#libsigrokdecode 0.5.3 is released!

New decoders: lin, x2444m, ds2408, cc1101, enc28j60, pca9571, seven_segment, amulet_ascii, tdm_audio, signature, nes_gamepad, flexray, ir_rc6, ieee488, hdcp.

Total PDs supported in this release: 109.



@sjb I wonder how they will handle player movement

@sjb I'm not sure if I want VR in my life - but I want this game in my life. I can hardly believe it's actually happening.

The tracker/stabilizer features take a little time to get the hang of, but the results are extremely pleasing

This is going to be my first video edited in .

v2.80 is such an amazing leap forward in UI design.

All my other videos have been edited with . Comparing the two, there are some pros and cons, but overall Blender gets the job done very well.

I'm impressed.

Another wonderful video from The Signal Path:


Siglent SVA1032X 3.2GHz Spectrum & Vector Network Analyzer Review, Teardown & Experiments

Sam Zeldoof is making Silicon ICs in his garage: youtube.com/watch?v=XrEC2LGGXn

His YouTube channel is criminally under-subscribed.

@freepost That's a happy coincidence. I've been working on just such a feature for the python colorama library this week: github.com/tartley/colorama/pu

@ebel There's no need to rebuild anything. Every single one of my users already is as diverse and unique an individual as any other.

@sjb Yeah I've seen it - I considered getting one at one point. However, the main down-side is that it suffers from the bandwidth limitations of USB2.0, and the analog bandwidth isn't very high.

Now we have USB3 SuperSpeed, I think we're going to see a lot more interesting USB oscilloscopes, logic analyzers and SDRs.

@rah Depends what you spent more time watching!!

Either way, it's nice to see much-loved broadcasters make the transition to the brave new world of the independent content creator.

@sjb Are those involute gears? Or just star-shapes?

Wow Robert Llewellyn (of Scrapheap Challenge fame) is making videos about electricity production.


What a gorgeously made 4K video

Ok... I am seriously impressed with Ghidra (ghidra-sre.org/). It's an open-source reverse engineering tool written by the NSA.

I never really used IDAPro much because of my open source obsession. But this is amazing!

Thanks for the tip @biot

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