I like my OnePlus Nord, but there are two issues I can't forgive it: a) the placement of the volume and power buttons - they directly oppose each other, so whenever I change volume, I "grab a screenshot" (vol down + power) since I have to "hold the other end" to press it b) the fourth "depth camera" is just a placebo, all portrait processing is done in software (install gcammod to check, there's no data coming off the fourth camera)
@Gargron that reminds me, I need to finish setting up that Prosody server for the protocol-that-shall-not-be-named.
@garritfra one additional thing it has is very good offline support, including routing. Also since the data comes off OpenStreetMap, it often has things such as tourist paths all the way up the mountains 🏔️
@agentcasey Run a "reverse proxy" (specialised such as haproxy or basically any http server that can forward requests, e.g. nginx). Run the services on different ports if possible. Or run them in Docker and expose them on different ports. Then you decide what URLs/domains you map to which service. Pile on as many services as you want/your VPS can handle.
@fribbledom just looked at the source and indeed, it's the CCS811. I had it in an open window occasionally, that data is a year old so I don't remember what was happening 🙂 but I do remember it "saturating" to 5000ppm often and needing a restart.
@fribbledom Awesome! Careful with the CO2 sensors, at least the one I have seems to vary its values wildly. With no better tool to compare with, I don't really trust it.
@agentcasey Hacker's Keyboard and JuiceSSH (supports Mosh and port forwards) - my favorite combo, making the thing in my hands much more than just a phone. And with HK you can force a "full" layout even in portrait mode.