I recently got the early bird version of @hund @iokeyboards new 65% ISO, hotswap, RGB underglow PCB.

Although it being an early adopter model I have to say that it is already really matured! Everything worked out of the box; the soldering joints of the components are all perfect and the hotswap doesn't feel flimsy at all!

It is a perfect board for newcomers and tinkerers who don't like the awkward and time consuming process of (de-)soldering their switches!

@ob @amolith Probably! I will dig a bit deeper when I have some spare time :)

@amolith That is a great starting point! :)
But I don’t want to recompile all the time which is quite time consuming.
With Android studio you compile a dev version of the apk once and then you can make changes to your code and let the app change in a matter of seconds without a recompilation.

@amolith While I agree that Android Studio is one of the most bloated things out there. I still see a disadvantage using this alternative way though. With Android studio you can write your code, save the file and get to see the changes almost instantly without the need to recompile the whole app :).

I have to take a look at how this life updating works. Maybe I can write a quick and dirty script to replicate that behavior.

@dethos Google has mentioned Covid-19 on YT. They should delete YT!

This is hilarious.

@hund I like that it has a Great philosophy about package management: "You get what you asked for" unlike arch for example it does only install the program with the features you’ve asked for. If you don’t ask for a gtk or qt support the package won’t ship with it (no GUI). That philosophy keeps unnecessary dependencies and package size down :)

@null0x0 @hund Same here with my internet :(. I'd instantly host @home if I had a reliable connection.

@null0x0 @hund The 2 things to optimize when running a successful scam... 🦆

@hund @null0x0 Mhh. So Gandi overcharges, Netcups is arrogant and digitalocean is a thief.

@hund @null0x0 Me neither.
It would probably best to go with some huge company like digitalocean or as a last resort AWS.

@null0x0 @hund Of course they do. It's a cost saving measure. Untrained staff is way cheaper.

@null0x0 @hund Issues like that happen when you have untrained support staff who doesn't know anything about hosting which sucks!

@hund Wow. That's really unprofessional from them!

@hund Have you calculated the calories of that one piece? ;)

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