If anyone is interested in throwing a glance into the BSD world - here are episodes of BSDTalk (over 260) since 2005:
Now this looks like a cool website: http://dotshare.it
Lots of people sharing .files for i3wm, conky, etc :)
Isn't there someone with working openmailbox.org?
An interesting look at TempleOS and its author.
On Mastodon there is no way to simply follow an other instance. I cannot add a timeline - e.g. if I'd like to follow posts from fosstodon.org - to my "Home" or "Local" flow of posts on linuxrocks.online.
However there is https://mastoview.glitch.me/
Simply open a new tab, use the link above and put fosstodon.org in the field. All the posts from the fosstodon instance will be shown on the page (so creating an account for the other instance is not necessary, which would be an other option).
In BETA phase now, already intriguing.
Based on "GNUless" Alpine Linux, but aiming for common desktop use. Userland instead of GNU Core: BusyBox.
For C standard library, it uses musl, instead of GNU glibc.
"We do believe that Linux should be usable by anyone, regardless of income level or past computer experience. We don't believe that Linux has to be hard to use."
Eye on this one.
Well, I guess it's somehow "built in" as in the "Home" timeline I cannot go further back than this post: https://mastodon.social/@bagder/100658447218709484
New #palemoon milestone planned for mid-August
"On the surface, very little will change as Pale Moon will remain Pale Moon. Under the hood, however, things will be radically different as we'll be building on UXP, the same platform in use for Basilisk and the new IceWeasel-UXP." https://forum.palemoon.org/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=19701
Linux rocks. Let me correct myself: GNU/Linux rocks! There should be a Richard Stallman emoji. And a Torvalds one.
Actually those emojis are available by now!
Linux geeks doing what Linux geeks do...