I've decided to share my #100daysofcode "tweets" here. If you find this spammy, be sure to filter them out in your timeline. I will always use the 100DaysOfCode hashtag.
I think I have enough of a personal following to move some of my more "personal" toots away from public timelines. This is great! I'll still share on the public local stream/fediverse. Especially if it's relevant to my local instance, funny or important/informative.
If you want to see the "other stuff" - go ahead and click the follow button.
Stay awesome and have a lovely day! 👍
Look at who finally figured out how to get mpd/ncmpcpp working ;) ;)
It's so good to be back in #Arch
Australia just made Man-In-The-Middle attacks required by law. They call it "the ghost" and every #encryption connection has to be open to the government.
Good luck with that.
Day 3 of the same session of running between suspensions. The memory is still low, processes are stable...and apart from the uptime counter, no one knows it isn't a fresh boot...
It's been roughly 3 weeks of Fedora on my work machine. Overall feeling: It's not terrible. Could be a lot better, especially considering it's supposed to be cutting edge. Dare I say I'm even enjoying Gnome despite it being far from perfect.
When they say it's a testing bed for RHEL, it's the truth and it shows from time to time. If I could do it all again I wouldn't grab the latest release.
At the end of the day, however, I miss my Arch Maybe I'll go back? We'll see.
Someone had shared a useful chrome app/service that allowed users to pay a lump some and distribute a fixed amount to their top x sites/content creators directly. I can't remember what it was called! Does anyone else here know what I'm talking about?
Also, recommend your trustworthy Ad blocker here as well
Interesting move, Epic. Too bad you don't support Linux, despite the fact Unreal 4 is completely cross platorm, Fortnite is not. I wonder if they'll support the open source community the way that Valve has? https://www.gameinformer.com/2018/12/04/epic-launches-digital-games-store-with-88-percent-revenue-going-to-developers
Mastodon: "Does anyone know about a FOSS decentralized Tumblr?"
Me: "Why do we care about Tumblr, now?"
*A DuckDuckGo later*
Me: "Oh, typical. No newds allowed now."
Of course it's much more than that. The whole "who decides where the line for inappropriate is" has been a conundrum for the ages.
I'm curious though, what aspects of tumblr actually set it apart from an ordinary blog/microblog? At a glance it looks like a blog service like blogger, only it attempts to be "social".
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