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Uvok my name
I am of chee
I want no fame
But I like tea

I love the snow
And when there's ice
Temperatures low
I think that's nice

I also like
To read a book
And go by bike
And be a cook

I like to know
'bout tech a lot
But I say no
I am no bot

I am so shy
Hide in my box
I dunno why -

But there's no locks
So visit me
And give a hug
I am a chee
And might bring luck

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Okay, short introduction.
After studying electrical engineering, I code for a living, for nearly five years now.
Embedded development (microcontroller) in C it is, and also C# / .NET (WPF) development.

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My life:

"Oh! I still wanted to listen to these podcasts.
Oh, I have to to the dishes!
Oh, I wanted to finish reading the newspaper!
Oh, I need to clean this room!

oh! Day's over? D: I finished nothing. And I wanted to do $project some time... why do I never find time to do it?"

Read into the topic, my question was actually nonsense.
The report descriptor says "send 64 packages, each 8 bits long". So I can't assign it any meaning via the HID report descriptor.

Reverse-Engineering a USB protocol be like: "Oh, I know what that packet means!" ...
5 minutes later
"Oh... no I don't"

Hiya Fediverse. I have an USB Gadget which is only provided with a Windows software. It communicates using the USB HID protocol. I already recorded some traffic with Wireshark/USBpcap.
Is there any (free) tool which makes decoding the protocol easier, i.e. matching the URB_INTERRUPT bytes to the HID descriptor?
I startpaged around a bit and couldn't find anything.

Regarding your DNS over HTTPS plans:
at least make the opt-out easy (not some obscure about:config flag).
I'm running a (to block facebook et al.), and want to keep using it.
Sincerely, a grumpy cat that recently switched from Chromium to .

The ones mentioned in the first paragraph are the ones I worked with / have experience with, that's why they're mentioned first

are amazing.
are amazing.
There's Atmel ATmega, Atmel ATtiny, TI MSP430, a whole huge load of various Cortex-M based controllers.
There's chips with connectivity included like ESP32, ESP8266, NRF24, NRF52, and many, many, many more.


Listening in on Router Advertisement packages in my home network via to find out what various options in my router mean

*happy cheetah noises*
Moved my PiHole from a Raspi1B to a Raspi3B+.

politics, german, rant 


I mean, "sitting around on my computer/smartphone, idly browsing the web; and constantly looking at Telegram chats" doesn't really count, right?

Also, I got to cuddle with a fursuit for full three hours. Best thing in 2019

Ordered some electronics stuff from AliExpress.
I'll forget about it.
In 4 weeks: OHHH, great :3

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