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[–] [email protected] 1 points 6 days ago (1 children)

Fasteners are standard from rotor manufacturers. I have no clue what they're made out of. But in 30 years of cycling I've never had a single Torx which would last more than one cycle of screw in screw out.

[–] [email protected] 7 points 1 week ago

Remember, guys, "left" wing in the US is further right than far right in Europe.

[–] [email protected] 2 points 1 week ago

Upvote for typo.

[–] [email protected] 1 points 1 week ago (3 children)

small screws in general are just easy to strip

Hexes are very sturdy. I ride mountain bikes and for some reason brake rotors are secured with Torx while all other screws are hexes. Torx on rotors are usually tightened to 4-6Nm and they are single use 99% of the time. At the same time there are plenty of hexes of the same size which are tightened to 8-10Nm and there are zero issues.

Torx are fucking useless. And don't get me started on tiny Torxes in laptops...

[–] [email protected] 4 points 1 week ago (3 children)

When you have an FPTP voting system, many people don't vote for, they vote against. Plenty will see Biden calling Zelensky a Putin, then this and... Good luck, Americans!

[–] [email protected] 1 points 1 week ago (1 children)

Many countries have laws and regulations which create customer protections, so there's no need to rely on 3rd party solutions.

[–] [email protected] 1 points 1 week ago (3 children)

The real question is why do people in the US use credit cards instead of debit cards like everyone else?

[–] [email protected] -1 points 1 week ago

NFC payments are more secure than card payments.

[–] [email protected] 3 points 1 week ago

So you can change the colour of your phone.

 
 

Hi, I have a bunch of Raspberry Pies hosting all kinds of stuff and I want to have a monitoring solution for all of that. What would be your recommendations?

My goal is to be able to have an overview of CPU load, network load, CPU temp and to see what's going on inside docker containers as I have everything dockerized. I'd like the solution to be open source. I want the solution to be web browser accessible and have nice load graphs with history. I don't want to spend too much time setting it up.

All my Pies are running RaspberryOS, which is Debian based.

 

I was doing some bike maintenance today and wanted to disassemble my rear hub. It turned out that I needed a 12mm Allen bit for that, which I don't have. So I 3D printed one! And it worked! Torques safely to 5Nm and I only needed 4Nm for the job. Haven't tested higher torques.

 

As served in Trattoria La Molinara in Verona, Italy. Incredible quality and taste!

 

28 days matured steak beef, Gouda cheese, sun dried tomatoes, letuce, mayo, ketchup, adzhika and a bun.

 
 
 

Just some random Viennese pastry rolls made with sourdough starter instead of original yeast biga.

Viennese pastries are made from enriched bread dough, meaning that they not only contain flour, water, salt and yeast, but also sugar, butter, and sometimes eggs. They are different from regular pastries because the dough is fermented and leavened with yeast instead of baking powder or soda.

 

Welcome to Bready! This is a community for anything related to making homemade bread.

Bloomers, loafs, flatbreads, rye breads, wheat breads, sourdough breads, yeast breads - all fermented breads are welcome! Vienesse pastries like croissants are also welcome because technically they’re breads too.

All refugees from r/breadit and r/sourdough are welcome.

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