if i wanna test camo against facial recognition, which should i try? which is the most widely deployed? opencv with default haarcascades looks somewhat dumb to me, however i only used it with low quality videos.
i'd try rekognition, but i don't wanna contribute to their neural networks and face database..
girls talked about archivebox here, i firstly thought it needs a server, but later realized it's just a python script. so, i decided to archive my bookmarks...
it wouldn't use the exported html file with 2k+ bookmarks, so i manually edited it and removed folders with links to software and other things that aren't important as webpages.
there's a lot of webpack'd react code that doesn't have anything related to what we need. i got tired of trying to trace the logic so i just fed it wrong data as if it already was time to start and nothing happened. i think it doesn't yet have the code needed, most prolly will be a plain html form sent by the server, not in js.
tried urban terror, too. maps are very big and there're no bots, so finding each other takes a lot of time.
and apparently i'm bad at shooters (quite predictably). he was always finding me and starting to shoot first. when it's happens after a couple of minutes of complete silence (only your footsteps), it's really scary. i screamed each time bc i couldn't control myself :/
also tried to play games with coworker. downloaded one counter strike, our versions turned out to be different and apparently that is no-go. problem is, torrents only have a single linux version, and windows version with the same number is gonna download only tomorrow...
tried warsow, too fast and also boring. downloaded another counter strike, older, versions differ too.
all that at lunch time (which we should have...), there were a lot of tasks today.
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