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Wonderful. Absolutely wonderful.

The daily news show of a German TV station uses its reach to show the other side of casual sexism.

(probably poor) Translation of the text: German chancellor Merkel met internationally renowned human rights activist Amal Clooney today to talk about the situation of refugees. Clooney was accompanied by her husband who's an actor.
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So apparently some people are experiencing "laggyness" with the current OctoPrint 1.2.9 release but so far nobody has provided me with the requested logging output on the JavaScript console (which I need to diagnose this further).

Seriously, sometimes people are driving me nuts. If you have a problem that is reproducible, I can assure you that I will do everything I can to diagnose and solve it, but I cannot if you don't provide me with the information I need for that, and continous "me too"s, each of them with the crucial piece of information missing, are frustrating like hell!

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With a few exceptions, I find it's easy to get people to provide information to debug Smoothie problems ( though it does often involve asking several times )

What really hurts my brain and my productivity, however, is people failing to mention they are doing something special when asking for help ...
Examples :
* Exchanges 30 emails to debug a thermistor problem before mentionning they printer is 2x2x2 meter work area
* Built their own board by hand and messed up component placement but won't give any hints they didn't buy a factory-made board. Acts chocked when I discover it and insist it matters
* Motors won't turn, one of the first things I ask is to check the PSU, say they did, 10 emails later they ask "what did you mean by checking the psu", turns out PSU was a phone charger ...
* Takes 20+ emails to mention they are not running smoothie firmware but writing their own ...

Venting is good.


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New OctoPrint release is out finally. First of many of 2016 ;)
 
New release: 1.2.9

The first release of 2016 brings you a whole basket full of fixes of bugs and little annoyances and of course also a couple of improvements of existing functionality, for example:

* OctoPrint now displays a link to the release notes of an updated component in the update notification, the update confirmation and the version overview in the settings dialog. Please always make sure to at least skim over the release notes for new OctoPrint releases, they might contain important information that you need to know before updating.
* Snapshots for timelapses are now named in a non-colliding, job-based way, allowing a new timelapse to start while the other is still being rendered (although printing with an active timelapse rendering job is not recommended and will be solved with a proper render job queue in a later version). Timelapses that were not successfully rendered are kept for 7 days (configurable, although not via the UI so far) and can be manually rendered or deleted through a new UI component within the timelapse tab that shows up if unrendered timelapses are detected.
* OctoPrint now serves an intermediary page upon start that informs the user about the server still starting up. Once the server is detected as running, the page automatically switches to the standard interface.
* Added option to ignore any unhandled errors reported by the firmware and another option to only cancel ongoing prints on unhandled errors from the firmware (instead of instant disconnect that so far was the default).
* The file upload dialog will now only display files having an extension that's supported for upload.

... and many other things. Find the full changelog and release notes here: https://github.com/foosel/OctoPrint/releases/tag/1.2.9

If you don't get an "Update Now" button with your update notification, read this: https://github.com/foosel/OctoPrint/wiki/Plugin:-Software-Update#making-octoprint-updateable-on-existing-installations or - even more specifically - this: https://github.com/foosel/OctoPrint/wiki/Plugin:-Software-Update#octoprint--125

If you do get an "Update Now" button but the update is immediately reported to be successful without any changes, read this: https://github.com/foosel/OctoPrint/wiki/FAQ#im-running-127-i-tried-to-update-to-a-newer-version-via-the-software-update-plugin-but-im-still-on-127-after-restart

If you have any problems with your OctoPrint installation, please seek support in the G+ Community or the Mailinglist (see the links below). The comments here are not a good place for that, neither are Twitter or private mails :)

Further Information & Links:

FAQ: https://github.com/foosel/OctoPrint/wiki/FAQ

Docs: http://docs.octoprint.org/

Contribution Guidelines: https://github.com/foosel/OctoPrint/blob/master/CONTRIBUTING.md

How to file a bug report: https://github.com/foosel/OctoPrint/blob/master/CONTRIBUTING.md#how-to-file-a-bug-report

G+ Community: https://plus.google.com/communities/102771308349328485741

Mailinglist: https://groups.google.com/group/octoprint

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And then you realize you don't have a spare SIM card for your freshly built RePhone - d'oh m)
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Little question regarding the "pi" password on OctoPi

I have a little question for you.

To make it easier for people to change their initial password for their OctoPi installation, I've been looking into a little script that automatically changes the password to one in a file on the SD card, within the /boot partition that's accessible when you use the SD card like a USB thumbdrive.

In principle that works fine now. Right after flashing your SD card, you can create a little file octopi-password.txt right next to the octopi-network.txt file you have to edit for your WiFi credentials anyhow, and just enter your password. On the next boot, it will be read, the password will be set and the file deleted. So far so easy.

Problem is, it's a security hole, and every Linux admin will probably turn green on the thought. Anyone with physical access to your SD card, or with write access to your /boot partition (usually that necessitates sudo though) can easily change the password of the user pi that way. It's not as nightmarish as being able to change that password from within the OctoPrint UI (no, just no), but it's still a big downside.

The question is, how big. Is it acceptable in your eyes? It certainly would make initial setup far easier, since you wouldn't even have to fiddle around with an SSH client anymore necessarily, you could just edit everything right there on the system you flash your SD card on and have the image take care of the rest. I've also created a similar script for easily changing the host name, so you can configure myprinter.local as address instead of octopi.local without having to touch a shell, and the file system now also auto-expands on the first boot. That command line part where all that was done so far seems to be somewhat challenging for a lot of users, but since it's so important maybe making it easier would in the long run lead to less instances still running the default password...

Opinions? Flame wars? Better ideas? :)
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Ooooooooh! Frozen Synapse 2 announced! That is good news indeed!
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....checks out Frozen Synapse 1....
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How dare they!
 
Devious Chinese!
...I'm pretty sure that's one of the key concepts behind submarines.
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I think that we will have to drain the sea just to be on the safe side ;-)
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My timeline just exploded with this. And rightly so. Let's make it explode some more.
 
If you use any Comodo security product, now is the time to start paging people to get it out of your systems.

They managed to install and force-default a Chrome fork that has same origin policy disabled completely. #alleskaputt does not even begin to cut it.

(Also, nice footwork by Tavis!)
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Solving problems, writing complex software, taking a big interest in learning something new every day
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  • BQ
    R&D Engineer, 2014 - present
    Working full time on OctoPrint! :)
  • Capgemini
    Technical Architect, 2009 - 2014
  • Technische Universität Darmstadt
    Software Developer, Research Assistant, 2004 - 2009
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In a nutshell: a female geek who is happy as long as she has stuff to code. For the rest, see my website.
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    Computer Science, 2002 - 2007
    Focused on software engineering, graphics, cryptography and embedded systems with a touch robotics. Took psychology as a minor where I focused on social psychology and group dynamics.
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