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My GitHub Sponsors profile is now live! You can support my work on Free Software including GNOME, Hourglass (which I haven't forgotten about!), and other random stuff.

If you followed my GNOME Builder/deviced tutorial and it didn't work, it's because I forgot a step. Oops! You need to enable network discovery on the phone. The tutorial is now up to date:

I don't need to be scared of a superhuman AI, I'm already scared of what regular humans are doing with AI

I've been thinking about creating a Patreon. I know some FOSS devs have one, but I'm not sure it would be worth it for me or anyone would be interested. Thoughts?

I can't be the only one with alias :x=exit in my .bashrc

Explaining the Monty Hall problem to people is so much fun.

I recently finished Builder's support for running apps on your /#librem5/other Linux phone! It takes a bit of setup, but then you just hit "Run" and it works! Available in nightly Flatpak builds.

I'm quite happy with my Youtube
Premium subscription. Instead of bombarding you with ads all the time, it uses the novel business model of paying for things you want. I love it.

I use C# at work, so I wrote a quick tutorial on setting up flatpak'ed Visual Studio Code with the C# extension:

What's your favorite (i.e. least favorite) word ads use as if it's a good thing?

Mine's got to be "patented".


my bible study leader today: "Judas was the imposter"

Let's keep the #GNOME40 celebration going with a brand new release video!

There's been a lot of talk recently about , and the environment, but what makes them so bad? My latest blog post explains!

Huge thanks to whoever made the react-confetti package for allowing me to add the confetti and still get up in time for school this morning

I got one more change in for GNOME 40: better tab completion in the file manager! It's bothered me for a while now, so I'm especially excited that I got to improve it:

Huge thanks to
for reviewing this just in time for the release!

@gnome This is why I love GNOME so much! The design team goes to great lengths to put user experience first, and it really shows.

A quick update to the GNOME Maps info bubbles I recently redesigned--they're now adaptive for your favorite mobile Linux device!

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