides avec des planches (ici, le bas de la fenêtre arrière). Peindre l’extérieur avec de la sous-couche pour bois puis appliquer une couche de peinture pour extérieur de la nuance de son choix. Fixer la porte avec des charnières suffisamment résistantes (ici, des pentures anglaises : elles sont à la fois très robustes et faciles à fixer car elles se posent en surface, sans nécessiter de mortaise). Si l’ouverture de la porte est un peu trop large, ajouter un tasseau (ci-dessous) sur le chant de la porte et le peindre de la couleur de la serre. porte de la serre Les poignées et loquets ont eux aussi été récupérés. Installer des étagères dans la serre Peindre l’intérieur – idéalement en blanc, pour augmenter la luminosité – avec de la peinture émulsion ordinaire. Ajouter des étagères selon ses besoins. Ici, elles sont fixées au moyen de charnières et de chaînes à chaque extrémité de façon à pouvoir les replier pour gagner de la place si l’on veut loger de grandes plantes.

 
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from ژیسَک

سلام. این یک مطلب تست در وبلاگ ژیسک هست. میخواهیم فارسی و انگلیسی نوشتن را همزمان in here تست کنیم. امیدوارم کار کند. اما اینتر زدن درست کار نمیکند.

 
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from Best F-Droid Apps

F-Droid is an installable catalogue of FOSS (Free and Open Source Software) applications for the Android platform. The client makes it easy to browse, install, and keep track of updates on your device. The F-Droid client I use is Droid-ify (available on F-Droid). Here are some F-Droid apps I’ve found for June:

  1. Songtube, Repository: Alefvanoon’s repo
  2. Phyfox, Repository: F-Droid
  3. Just Another Workout Timer, Repository: F-Droid
  4. YASNAC, Repository: Izzyondroid
  5. UserLand, Repository: F-Droid

    My blog reviewing F-Droid apps: https://paper.wf/f-droid-app-reviews/

     
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from On the Block

Today I was getting ready for the Grape Finance AMA. Everything seemed fine and dandy but then I saw a particular message that piqued my interest...

“Can we orchestrate an attack on the bot ruining the fun in Gladiators KoC Grape tournament? @Andy_Tomb and myself took him for a fair few grape last night but he's restocked and we don't want to have to have that fight again on our own!”

Bot? Ruining the fun? Not on my watch!

For some context, Gladiator King of the Colosseum is a sort of game where you have to hold your position as “king of the Colosseum” straight for a time duration (3 hours for the GRAPE KoC).

Any player can just send a transaction, pay a small amount of GRAPE (currently 1.08 GRAPE) and become the new king, so you have to defend your position day and night, stopping others from winning the grand reward pool.

However, the fun was ruined when one person decided to build a bot to do this. People had to defend their positions against a bot that didn't need to sleep, eat, touch grass or take a break in any way. It just kept entering.

Game plan: Counter the bot WITH a bot

I brainstormed ideas with people in the #ama-live-chat channel. We had a game plan: outbot the bot, make them give up.

Idea 1

Build a Node.JS bot to watch transactions, test the bot, rent a VPS, maintain this VPS... nah. This idea got scrapped because it's just too much effort and too much cost to just fuck over a bot messing with a game.

So then what?

Eureka! Using Gelato Network to automate transactions

We thought a lot and talked a lot in the chat which we now moved to the top secret OG-only #og-chat. Suddenly, it came to me and I sent a message in the thread.

https://gelato.network/ can be used to outsource the execution of tasks, i believe it's reliable enough to be able to send a transaction within a 3 hour range

Gelato Network. It's a system of bots that send transactions at specific times or whenever possible. These automated transactions are incredibly important for this!

Now, I didn't have to code in JS with a blockchain library like ethers.js which I didn't know so well. I could just code in Solidity, a language I've gotten very accustomed to!

It worked on the first second try

The code is very simple, the logic is only about a hundred lines (the interfaces don't count of course) In fact, you can check it out here at this address: 0x34521c12104f8af6c5cfe139a107e6d7f49ebd7e

I then hooked it up to Gelato Network, so it would scan every block, check if my transaction would execute, then if it did, run it to go kick out that piece of sh enemy bot.

Currently it's at about 5 executions on Gelato (and one test execution to kick that bot out manually!) at the time of this writing. You can see them all in the Events tab on Snowtrace.

Grape go brrr! https://grapefinance.app

#defi #bots #autonomy #gelato #p2e

 
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from magda

Some distributions gain a small, yet quite vocal fan following for reasons users tend to barely address or explain in such a way that makes those interested feel... quite stupid about themselves. NixOS is described as “a Linux distribution with a special approach to package and configuration management”, meaning its sole selling point is its unique package management called Nix and thus largely aimed at developers. Still, even more specialized distributions with the look-and-feel of a regular Desktop distribution for personal usage should be able to handle passive users just wanting to browse the web.

What its recent version distinguishes from its predecessors is the Calamares Installer, a new addition to simplify the installation process of the OS. This gave me a reason to finally try NixOS out, going for the Live ISO offering KDE Plasma.

Live System (VirtualBox) – First Attempt on Medion Akoya

Given that I also test the absolute limits of every distribution, I created a virtual machine with the most ridiculous specifications possible. Only one core, just a little more than 1.5 GB of RAM, and only 30 GB available space. NixOS' minimum requirements are not mentioned anywhere on the project's website.

As expected, the virtual environment barely managed to load and KDE Plasma was hardly responsive. Just to see how far I can push things, I attempted an installation, which would freeze the entire virtual machine once it reached 46%. Besides the Installer and a minimal set of tools, such as Konsole and Okular, the Live ISO does not offer many programs.

Live System (HP Pavilion)

On bare metal, the live system performed much smoother, with the boot process needing two minutes to finish. This quick test, however, ended as soon as the Installer opened, demanding an internet connection to install the system (and this machine does not support wireless internet).

I briefly checked how well KDE Plasma was implemented. When idle, Plasma needs approximately 860 MB of RAM. Opening an application made the CPU jump to 31% before varying between 0.7 and 6%.

Live System (VirtualBox) – Second Attempt on Asus

Due to my main machine being the most outdated one, I decided to do another test on another machine with an active internet connection and a little – VERY little – more power. This time, I could grant the virtual machine three cores and 3 GB of RAM, which still is quite pathetic but not as horrendous as the first VM. Unfortunately, I would encounter the same issue my first VM experienced, with the installer first jumping straight to 46% and freezing at this point, with KDE Plasma now being just as sluggish as before and making the laptop overheat. This is where I decided to stop testing.

TL;DR

There is not really much to say, other than repeating the obvious: NixOS is aimed at developers wanting to explore different possibilities of package distribution and management. Personally, I got skeptical as soon as the Installer told me that an active internet connection is required, even though it is a Live ISO offering few core utilities. The project's homepage does not explicitly specify that all ISO's pretty much are netinstalls and requires users to simply get the brief and longer instructions instantly, so even power users not minding to create and maintain packages themselves usually struggle with finding their way through the system.

One reviewer in particular summarized his experience, calling it “the curse of NixOS”. The OS nails its main goal in providing a new and more efficient approach to software management, yet fails in all other aspects, such as requiring to learn an entirely new programming language without proper documentation offered by the project's maintainers. And:

“The second flaw is that NixOS does not actually provide real isolation. Running bash -c 'type $0' will get you bash is /nix/store/90y23lrznwmkdnczk1dzdsq4m35zj8ww-bash-interactive-5.1-p8/bin/bash — bash knows that it's running from the Nix store. This means that all software needs to be recompiled to work on NixOS, often with some terrifying hacks involved. It also means that it's impossible to statically know what other packages a given package might depend on. Currently, the way this is implemented is essentially grepping a package for /nix/store/ to try to figure out what the dependencies are, which is obviously... not great. It also means that binaries that link against /lib/ld-linux.so.2 or scripts that use #!/bin/bash won't work without patching.”

So, it is not suited for average users and not for developers. Ouch.


Hardware

Medion Akoya E4070 D

Processor: AMD A10–5700 APU @ 3.40 GHz

Display: Trinity (Radeon HD 7660D)

Memory: 4 GB RAM (3462 MiB)

Storage: 2 TB ASMT 2115 (Medion HDDrive’n’Go external HDD)

Network: RTL8111/8168/8411 PCI Express Gigabit Ethernet Control


HP Pavilion 500–344ng

Processor: AMD A8–6500 APU @ 3.50 GHz

Display: ATI Richland Radeon HD 8570D

Memory: 8 GB RAM (7.18)

Storage: 1 TB WD10EZEX-60M HDD

Network: RTL8111/8168/8411 PCI Express Gigabit Ethernet Controller


Asus X553MA

Processor: Intel Pentium CPU N3540 @ 2.16 GHz

Display: Intel Atom Processor Z36xxx/Z37xxx Series Graphics & Display

Memory: 8 GB RAM (7.68)

Storage: 1 TB ATA ST1000LM024 HN-M HDD

Network: Qualcomm Atheros AR9485 Wireless Network Adapter

 
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from The Preacher of Agaduun

No child in Agaduun was a stranger to the corruption and depravity of the Gods. Never spoken of aloud, the stories lived their secret life in the murmurs and whispers of dark houses at nighttime, in the hollows and in the woods, the secret playgrounds, and were well known to everyone.

I spent the journey to Hamzaran in quiet despondency, not speaking a word and refusing food and drink.

The last twenty miles of the way led us through the cursed forest of Hamzaran, where the High Priest kept the terrors at bay only with difficulty. When we had reached the dead city of Hamzaran at the foot of the mountain range, they made me eat a small meal and then turned back into the forest, leaving me alone in the wasteland at the outskirts of the abandoned city. Only one rider remained behind at the edge of the forest, watching me intently for two hours. Then he mounted his horse and sped away into the forest, following the others, after setting the forest ablaze.

This is to teach you that the closer you get to the divine, the more forlorn you will be.

 
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from The Preacher of Agaduun

I was born in Agaduun the son of a taylor and a blacksmith. Nobody expected that I would want to turn my attention to preaching, since I was a very loud and obnoxious child. But about at the age of eleven, the spirit visited me, and I became quiet and pious. The change did, of course, not go unnoticed, and after a few weeks, the village elder stood in front of our door and declared I had been chosen to visit the Gods in the mountains of Hamzaran.

You will never be able to imagine how I screamed that night, my dear disciple.

This is to teach you that you should not be afraid of screaming.

 
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