@pallgone Google must be crowdsourcing their vision AI, which must be getting pretty good based on how impossible their captchas have been getting :-D
@bennydarshan check out restic. It's cloud capable and uses pgp for encryption. Consider the cost of cloud storage against a set of rotated HDDs, though, especially if the data is sensitive.
Analyst: Apple's poor earnings will recover now they've switched from innovating to rent-seeking
@bun bit of waiting for things to compile, but emerge/portage and ability to compile everything from source makes it a strong and amazing distro in the landscape of Linux. If you've never run Gentoo before, give it a go!
@bjoern emacs org-mode for work and bullet journaling for notes on the go
rsyslog + Graylog
Prometheus + Grafana
@tzycce I did try orgzly for a while but it needed more features and stability. (It may be much better now though.)
One thing about Emacs on Android (in Termux) is the need for a real keyboard, though there are volume up/down shortcuts for control and meta keys, it's much faster getting around with a keyboard.
@tzycce Emacs and org-mode is amazing and well worth the learning curve.
For portable / multi-platform syncing and note-taking:
Sync: Git, Syncthing, Seafile
F-Droid: MGit, Termux
@canuckifiedoz same distro between laptop and desktop w/ version-controlled configuration to keep them consistent
@canuckifiedoz XMPP! It's reliable, fairly decentralized; accessible clients for various platforms and supports audio/video to a limited extent. Ring is also becoming a strong option for video chat.
As a heavy Emacs user, I am tempted to try https://stumpwm.github.io/ though content with i3 and Emacs enough to procrastinate a test-drive of the lisp-based WM.
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