@exquisitecorp nice, yea the atreus cyberdeck builds I've seen look great. I was trying to get it to serve both home and travel, and it was too much for me -- though it's so hard to pinpoint the wrist pain causes, maybe with the right config and posture it would have been fine. I definitely missed the number row, though.
@exquisitecorp yea i have mostly been using a kinesis advantage, and then a little bit the atreus. the atreus was too small for me i think but i really liked some of the qmk configuration options so i'm hoping this hits the right spot.
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New Lily58 keyboard and prototype tented keyboard tray.
@exquisitecorp i guess my letsencrypt thing auto renews, so maybe you/your isp hit it at the exact right (wrong) time and it stuck around for a bit.
@exquisitecorp hi lee, I wasn't able to track down any likely causes for this. any chance is magically fixed on your isp's end now?
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Workspace update: I’ve been using erasable index cards for a while and made a stack-based holder for them.
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Lloyd's algorithm in a circle.
@phooky I think this turned out well and I like mid century stuff in general. Still on the lookout for things where the electronics and wood compliment each other more, though. I feel like this is kind of just a wood facade.
@phooky ooo this isn't exactly the answer to the question but will probably do what I need https://observablehq.com/@mbostock/voronoi-stippling
@phooky do you have any ideas for distributing a set number of points within a polygon? I was thinking of trying Lloyd's algorithm https://observablehq.com/@mbostock/lloyds-algorithm but I'm not sure if I can bound that within a polygon...
@exquisitecorp thanks -- there's a few things I can check. I had trouble with that domain being blocked because of an old hacked wordpress install a while ago. Thought I had it fixed up, but there might be something related going on. I'll debug and then probably ask you to take a look again in the near future.
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