- #Fennec F-Droid (#Browser mit Fokus auf #Datenschutz, basierend auf #Firefox)
- #NewPipe (für #Youtube Videos ohne #Werbung)
- #Nextcloud (Nextcloud halt 😉 )
- #OpenCamera (großartige #Kamera-App mit vielen manuellen Einstellmöglichkeiten und #RAW)
- #WireGuard (#VPN-Netzwerktunnel)
- #NextcloudNews (der mit Abstand beste #RSS-#Reader)
The #XMPP standards foundation (XSF) has applied to Google Summer of Code 2022.
GSoC pays people a stipend to contribute to open source projects over the summer
It used to be just for students, but AFAIK it's now open to anyone.
I've added one-on-one Audio/Video calls to #ConverseJS as a project idea. I'm stepping up to be mentor for this project.
It could have been a good option for a data center, but not for an office desk.
My next idea was to try liquid cooling. I got a GPU mounting bracket from NZXT and Corsair fan from e-bay.
The end result looks great and is quiet enough.
My noise baseline is the fridge. My laptop and the GPU enclosure are quieter than the fridge.
I had a broken Titan card and decided to use a fan from there.
I replaced the heat sink, glued the fan. The result worked, but still was loud.
To mitigate the issue, i got a fan controller. It slowed down the fan when the card was cool.
Initially I used a fan that is attached on the side of the card.
It did keep the card cool, but was very loud. The noise was too loud to do any work.
I'm using the card in an external enclosure. In theory, I could have gotten required airflow but I decided to go alternative way.
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