What does /g/ use to distill its water?
you should just go all out and make a meth lab
we should actually have a drug tech general
You don't even need the cold liquid.
Just get a pot of boiling water on a cooktop and get a metal lid for the pot which is way larger than the diameter of the pot and hang it over. The steam will collect in the lid and fall to whatever container is below.
Found out windows 7 doesn't support ryzen but there is also I way to get it working anyone have any idea how
>This is why macOS is the greatest operating system in the world.
Cool, I've been editing 4K video on my Fury today and it's comfy. Getting that kind of performance for a fraction of the heat and noise with an undervolted Vega sounds great. I'm sure Apple thought exactly the same thing.
Old software you miss from the days of internet past
let's talk about e-ink devices. Have you ever used a e-ink device? when? what? Do you like e-ink devices? I LOVE E-INK TECHNOLOGY!
>Have you ever used a e-ink device?
I've been using them since 2011.
Started out with some no name chink trash. Got a Kindle paperwhite in 2012, then paperwhite 3 in 2015 and now I have a Kobo Aura One.
>Do you like e-ink devices?
We are making a web browser!
In the face of recent changes in Firefox and Chrome some anons were asking for a /g/'s perfect web browser, we collected the most wanted here and plan on continuing with the creation.
To contribute follow the WORK PLAN, join the IRC to ask developers for a repo, and get to programming!
IRC on Rizon: #/g/netrunner
IRC guide: https://pastebin.com/YDbEWRHV
Teknik: https://git.teknik.io/gyroninja/netrunner, https://git.teknik.io/eti/netrunner
- Host project at savannah.nongnu.org
- Set bug tracker and mailing list in Savannah.
1. Browse links2 source code (you can use Ctags for tagging functions and files).
2. Expose API and give access to everything (scripting through executables is planned).
3. Give total control over the DOM, put options in files inside a hierarchical folder structure referencing sites and subsites.
4. Implement a link grabber for every link and media type to be parsed by scripts and independent applications.
5. Create an uncomplicated switch to general security profiles located in saved files.
6. Implement ncurses simple tree style graphics for bookmarks, tabs, advanced security policies by site, etc.
7. Work in the framebuffer graphics rendering.
9. Cache, logs, cookies, and other data storage options.
10. Ports routing proxy management.
11. Vim/Emacs modes, dwb hints and quickmarks.
12. Optionally add parser forHTML, DJVU, PDF, epub, etc.?
- Options by site.
- Granular control over incoming traffic like Policeman (more detailed than uMatrix).
- Granular control over outgoing traffic like Tamper Data or like Privacy Settings (the addon).
- HTTPS with the HTTP fallback optionally in a new instance of the browser with functions like HTTP POST disabled.
- URI leak prevention like "No Resource URI Leak" and no plugin enumeration.
- Local CDN like Decentraleyes and Load from Cache.
- Cookie management like Cookie Monster.
- Option to turn off disk usage for all data (cache, tmp data, cookies, logs, etc.), and make cache read only.
- Randomizer for user-agent and canvas fingerprint.
- Custom stylesheets like Stylish.
- Userscript support like Greasemonkey.
- Proxy management like FoxyProxy.
- Simple ports routing to use networks like Tor or I2P.
- Simple switch to universal profiles to be used like blocklists from uBlock, or like Privacy Settings.
- A configuration file like Lynx for universal profiles.
- URL deobfuscation like "Google search link fix" and "Pure URL".
- Search customization like surfraw, dwb or InstantFox Quick Search.
- Reverse image search like Google Reverse Image Search.
- Use of external applications to open links, replacing video player with youtube-dl and MPV, for text input by a text editor, browse protocols like ftp/gopher, or as a file picker.
- Use wget web crawling feature like a DownThemAll.
- Send commands to a monitor (and command history) to keep browsing while commands are working.
- Simple emacs-like keybindings to menubar by default for new users.
- Keyboard driven with dwb features like vi-like keybindings, hints, quickmarks, and custom commands.
- Configuration options from an integrated command-line.
- Non-bloated smooth UI like dwb.
- Import bookmarks from browsers like Firefox.
- Written in C.
- Low on dependencies.
- GPL v3+.
- Framebuffer support like NetSurf for working in the terminal (TTY).
>Will it have an adblocker.
>Will it have tree style tabs?
Yes, but not up in the priorities.
>Will it be crossplatform?
>Will it it have vim keys?
>Will it have "graphics"?
Yes. We are planning to run the program in terminal using the frame buffer for graphics, but Links2 also comes with directfb, X server, SVGA and other graphics drivers.
>What logo are you going to use?
We liked all so far.
>Are repos representing the finished work?
No. We're focused on making a custom codebase then we're going to go back with what we learned and rearchitect it.
>Why not a single repo?
Developers are experimenting. We plan on moving to savannah.nongnu.org eventually.
>Where do I get a repo to work?
Look at the OP or ask in the IRC.
Enough features and the API seems more friendly.
>Why not netsurf?
Good rendering but not for DOM updates, plus dependencies gave problems.
We're debating this.
>Will you use a separate layout engine?
We're debating this.
>Will you use netsurf layout engine?
Might be a problem because of the DOM (not enough information).
>Will you use webkit/blink/servo?
>Do you plan to use a separate HTML parser like MyHTML
We are debating this. Some devs plan to make it work as a document viewer too.
>Buyer's template for the unenlightened:
Where to Buy:
You are new and want our advice? Use buyers template
This thread is about the appreciation of horology, as well as the micro-engineering and materials engineering that are required to make a fine watch, clock, or other timepiece.
>Required Viewings For Newbies:
Seikoanon, why is there a suwa mark on my 1988 5s21? How late did that mark exist?
>sitting in public space, Uni for instance
>laptop open -- just lurking /g/ or doing something else equally unproductive
>girl comes over and sits in my peripheral region
>instantly open atom and start hammering at keyboard with intermittent pauses during which I study my screen contemplatively while rubbing my chin
I do this all the time to impress girls with my programming finesse.
How about you guys? Anyone else do it? Post your success stories.
We are starting a hub for anons interesting in VR. All text is a WIP.
>What is VR? Why should I care?
Virtual reality seeks to fool your perceptual systems into believing that you're in a different world. It's been a sci-fi meme for decades that once was even attempted and failed, but consumer technology has advanced to the point where it's now possible.
>A not very serious compilation of trailers demonstrating current VR
>But VR is a dumb gimmick and-
This thread isn't for you. Go shitpost somewhere else. If you're genuinely curious about VR, keep reading to learn more, and post if you have questions.
>I'm not sure I believe the hype.
The only way to truly understand VR is to experience it. If you're skeptical, try a live demo and make up your own mind. Or keep reading for a comprehensive intro.
>Where can I try it?
>Essential intro to VR
>Should be a REQUIRED reading, even if you know about VR
>I have X concern about VR
Read our Q&A (only after you've read the previous paste).
>Hardware purchasing guide with deals/discounts
>User guides, requirements, setup, and resources
>Recommended games and applications (includes NSFW)
>News and developments
-Echo Arena beta is open July 6th to 10th, download it free now on the Oculus store, it's good shit
-Oculus Rift w/ Touch is on sale and costs $450 (down from $800 at launch)
-Alien: Isolation is getting worked on to support VR by a modder on Reddit who also works on HL2 VR
-Knuckles dev kits in developers' hands being shown off
Redirect shitposters to the OP. If they do not read it, have not read it, or don't take into account information from it, tell them to, or don't even bother. Shitposting is not what we're here for.
PSVR guide and more PSVR info.
More tips and resources for the headset guides.
Better/more info for everything.
Check out my new github repository.
So what's the consensus?
So why did based pajeets even became the main force in the tech sector?
India had their population's education focus on math and sciences instead of sports, depth through breadth, liberal arts, etc.. Numerous positions in the west that are occupied by sociologists and other meme degrees in India are occupied by engineers. Look into the guru scene to better understand
there are a lot of them that can crank out what appears to be suitable code to hiring managers who know nothing about code but get big bonuses for coming in under budget and can offload all the responsibility for the inevitable collapse from shitty pajeet code onto product managers