GitHub is proprietary software. Think of it! 🤔
"Today contributing to a FOSS project more often than not requires using GitHub" - "I talked to [...] technical students of my university [...] and they thought git is just the interface you use to talk to GitHub" - "git was created as a way of escaping the reliance of a proprietary software company running a centralized service" - "GitHub has created many of the problems git was created to solve" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U_nK6nP_RCY#t=8m00s
Nice little coding challenges for your pre X-mas time:
Decided to arrange a welcome for Tumblr refugees, so Toot! is 50% off on the App Store today! Grab it now if you haven't - this is literally a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, as any future sale will not be the same sale as this one, which is the Tumblr refugee sale.
It's a good client. It's the best client. Well, it is at least the client with the most secret easter egg games.
A Visual Defragmenter for the Commodore 64 https://www.pagetable.com/?p=978
@email@example.com By the way, congrats on open-sourcing SubEthaEdit. Incredible app. I'll always remember using those early versions back when it was Hydra.
@firstname.lastname@example.org The response has been good! I've noticed a lot of people setting up new custom domains to use with it.
I'm really happy SubEthaEdit finds a new home in open-source with a dedicated maintainer like @monkeydom. Still going strong after nearly 15 years. https://mastodon.technology/@SubEthaEdit/101148052011728985
SubEthaEdit 5 now available free of charge in the App Store and as direct download. The complete source code with history going back 15 years is also available under the MIT License.
rant-dom: SubEthaEdit 5 now free and open source!
Makes SubEthaEdit for Mac. Helped make Carcassonne and Lost Cities for iOS.
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