Yes, #GNOME is more aesthetically pleasing, but at the cost of stripped down functionality and configurability. Another thing going for Gnome is I keep my customization in ansible (dconf/gsettings). As far as I can tell there is no viable similar alternative for #KDE. Apart from horrible config files in ~/.config/.
I do not recall how long it has been, but I am back on #KDE #plasma desktop. At least on my home computer. And the reason is rather ironic - as I see it, there is no decent image viewer for #gtk/#GNOME. KDE has #gwenview and it seems to be great. It even has side-by-side image view and sane keyboard shortcuts. Now I should be able to get through photos and weed out keepers with ease.
It you have a google account please help with reporting this as harmful and impersonating.
*DO NOT INSTALL* (except if you are a malware researcher 😉)
Fake F-Droid app, please report:
Ian Murdock, Debian creator, dead in shady circumstances this day, four years ago.
He named Debian after his girlfriend (later wife) Debra Lynn, and himself (Deb and Ian).
A days before we’ve seen some very strange tweets by him about the police violence, and then his Twitter was immediately gone. But internet remembers everything.
For the next year I really wish something would change with web stuff, please, make progressive enhancement a thing.
I noticed I consume less and less information from conventional web, simply because it is such a malicious wasteland. If nothing changes I will just disable JS in web browser with the exception of few whitelist sites.
As beautiful as #deepinlinux is, I can't bring myself to running a distro that comes from one of the most privacy abusive countries on the planet. I'll run a device from #china, as long as I can run my own ROM on it, but an entire distro is a stretch. This country has modern day concentration camps for #Uighurs and a fetish for state run media and facial recognition. History will not look favorably on any of this. Sure, #deepin is #opensource, but open source also means #freedom.
Anyone have a suggestion on some log viewer/analyzer. I found glogg, but it's bit ugly and seems to be buggy.
What I need is to define some custom coloring rules/regexes. It is for ad-hoc troubleshooting, so nothing fancy like ELK/Splunk or whatever.
I would use vim/grep, but I need some visual feedback and ability to select/bookmark some log messages.
@vecna Also: Electron doesn’t turn a web app into a desktop program. Writing software in web languages also doesn’t automatically makes it cross platform. It only makes them run in different browsers.
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