Random Chitchat 2020
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Relocating the chitchat to a new yearly thread.

Previous years:
2019: https://forum.cuberite.org/thread-3213.html
2018: https://forum.cuberite.org/thread-3156.html
2017: https://forum.cuberite.org/thread-2727.html
Older: https://forum.cuberite.org/thread-434.html

Let the small-talk and goofy-talk begin! Smile
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#2
Happy New Year everyone!Big Grin
Combustible lemons and potato batteries, that's the future.Big Grin
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#3
Hey, tonibm19 is back after a year Smile
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Yay, I still lurk here from time to timeTongue.

However, Computer Science is killing my free time D:

It's nice to see you doing well!
Combustible lemons and potato batteries, that's the future.Big Grin
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So I've found a solution to my networking conundrum regarding the move from the old house to the new one. I'll keep the connectivity I currently have there from my neighbor, and ask him to buy better speed (of course I'll have to pay him for that), and I've managed to set up SSH-based tunneling from an EC2 micro-server that has a public IPv4 address. That will provide the public IP I need for accessing my home computers, and seems that it will be free for a year, courtesy of Amazon Smile
Unfortunately that means a bit of network lag added to the Gallery server, probably about 20 msec. Should still be survivable Smile

Setting up the SSH tunnel was tough. I've practically spent two days on that alone.
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Wow, it seems the fmt library that we use has found its way to being the actual C++20 standard:
www.open-std.org/jtc1/sc22/wg21/docs/papers/2019/p0645r9.html
Finally something really good in the standard.
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(02-23-2020, 06:41 PM)xoft Wrote: Wow, it seems the fmt library that we use has found its way to being the actual C++20 standard:
www.open-std.org/jtc1/sc22/wg21/docs/papers/2019/p0645r9.html
Finally something really good in the standard.
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The high wind seems to have shifted my antenna, so now instead of some 20 MBits I only get around 0.5 MBits with lots of dropped packets Sad Need to call the neighbor to fix it, I don't know how. Remote desktop in these conditions is just unbearable.
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RIP http://mc-server.org. MCServer is no more.Tongue
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RIP

So how is everyone doing?
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