A few years ago, at a Christmas market in Germany, I bought myself two pack-flat cardboard stars. They’re meant to use a specific light fitting, but in 2019 I bodged them on top of some simple bedside lamps from Woodies,
The DMYC has an IP camera pointed at the slip; the URL is very creative, it’s slipcam.dmyc.ie. Through the power of a Python script that knows how to talk to Twitter and another API, the image that gets sent to
With Eir being unreachable via phone, I decided to poke the router they sent me, to see if I could tamper with the request that was causing issues. Basically, in the set of four requests that were XHR’d over to
Today I learned that the diagram style that shows two or more vertical lines with actions going from line to line is called a sequence diagram, and it’s a UML thing (we never got in to UML when I was
A small re-write of the sender into a Click driven CLI, making hard-codes into CLI arguments.
It turns out that iNavX doesn’t support rendering ERRPM; it only supports the NMEA 2000 variant, PGN 127488. This led me down the path of trying to work out if I could send PGNs to the MiniPlex3 via the WiFi