Giving users the power to moderate their own feeds is the key. Centralized moderation will always be flawed--a company can never represent your sensitivities as well as you and your peers (and will likely bow to outside pressure to censor, whether it's China or groups of users).
@architect I hate features. Ten apps with five features is fifty things to learn.
No backup feature means I backup with my usual tool. No encryption feature means I use my usual encryption.
All the features in the world need to be replaced with a text interface.
Hey Fediverse, what are your favorite web apps that have #vim (or vim-like) keybindings?
Manjaro Ditches LibreOffice For Proprietary Garbage
Buku - Browser-independent bookmark manager in the terminal https://github.com/jarun/Buku
- Make your bookmarks portable, sync them however you want
- Open bookmarks in ANY application (use the variable BROWSER like `BROWSER=mpv buku -o [id]` to open a link in mpv)
- Import from Firefox, Chromium, or Chrome
- Export/import from/to HTML, Markdown, or Orgfile
- Use multiple databases (with `--db [dbname].db`) and encrypt them so that others can't see what you saved (͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
So I watched this yesterday:
Procedural Programming: It's Back? It Never Went Away
It is a really interesting perspective and history lesson on programming.
Updated 20th anniversary (beta ebook) edition of The Pragmatic Programmer is now out! https://pragprog.com/book/tpp20/the-pragmatic-programmer-20th-anniversary-edition
Vim > Emacs
pacman > apt
tabs > spaces
pinfo > info
GUI's are bloat
Id you have a problem with any of that pleas let me know why.
Linux Geeks doing what Linux Geeks do..