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A fully-working ( drop-down console for and terminal emulation) on .

Partial height and other window scrolling works; toggle between groups works; it reads your height/width specifications for Equake from Emacs, resizable, etc.

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Is there any reasonable way to (automatically) mirror content from one mastodon account to another? (Where one has accounts on two different servers/instances?)

Reference resolution.

From a HackerNews thread:

A: A case makes the laptop thicker and heavier. My wife and kids have cases on their laptops and I don’t care for them at all.

B: Damn that's harsh. They're still your family!

feeds.boingboing.net/~r/boingb

" in 512 bytes"

Pillman is Oscar "Nanochess" Toledo's reimplementation of Pacman ("a game about a yellow man eating pills") in 512 bytes -- small enough to fit in a boot sector -- written in 8088 assembler.

Some examples of using to create beautiful textual objects.

17th-century recreated in LaTeX, using typographical styles of the period.

sources here: gitlab.com/emacsomancer/tex-po

"Perhaps the easiest way to represent functions is to use functions."

--Little Bits of , §1.6 Representing Functions

re:

A potentially-useful approach might be to prepare some sort of document containing evidence of various sorts, including:

(a) Cases where businesses, educational institutes, etc. refused to use GIMP on the basis of its name.
(b) Statements by individuals that its name has resulted in them not using GIMP.
(c) Linguistic evidence that 'gimp' is indeed an offensive slur and, further, not simply a en-US localisation issue.

@brainblasted@social.libre.fi @emsenn@tenforward.social

is nominated for the for their proposed approach to introduce DNS-over-HTTPS in such a way as to bypass UK filtering obligations and parental controls, undermining "internet safety standards" in the UK.

ispa.org.uk/ispa-announces-fin

A conversation @twee@patch.cx reminded me about a useful tip for keybindings in Emacs. By default C-z is bound to `suspend-emacs`, which I never want to do, and always annoys me when I hit it by mistake. So let's unbind that:

(global-unset-key "\C-z")

But further, we can now define C-z as a prefix!

(defalias 'ctl-z-keymap (make-sparse-keymap))
(defvar ctl-z-map (symbol-function 'ctl-z-keymap)
"Global keymap for characters following C-z.")
(define-key global-map "\C-z" 'ctl-z-keymap)

@matt At least on Void (with runit), they seem to work perfectly. I've used it for Inform7 flathub.org/apps/details/com.i - which is a really difficult to build (and currently non-free) package, and flatpak makes it really easy.

But decades have passed since Mr G's generous invitation. Entire generations have lived, died, & raised children inside the city. No one knows how to navigate the wilderness anymore. & even if they could, why would they want to? Thorns & weeds have overgrown the wasteland ; it's much safer to stay inside the city walls. Besides, it's cozy & we have everything we need in here.
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[cribbed from: news.ycombinator.com/item?id=2 ]

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