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 ==== Whats here? ==== ==== Whats here? ====
 Just a collection of things that might be worth implementing. Maybe giving someone ideas :) Just a collection of things that might be worth implementing. Maybe giving someone ideas :)
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 +==== raspi4 / Nintendo switch benchmarking ====
 +I compared [[/​hardwarerelated/​raspberry_pi_4|pure computing power]], but a) power consumption and b) GPU performance would be interesting. ​ Maybe in autumn, when Tokyo over day temperature is below 30°C and the raspi4 is running better ;)
  
 ==== Performance Co-Pilot denki PMDA ==== ==== Performance Co-Pilot denki PMDA ====
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-==== facebook/​google+ in an encrypted, decentralized way ==== 
-With prism users would like to have the broadcast capabilities of facebook (conveniently post to a group of people), while having the option to stay anonymous for others than the recipients, and to encrypt the broadcast so only the recipients can read it. Writing an email to recipients and encryping with the recipients pubkeys works, but is not as convinient. diaspora is an approach into a decentralized direction atleast, and doing this in an open way. Maybe just a graphical frontend for mail+gpg is a good start. 
  
-Update: mastodon is not to bad.. 
 ==== language learner book exchange ==== ==== language learner book exchange ====
 Everybody has books around from childhood: books explaining things in simple words, and simple storys. Those books are not of big value to us, they are in danger of beeing thrown away without fulfilling a further purpose.. but this kind of books is important to others learning this language! Hm.. one could setup a web portal to exchange such books. Doing the environment a favor, and helping each other to learn languages! Everybody has books around from childhood: books explaining things in simple words, and simple storys. Those books are not of big value to us, they are in danger of beeing thrown away without fulfilling a further purpose.. but this kind of books is important to others learning this language! Hm.. one could setup a web portal to exchange such books. Doing the environment a favor, and helping each other to learn languages!
  
  
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-==== graphical shared-memory picture ==== 
-http://​virtualthreads.blogspot.com/​2006/​02/​understanding-memory-usage-on-linux.html describes how to see what memory/libs are used/among what processes. This could be presented nicely graphically,​ imagine a bubble '​libz.so'​ and seeing what processes use it.. 
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-==== xing/openbc in an open way ==== 
-This network hosts data of people and interconnects it, you have to pay to see who is looking you up. Such funktionality could be provided in an open way. People should host their profiles on a website and interconnect to other people in linking to their profiles - located on other URLs on the internet. Lookup semantic web. A network would span over the URLs. And my data would also be hosted by me, thats what i want. Ofcourse people would also be able to host their data without own servers, there would be providers for this, also free ones, as for openid now. The idea settled reading a thead at the [[http://​tlug.jp|tlug.jp]] mailinglist archived here: http://​www.tlug.jp/​ML/​0809/​msg00082.html . 
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-==== universe-emulator for slack ==== 
-Slack ( http://​www.sundell.net/​~alan/​projects/​slack/​ ) is a small and nice distribution-system for configs and software, sysadmin-style. The author states in slack-intro:​ 
-<​code>​ 
-I haven'​t invented the parallel universe simulator yet to 
-see how the world will react to the actions of your scripts 
-</​code>​ 
-Actually.. implementing this could be fun. Either making a copy of the whole system in a subtree with rsync and then running scripts chrooted on that (escaping daemon-restarts etc, as those would influence the real system) or virtualizing the whole system and running the script on that. After that diff'​ing i.e. all files and report what was changed. 
  
  
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   * using this on the internet, vs. using it in restricted intranets. maybe securely connecting both in one app on work-desktop.   * using this on the internet, vs. using it in restricted intranets. maybe securely connecting both in one app on work-desktop.
   * beeing able to use all this as plugins with a single application,​ would make the perfect media-hub.   * beeing able to use all this as plugins with a single application,​ would make the perfect media-hub.
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 ==== hamachi-like jabber xep (extension) ==== ==== hamachi-like jabber xep (extension) ====
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 ==== Japan/​Germany comparison ==== ==== Japan/​Germany comparison ====
 Both countries have so much in common, problems like aging population and declining birthrates. Yet, so many differences:​ more taxes in Germany, but these are for example spent to pay universities,​ while in Japan one has to pay that by oneself. Would be a good project to compare where both countries are spending their taxes on! Both countries have so much in common, problems like aging population and declining birthrates. Yet, so many differences:​ more taxes in Germany, but these are for example spent to pay universities,​ while in Japan one has to pay that by oneself. Would be a good project to compare where both countries are spending their taxes on!
 +==== new hobbies ====
 +  * Satellite from earth photography. Would include creation of setups to hold a camera, point it at the satellite, automatically zoom. Taking pictures of spy satellites or space stations would be interesting.
 +  * Learn an instrument. Taiko?
 +  * https://​www.electromaker.io/​blog/​article/​amazing-raspberry-pi-powered-led-cube-59
 +  * https://​polyfloyd.net/​post/​opengl-shaders-ledcube/​
 ==== speeches ==== ==== speeches ====
   * **introduction to cleartext rfc-protocolls** with examples for smtp, ssh (just 1 line), irc, pop3   * **introduction to cleartext rfc-protocolls** with examples for smtp, ssh (just 1 line), irc, pop3
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