If you're Swedish and like Linux, open source and friendly communities, I would highly suggest you checking out the newly started project https://linuxkompis.se.
We currently have a forum, Mastodon instance and an IRC-channel. :)
PSA: I'm actively looking for work. Strongly prefer Rust development but I have experience in many areas.
I'm also a welder/fitter/turner by trade, so I can cut and weld your code too! 😜
My resume and linkedIn profile here - https://ljcode.org/about/
#introductions Hey everyone. I joined this instance as a fellow linux user and geek. I'm into distro-hopping, Android, Plex, pets and fatherhood. Looking forward to getting to chat with y'all.
This is my contribution to #ScreenshotSunday. :)
Full view here: https://framapic.org/gu4timYKiFbf/8ks854QbVOnI.png
So, I went a little crazy with the VMs today 😀. Decided I'd make them a part of #ScreenshotSunday
- Manjaro budgie
- openSUSE Leap KDE
- ArchLabs i3
My favorites today were openSUSE and ArchLabs . Easy installs and had the most fun playing in them!
🎉 🙂 🇸🇪 🤓 🐟 🍰 !!!
@ajdunevent Summoned me back to Mastodon just in time to realize it is officially my one year Mastodon anniversary this month!
Happy Mastodon-iversary to anyone else that jointed September 2017 🤓
Abook - A Ncurses address book application – https://hund0b1.gitlab.io/2018/06/25/abook-a-ncurses-adress-book-program.html #Linux
"Your Phone Is Listening and it's Not Paranoia" – https://www.vice.com/en_uk/article/wjbzzy/your-phone-is-listening-and-its-not-paranoia #Privacy
@Gargron Thank you for making Mastodon! Thanks to you I have been given the chance to meet and talk to a lot of friendly people. I have even made new friends because of Mastodon.
This is the first time I feel a social media is truly social. Thank you (and thank you all the contributors to this project) for all your hard work! :)
On a complately unrelated to anything else note, you're avatar is giving me some Matisyahu vibes and I'm totally diggin it.
I think my next DE iteration will be rolling release (probably arch) + i3. I'm open to all options: Manjaro+i3, Antergos + i3, vanilla Arch + i3, also open to something non-arch +i3.
This would be for home/personal use. I like to keep things pretty simple aesthetically and don't like having more than 2 apps for the same purpose.
Any advice/experience on what y'all are using, what programs and apps you love or hate to use with a tiling wm and why, etc would be appreciated 🙂
Here's a picture with some of the more common (physical) keyboard layouts. I made it for someone who was looking for a smaller keyboard, so why not share it here as well.
Some layouts are displayed with the ISO-layout, but they're available with the ANSI-layout as well.
Fullsize view: https://framapic.org/s0eNcPcF68mc/TRKRtcufilv1.png
Linux Geeks doing what Linux Geeks do..