I feel the best way immutable #Linux operating systems like (the excellent) #Fedora #Silverblue can get over the remaining usability issues is if they make a conscious decision to forget that they are immutable operating systems.
What are the defaults you would implement if you weren’t allowed to tell people it was immutable?
(e.g., Have the default terminal open in a mutable container & a separate command to launch an advanced “admin” console for layering, etc.)
Lately I've been working on a bit of a pet project, where I see how far I can take the UI for a todo-list app with just vanilla #HTML5, #CSS3 and #TypeScript (vanilla as in no frameworks). Using #Vite for bundling and dev-server and #CUBECSS methodology for authoring the CSS. This is front-end only, tasks persist in local storage but do not sync elsewhere.
Hi, my name is Christopher Leggett. I'm a hobbyist Software Developer with the intent to become a professional one. You can check out my projects and a couple blog posts on my website (https://chrisleggett.me), including this recent one where I talk about the method I used to add custom styles to an HTML checbox (https://chrisleggett.me/blog/css-style-checkboxes/). Also feel free to check out my GitHub (https://github.com/leggettc18) #introductions #webdev
Computer Science Graduate and hobbyist (soon-to-be professional) software developer.
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