Hi Fediverse 👋
as mentioned before, we are reorganizing the codebase of the website. If you are curious concerning the progress, I'm happy to share the current status:
Powered by @codeberg·s new static pages. Special thanks to supercell for migrating all the google-related pages. If you also want to participate, you can do so here:
Also feel free to leave your feedback here 🙃
Ich habe das Design / Theme der searx-Instanz etwas angepasst. Etwas moderner und übersichtlicher nun.
Die letzten Wochen habe ich mir Gedanken gemacht, was für mich gute Software ausmacht.
Das Ergebnis habe ich jetzt in einem Blogartikel zusammengefasst.
"This was the beginning of surveillance capitalism, and the end of the Internet as I knew it. Now, it was the creative Web that collapsed, as countless beautiful, difficult, individualistic websites were shuttered. The promise of convenience led people to exchange their personal sites [...] for a Facebook page and a Gmail account."
- Edward Snowden from his book "Permanent Record"
@ashimokawa I try to ignore the negative people (which is sometimes hard to do), and remain appreciative of the wonderful community we have. Those who make PRs, add to documentation, hang out in chat helping others, reporting issues, hosting instances. You, @codeberg, and many others bring me back to Gitea every single day refreshed, and happy that I can work on this great project.
@ashimokawa This happens with Gitea too. Just because an issue has been open for any length of time without being resolved immediately it is "clearly an issue we won't ever solve". We get called lazy, and many more things that are much ruder. Abusive people (those who insult maintainers or others) get banned, but ones who demand our time we remind them we are volunteers and can only do so much, usually once they realize we aren't a company they are more polite and understanding.
Why I start hating to build free software are comments like these:
"Gadgetbridge always fetch wrong data from my watch. It seems like there is no plan to solve this issue. I'm totally disappointed."
Any idea how to deal with people who use software that was created by volunteers in their free time, and then complain and demand?
Nice HOWTO by Connor how you can compile a blog on Codeberg pages with #hugo. Good idea of linking code and deployment via subrepo:
I will leave this uncommented.
Jay Little - Software Obsessionist - The Sad Saga of Purism and the Librem 5 : Part 1 – https://jaylittle.com/post/view/2019/10/the-sad-saga-of-purism-and-the-librem-5-part-1
XMPP Bot - Hawkbit-Bot
Wir programmieren einen XMPP Bot in C++ mit gloox!
Das Projekt liegt bei @codeberg
Ein paar Informationen findet man in Blog:
#gadgetbridge master branch now has initial and incomplete support for Amazfit GTR watches.
We do not recommended them since you have to pair them though Xiaomi cloud with an account once with a rooted phone to get a secret auth key, specific to your watch.
Anyway if you have it, and are willing to test, contact me.
Ich traue dem Braten bei StartPage nicht und habe mich entschieden eine hardwaremäßig gut ausgestattete searx-Instanz zu Hosten.
Keine Logfiles, kein Tracking, kein Bullshit. Nur Suchanfragen und
We're trying to defend #FOSS from patent trolls. Please help us: https://www.gnome.org/news/2019/10/gnome-files-defense-against-patent-troll/
Wer noch nicht von Ubuntu zurück zu Debian gewechselt ist, jetzt ist Zeit.