Sunday, November 17, 2019

RubyData - Ruby for Data Science

This is kinda cool. We're so used to seeing Python and Julia being used in technical and scientific computing, but my preferred scripting language Ruby has made a little bit of a splash in this area, too. is a little resource which shows us where to look in case we want Ruby interfaces to scientific computing needs. Good to keep in our back pocket.

Sunday, August 18, 2019

Experimenting with streaming setups on NetBSD

Ever since OBS was successfully ported to NetBSD, I’ve been trying it out, seeing what works and what doesn’t. I’ve only just gotten started, and there’ll definitely be a lot of tweaking going forward.

Capturing a specific application’s windows seems to work okay. Capturing an entire display works, too. I actually haven’t tried streaming to Twitch or YouTube yet, but in a previous experiment a few weeks ago, I was able to run a FFmpeg command line and that could stream to Twitch mostly OK.

My laptop combined with my external monitor allows me to have a dual-monitor setup wherein the smaller laptop screen can be my “broadcasting station” while the bigger screen is where all the action takes place. I can make OBS visible on all Xfce workspaces, but keep it tucked away on that display only. Altogether, the setup should let me use the big screen for the fun stuff but I can still monitor everything in the small screen.

Saturday, June 1, 2019

dressupgeekout is on Mastodon!

A few things:

  1. I’m not dead.
  2. I still do use BSD sometimes.
  3. I just got myself an account on the Mastodon instance. I’m @dressupgeekout!