Hi I'm Eric Phetteplace, systems librarian at a small art & design school. I'm active in the Code4Lib community, love open source software & the command line. Not sure if I will stick it out here but it seems more viable as more people migrate from Twitter. The idea of filtering out politics with CWs is certainly intriguing.
Version v1.1.0 of marcli is now available (https://github.com/hectorcorrea/marcli) and it includes a new parameter `-matchFields` to limit what fields are searched in when using `-match`
marcli -file marc-file.xml -match="Airline" -matchFields=650
Big thanks to @phette23 for making it available via Homebrew as well.
We've tried explaining to the masonry why this theoretically should work but it has nonetheless proved resistant
v proud to grace the main image of this article on LAN party photography https://www.dazeddigital.com/art-photography/article/57487/1/lan-party-photo-book-merritt-k-interview-gaming-2000s that's me in the upper left
Mastodon's emoji aren't aligned for me, it comes down to a `margin-bottom` on content images `.status__content .status__content__text img` since it swaps out emoji characters with an img (I wonder why? I'd say accessibility but then the alt text is just the emoji itself. Maybe for cross-platform consistency).
Anyways, If you remove the margin-bottom (I'm doing this with the Stylus extension) then it's fixed.
https://open.spotify.com/album/2tWGjy10uDjN8Iu4UrENOR?si=t32ZiiMZQKugwEBWrByEKA&utm_source=native-share-menu new doseone collab is as amazing as ever #music
Just finished listening to this ep of American Vandal ft @ubiquity75 on the demise of the bird site and—optimistically—the potential of Mastodon, starting with the (good!) “friction” it generates in calling on users to select and learn about a server. I learned a ton and think folks here will appreciate it. https://marktwainstudies.com/theendoftwitter/
literally never heard of CODEN until today https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CODEN sort of ISSN replacement that's 6 alphanumeric characters to identify a serial. Does anyone use this? Seems like it's supposed to be general purpose but is only used in specific scientific disciplines. Unclear why ISSN can't do this
HEIF images, rant
WHY did they do this? From my perspective, it's this misleading veneer of compatibility. On Apple software, everything that interacts with images knows to check the format of a .jpg so it all works seamlessly. People aren't confused by a new file extension appearing out of nowhere. The problem *appears* to be with external applications which throw errors or can't handle a normal-looking file. And HOW do we fix it? Telling people to save their .jpg as a JPEG sounds inane.
HEIF images, rant
Problems with this approach:
- Moodle file submissions break, Moodle tries to run TCPDF on them but thinks they're JPEGs so it breaks
- Can't upload to MURAL
- Describing the issue to users breaks their understanding of how computers work
- Apple made this the iPhone camera default without making consequences clear? Though iirc the option does say something about "more efficient, less compatible"
HEIF images, rant
OK is no one else FURIOUS at Apple for how they've implemented HEIF/HEIC (which one should I use? They seem interchangeable) images with a .jpg extension? Is this not just outrageous to save files in a new format under a different extension so SO MUCH other software making a kinda dangerous but until now reasonable assumption that FILE EXTENSIONS MEAN SOMETHING breaks? I am losing my marbles here.
Systems Librarian. Web Denizen. Red Scare. "You're right, no human being would stack books like this."
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