Although one way to achieve that would be to set up Tmux and SSH with a terminal-based game, but it's a bit complicated and not for everyone.

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A FOSS Gomoku/Tic-tac-toe game that can be played online against others. That would be awesome.

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The Crust merge-request for the #pinephone on #postmarketOS is now ready for testing! Please give it a shot and report if it does it's job well!

gitlab.com/postmarketOS/pmapor

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John Oliver shares a powerful example of what is wrong with the attitude towards #privacy and security in Silicon Valley. Don't give #GAFAM your data. It isn't safe.
youtube.com/watch?v=jZjmlJPJgu

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lemmy-lite: “A static, nojs, touch-friendly Lemmy frontend” (proof of concept)

github.com/IronOxidizer/lemmy-

What's on your mind?—an independent short film

“Facebook can be depressing because everyone else's lives are better than yours... But are they really?”

invidious.snopyta.org/watch?v=

Let's say you want to edit two files in (Neo)vim, each displayed on the same workspace side by side. Which method do you prefer?

Do you open them in a single Vim instance using splits, or separate Vim instances with each running in a Tmux split or terminal window?

“5 humans review 5 open source video chat tools” opensource.com/article/20/5/op

- Jitsi
- Signal
- P2p.chat (personal note: no longer maintained)
- Nextcloud Talk
- BigBlueButton
- Runner-up: Jami

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How many #GUI apps are you using (except of the terminal emulator) daily?

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