@gajim I'll try and drop a screenshot later today. :) A restart definitely does not fix it for me, but my definition of "restart" might be too simple: quit Gajim and launch it again. I haven't tried other "restarts" - desktop environment, user session, possible whole OS?

@pep @nebunez

Why night mode so difficult to read. That text contrast = mind blown. 🀯

@christopher I've been in a similar spot. The "just write" goes missing again!

I struggle with deep work. I think many of us do. There are so many buzz-buzz happening. Today, I tried to fight back, and work went well! I'm going to try and cultivate this "focus" more.

rusingh.com/micro/notes/2021/0

(This is a note from yesterday, apparently the webmention never came through)

Who is writing this documentation? We need a "simple" subdomain for the RxJS website, like Wikipedia has one for a lot of its articles.

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@bekopharm I see. I'd like to stick to the conventions/defaults tho. Seems like enums get created at module with feature.enum.ts, and models/classes with feature.ts.

Hmm, so this Tour of Heroes example app that the docs walk you through is storing it at the module directory level, with the naming convention <feature>.ts.

Is this the recommended way?

stackblitz.com/angular/bxrgjae

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Where do I store interfaces and enumerators such as ones in the picture? They are specific to a component, or more broadly, a module.

@afontaine Yep, I'm even loosely considering using GoBlog (git.jlel.se/jlelse/GoBlog/) and prettying up the UI. πŸ˜‚

@afontaine Ahh, got it. That makes sense.

I think I had come across this before but at the time was unwilling to consider a blog dipped both in ActivityPub and IndieWeb. But I'm a bit more receptive to it right now haha.

@afontaine Sorry, do you mean you were self-hosting Pixelfed and then decided not to? If so, would you do the same if you were using the cloud hosted version?

I really dig your idea though. That sounds very neat. :)

@jorges @dusansimic Yup, using the system font stack so I guess the font must be Ubuntu. :)

@dubiousdisc Thank you! πŸ’›

But... what new site? πŸ™ˆπŸ™ˆ Most of my site updates are incremental so I don't really know what you saw last, and when. πŸ™ˆ

@dubiousdisc You know what? I might actually read this one.

@mike Yep, that's a sore miss right now. They are working on an Android app I think. They did announce it recently.

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