Does anyone use a open source alternative to #jira? Anything more recent than trac and redmine, those I know. I'm stuck with jira forever at work
KDE just released new Slimbooks with Ryzen CPUs!
This is one sexy machine, I would actually consider getting... 😍
I just installed a caddy in my battle-tested Dell E6440 with another ssd in. I just realized (again) how these slightly older business laptops could be very modular in design: no screws required to remove battery and dvd player, two to remove the ssd, with more two you access memory, wifi and msata drive. That's amazing value. They could've been made of metal though
@cwebber Guix is probably the closest we have now from that lisp machines of old.
For people that tinker with #zfs. Have you tried #brtfs? It’s stable (I’ve been running a raid 0 for years now), contains most of the zfs desired features (like the awesome snapshots) and for people that use it locally, it’s probably a better fit. Also, it’s distributed alongside the Linux kernel using gpl, no need to do licensing acrobatics to use it. I’m sure zfs is awesome, but what it actually have that btrfs does not, for your use case?
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I got Guix running on Linode! I wrote up a tutorial: https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/help-guix/2020-07/msg00062.html
@utahcon @hrodnand @nicofee in the camp that try to maintain a small core you have the C language or maybe Go. For the ones the absorb everything and keep growing , you have the Swift language and even the Linux kernel itself. (This is starting to resemble those old debates about monolithic vs micro kernels ...)
I will think more about that, @utahcon @hrodnand @nicofee. Trying to imagine use cases where you don’t know the specs. In my mind, this is different from “discovering” the right specs when your are dealing with a client. I mean, after the software is done and useful, how do you evolve it? You keep your core mostly intact (or evolve very carefully) and do complimentary, plugin-like new things, or just absorb everything new.
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