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DIY Bathroom Remodel by K1ngJustic3 in DIY

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[Help] Our Dirt Road Keeps getting washed away by rain. We cannot get emergency services or waste management when this happens. by DirtRoadRepair in DIY

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Need help: gasket on blender blade assembly broke - I think. Am I correct? How important is it, where can I find a replacement gasket, and how can I disassemble the part to replace the gasket? Cuisinart Blender SB-5600, Assembly SPB-456-2B. by genbetweener in DIY

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Made this cool DIY Coat rack by emmarose_24 in woodworking

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Like I said, I dig it. Just something to be aware of :)

Made this cool DIY Coat rack by emmarose_24 in woodworking

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Mostly because the self-promotion, affiliate links and sponsorships may run you afoul of reddit's promotion rules and particular subreddits' policies. I dig the content though.

How to repair cat scratch on PU leather? by voice_echoed in DIY

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Made this cool DIY Coat rack by emmarose_24 in woodworking

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You sure do submit a lot of your own content.

Can I use making tape as a thin shim for gluing two imperfectly-alinged pieces of wood (dowel in hole)? by SamSamBjj in woodworking

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Well, the glue is definitely not going to stick to the masking tape, so that would significantly weaken the joint...

Well water treatment help by dualexhaust5221 in DIY

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How to build level foundation for wall by question405 in DIY

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Anyone have any go-to wood suppliers in the Metro Atlanta area, preferably in Dekalb or Gwinnett? by reggiebaxter in woodworking

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Peach state is my go-to. I agree it's a drive. The only similar place I know of is Suwanee Lumber, but it is also a drive.

DYI HELP: Pulled up my carpet to get to the parquet flooring. Weird sticky powder layer underneath. HELP! by RordanAllen in DIY

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Question on force pushing between different remotes by RndmRanger in git

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It sounds like what you need is a separate build process, eg from a continuous integration tool like gitlab's runners or jenkins or bamboo. Something that checks out the code, creates the VERSION.txt file, zips it up and drops it on the website for clients to download or similar. Git is a great tool for managing revisions of source code, but it's not a build+deployment tool. You can sorta kinda use it like one, but eventually you'll run into cases it's not designed for (like this one).

Cleaning a smoker's home (the walls, etc.) by Babyspinach123 in DIY

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[Suggestion] Specified reddit notifications for mobile and pc users by WeHaveAllBeenThere in ModSupport

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Specific ideas for site-wide improvement that aren't moderation related should go in /r/IdeasForTheAdmins. The first one sounds ok I guess.

DIY Service for Window Panels? by neverbulk in DIY

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Installing a window AC unit in a vertical 3 panel window. by sptflynn in DIY

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Garage Flooring Options by joelala1 in DIY

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When You Don’t Know the Address to Your Local Pizza Shop by aunyks in programming

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Need help with a fixing that shipped loose by carldavis01 in DIY

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Amateur DIY Growbox by Loneagle397 in DIY

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Concrete wall removal, need help/advice! by AlexiSacrifice in DIY

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how do you use aggregate functions for columns that are grouped by other columns by [deleted] in PostgreSQL

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I'd suggest you start by researching window functions and group partitioning.

Six Shooter by rapnwork in DIY

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Which is the correct tool to use? by akdavis2002 in turning

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Without knowing the specifics of the situation, there's really no advice we can give you. In some situations, using the wrong tool could be dangerous. Many times there's more than one safe way to do it. There's just no way to know what to tell you.