My keyboard - May 2019 - https://hund0b1.gitlab.io/2019/05/05/2019-05-05-my-keyboard.md.html #MechanicalKeyboards
I sometimes feel bad for not following that many people here. I know there's a lot of fun and interesting people out there to follow, but part of the reason I'm into minimalism is because I get very easily distracted by pretty much everything. It can be very stressful at times and 'less' helps me with that.
So. If I don't follow you I hope you don't feel offended or anything. :)
@hund suggest you start out with https://github.com/mrzool/bash-sensible . Also, ping us if you feel like something is missing. Quite often when I hear about amazing features in Zsh/Fish, those are actually present in Bash, just less well advertised or needs a bit of config. My main reason for switching back (I used to use Zsh as well), though, is I can just push my config to a server and expect it to work as usual.
"Richard M. Stallman resigns"
He resigns from both FSF and MIT. Context: https://slashdot.org/story/360908.
Me and My Shadow: “a free libre puzzle/platform game in which you try to reach the exit by solving puzzles”
"Here is my open source ortholinear 50% Alps keyboard project, Github repo in comments, Enjoy!"
I've been building Flóðgátt, a replacement streaming API server for Mastodon. The goal is to cut RAM usage and make hosting an instance that much cheaper.
So far, we've cut RAM for the streaming server of an empty instance by ~94.2%
The next task is to make sure that lower RAM usage can scale without other issues (e.g., CPU).
To do that, I need a test server with enough connections to see how Flóðgátt performs under load.
That's where y'all come in: can you please follow @codesections ?
"Mumble Chat App Get First Major Update in 10 Years"
if you can help me and my family out it would be great ,
the drive there take a lot out of us it is 1hr half drive there
an now going every week or other ever other week and thankyou very much
Here we go again. :)
"A huge database of Facebook users’ phone numbers found online"
I heard someone saying that the desktop environment @kde was created as a Windows-y environment back in the 90's to please Microsoft Windows users wanting to switch to Linux.
Is this true? If so, can anyone point me to an actual and reliable source proving that this is in fact true.
Another impressive cycle of light usage with my 4 year old Nexus 5X running #LineageOS without GApps.