Published another update to my FOSS project: QCard
Added more information about how it all works.
Please drop me any feedback!
Boosts Appreciated, I think this has a really cool use-case! 🚀
Here's my favorite git feature that no one knows about:
You can reference commits using the commit message instead of the hash. The ":/" syntax accepts a regex that matches any part of the commit message, returning the youngest matching commit.
How to solve a problem the German way:
1️⃣ build a new bike path
2️⃣ block the pavement with equipment for air-pollution monitoring
3️⃣ do not reduce car traffic, but put six huge vacuum cleaners next to the monitoring station onto the bike path
4️⃣ set up 14 traffic signs that legalize riding on the pavement, whereever a vacuum cleaner blocks the bike path.
5️⃣ problem solved! SUCCESS!
Baden-Württemberg wird ein 'Ort für Öffentlichen Code'👌 : https://www.heise.de/news/Oeffentlicher-Sourcecode-fuer-mehr-digitale-Souveraenitaet-6036956.html
I'm so so fortunate in life to have found a fulfilling job working with people I respect, who are unapologetically outspoken and whose principles are well aligned with mine, as I solve interesting problems helping us sustainably make the world a better place for those with the least but who need what we're providing the most.
Have you ever wanted MEDIEVAL EMINEM? Of course you have.
Hey @be , thanks for the great, constructive comments you're leaving on the Audacity PR. You're Doing the FOSS community a great service. 🤗
Apparently the new audacity owners are adding telemetry to it :/ This is....concerning. Especially because that PR discussion has _zero_ opposition to the feature being added
This will be a paid short-term project producing FLOSS. DM or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you're interested.
Not an iOS dev? That's okay, boosts appreciated too! 🙂
This is terribly mind numbing..
"Just sit in front of the TV and get fed by the algorithm! 😋"
Squash merges are a stupid idea, stop doing them.
Ok, so people do this because they don't want to "clutter" their main branch with a ton of commits when only the results matter. Right? I mean, that's the best rationale I've heard of so far.
But it's a real problem when it comes to IP management.
Maybe in your open source project, you don't care about IP. And you're free to choose a copyleft or permissive license, or even give the code to the public domain to express how little you care. 1/
Checkout my new repo named `dmenu_shot`! I made it because some Flameshot users wanted to do some quick image manipulation s on the screenshot they take without opening Krita or Gimp. I myself also wanted to trim the extra black space around the thing that I’m taking screenshot from.
In this link you can see the current implemented actions:
Software and Game Developer.
Vocal privacy advocate who loves Libre software and its community.
Bushcraft, hiking and hammock camping.
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My toots don't last forever, they are #ephemeral.
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