Organize your exported Google Photos collection with this Python script because Google's Takeout is a mess if you want to move them
It was news we knew would eventually come. After offering free unlimited high-quality backups since 2015, Google Photos will begin counting storage for high-quality uploads against your Google Account beginning June 2, 2021.
Naturally, people have started to consider what they’ll do with their photo and video collection when the time comes. One option is to export your photos and go with an alternative service. You can use Google Takeout to download your entire library, but using that option may result in some headaches if you have a ton of photos and videos. That’s because, for whatever reason, Google chose to export photos separated by folders with .json files inside. But what if you just want to have a single folder containing all of your photos in chronological order, or if you want to organize all of your photos by month and year? https://squeet.me/objects/962c3e10330308eecf7919527d39071aa7a2af4c
I passed my AWS Certified Developer -- Associate exam, to celebrate AWS decided to wreck their infrastructure! ;-)
@numi #numi /id
It has been on my wishlist for a while now to create a chessbot for the fediverse in Python. All the components are there; mastodon/fediverse libraries, stockfish and a lib that generates images.
I have a deadline this Wednesday, once that is passed, its time to open Atom again and start scripting. 🙂
I don't know much about the art world, so I looked at some zoom broadcast with a friend of mine. Their pretentiousness was funny and cringe, but I lost my sides when Marina Abramović said: " Covid-19 needs to adapt to us instead of we needing to adapt to Covid-19 "
My sides were launched into orbit. 😂
Updating #mastodon went great! The instructions underneath https://github.com/tootsuite/mastodon/releases/tag/v3.2.1 paired with https://docs.joinmastodon.org/admin/upgrading/ didn't help much. I ended up redoing portions of the installation process and had to edit the Gemfile.lock. But managed it in the end...
I am not comfortable with any of the technologies used for mastodon. I am happy I managed to get it working again in the first place. 😅
I've been looking into replacing our old saltstack and salt-cloud installation to deploy, provision and manage a fleet of EC2 instances in AWS, and unfortunately I haven't been able to find anything that is just as cheap as salt ( read: free ) that is stable enough. I've looked into Ansible (Tower) and CFengine so far, does anyone has suggestions for me to look into?
Despite elevated infections in the region I visited the two pubs I frequent. Just one more time before they close for at least 4 weeks. It felt like some bitter sweet wake with friends. Knowing well that some may not survive the next 4 weeks making the entire visit a sort of goodbye.
While my spirits was optimistic during this evening, now at home the reality is slowly setting in and there may no coming back from this.
Everything I know is a lie. 😞
Thanks to the Youtube recommendation algorithm I stumbled on this documentary on the UK Sound underground music from the late '80s/early 90's till now, how it progressed over time and its influences.
Having listened to the earlier works in the early 90's it might explain my migration into the D&B scene ~10 years ago was effortless and felt natural.
Surveillance capitalism is the same as climate change, but for data:
- Some people have been warning about its consequences for years
- Most people don't care because they don't feel concerned, they can't see it affecting them
- A few companies are making a lot of damage with the help of governments
- When we will face the consequences it will be too late
- We can still do something about it, and the sooner the better
I went to the #ejabberd chat channel and got pointed to https://git.chinwag.org/chinwag/ejabberd-auth-mastodon
This solved all my issues in one go. 🙂
My mastodon user/pass are also the same user/pass for the jabber server! ❤️
Licaon_Kter or Licaon Kter, if you ever read this; thank you!
While this may be funny, I did make me wonder if ones seniority can be determined by the reliance on #StackOverflow (or sources outside the documentation in general for that matter). 🤔
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