@nicolapcweek94 Yeah but Apple/Spotify are offering me a music catalog too, in this case I already have the files and the only feature I want from the pass is the offline sync. Again, things come with time, let's see how it goes and if this come to be the best solution, who knows, maybe I end up paying.

@RyuKurisu That was my first option but the local load (I don't want to upload my music, just to read it from a path) wasn't working properly so I started testing other things. Maybe should try it again. Thanks!


@Matter Oh my I always forgot about the awesome-x pages! There must be something to fit my needs in there, thanks!

@nicolapcweek94 Right now is 120 EUR just to download songs to my phone... crazy expensive, but I'm gonna keep using and if it fit my need and I get a good offer... maybe! Thanks for the reply, I will take a look at those two as well :)

Dear fediverse friends. What do you use to self-host music? I've tried Plex but it requires a subscription to offline sync on mobile (I don't mind paying for a mobile app, but a subscription is a no-no).

@null0x0 And it's even in the community packages for Arch Linux, god do I love Arch. Thanks for the info, will check that out soonish :)

@null0x0 Is this a good alternative to synergy? (the open source and original software from symless before they became a bussiness)

Felipe M. :archlinux: boosted
Felipe M. :archlinux: boosted

@mcol It has been my favorite screenshot tool for the time I have known it. 120% recommended :)

@kev @mike If you make a lot of screenshots and need to make some highlights or removals on it, I'd recommend flameshot: github.com/lupoDharkael/flames

@sphyphes What I did sometimes is adding the article to pocket and *boom*, entire article. My position nowadays is more like... "Can't read it? Won't read it".

@nev Sorry I made the question and didn't provide an answer: since wasabi is s3 compatible, I think you should be able to use s3-fuse: github.com/s3fs-fuse/s3fs-fuse

@nev IMO wasabi (or any object storage in general) is better suited for files that don't require frequent access (backups for example). Why wasabi and not other solution? Pricing?

@fribbledom I'm a fairly vm average user and QEMU with Virt Manager seems nice enough. You can even connect to remote qemu daemons :)


I just came upon Video Game Soda Machine Project. Awesome blog I didn't know I needed in my life.

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