Do you want a tool that monitor your project directories/files and report you, which files changed and ready to stage/commit?
This is where giti will probably help you:
With robust and time-tested tools like synaptic and aptitude, I think apt was doing a great job already, so what was the need for Snap? If the goal was to create one standard packaging system across all distros, then that will only work if all other distros also unanimously adapt Snap but until that happens, upstream developers will have to ship both apt/dnf as well as snap versions of their apps. So, developers’ work has increased or decreased?
Like everybody else in this COVID 19 time, in my work we are practicing social distancing, so, all meetings are online. One coworker was using a background filter in Teams and i want to do the same, unfortunately, filters are not available for linux at this moment, so, i implement my own filter (for fun).
While researching how to implement filters, i found this excellent post:
In this post they use docker whit a model called BodyPix for generating a mask of the background, i did not like this. I remember a model called Deeplab, this model implement semantic image segmentation
So, i get a trained model form the model zoo
I implement it and!!!!
Nice! but i find the borders too big for me, so i apply an erode filter
Better. Next step is mix the input and the mask
The result was not perfect (good for the work), the latency was ok whit my nvidia video card.
OK Background removal finished…. What i do now ? well… I love ASCII Art! y and found this cool post:
I implement the ASCII Art transformation function in my code and this is the result:
So, next step is make this a make this behave like a Webcam, for that, we use pyfakewebcam and v4l2loopback (like in elder.dev post) and we get this:
You can get the source code and install instructions in:
Thank you for reading.
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Covers how io_uring and eBPF work, and how they will impact async application development, using impact on the NoSQL database Scylla as an example.