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/sdg/ - Stable Diffusion General

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>Previously on /sdg/: >>89743778


>Local install
Nvidia GPU: |
AMD GPU: | |

>Cloud Hosted Install

>SaaS Sites
txt2img: | | | (NSFW)
img2img: |
>SD plugins for apps

>Textual Inversion Embeddings


Upscaling images:
Textual inversion:
Model Merges:

>In-Depth Usage Info
/g/ wiki:

>Tools & Resources
Artist Styles: (embed)
Prompt sharing: |
Wildcard list:
img2img skeleton:


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Lack of good quality software

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The quality of software has gone to shit! I can’t find anything that works properly anymore. Everything fucking breaks!

I’ve been using computers for over three decades and I’ve never seen things it so bad. Software quality deteriorated so fast. I never had these problems a few years ago. Almost every single piece of modern tech is garbage that doesn’t work right. My smart home devices stopped working because of the latest updates bricking them. I don’t want to update but I have to because I need access to them from my phone. But my gripes go beyond the personal and into the professional.

I work for a financial services firm. In the past few years every single piece of software we’ve bought or commissioned has had some sort of critical flaw that made it unusable for us and our clients. I’m talking about multi-billion dollar liabilities that may occur due to bugs. We have an entire department dedicated to maintaining and running 1990’s macs with outdated accounting software because not only are modern macs incompatible with old software. But said software works better than any modern equivalent. The company that made the software in question was bought up by a competitor and the licensing is brutal. We can’t crack it. Or reinstall on another computer without the licensors permission. A permission which they will never give.

Not only that. But my wife and I own a business on the side. We use square. We’ve had nothing but trouble dealing with square’s bullshit. I can’t tell you how many hours to I’ve spent on the phone with square tech support. Our previous company had none of the issues. But charged out the ass for credit cards which is 50% of the business.

What the fuck is going on? Why has software gotten so bad? I’m so fucking sick of wasting my time trying to make things work that just won’t.

Satanichia Kurumizawa Mcdowell

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It's her birthday, today, /g/!
What are your wishes for her?
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This is a mystery I've been following for some time. Reposting this pic I found from a user on /b/ here:

Although this is just an archive, the user also posted a 2hr-expire paste on pastebin in the same thread maybe 5m after. Reupped it here:

I think the evidence for CAIMEO is mounting.
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Why hasn't Windows 11 taken off with normalfags yet?
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>Xbone launch was decent, but sales have dropped horribly. It's sold less than the Wii U and PSVita.
>Windows 8 sales drop heavily after Steam OS and Ubuntu go mainstream.
>Microsoft continues receiving funds from the Government and NSA because they need to place a Kinect 2 in every house.
>Why do you want privacy if you are doing nothing wrong
>Everyone who doesn't agree to being spied on 24/7 is a terrorist
>Life goes on as ever
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Can someone have schizophrenia and still live a normal life? My niece just got diagnosed with schizophrenia and she thinks that the psychiatrists at the care centre are wrong.
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/flet/ - Friendly Lisp & Emacs Thread

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>GNU Emacs is an extensible, customizable, self-documenting free/libre text editor and computing environment, with a Lisp interpreter at its core.

>Lisp is a family of programming languages with a long history and a distinctive parenthesized prefix notation. There are many dialects of Lisp, including Common Lisp, Scheme, Clojure and Elisp.

>Emacs Resources (Official Site) (Community-driven list of Emacs packages)

>Learning Emacs
C-h t (Interactive Tutorial) (Beginner-friendly Video Series) (Emacs from Scratch)

>Emacs Distros (Spacemacs) (Doom Emacs) (Witchmacs) (Yukimacs)


>Common Lisp (A Road to Common Lisp) (Practical Common Lisp) (Common Lisp: A Gentle Introduction)

>Scheme (The Scheme Programming Language) (Learn Guile) (+ Books)

>Clojure (Official Site) (Community-powered Docs & Examples) (Functional programming with Clojure)

Emacs docs: C-h f [function], C-h v [variable], C-h k [keybinding] (Aimed at absolute beginners in programming) (Elisp Reference Manual)

>More Lisp Resources

>Changing Emacs Default Keybindings

(defvar *alt-names* '(/emg/ /let/ /flet/))
(setf *prev-thread* >>89508962)
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