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Ham radio has to be the coolest thing ever. So happy I'm getting my license. I've been having a great time recently just listening in on WebSDR during work.

"To use Pleroma, please enable JavaScript."

Really? That's disappointing.

I was able to extract all app icons!
BUT... the b/w versions are corrupted :(

I wonder if these are originally like this (probably not), or if my extraction tool is doing this.

Or maybe ImageMagick can't handle b/w tiffs?

I originally wrote the util as a way to learn some rust, unfortunately, not having the time to actually learn it meant any change I wanted to do took longer and made me anxious. The C version is easier for me to work with.

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Rewrote my NextStep icon extractor in C, parsing the mach-o file myself, removing the dependency on rust’s mach_object library.

So now, being able to mount the original file systems and extract the icons means I’m ready to start the icon archive!

Just looked at some projects on Github and saw that the site no longer advertises a standard git command to copy for repo cloning. Now they encourage the use of 'Github CLI' with the syntax of 'gh repo clone'.

No doubt it's a wrapper around git that will slowly gain features that git won't add because there is no need for them.

They are no longer a 'git hub', they are a 'repo space'.

All leading to the classic, Embrace, Extend, Extinguish.

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Extracting icons from NextStep apps

Parsing debug info on Borland compiled dos programs.

Was planning to self host on a raspberry pi zero I have, but finding a good way to expose the pi to the web got too complicated. So, GitHub pages for now.

Got up and running, it’ll take a while to move my notes and journal over, but I guess it’s a start.

I’m currently hand writing the html, but started working a small generator to help with that.

Couldn't get dosbox-x to compile on the raspberry pi, and didn't have the energy last night to deal with the library hell I encounterd.

I guess it's for the best, I'll just have to make my own DOS emulator better.

So apparently you can take the ham radio foundation test online now. Guess it’s time to do it.

I have a 2014 MBP I want to install Linux on. Should I go with elementary os or something else?

I maintain a copy of my browser bookmarks here, if you're looking for related things:

They're updated daily.

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