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July 2021

Created 2 repositories

Created a pull request in FreeSpacenav/spacenavd that received 4 comments

spnavd: open the logfile if verbose and not daemonized

When running in the foreground with -d, there is no output generated to the logfile specified with -l. This patch ensures that logging happens.

+4 −1 4 comments
Opened 3 other pull requests in 3 repositories
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1 open
Reviewed 2 pull requests in 2 repositories
linuxboot/edk2 1 pull request
osresearch/safeboot 1 pull request

Created an issue in RasmusB/PsioPi that received 4 comments

Psion + Pi display driver

In case you are interested in restarting this project, I've reverse engineered the display interface and can drive it from the Pi's TFT interface …

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