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héhé didn't knew you had a cat, I'll bring you a catbot next time :)
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(Tom Toles cartoon via the Washington Post)
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Sortie du nº2 de Fait Main Magazine - http://faitmain.org \o/
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Epaper ftw !
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Ok I will copy and paste what I wrote you on fb!
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Première commande sur moo.com : contenu complètement décalé (pas du tout centré) et couleurs baveuses...
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Aaah tu es chez HackSpark ! Faudra que je passe un jour alors :)
Je commence à m’intéresser aux Rasp et vient en complément d’acquérir une BBB, mais j'aurai sans doute besoin de conseil mais aussi d'équipement (à commencer par un adaptateur hdmi)
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Tulipes au Parc Floral de Paris, début Mai.
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Version 0.2.0 of tgext.pluggable is now available on PyPi, this version introduces compatibility with future TurboGears versions based on gearbox and requires at least TurboGears 2.2 to work. Commands used to create pluggable applications and manage their migrations are now based on gearbox instead of paster.

Major Changes include:
  * Added LazyForeignKey class to make easier to manage ForeignKeys between pluggable apps and the base app.
  * Pluggable development commands like migrate-pluggable and quickstart-pluggable are not gearbox based.
  * Compatibility with upcoming TurboGears 2.3
  * Fixed issue that caused applications to be plugged again when the base app is restarted
  * Models are now optional, this makes possible to use pluggable applications with apps that don't provide a model module (like applications that use an api backend for storage).
  * Pluggable migrations are now alembic based, sqlalchemy-migrate support is still provided for backward compatibility using the sqla-migrate-pluggable command.
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My CNC milled pcbs are starting to look good :-D
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for my other needs I use:
- pycam (takes a 3d model and your tools and gives you gcode :) you can write plugins in python and setup a cluster of computers for faster processing)
- inkscape with the gcode plugins... hard to understand at first but very powerful for 2d things. I can do whatever pieces I want with it

About the cutting part, I use 1 flute carbide spiral bits (fraise 1 lèvre carbure) for aluminium and plexiglass... it's the best with router CNCs (the spindle is too fast for end mills (fraises)) and 1 flute are very good to extirpate material when cutting... And the flute is sharp enough the cut the aluminium and plastic without making it too hot.
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Ici pas de hamburger mais des hamburgé. Tout vous rappelle que vous mangez français, enfin sauf le nom (gros fernand aurait été plus juste) et la nourriture en fait (dessert à l'oreo c'est français ? Ah non). Outre le ridicule ambiant, j'ai eu un dessert avec de la moisissure dessus (si, si, preuve en photo d'ailleurs), et une note très salée (40 euros pour 2) pour de la malbouffe (les burgers n'ont rien de bon et sont plus digne d'un macdo que d'un resto).
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Très bon, lieux juste un peu exigus, mais ça en fait le charme :)
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Très bon, burgers un peu huileux par contre.
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Très bon, service agréable. Juste dommage que la planche barbecue n'ait pas de fromage avec (mais c'est un détail).
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