If you want to help, feel free to check it out and try it for yourself at https://gitlab.gnome.org/world/gfeeds
Check out the gtk4 branch, and make sure to run the script in dist/flatpak/download_webkit_main.sh before trying to build it using gnome-builder.
Thanks in advance for the help!
Valve just dropped the bomb. A cheap portable console like computer with Linux on it (and it's arch btw). It's called the #SteamDeck.
2021 confirmed year of the Linux portable gaming console.
Today I found out about #cactuschat and it's great! I implemented it in my website, and made a quick post about it, you can read it here: https://gabmus.org/posts/switching_to_cactus_comments/
Thanks to @karmanyaahm and his latest blog post for making me learn about this!
I'm holding back the daemon feature as right now I don't think it's ready for mass adoption.
Still I'm expecting all hell to break loose very soon, so if you find any bugs, please bear with me as I try and fix them!
#Giara is the next app that will be updated soon, so stay tuned for that!
Aaaaand... it's merged!
When making social media preview images for websites I'm always annoyed by how hard it is to test them with various online debuggers.
Now there's a very cool native app by @rafaelmardojai to do it locally!
Following the case swap HDD temperatures dropped from 60 to 30 °C
Just swapped my server case for a Fractal Design Node 804.
Awesome case for a home server, the only gripe is how fiddly the HDD mounting system is. Nothing out of this world, but it took me a good 5 minutes per drive.
@bleakgrey I was looking at the source code for the gtk4 version of Tootle and I noticed you're missing the widget for showing image previews. I've been working on the same thing all morning for Giara, and now it's finally done and should work nicely. It's Python, but it should be fairly easy to translate to Vala, here it is in case you wanna have a look: https://gitlab.gnome.org/World/giara/-/blob/gtk4/giara/picture_view.py
This is the key point and the reason FOSS means better #privacy: "The joy of open source means that users can, if they wish, verify Audacity's claims for themselves before deciding that the time has come for a fork." https://www.theregister.com/2021/05/07/audacity_telemetry/
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