Do you consume oat drink, soy yoghurt, or other #vegan dairy alternatives?
EU parliament is attempting to ban any terms, marketing, or even appearance of vegan products that are associated to milk or dairy. This includes the terms "yoghurt" style, similar packaging in cartons or yoghurt cups, or even the comparison with milk's climate impact.
While this dairy-lobby-driven amendment is already through parliament, there's a petition to stop it in council. https://stopam171.com/
Rappel sur la pétition concernant l'AAH
La pétition pour permettre aux personnes handi de pas être dépendantes des revenus de leur conjoints en est à 84k signatures sur 100k.
S'il vous plaît, continuez de la relayer.
Lien : https://petitions.senat.fr/initiatives/i-416
Sound recorded with my ZOOM H1! I'm not yet used to it but here is my rendition of April's Fool Jig :þ
My first PVC low D whistle is done! It's not perfect though but pretty nice for a first try. I'll definitely make more with slight adjustments.
This one sounds nice in my opinion and is quite in tune except for the highest notes which require lots of breath to be in tune. I think it's just a little louder than what I expected which is great, I know low D whistles tend to be quieter.
@aearil @Hiro We bought the switches and caps from https://novelkeys.xyz It was quite expensive since it's from the US and we live in Europe, next time I’ll try to order directly from Kailh by email.
We use our own code on the atmega, which isn’t super great yet. I suppose it would be possible to edit some existing firmware like QMK but we haven’t looked into it yet.
The keycaps that we have can be laser engraved, but we’re leaving them blank. For an example of engraving, look at @mntmn laptop
@ckeen Really cool stuff indeed! :O
Update on MNT Reform https://mntre.com/media/reform_md/2020-11-27-reform-production-update-nov-2020.html
COOL BIRDS !!!
Big ball of #scheme.
This visualizes dependencies between sample implementations in SRFIs obtained by grepping the Git repositories for `(srfi [0-9]+)` and cleaning up false positives. Some not so serious insights (the data is most certainly biased and incorrect):
- Only SRFIs above 100 have sample implementations relying on other SRFIs
- SRFI-146, SRFI-165 and SRFI-207 have the most dependencies (still less than npm packages though)
- SRFI-1, SRFI-145 and SRFI-151 are most depended on
- Some SRFIs are dependency islands, suggesting that they form libraries on top of each other
This leads to a contempt for the past. Too much of what was created in the last fifty years is gone because no one took care to preserve it.
I really love how everything is so simple to write with explicit continuations (the last two arguments of the `compile` procedure: win and lose). And De Morgan’s law to implement alt as a composition of the existing seq (&&) and not. As a bonus, the code generated by this is the most optimal one.
Violoncellist, into traditionnal/folk music.
CHICKEN #Scheme core developer.
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