[spam] [mess] [fiction] [draft] [monologue]

Karl gmkarl at gmail.com
Sun Feb 21 09:16:10 PST 2021

While I wait, what I would _like_ to do, but am slowly manipulating
myself into avoiding and replacing with posting to this list, is add
example code to my pull request to libusb.  I added to libusb's
android support so that it works almost out of the box.  Previously it
required accessory java.  https://github.com/libusb/libusb/pull/874

I keep trying to improve that pull request because it hasn't gotten
any maintainer comments.  Once it looks really, really great, I'd ping
a maintainer and such, and eventually start forking the repository if
nobody continued to respond, until it got merged or I replaced it.

On 2/21/21, Karl <gmkarl at gmail.com> wrote:
> Right now I am waiting to try to recreate a very rare github ci crash,
> that happened on both of the pull requests I tried to submit.  Here's
> me trying to log it: https://github.com/xloem/brainflow/pull/6 .  You
> can see how many xs there are vs checks; it's rare.
> On 2/21/21, Karl <gmkarl at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Another update is that I have a handful of encrypted messages from
>> other people, which I have not decrypted and read yet.  Some are
>> pretty old.
>> On 2/21/21, Karl <gmkarl at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Right now I am of two minds.  Two ideas continue to press my body to
>>> move, and it is very hard to get them to work together.  Oh, that's a
>>> bit better.
>>> I'm working on this wonderful software called brainflow!  I made it
>>> work on android phones, which is a new thing.  Buuuut I haven't gotten
>>> it to work for anybody _else_ on android phones yet, mostly because I
>>> am having trouble putting the finishing touches on my pull requests.
>>> The software is wonderful because it puts different eeg drivers into
>>> one repository, which makes it easier for me to contribute work to fix
>>> bugs in them etc.  More return for investment.  It also makes it more
>>> likely that any work I contribute will help others.
>>> Turns out this wasn't [fiction] in the slightest.

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