Matrix with pypy Show more
So I got matrix-synapse to sort of work with pypy and saw the cpu utilization decrease by half.
However, there's some weirdness where certain federated rooms cannot be added. It generates an IndexError. However, if I restart with regular python and then add the room, and restart with pypy again, I can talk in the room, receive updates and everything. I just can't do the original add.. Gonna have to look into this more.
The Girl Scouts of Western Washington were offered $100,000 on the condition that the donation "will not be used to support transgender girls".
They sent the money back, held a fundraising campaign, and raised $300,000. #ForEVERYGirl
dissertation concerns Show more
I think I may be lagging behind where I wanted to be in my degree and it doesn't feel great.
scikit-learn tutorial Show more
Well that tutorial w ent much better.
Before doing anything intelligent with "AI", do the unintelligent version fast and at scale.
At worst you understand the limits of a simplistic approach and what complexities you need to handle.
At best you realize you don't need the overhead of intelligence.
git tutorial Show more
Bummer. No one showed up for the git tutorial I was hosting with a colleague.
I am Simon Seamount. I earned a MS in Geographic Information Science. I work as a cartographer, and write epic poetry.
My pen name is Surazeus. I wrote an epic poem about philosophers called Hermead that presents the lives and ideas of 26 ancient philosophers in 126,680 lines of blank verse.
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Went to an interesting talk today about multi-hop reasoning on knowledge graphs using surface language. (E.g. how do you reason using the language that is on the page or in the air when the reasoning involved requires multiple inferences). The gist was that it doesn't work well if the error rate of mapping onto the meanings is much above 0 (one tenth of one percent was too much error for three hops). Pretty cool stuff to think about for creating implicature mining systems.
I am a PhD student in social anthropology. I come from Italy but I study in Germany.
I have heard about Mastodon five minutes ago and I am just trying to understand how does it work.
Hi Folks, I'm an older computer guy currently going through the process of maybe eventually getting my CISSP, plus other forms of continual education in the information security field.
Hope to meet other infosec people on here and exchange what I know with what they know!
I also am a bit of a jack of all trades, so I know enough about a wide variety of topics to get myself in trouble.
Here to learn! 😉
Server success sorta Show more
Oh nvm those e5-2609's are also throwing the same errors. Maybe one of my dimms is going out. The error messages say bank 5 which has nothing installed in it... I guess I could just wait for one to fail.
Server success sorta Show more
So my e5-2609's are working but these are only 4 cores a piece giving me 8 in that machine. Switching to the e5-2650's is throwing some memory check errors. They're corrected inside the processor so the system seems stable for now but I'm unsure which to keep and which to put back into storage.
The whole purpose of this was to have another node for running spark/lxd containers so I don't know that having the fastest node possible is ideal.
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