@aaronpk I’m confused what’s going on with your site. These are a year old, but don’t look like boosts? Are you doing this manually?
It was a bug in the workflow I use to post these! It thought it hadn't imported these before so it sent them again. It did use the correct date, which surfaces an interesting "feature" of Mastodon which is that it will show you posts it receives at the top of the feed regardless of the date in the post's metadata.
it's fine, no major complaints, but it doesn't have dramatically better battery life than the fitbit like I was hoping. I also realized I'm losing the granular sleep data by pushing into Apple Health, so I'm not sure what I'm going to do
This is really interesting. Look at the language used to describe both. Apple is describing features of existing products. Mozilla is describing new products giving each a new name. Why would someone care about containers? Tab groups is more use case driven.
@aaronpk Btw I can confirm that even an old Raspberry Pi 2B can totally do RTMP to HDMI bridging. Uses about 12% CPU with 1080p60 h.264 high profile 4500 kbps, with no more latency than the 4B. I streamed to both in parallel to test, no difference.
This is also an XS, but for conferences it doesn’t matter really, because the phone’s cam quality isn’t the bottleneck. Showing off a nice forest/garden background to all the office-sitters totally makes up for it ;)
@aaronpk Saw your “more minimal setup” for video conferences. Here’s my take, without even a laptop. Using the phone’s cam+mike for the actual conference, having the iPad completely free to work during the conference. Custom 3d-printed stand for both together.
That's awesome! I'm gonna have to try that some time! Might have to wait until I get a new phone tho cause the front camera on the iPhone XS isn't great
No vibration motor. Only a singular piezo beep. Also doesn't actually show content of a message, really just a high level info with an icon for the type. I do not use mine for notifications at all. I just wanted a digital watch that happened to track HR, steps, and sleep.
I mean honestly it sounds kind of ideal! And a good price too!
I've had mine since March and it's been pretty great so far. I have questioned 'jail breaking' it to use gadgetbridge instead of zepp, but I haven't been bothered to as of yet.
I have two criteria for this kind of thing. The sleep tracking has to be automatic, not requiring turning it on at night, and there has to be an API or it has to sync to Apple Health. Do you know if it has these?