Hop tea experiment
I washed the leaves yesterday and let them dry on a towel on the floor. Then I crushed the leaves by rolling a few leaves in my hand. Now they're in a more or less sealed container where they will 'ferment' for a few days. I'm not sure the lid provides a good seal.
I brewed tea using some unprocessed hop leaves. It was not that great, but drinkable.
I heard about 'fermenting' hop leaves for tea, so I went down a rabbit hole and read this cool article about 'fermenting' various leaves and flowers for the purpose of making tea. I can recommend reading it, and I'll give an update on my experiments.
LGBT rights in Poland, police brutality
Please fucking boost this as far as possible. Please, PLEASE.
A Polish trans activist named Margot was arrested. Her "crime" is minor destruction of property (she cut up a tarp on a truck covered with vicious anti-LGBT propaganda).
Her pre-emptive arrest for two months was authorized by a court, despite the fact that such arrest, by Polish law, are meant to be used for people who are a flight risk or an immediate danger to others.
But wait, there's more.
We're doing an online knitting circle now and about an hour and half from now on. Come join us! https://jitsi.reyn.ir:8443/ScarySeagullsThinkObjectively
So... I think I want to use #Xen #vchan to run clients in DomUs and display them graphically through a #Wayland compositor running in Dom0 (or possibly another DomU, in charge of display output). So far, I've looked at #waypipe and vchan-socket-proxy.c from this patch https://github.com/QubesOS/qubes-vmm-xen/blob/xen-4.13/patch-stubdom-linux-v4-0011-tools-add-simple-vchan-socket-proxy.patch
Would a reasonable approach be to patch waypipe to also run over vchan? Any other ideas?
Actually, any resources on why using Facebook groups for coordinating activists is a terrible idea would be appreciated.
Hey friends. I'm currently moving to Aarhus, Danemark.
Any advice on which ISP I should choose to get some of this juicy internet?
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