Riot.im - The Big 1.0 https://medium.com/@RiotChat/the-big-1-0-68fa7c6050be
Zathura - A lightweight Vi-like document reader – https://hund0b1.gitlab.io/2019/02/14/zathura-a-lightweight-vi-like-document-reader.html #Linux #Vim
K9 discussion regarding no setting for viewing e-mail messages in plaintext:
"If you want to trade the extended formatting options HTML brings for a reduced attack surface, that's fine. But K-9 Mail won't be that email client for you. You'll have to look somewhere else."
What other clients are there that's on par with K9?
LibreOffice 6.2: new features, including NotebookBar user interface https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6HUnR5IoAQk
Monochromatic: a FOSS app for Android that filters out blue light through a new approach https://github.com/RichyHBM/Monochromatic
A list of YouTubers that mainly feature Linux gaming https://www.reddit.com/r/linux_gaming/comments/aneayg/list_of_youtubers_that_mainly_features_on_linux/
The Dark Mod update 2.07 now available! http://www.thedarkmod.com/posts/the-dark-mod-update-2-07-now-available-02-2019/
Kröhnkite: A dynamic tiling extension for KWin https://github.com/esjeon/krohnkite
So far, this looks like the most stable and functional tiling script for KDE Plasma I've ever tried.
I've just noticed the latest version of OpenLara supports saves, gamepad works very well, and the main developer says Tomb Raider 1 is "100% playable on all platforms" (https://www.tombraiderforums.com/showpost.php?s=5bf9854beac0caa4833613b22d078ced&p=8035187&postcount=1004). Fun times ahead!
A pandoc template for letterhead - https://blog.hartleygroup.org/2015/08/01/a-pandoc-template-for-letterhead/ #Plaintext #Writing #Pandoc
The Do-Everything System: An in-depth review of Hubzilla 3.0 https://medium.com/we-distribute/the-do-everything-system-an-in-depth-review-of-hubzilla-3-0-692204177d4e
It's from February 2018, but I think it's still worth sharing since it gives a nice overview of what Hubzilla can do. I may try it some day.
PeerTube support is being worked on for NewPipe!
A developer of XQEMU (Xbox emulator) recommends using it with Linux because of KVM (better performance, stability and CPU support) https://www.reddit.com/r/emulation/comments/acl0si/xqemu_xbox_emulator_testing_games/ed9dxkh/
There's a fork of mps-youtube that can play videos in 1080p (and probably even higher resolutions) and 60 fps. https://github.com/th0rn/mps-youtube
It's also in the AUR as mps-youtube-hd-git. Awesome!
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