Debian on my self-built desktop computer (for “work”)
Arch Linux on my self-built desktop computer (for “fun”, or to see the newest stuff)
Looks like this:
Oh, and of course I’m also running the latest jams on the Wikiloops radio. You can participate in these if you like, why not give it a try?
Like always, thanks for viewing, reading, listening, and all that 🙂 Happy holidays 🙂
Update, from Wed Dec 20th, 2023:
According to the German security expert Mike Kuketz, GrapheneOS is the gold standard of all Android operating systems. His article is in German, only the parts where he cites Daniel Micay, founder and lead developer of GrapheneOS are in English.
Be aware tho that in case you reject all Google services and apps, you’ll also lose some of their “AI” and capabilities. Your choice. In that case, user profiles might help – one owner profile without, and a user profile with Google services (still sandboxed in GrapheneOS). And thanks again for reading.
We’re letting Bella out since 10 days, and she is making good use of it, going up to 5.5 hours exploring her new home, garden, and surroundings. And then she normally comes home to rest. I take pictures when I see something, like this one for instance which I took using my phone:
Or this one with my camera:
It’s a joy having her with us, and I’m always glad when she comes back.
Today it has been 35 days or 5 weeks since we’ve brought Bella to our home. And according to the suggestions, if you move a cat, keep her in for 4-6 weeks to get accomodated to the new home, or else she could head out just to search for the old one. So we agreed on 5 weeks, meaning: today.
Here are some photos since last week, and from today:
Zuleikha also made a nice collage with her phone, which she sent me with Signal lately:
Here’s one from this morning, looking out at the dimly lit dining area/window:
Later, Bella slept a bit (or recharged, like babies do?):
And finally, while us humans were hanging the laundry: freedom! Yay!
She hasn’t been out for too long this first time, so let’s see how she’ll do during the next days. So much to explore…