btw, neofetch seems to get the nix-user packages number mixed up with the nix-system one.
It doesn't matter how fast and powerful a computer is, if the operating system is shit, the computer is shit.
Thanks #microsoft for exemplifying your entire existence, how not to build operating systems.
Berlin's privacy officer says use the F-Droid version of the jitsi app because of the trackers in the play store: https://www.datenschutz-berlin.de/fileadmin/user_upload/pdf/orientierungshilfen/2020-BlnBDI-Hinweise_Berliner_Verantwortliche_zu_Anbietern_Videokonferenz-Dienste.pdf (German, p. 13)
there's an uncomfortable truth that we linux people need to acknowledge.
even with the decades-overdue name change, glimpse has absolutely ATROCIOUS ux...
it seems to obey the rule of "make simple things difficult, some difficult things trivial, normal things impossible".
like why is "crop and re-save" a 10-stop process? it's the #1 thing people do with photos.
why is "auto levels" hidden, and why is it completely un-tunable?
Brakence on a sunday? Yes. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u65yPS1u5KA
At sixteen, Ayala was just beginning to learn about social movements when Austin police shot him in the head with a ”less-lethal” weapon, causing brain damage.
Protesting friends. If you need a messenger that works without WiFi or cell signal, add bridgefy before you go out. It creates a mesh network of all other Bridgefy users within 330 ft of you, and 330 ft of them, so you can message other Bridgefy users over long distances, even when the normal networks are being messed with.
Firechat used to be my go to for this, but it's gone away now. Bridgefy works on Android and iOS. Get it before you head out to protest.
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