people love to be elitist on everything, not sure why or if I'll ever understand it.
yes I'm a developer.
yes I still use vim.
no I do not think a graphical debugger is superior to a good cli like pry for ruby or delve for go or gdb for c/c++.
...ok now you're ranting why I'm wrong, you clearly don't get that I literally _do not care_ what you use as a debugger, to be completely honest everyone likes their tools their own way and if thats what you prefer, thats cool dude.
to suspend automatically without too much trouble.
A DE like GNOME really does a lot out of the box like autolocking, imo better bluetooth controls, just better for on-the-go stuff.
Either way, I find myself using GNOME on laptops and openbox on the desktop, so I'm kind of a multi-DE/WM user. Anyone else like this?
Anyone else out there use multiple WMs/DEs?
I find myself leaning towards using a more "full featured" (read: heavy handed) DE which in my case is GNOME when I'm using a laptop - since it is a keyboard based DE and I tend to enjoy it.
But on my desktop I really prefer just plain ole openbox. Honestly the configurability + speed is just great.
xautolock works great on the desktop - but when it comes to laptops its _just not quite enough_ because I really would like my laptop (...)
following up: i missed the ritual of sipping coffee while catching up in the morning. very zen.
after giving gnome 40 the ole' college try it looks like I'm going to go back to a more "hybrid" DE approach - gnome is great on the laptop (ie when I am forced to use a touchpad), but openbox has won me over again for kb/trackball motions.
I do like the look of 40 admittedly, but miss the vertical workspaces. A LOT!
Is it weird that the main thing I miss from my OSX days (basically '14 up until they announced the touchbar macs, yuck) is "Dash" the doc browser?
We have Zeal on linux and it works great but crashes on wayland and the developer is basically nonexistent sadly. I'm trying out dasht (dash for terminal) and devdocs.io in the meantime - but they definitely aren't as polished as the Dash mac application. I gladly paid for it and used it daily! Not sure why offline doc tools aren't more common.
Not sure when it happened but the fact that bluetooth now *stays on* when I toggle airplane mode when I have my headphones 🎧 connected on #Android 11 is SICK!
No more awkward re-connect when about to take off! 🛫
Even with the brewing shitstorm of changing mastodon's "Toot" to "Post" all I can think about is how thankful I am for Mastodon and the fact that we can have _open discourse_ about this change.
With traditional SaaS we would get no say, and that would just be normal. With mastodon we actually get to talk about it and even *gasp* influence certain changes! What a concept.
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