"After a month of heavy use, I'm really happy with the system. I got exactly what I asked for, and everything works perfectly."

@RGBes tells about his experiences with TUXEDO: opensource.com/article/19/7/li #Review

I visited Potsdam this weekend and really fell in love for it.
Which makes me wonder: why is so dirty and bad?

How bad it is to have a database table with more than 100 columns?
I mean, the database server supports it, but is this fine?

Got some C++ knowledge? Get some valuable experience helping out with a well-known free software project – LibreOffice! Here's what you need to build the source code and test your changes: blog.documentfoundation.org/bl

Today 3 years ago 12 people founded Nextcloud as an 100% Open Source, sustainable, community oriented and privacy aware cloud project and company. I‘m so happy and proud to see what the Nextcloud community achieved since then.

Did you ever wonder why Google, the biggest advertising company in the world, is investing so much money into making Chrome the most popular browser? Here is the answer: 9to5google.com/2019/05/29/chro

Hey fediverse,
What is your opinion regarding mono repo?

This week in Usability & Productivity #72: Remote Desktop on Wayland now works! + Spectacle lets you open your screenshot or its containing folder + dozens upon dozens of solved bugs and mended papercuts.

pointieststick.com/2019/05/26/

Just wondering what would happen if other countries decide to block Google and Facebook due to US surveillance.
Nobody seems to be talking about this...

This probably isn't GDPR compliant. (Light swearing) 

Hey @switchingsocial
Do you have any suggestion of a good galery app for Android?
Bonus points if it's available on f-droid.

In case it's not clear what software I'm talking about, is this one -> github.com/jlHertel/adriconf/

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