[-] bdonvr@thelemmy.club 10 points 2 days ago

Reminder that Mexico City is the largest city on the continent, bigger than NYC

[-] bdonvr@thelemmy.club 6 points 3 days ago

Probably Cheems, this guy

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[-] bdonvr@thelemmy.club 62 points 1 month ago* (last edited 1 month ago)

I'm hourly, work 60 hours per week and get zero overtime.

This is entirely legal because I'm a truck driver.

Actually, I really am an office worker in a trucking company. But I occasionally, like once a month or less, run a short load if they really need me to. That makes me still exempt and is still legal for them to do.

Among other things I also get no sick leave

[-] bdonvr@thelemmy.club 59 points 1 month ago

In 1973 teams of scientists chased an eclipse with a Concorde jet and experienced totality for 74 minutes

That's still the record AFAIK. That was a longer eclipse anyway, just over 7 minutes on the ground.


Personally, I'm heading to Texas to see family. Flying out to Abilene, then the morning of I'll drive out to the path, see the eclipse, and then drive on to San Antonio where I have more family.



New logo

The new logo is now rolled out on all platforms, including the web, mobile, and documentation pages. If you are a content creator, you can grab the logo vector and raster files in the repository's design folder.

Social Preview


Welcome to release v1.99.0 of Immich. This release adds the new logo, fixes many bugs, and improves the application. Some of the highlights include:

  • [WEB] Sort photos and videos to display direction in an album.
  • On-disk cache on the mobile app to provide a better viewing experience.
  • There is a new endpoint for OpenTelemetry metrics to monitor performance.
  • Optimized queries for large libraries.
  • Add upload progress and speed indicator.
  • XMP sidecar file is now recognized with both photo.ext.xmp and photo.xmp extensions.
  • Drag to select - Now press your thumb to drag and select in the selection mode.
  • Improve user feedback in the mobile app's backup and album selection screen.
  • Various improvements for the library scanning process.

Asset's display direction in the album

We added an option to change the order of the assets in the album so you can view the assets from older to newest and vice versa.


Mobile asset caching

Improving cache for remote thumbnails and the images, they now stay on disk so that they can load faster and give a better experience while used offline. You should feel a faster loading experience across the app.

Performance monitoring with OpenTelemetry integration

Immich provides a variety of performance metrics to allow for local monitoring and insights. This integration is primarily in the form of Prometheus metrics. However, exporting traces is also possible due to OpenTelemetry instrumentation. Please visit the documentation to learn how to enable this feature


This opt-in feature allows you to monitor Immich's performance. This data isn't sent anywhere beyond what you've configured.

File size progress and upload speed indicator

We added an indicator to show the file's size that has been uploaded and the upload speed under the progress bar in the backup screen.


Drag to select

You can now drag to select in the mobile app when in selection mode; this will help make selecting in bulk easier.


And lastly, I want to express my gratitude to @immich-app/contributor who make this behemoth of a release happen 🎉

And as always, bugs are fixed, and many other improvements also come with this release.

What's Changed

🗄️ Server

  • fix(server): face search results not always sorted by @mertalev in #7839
  • fix(server): serve static directory only if it exists by @benmccann in #7857
  • feat(server): Add OAuth auto-redirect enable/disable CLI commands by @ddshd in #7841
  • feat(server): OpenTelemetry integration by @mertalev in #7356
  • feat(server): YAML config file support by @bo0tzz in #7894
  • feat(server): Update XMP sidecar search to look for both photo.ext.xmp and photo.xmp by @kokulshan in #7813
  • feat(server): lower library scan memory usage by @mertalev in #7939
  • perf(server): optimize getByIds query by @mertalev in #7918
  • fix(server): queue library asset refresh in batches by @etnoy in #7914
  • feat(server, web): album orders by @martabal in #7819
  • feat(server): added support for SVG files by @declan8010 in #7960
  • refactor: global validation pipe by @jrasm91 in #7985
  • feat(web): add millisecond options to storage template settings by @sevtdy in #7942
  • fix(server): prevent feedback loop during library scan by @mertalev in #7944
  • feat(server): use nestjs events to validate config by @danieldietzler in #7986
  • feat(server): memory includes partners assets on timeline by @alextran1502 in #7993
  • refactor(server): library service by @jrasm91 in #8050
  • chore(server): change save -> update in asset repository by @mertalev in #8055
  • fix(server): "view all" for cities only showing 12 cities by @mertalev in #8035
  • fix(server): use extension in originalFileName for libraries by @etnoy in #8083
  • test: temporarily disable flaky audit e2e test until #7436 is fixed by @zackpollard in #8089

📱 Mobile

🖥️ Web

🧠 Machine Learning

  • fix(server): ml gunicorn listen on ipv4 and ipv6 by default by @growse in #7930
  • chore(deps): update onnxruntime-openvino by @mertalev in #7854
  • feat(ml): add cache_dir option to OpenVINO EP by @dvdblg in #8018


📓 Documentation

🔨 Maintenance

[-] bdonvr@thelemmy.club 55 points 2 months ago* (last edited 2 months ago)

Quick question can you suggest some lotto numbers thx

[-] bdonvr@thelemmy.club 62 points 2 months ago

$28,000 of gas in a few months? Yeah no shit. Find something like this and keep it to personal use if you must. Probably could've kept it under the radar or an amount small enough to settle without criminal charges if caught.

[-] bdonvr@thelemmy.club 57 points 2 months ago

Definitely Spanish "De Nada" basically "it's nothing" and the absolute default response to "thank you" in most Spanish speaking countries.

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[-] bdonvr@thelemmy.club 56 points 4 months ago

I like Android but man Samsung's version has always sucked

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Welcome to the first Immich release of 2024, v1.92.0. This release is packed with features, bug fixes, and improvements. Let’s dive into some of the highlights of this release.

[BREAKING CHANGE] The welcome message for your instance is now moved to the Server Setting in the Settings section in the Administration page on the web

Hardening storage template move operation: verify files are copied correctly when operating across filesystem boundaries

External domain setting: allow the usage of a different domain for shared links

Native hash calculation on iOS: significantly speeds up the initial hash calculation

Introduce Onboarding flow for new instances: Show the admin common settings of the instance for a better user experience.

CLI version 2.0.6 was released on npm: https://www.npmjs.com/package/@immich/cli

Search is now working across the partner’s assets.

[-] bdonvr@thelemmy.club 63 points 5 months ago

Israel: k we'll just kill them all then. Thanks for the money and weapons btw

[-] bdonvr@thelemmy.club 60 points 6 months ago

My instance of ~300 users (and uh, far less active ones) is costing me $223/year

I've had users donate about $25 so ~10% community funded and 90% admin funded.

That's fine by me at the current cost. Though if we somehow got a bunch of new users I'd have to cut off signups at some point unless more donations rolled in. I could probably handle a sizeable increase in users first though.

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[-] bdonvr@thelemmy.club 59 points 8 months ago

A fraction of the paid sick days they were asking for, while also not meeting their other major demands at all. Ending Precision Scheduled Railroading was a big one. Still going on.

They stopped them from striking and potentially making greater gains, then tossed them some crumbs.

They should have stayed the hell out of it or used the government's power to stop the rail companies not the strikers.

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Why YSK: Because that's friggin awesome?!

Screenshots (themes also have dark versions):




There's also an odd "i386" theme, along with a "pure black" darkly.

[-] bdonvr@thelemmy.club 73 points 11 months ago

I'm pretty sure making the Reddit sub useless was specifically to push people here so

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