Given the response from the pictures (and my own fascination), is anyone interested in building a “photo album” of Wi-Spy shots? If no one’s done it yet, I’ll donate space on the wiki.
Harold Welte has a gripe about air conditioning turned up too high. He managed to irk me.
He asks, “How weak have we become if we can’t even tolerate temperatures up to, let’s say, 30 centigrade?”. My response is it’s probably pretty weak if we can’t tolerate a little cold, say 21 C?
It irks me because I’m from much further north and I’m quite comfortable in a server room kept at 13 C. I’m used to winter in Buffalo (snow depths measured in feet) and Chicago (sub-sub-zero wind chills). I actually suffer at 25 C.
My secondary response is to tell Harold to bring a jacket if he ever visits me. I won’t visit him as there’s only so much clothing I’m allowed (by law) to remove in public.
Oh, sorry: here’s rough equivalents: 30C ~ 86F, 25C ~ 77F, 13C ~ 55F, 21C ~ 70F.
For those interested, I’ve posted notes on my getting the Linux version of SageTV (including the MediaMVP module) up and running.
Dave: Here’s the bookmarks. Look for the “video” and “streaming” tags in the right-hand column.
For those that care, I’ve copied the Wi-Spy screen captures into the wiki.