That took a bit longer than planned due to the day job, but the first version is now up: https://feeddirectory.org
Spent most of today doing "hot namespace talk" writing the API specs.
Now seeking some early adopters that want to integrate this into their podcast player / RSS reader apps - I'll do the backend so you don't have to. 😉
Down to the silicon: how the Z80's registers are implemented http://www.righto.com/2014/10/how-z80s-registers-are-implemented-down.html | https://lobste.rs/s/bigf5s #assembly #hardware
European Parliament approves mass surveillance of private communication
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There are no results for tank man
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Memorial Day SNAFU Sir Gene Speaks Episode! (Sorry Stu)
YouTube suspends account for linking to a PhD research on WPA2 vulnerability
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HSBC bans customers from buying Bitcoin-backer MicroStrategy shares
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Been an interesting and busy weekend...
Sent and received the first sats on my Raspiblitz, and also finished the coding on some additions to feeddirectory.org that can be used to add a value block to any publisher on it (not just podcasts).
Also a "review" feature to allow reviews of feeds to be added and moderated - moderation is not centralised, FD holds the raw content, apps can moderate according to their own rules.
Just a lots of documentation to write now before it's released.
Programming Language with Only One Command and the Operating System Built on It
I think I've managed to send something out to the PodcastIndex node...
Ah, think I've found it under the Settings menu.
I'm guessing that the "address" I need to give out in order to receive keysend payments is the big long hex number on the display (before the @ip:port):
Maybe some kind soul can send me a couple of sats to see if this is working? 🤨
I reverse engineered the Raspberry Pi hardware [video]
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Software Engineer, does things with databases.
Trying to build really useful backend services for developers of podcast players and RSS viewers.
Based in the UK.
Intended for all stake holders of podcasting who are interested in improving the eco system