@debugninja Disk usage has been my main constraint tbh, and there doesn't seem to be a great way to purge old media. I've got a server I've run for ~3ish years and have maybe 30gb of media that's accumulated.(granted I haven't tried too hard to fix this)
CPU and memory are pretty negligible in my experience. You'll definitely want to have a proper DB backing it (I use Postgres), since the default SQLite (predictably) doesn't scale. I just use docker images for everything so it's pretty turnkey.
As your candidate for the next president of these United States, I cannot promise you what the future trajectory of this great republic will be, for that is solely the provenance of the Almighty; but, on this day, I will promise you this: I am really, really good at solving Sudoku.
Thank you. God bless you, and God bless America.
neural net generated pie
Here are some pies generated by a very confused neural net.
@thegibson I wish Yang wasn't 20 years ahead of his time.
History in progress: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E3lmovpRWAI
(Never have to lose my baby in the crowd.
I should be laughing right now.)
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