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Commented on Announcing: UAV::Pilot v0.1
Very, very cool!...
Commented on My Catincan funded cpan(1) fastest mirror enhancement
Neat! Oh, and congrats on being one of the first 25 funded, but it's kind of cheating to fund yourself :-)...
Commented on Project notes: Prius hacking.
Add the ability to save the camera feed somewhere and you’ve got some interesting possibilities. Make the switch and recording accessible via bluetooth and you’ve got some more. :-) Why did you want the reverse camera to display whether you...
Commented on A Glimpse Of YAPC::Asia Tokyo 2011
Thanks for sharing! Your link to the lightning talks is slightly broken, it should be http://yapcasia.org/2011/talk/97...
lestrrat commented on
A Glimpse Of YAPC::Asia Tokyo 2011
brian d foy commented on
My Catincan funded cpan(1) fastest mirror enhancement
I didn't really mean to fund myself, but at the time their default contribution amount was the rest of the money. Once it happened it was just easier to let it go than undo all the credit card stuff. It's why I need to experiment with something where more people can participate.
It's one of the things I've been talking about with them. I'd rather see a way to over fund projects so that more people can reward the features they want. With that, you wouldn't reach some level and stop taking money.
theorbtwo commented on
Project notes: Prius hacking.
It can be useful to see where you are in your lane, and if you are all the way into your parking space, but mostly it’s a good first step toward being able to display the computer screen, or other arbitrary video sources. There is internal digital video, however it’s not a well-supported standard like HDMI/DVI, but rather GVIF, the “gigabit video interface”, which seems to not have been explored much in the “free world”. The reversing camera feed, however, is nice, standard, NTSC composite video.
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