@tbernard What do you think?
I'm back on track! I released #WhatIP 1.0 powered by #gtk4 and #libadwaita and so far everything looks good! Check it out if you want, you can find it on #flathub here: https://flathub.org/apps/details/org.gabmus.whatip
In other news, the new version of #HydraPaper again with gtk4 and libadwaita, as well as slideshow mode and monitor configuration change detection, is coming soon!
Update on routing my house: the first cat7 run through the wall is done!
It wasn't easy because the wall channel has some weird curves apparently, and cat7 is a big chungus, but after three failed attempts and some lubricant we managed to route it all the way.
Speed seems right, we all have 1Gbps NICs and the reported speed is the same as with a direct link to the router. (BTW check out iperf3)
Overall I'm happy to say that this was a huge success!
I made a #RaspberryPiPico pinout diagram for your terminal, you may want to check it out: https://gabmus.org/posts/raspberry_pi_pico_pinout_in_your_terminal/
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