I'm ROllerozxa. This is my site where I write about what I do and about whatever else interests me, in the case that someone else finds it interesting.
For the past year or so I've been sleeping with a Blåhaj plush. He's big, cute, cuddly and I've loved him ever since I got him. However, throughout the months his face has begun to yellow from rubbing against my face, and just generally becoming a bit dirty. I was scared of washing him because I was worried he would get messed up or deformed by the washing machine, even if IKEA said that he is able to be washed completely fine.
If you're in the same situation as me, don't worry! While his stuffing may become a bit different from before, you can move it around while he's drying and he will hopefully remain just as cute and cuddly as before. Once dried he should return to mostly like how he was before but most importantly, he will be clean!
When you are using an SQL database it is always useful to combine it with some sort of key-value store with less overhead to act as caching, either for heavy queries or if you just want to aggressively optimise page load speeds.
ffmpeg is a very versatile and useful tool with the capability to compose and manipulate multimedia in all sort of complicated ways… Emphasis on complicated. However it is still possible to use
ffmpeg for simpler things without having to learn all of its syntax and arguments. And one of the simplest things you could use
ffmpeg for is to simply convert between various media formats.
I like reading through my access logs, almost as much as I like RSS feeds nowadays. So when I looked at the access logs for the Voxelmanip Forums, I was very interested to see what I thought was a new RSS client… Mjukisbyxor?
A while back I came across an image while randomly browsing the internet, a meme starring
Pepe Apu Apustaja (apparently that's the name of the cute somewhat derpy looking Pepe variation) and everyone's favourite streamer Jerma. I personally consider it to be the best image on the Internet.
The current gold standard of Wiki software would have to be MediaWiki. It is developed by the Wikimedia Foundation and is used by most Wikis on the internet, including Wikipedia and related projects. While it's certainly a very well polished piece of software that is designed to be able to handle a website within the top 10 websites (Wikipedia), it is a quite large piece of software that scales down poorly to a small Wiki hosted on a low-end server.