I have a really bad habit of being like "haha I shouldn't even try to do these very simple tasks because fuck me"

I got to the point where I can sometimes fix (small fixes, but fixes nonetheless) someone else's project so it works how I want for mine. I'm starting to feel not-so-worthless anymore.

I wonder how the world would be if someone blew up Facebook's servers just now.

Holy smokes.

LibreOffice runs on the Librem 5!

AND IT WORKS.

Saving files, opening files, typing... the UI is a bit cramped (it's a desktop app on a phone)... but hot-diggity! It works!

Rebrand anti-malware to "unwanted software cleanup" so we don't get sued (and so we can make it detect MS Office).

Note: I am not currently developing anti-malware software. If I ever do, I will probably call it something along those lines.

#linuxacademy uses #flash so I cannot watch their video courses on #linux

r u fkn serious?

I'm curious, have anyone ever intentionally used "paste with formatting" in a WYSIWYG editor? Is it really the right default?

I think it's finally time to learn how to use git over email and try to move some of my projects on sr.ht

Also I want to learn some LISP

I wonder how many ways are there to build a website fully embedded in an executable. All the CSS, JavaScripts, and other static content included.

(I think that) I found a way to do it in Rust, using Rocket, maud, and some include_str!s but I'm curious what other languages and libraries can people use to do these kind of things.

(I haven't tried doing images yet and I have no idea how that would work. Except when all your stuff is SVG. Then it's basically another text resource, right?)

@brown121407 there are security programs now, where the EU funds security researching on Free Software: FOSSA and the Cybersecurity legislation juliareda.eu/2019/07/fossa-cyb

@brown121407 absolutely!

In this context:
prototypefund.de/en/

And also (almost) no public money should be spent on proprietary software / licenses:
publiccode.eu/

There should be such a thing like European funding for free software development.

We're almost finished the ComposeUI v4!

Tag People, Caption media, Add to Collections, Schedule and Edit Metadata.

This will be shipping in v0.10.7 #pixelfed

Instagram has removed the Following activity tab in a recent update.

We look forward to supporting that feature in a future release as previously announced!

#pixelfed #pixeldev

I like #Linux

I do not like the #LinuxFoundation

Just as you can love #Java while hating #JavaScript because they have almost nothing in common (only the names)
sap-dan-image.jpg

Can't draw so I played with some algorithmic music composition for the october thingy.
foralongtime.bandcamp.com/trac

#theWorkshop

Make your own possible future time travel safer and more convenient by inserting preemption points into your life. Every few months at a convenient point, write down the time and date, and maybe some recent major events, and store them in a safe place. Agree with yourself that you’ll only travel back to a preemption point. Now you’re safe from random time travel interruptions!

Openclipart.org has finally been [properly] replaced with freesvg.org

It's a site, based on Laravel, providing CC0 and public domain SVG files, including the 55,000+ we scraped from openclipart.org

#openclipart #svg #inkscape

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