Hi friends! Since cybre.space is shutting down, I'm moving over to @eval :-)
Please excuse minor faffing during all the migration and stuff, data export from here is taking a bit; and see you on the other side~
@heyimdaf it's optional~ some people run their own instance which means they can choose any handle they like
or just use smaller ones ig (like glauca space!)
@reay Assuming this is a desktop -- does it have a keyboard/mouse attached? If you haven't already, try unplugging/turning them off, I used to have issues with my mouse randomly triggering a wake
Alternatively, you might have a feature called Power Nap enabled, located somewhere in Energy Saver preferences, though I'm afraid I can't recall where
Only other suggestion might be that your Mac is set to wake on receipt of a magic packet (wake-on-LAN) or other network traffic, in the past random devices on my network would somehow wake up my machine. I don't recall how to turn this off though intuition suggests it might be a checkbox next to Power Nap in Energy Saver, or in Sharing prefs.
In any case -- good luck!
on a similar note i would appreciate if xcode could require something less than 10x the download size to actually install, or at least inform me as such beforehand rather than taking ages and failing midway
~~anyone want to hire me to just putter about on personal projects for a decent six-figure salary so I don't have to work in capitalism~~
@neil Starting to feel the same way; I’ve recently grown fond for old Palm webOS devices which are surprisingly open and nice in the hand (though also of their time — no secure boot / disk encryption…)
Something like the Pre3 with a modern SoC would be lovely, IMO.
Slowly working on porting mainline linux to the Pre 1/2 with an end goal of using it day to day, since they’re cute things.
(I’ve a drawer of spares currently used for testing, should you or anyone else vaguely friend shaped want to have a play around some time! Though would need to combine some parts to have more fully working ones)
Reduce, reuse, recycle.
- In order to reduce, there need to be proper infrastructure to compensate for the thing being reduced;
- In order to reuse, things need to be durable and easily maintainable, modularly upgradable and repairable;
- If you go to the recycle step ignoring the first two, you've already lost.
As we see, just "changing consumer habits" doesn't work.
Thanks for coming to my TED talk.
writing code nobody asked for since 2009 🏳️🌈🏳️⚧️ (she/they) (elsewhere, thejsa[_])
the mastodon instance at cybre.space is retired
see the end-of-life plan for details: https://cybre.space/~chr/cybre-space-eol