This was the Chrombook of my mother. An ASUS CB5-311 with an ARM CPU. This thing is pretty fast and can be used for 12 hours straight on one charge. But Google decided to EOL it and not release updates anymore.
I'd like to not throw it away. What options are left? Chromium OS builds seem to be tricky, because of the ARM CPU. Is there a way to install a "normal" Linux? I mean a proper installation not chrooted with crouton.
At its 32nd party conference this weekend, the German conservative party CDU resolved to join @fsfe in demanding that software developed with public money should be publicly available as #FreeSoftware:
"This is why the following will apply to all (public) digitisation projects in Germany in the future: the awarding of contracts and funding will be subject to compliance with the principles of open source and open standards."
Do you know NixOps? The thing that lets you spin up NixOS machines from a simple configuration file that defines setup, software and configs. This is pretty much like that, but for GUIX!
I'm a bit confused. Will #angularjs be discontinued?
I’ve released an update of teampulls today. Now you can filter by users: teampulls -u user1,user2
What is it? teampulls lists all of the @github pull requests for a list of users and repositories. The old ones are printed in red. 😉
Microsoft Japan tested the 4-day work week and got great results. I remember seeing similar results from other companies that tested that or even sticked with this. Could even be better for the environment.
And here is the solution: https://twitter.com/foursixnine/status/1188923350225244160
In case this is still needed: https://developer.github.com/v4/object/pullrequest/#fields isDraft :) a friend of mine asked similar question few days ago :)
Blood money is fine with us, says GitLab: Vetting non-evil customers is ‘time consuming, potentially distracting’
Yesterday I've been packaging a little #Go app and I have two findings to share:
1. Go Modules makes packaging Go pretty easy – also for older Go versions because of vendoring. Of course vendoring causes other problems, but let's not talk about that now.
2. Working with the @opensuse Build Service (OBS) on #Fedora 30 is completely seamless. Everything works just out of the box (dnf install osc). You can test-build locally and then commit everything to OBS. Awesome!
Right now only @opensuse Tumbleweed has a #Clojure package out of the box. But you can also install the same Clojure (and Leiningen) on Leap 15.1.
Everybody dealing with free software should read this. A little history lesson is also included. 😉
I had to read about the cookie foobar we have because of the #GDPR. This page seems to be useful: https://eugdprcompliant.com/cookies-consent-gdpr/
So websites that only have "essential" cookies, that are used to have a working webpage only need a warning that cookies are used. That's good! Annoying, but at least you don't have to have full blown cookie mngmnt in this case. Because there are some frameworks out there, that won't let you disable all cookies… and if you need CSRF tokens, aso, you probably can't disable it.
Reading a book from 2008 about a family of languages that existed for (back then) fifty years and it couldn’t be more relevant to me. #myclojurestatus
And it looks like @salesforce can indeed keep their white vest.
I don't think that you are responsible for everything your users do with your software. But there is no way they didn't know… and they decided for the money and agains the victims!
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