Gah. I don't want to make a full fork of a software for a single feature, but the maintainer is literally making the argument that any file naming convention outside of English isn't valid.
Just because your a native English speaker, does not mean that everyone wants to utilize English naming conventions or even speaks it anyways...
Bothers me so much. Especially when the change that fixed this is 2 lines long and a single call to os.environb and a list merge... Why exclude when its 2 lines?
LOL climate change is an impending extinction level event and here I am debating OpenBSD vs Debian
Surprisingly, I might also be able to manage DJing off the ZG5 when i come back, as Mixxx seems to run wonderfully from my basic test.
Now i just need some additional pocket synths and a few extra batteries and ill be set for a full day of recording live on location.
Me and the fiance are going to their 'family cabin' next week, and i cant be without some music making capabilities.
I got my Acer Aspire One ZG5 up and running as record/synth box, as well as a full dev environment provided a client desperately needs something.
Ive got everything i need to record and edit my tracks, as well as some extra synth power as well. I can manage about an hour and a half of recording completely off battery power.
I feel proud.
If your using pip to manage your install, you can grab my patched version directly with:
pip install -e git://git.eclecticmedia.space/public/klaus@configureable_readme_filenames#egg=klaus
If thats something you want, grab it here:
Huh. I learnt a new thing about #pip installs today.
Didnt know i could specify a specific commit or branch to clone from with @ in the url.
Seems like something i shouldve known...
I think this might be caused because I made performed a bulk action on my archive of 12k emails...
lolwhoops. Kinda forgot I had that many emails in there...
So I've been getting my email set up to work with plaintext and #PGP encryption, but I have a question.
If your sending an email to someone who has no idea what PGP encryption is, and is so tech-illiterate that they will just get scared by the mention of it, do you sign said email?
I've been thinking of adding a link to a simple "how do PGP, what is PGP" tutorial/article, but I don't know of a good source. Any suggestions?
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