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Would be a replacement for Facebook Messenger? If not, which open platform would be?

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Let the flame war begin...

πŸ”₯πŸ”₯ Nano or Vi? πŸ”₯πŸ”₯

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@erikstl @rtwx @LPS

I use Zoho's free domain hosting tier, its a great midway point between self hosting and paying for hosted email.

Dkim is easy to set up too.

There are a couple of limitations but overall its great and not costing me any money.
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Since I'm really curious, I'd like to ask everybody to also post their . Come on boys, girls and everything in between above and beyond. That would be really awesome! πŸ‘

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Want to use a link shortener on #Mastodon?

Don't! :blobsurprised: All links in Mastodon posts count for 23 characters, no matter how long they really are.

(via @jond )


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What projects do we currently have on ?

So far, I know of @debian @gentoo @mariadb @opensuse

Are there any that I have missed?

Make sure you give these projects a follow if you're interested in their content!

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I'm a bit puzzled by ASP.NET Razor. This looks a lot like the really bad old PHP times. Am I missing something?


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Same setup, different specs. Got a new computer recently πŸ˜€

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Any good keyboards out there for that have swiping? I'm afraid it's too late for me to change my typing style now.

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Which server would you trust most? Your ISP's server? (, (, (, , anything else? Why?

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Any good web irc clients out there? Looking at the top couple search results it doesnt look like there is anything comparable to what you get with a native client.

I wasn't sure about how to sort it out, I just did the recompilation manually to narrow-down the issue. But the recompilation succeeded, and afterwards xmonad started working. Still not completely sure what the root cause was, but it seems to be working now

... /.xmonad/xmonad-x86_64-linux: error while loading shared libraries: libHSxmonad-contrib-0.15-5nmUdwEZPvs1sNRJsezwdf-ghc8.6.2.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

XMonad skipping recompile because it is not forced (e.g. via --recompile), and neither xmonad.hs nor any *.hs / *.lhs / *.hsc files in lib/ have been changed.

XMonad will use ghc to recompile, because "... .xmonad/build" does not exist.

XMonad is recompiling and replacing itself another XMonad process because the current process is called "xmonad" but the compiled configuration should be called "xmonad-x86_64-linux"

So I did more digging into the Xmonad issue, turns out `xmonad` was terminating with an interesting error (truncated):

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Why is it taking so long? Anyone know the details of how duplicity does the deduplication check? Maybe I'm missing a processor feature? This should be 99% local, but CPU, IO, and network are all close to idle. - 2/2

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