I think I'll just stick to PostgreSQL. I'm pretty good at that, it's pretty powerful and I know how to do many of these things I want to do. I have to use PostgreSQL for my process anyway.
y'know, I can do this all in SQL, maybe I should just use that. Or something like R (which I'd have to learn then...)
OK fine, I'm trying to learn #gnuplot to turn CSV files into graphs. It's mostly going pretty well.
I have a CSV with "date" and "delta", and I can make a graph of cumulative change in this feature (🙌). But cripes, how can I make "sum of all the things added per week" as another chart??
OK my internet research has led me no-where. Torrent software is nearly entirely based around desktop apps for downloading things.
“Ladies and Gentlemen”:
• eww, class hierarchy
• gender neutral
• makes audience feel pretty
• makes you sound like witch
wanna import _lots_ of rows per second!
Some photos from last month's OpenStreetMap 15th birthday celebrations. https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/OpenStreetMap_15th_Anniversary_Birthday_party#Event_Photos
lol, that didn't work
I have discovered you can remap colours your terminal uses! Solved!
(one problem with my suggestion: it excludes worker owners cooperatives, non profits, governments, government agencies etc etc, and do I want to exclude those organisations? 🤔 Mostly no, but how does one decide who is and isn't included? Writing a rule is complicated)
What if I make some software, and I allow (under copyright law) any other human being to run it for any purpose, to study it's source, to improve it, and to share your improvements with any other human being.
(shareholder based capitalistic corporations not included)
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