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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Appleby View Post
    I keep it playable for when friends drop by and want to play, but myself I don't have the ambition to play. The tech side is more my thing.
    If that's the case and you ever get bored, just lemme know: I've got a a few axes that could require some love.

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    So short working has also officially kicked in for me starting this month. And right from the start it's more complicated than it sounded. I'm reduced to 40% work time, so now I have to figure out how much 40% is for this 3 days in April and also for the next two weeks with two bank holidays. I was supposed to have more spare time, not juggling around with numbers on how to fit my work hours into the weeks ...

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    As for actual projects now that I'm on short working: I really haven't any big plans so far. That's mostly because in all honesty, this self-distancing/stay at home thing is exactly what my vacations*) look like: stay at home and play video games all day (and night). And luckily enough I never get bored doing this. And I also never feel lonely although being alone all the time. These quite stereotypical nerd attitudes/traits seem to come in quite handy now, seeing how others really suffer from these circumstances.

    *) e.g. the last time I actually went anywhere for vacation (if you count 3 days as "vacation") was the FHC meetup in Berlin back in ... /me pages through the forum search results 2015.

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    You do raise a cool point. It’s pretty interesting to see how extroverts are dealing with social isolation. I’ve had friends calling me describing symptoms of classic nerd depression that I’ve learned to live with at work - simply because aspergers - and while not being gleeful, it does make one wonder if some individuals may learn to understand the people they interact with better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Djan Seriy Anaplian View Post
    You do raise a cool point. Itís pretty interesting to see how extroverts are dealing with social isolation. Iíve had friends calling me describing symptoms of classic nerd depression that Iíve learned to live with at work - simply because aspergers - and while not being gleeful, it does make one wonder if some individuals may learn to understand the people they interact with better.
    I had to LOL when someone wrote a serious "news" article about the fact Roll20 existed as a solution for people who couldn't game with friends AFK.

    Ummm... My lifestyle is not news.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Appleby View Post
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    I thought about replacing the pick ups as well a while ago, but I can't play anyway and any pick ups worth changing for are quite pricey, like a Texas set.

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    Yes, it won’t matter until you can play.
    It's been a gift from my host family from my high school year back in 2002/2003.

    I keep it playable for when friends drop by and want to play, but myself I don't have the ambition to play. The tech side is more my thing.

    Tapapapatalk
    Luthiering is a cool skillset to learn. I honestly recommend this guy for the theory.

    http://www.danerlewine.com/

    His youtube channel is like the library of Alexandria for guitar repair techniques.
    meh

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    The thing I will try in weekend

    Double Cheeseburger Bread Bowl

    I'm getting to work on my "quarrentine belly"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Djan Seriy Anaplian View Post
    You do raise a cool point. It’s pretty interesting to see how extroverts are dealing with social isolation. I’ve had friends calling me describing symptoms of classic nerd depression that I’ve learned to live with at work - simply because aspergers - and while not being gleeful, it does make one wonder if some individuals may learn to understand the people they interact with better.
    "Holy shit, I ask you to stop being autistic and you debate what autistic is." - spasm
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    Made a stock management system for the wine in my house in Django. Entirely normal behaviour.





    Quote Originally Posted by Amantus
    whats tyhe appear of a shnitifuck cu nt eve onlio9ne corpotraTION DICKOLHEAD FUCKIN AS

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    Here's the repo of badness
    https://github.com/dark-flare/django-wine
    Quote Originally Posted by Amantus
    whats tyhe appear of a shnitifuck cu nt eve onlio9ne corpotraTION DICKOLHEAD FUCKIN AS

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark Flare View Post
    Over time, and as Django projects get bit larger, apps, models and views will normally end up becoming folders (with an __init__.py, to make it a package), but yeah. I might read some code and critique, as I've run Django in prod, at scale, for a while, a while ago.

    (I might nick this for meself)
    meh

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    Copy paste developer spotted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rufuske View Post
    Copy paste developer spotted.
    Anyone who isn't should be treated with absolute suspicion.
    meh

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    Quote Originally Posted by rufuske View Post
    Copy paste developer spotted.
    I don't get paid enough to write my own code.

    Sent from my Potato using my fingers
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    Also that didn't sound like abloo bloo to me, PM me and we can agree on a meeting spot and settle this with queensberry rules, that's a serious offer btw. I've been a member of this community since 2005 and i've never met a more toxic individual.

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    I need to point a friend to this, it can surely be adapted to boardgames.

    He needs to get comfortable with git anyway IMHO.
    nevar forget

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    Quote Originally Posted by erichkknaar View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Dark Flare View Post
    Over time, and as Django projects get bit larger, apps, models and views will normally end up becoming folders (with an __init__.py, to make it a package), but yeah. I might read some code and critique, as I've run Django in prod, at scale, for a while, a while ago.

    (I might nick this for meself)
    I've not used Django since it was version 1.something, so much has changed that it was effectively the same as learning it again. That said, it's still quick to knock together and it kinda just works(TM) out of the box so that's nice.
    Quote Originally Posted by Amantus
    whats tyhe appear of a shnitifuck cu nt eve onlio9ne corpotraTION DICKOLHEAD FUCKIN AS

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    Quote Originally Posted by erichkknaar View Post
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    Copy paste developer spotted.
    Anyone who isn't should be treated with absolute suspicion.
    That's why you outsource development to eastern europe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rufuske View Post
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    Copy paste developer spotted.
    Anyone who isn't should be treated with absolute suspicion.
    That's why you outsource development to eastern europe.
    meh

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    Quote Originally Posted by erichkknaar View Post
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    Copy paste developer spotted.
    Anyone who isn't should be treated with absolute suspicion.
    That's why you outsource development to eastern europe.

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    pi-hole setup now

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