#PinePhone is here ! 🎉🍾
The #PinePhone I ordered is coming! 🎉 just got an email from DHL.
Quick reminder (or clarification) about the workflow on SourceHut
GitHub has trained you to open issues for *everything*, including support requests, asking questions, feature requests, bug reports, and so on.
On SourceHut, you should not do this. We have mailing lists, and your first stop should be a project-discuss or project-users mailing list. Only when you have confirmed that you have a new bug or accepted feature request should you file a ticket on the bug tracker. This prevents clogging up the bug tracker with duplicate or poorly thought-out tickets, and usually gets you better support for your problem too.
Thinking about changing the default permissions for trackers to prohibit public posting to re-enforce this.
$ curl -sSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/python/cpython/master/Lib/this.py | python
I want to inspire a renewed tradition of deliberate, planned software engineering, where quality and reliability are paramount, and flashy eye candy is an afterthought.
SourceHut's PeerTube bootstrap fund: first batch
Still some work to do, like getting remote control working, but it's getting there. And yes, this is with #MyCroft integration!
If I were to create an advertisement for #RSS, it would be like this:
"Do not let GAFAM curate the web for you. Curate it yourself. Use RSS feeds."
Feel free to steal this. 😉
Linux development is distributed - profoundly so
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