Just looked at some projects on Github and saw that the site no longer advertises a standard git command to copy for repo cloning. Now they encourage the use of 'Github CLI' with the syntax of 'gh repo clone'.
No doubt it's a wrapper around git that will slowly gain features that git won't add because there is no need for them.
They are no longer a 'git hub', they are a 'repo space'.
All leading to the classic, Embrace, Extend, Extinguish.
Talking on an analog phone line is deeply satisfying. I think it's the lack of latency; we're used to 100-500ms delay in most cell phone conversations. It's almost spooky to talk to someone for half an hour and not once have to say "no, sorry, go ahead" or add additional space to make sure someone's done speaking.
@kev Looks like my hardware doesn't support it.
Thanks for the duck!
@kev I'm trying to install pi-hole on my Synology using your guide. I'm stuck on the "install docker" step. The docker app doesn't seem to be available in the registry. Did you have to do anything special? Add a package source?
We need to defeat this bizzare cognative dissonance people face when they have to re-evaluate the place email holds in their mind. It's not some useless relic of the last generation to cast off in the course of chasing the shiny new.
- Built with open standards
- Fault tolerant
- Enjoys a wide variety of open-source clients & servers
- Has widely available implementations for almost every programming language
- Already being used for software development at scales greater than GitHub-style development has ever dreamed of
Screw that noise. Set aside your preconceptions and look at email for what it is. The things that make you "yuck" about email are more related to the bastardization of email *software* by corporate interests like Google and Microsoft, and have next to nothing to do with email itself.
My unorthodox, branchless git workflow
Why everyone should use RSS feeds instead of subscribing and liking pages https://battlepenguin.com/tech/rss-the-original-federated-social-network-protocol/
@honza TBH I feel we've failed the tech-literate people too. I still hadn't seen a conference tool that worked reliably, always and everywhere.
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