james :manjaro: :linux: boosted
james :manjaro: :linux: boosted
james :manjaro: :linux: boosted

It's VERY windy in the kingdom of West Midlandshire this morning.

james :manjaro: :linux: boosted
james :manjaro: :linux: boosted
james :manjaro: :linux: boosted

pick up the nearest book to you, turn to page 45, the first sentence explains your love life 

@pixelpaperyarn "We don't print this to mock or ridicule, but to merely express our frustration at something that happens far too frequently."

2600, vol 35 #1, Spring 2018

james :manjaro: :linux: boosted

on #Snap pages for every app there are stats on what #Linux the app is installed (?), and checking on a few popular Snaps, the % is more or less the same for distros

those are very interesting charts, but gosh #Ubuntu not sharing raw numbers!

snapcraft.io/vlc

Care to share your Favourite, or simply an interesting website(s)?

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@Jamest How about bookstack or dokuwiki? I tried dokuwiki quite awhile back and found it to be kind of a lot of overhead just for personal notes, but it is popular. dokuwiki.org/dokuwiki

I haven't used Bookstack, but it seems focused on usability. bookstackapp.com/

If you aren't married to the idea of using a Wiki format for your notes, I use Cherrytree notes both at home and at work, with the db synced via nextclou, and am very happy with it. giuspen.com/cherrytree/

Any suggestions for wiki software to run on Linux please? Don't want anything too fancy, it's just to keep my own notes on, not for sharing with others. Thanks :)

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james :manjaro: :linux: boosted

Hmm, and Foss projects looking for help from someone (me!) To do some general bug fixing, to help me learn python 3? I use fedora 28 workstation if that helps? Thanks :)

james :manjaro: :linux: boosted

I love i3 on my Raspbian system. Things just fly right along.

"Getting started with the i3 window manager | Opensource.com"

opensource.com/article/18/8/ge

james :manjaro: :linux: boosted

Debugging is like being the detective in a crime movie where you are also the murderer.

Written a bash script this morning :) time to get working :)

james :manjaro: :linux: boosted

Pretty new here, but I am liking it. It reminds of what the internet used to be. People speaking their mind instead of people speaking the mind they pretend to have. Cool.

james :manjaro: :linux: boosted

@Jamest It feels a bit wrong, somehow, to be running pihole without a pi!

But yeah, I've used it for a couple months now and haven't missed a thing

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