Human body is 70% of water so we’re basically cucumbers with anxiety.
I’m not exaggerating when I say I’ve concluded that if everyone in the Open Source Community acted like these folks we’d have to rename it the Open Source Get-Off-My-Lawn
If you ever wonder why Mastodon does not have (and does not need) quote-toots…well, just remember what it did to Twitter: https://www.theringer.com/tech/2018/5/2/17311616/twitter-retweet-quote-endorsement-function-trolls
Mattatobin, who quickly made himself infamous among the OpenBSD community, has started pushing around #ArchLinux users too.
Something about these Palemoon folks really gets under my skin, to put it mildly.
Has IMAP for Gmail been slow as crap for anyone else recently?
Found a shell on the beach.
On a tangentially-related-at-best note, we all agree the fsck command looks really funny, right?
TFW you realize the DB backing just about everything on your server won't start, and then you realize the package maintainer has already addressed the issue and the fix is just to update.
I mean, I'm glad it was handled quickly. Just not sure how a package that wouldn't even start got pushed out at all.
I think it’s funny that ‘implicit’ is an explicit keyword in C#
Remember what Stallman did ~30 years ago when proprietary software dominated, he didn't recommended abstinence he came up with a positive answer aka Free Software. We need to do the same with today's evolving technology (cloud, saas, IoT, whatever). Ignoring it will change nothing we have to get engaged and shape it in a freedom and privacy respecting way.
After trying Zsh for a couple of months, the only persuasive reason I’ve found to stick with it vs Bash is that the tab completion is genuinely faster in some situations (e.g., “systemctl restart n[tab]”).
OTOH, in other cases the tab completion is annoyingly deficient. Forget trying to complete a file path in your Git repo if the .git folder isn’t in the normal location (which I do with my dotfiles).
Wish Mastodon had an option for plain text email notifications.