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While building the , my current printer has the job of providing me with all the storage boxes for the parts to use.

As the printer design is gpl licensed, you get to play around with every part of it, including the design. This is very useful while (re-)building the printer.

Here's a screenshot from from what I am trying to build.

Spent the better part of last week building the mechanical part of a Voron 2.4 3d printer, almost ready to start wiring it.

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It won't be a surprise, but I honestly believe we'd have a better world if #Bitcoin were to get a chance to replace part of these industries. And given the immense power these industries have over our policy makers, I don't see any other way to get rid of them. Bitcoin is unstoppable, it is 100% neutral and honest; it has no opinion that can be corrupted by wealth and power.
Anyone with internet can use it. Anyone with electricity can mine it. No permission required.

This is interesting. As fast as light is, it's rather slow when you take into account the vastness of space.

I think I will keep running the Qua instance on invitation mode for a while. The amount of work to silence spam linkers is just too much.

To give people a chance to sign up without contacting me, I will start posting some invite links; weekly or so.

Here's the first:

Huidige vaccinatiesnelheid in NL is ongeveer ~ 3 miljoen mensen / jaar.

I had some display freeze issues in . To my surprise, using the 'Lucid' toolkit instead of 'GTK' solved the problem. (2 weeks of testing showed no problems)

After reading

I decided to switch to make the swithc to Lucid permanent as I have a couple of the problems listed there.

It's mainly an invisible change for me. Basically the only time I see a difference is when emacs throws a yes/no dialog at me.

Somehow I overlooked the function `mu4e-view-toggle-hide-cited` which is include with mu4e.

This does 99% of what I need.

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Looking for a way in to have quoted text in emails collapsed in message-mode.

I envision something like have it all collapsed and replaced by something like '[...]' which could then be used as a toggle.

Anyone have any pointers before I dive into regex hell to write my own.

The best I could find is which seem to provide a generic solution which could be adapted.

Emacs survey results are out! Lots of interesting tidbits: people love magit, ivy and flycheck, and a striking number of respondents are fairly new to Emacs! This seems great for the health of the community.

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