I really enjoy John Moreland’s lyricism and performance style. This spare, live album is heartfelt and shows off both nicely. Great for a quiet early holiday afternoon.
- Huge revision of the backend method for stat calculation, making it more flexible and accurate
- Highlighting of masterwork items in display
- Proper forwarding of selected ability fragments to DIM for loadout building (this was harder than I thought it would be)
Listening to streaming music and posting to my blog while on descent to SLC is something else, man.
My NUC running Suse must have heard me talking about replacing it with a Mac Mini, because it’s been stubbornly stable for about 36 hours, after crashing perhaps a dozen times on Tuesday. I’m giving it the strong side eye.
I spent an unseemly portion of today getting Suse to work on my finicky NUC to run my Roon server. If it’s still unstable then I think it must be a hardware issue, and I’ll just replace the whole thing with a Mac Mini.
I’m getting my last.fm stats toy updated early this year. Look out, Spotify Wrapped! I’m also using this as an opportunity to try out the very exciting new Quarto dashboards capability.
The last couple of weekends I’ve been slowly working on some improvements to Armorer, my Destiny 2 loadout finder build in Shiny.
Notable enhancements for this release include:
There are some bugs to address and optimization to perform, of course. But, with these improvements, the tool is finally just about as functional as I have long wanted it to be! I think it’s really pretty good, and I’m pleased and proud to have made something sophisticated and useful. I hope some more Destiny 2 players will try it out and let me know how it works for you.
The first cold days of autumn, plus some rainy overnights, left a small bit of snow just barely visible on the ramp of ridges that lead up to Ben Lomond Peak.
Whoa, roon-tui lets you control Roon from a terminal! This is very cool and makes me want to learn just a little Rust to be able to tinker with it.