I made a thing: GPS/PPS clock source for ntpd

Tip This is just a ‘pointer’ post. All the details are in the kquinsland/yet-another-gps-pps-opnsense repo on github. For the longest time, I had a dedicated raspberry pi with a GPS module acting as the ntp server for my home network. I chose to use a dedicated host for this because my router - at the time - did not have a serial port that I could leverage. Recently, the miroSD card on the ntp pi died and I decided to leverage the serial port in my current router rather than re-build the operating system on the ntp host.

I made a thing: Yet another 3d printed speaker

Background Long story made very short: the amplifier inside my ancient 2.1 desktop speakers died and I couldn’t find anything “off the shelf” that would serve as a suitable replacement and integrate well with Home Assistant. So if you can’t buy it, you have to build it! And as it turns out, there’s a whole community of audiophiles that have published designs on all the usual places you’d find free designs for makers.