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4 Oct 2019
04:53:11@danielle.wis:matrix.orgdanielle.wis If neural networks need numbers between 1 and 0, why not use integers?
04:53:50@danielle.wis:matrix.orgdanielle.wis Just multiply them and divide them later
04:58:10@bobsmith-dpi:matrix.orgbobsmith-dpiThere are FIR design tools that restrict the coefficients to powers of 2. That way you can build the FIR using only adders and no multipliers.
9 Oct 2019
03:10:05@swedishhat:matrix.orgswedishhatI just went to a pretty cool talk on provisioning Yocto Linux builds for different kinds of hardware
03:10:44@swedishhat:matrix.orgswedishhatIt was about as in depth as you could expect for an hour meetup but I'll post the slides and my notes in a sec
03:21:39@swedishhat:matrix.orgswedishhatThe talk itself was loosely affiliated with the silicon valley linux users group (http://svlug.org/) which could be a cool avenue for getting members and giving talks. They specifically requested if anyone in the crowd wanted to give a talk at some future meeting, even if they weren't an expert
03:22:23@swedishhat:matrix.orgswedishhatEmbedded Linux Talk Notes.pdf
Embedded Linux Talk Notes.pdf
03:22:24@swedishhat:matrix.orgswedishhathere are my notes:
03:26:10@swedishhat:matrix.orgswedishhat danielle.wis: there's a santa cruz list as well if you're interested: http://lists.svlug.org/lists/listinfo/smaug
04:47:14@danielle.wis:matrix.orgdanielle.wis Hah Smaug
06:55:58@swedishhat:matrix.orgswedishhat https://latacora.micro.blog/2019/07/16/the-pgp-problem.html
07:00:24@swedishhat:matrix.orgswedishhat This article is an interesting stance on pgp and why they think it needs to die. I'm not totally convinced but I am more doubtful of it
07:06:43@swedishhat:matrix.orgswedishhat Dang, I got another good article: https://renesd.blogspot.com/2019/09/post-modern-c-tooling.html?m=1
07:07:04@swedishhat:matrix.orgswedishhatSorry for all the spam today. Lots of relevant stuff
21:42:36@bobsmith-dpi:matrix.orgbobsmith-dpiThanks for the links. Encrypted backups has been on my todo list for awhile. The C tools stuff was pretty useful. I'd never heard of many of them.
17 Oct 2019
17:11:32@bobsmith-dpi:matrix.orgbobsmith-dpiNot for clusters but still an interesting peer-to-peer protocol: https://datprotocol.github.io/how-dat-works/
21 Oct 2019
02:28:04@bobsmith-dpi:matrix.orgbobsmith-dpin*log(n) multiply https://www.popularmechanics.com/science/a29514208/faster-way-multiply/
23 Oct 2019
23:07:21@swedishhat:matrix.orgswedishhatI couldn't find the actual algorithm
23:07:29@swedishhat:matrix.orgswedishhatBut it's a pretty kewl concept
28 Oct 2019
20:35:58@swedishhat:matrix.orgswedishhatRedacted or Malformed Event
20:37:13@swedishhat:matrix.orgswedishhat Hey bobsmith-dpi, are you still coming down to Cali to demo the jigsaw puzzle this weekend?
29 Oct 2019
19:24:03@bobsmith-dpi:matrix.orgbobsmith-dpiHalf yes. I'll be at the Dojo Saturday evening just because, but I've not made any progress on programming a solution to the puzzle. I could demo how to create a puzzle and discuss approaches to solving it, but I don't have any solution code to show.
30 Oct 2019
10:27:13@swedishhat:matrix.orgswedishhat That sounds cool to me. It'll be a pretty low-key thing I think
31 Oct 2019
18:28:37@danielle.wis:matrix.orgdanielle.wislinux challenge: write a tool that produces STDOUT for this ascii first person shooter that progress the simulation with a no-op newline OR produces the last keystroke
18:29:01@danielle.wis:matrix.orgdanielle.wisextra extra challenge: make this STDOUT tool networked, for a lan-party version of the awk-raycaster FPS ;)
18:36:03@danielle.wis:matrix.orgdanielle.wishere's my shitty attempt lol
18:36:17@danielle.wis:matrix.orgdanielle.wis(touch a; while sleep 0.5 && [ -f a ]; do a=$(cat a); if [ "x$a" != "x" ]; then echo $a; echo -n > a; else echo; fi; done & while [ -f a ]; do read -n1 c; echo $c > a; done) | gawk -f awkaster.awk
8 Nov 2019

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