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musescore-downloader (via Github):
"Download sheet music [...] from musescore.com for free, no login or Musescore Pro required"
Note: This is not about pirating, but (among other things) about providing access to public domain and Creative Commons music hidden behind a paywall and subscription enforcement. See repository for more info.
There are Chrome/Firefox extensions and a user.js approach available.
All jokes aside, I just wanna learn LaTeX while getting some actual work done. I hate having to hover my mouse around the screen just to look for the tools that would insert mathematical symbols, so learning LaTeX might save me time in the future. (Plus it would make me look cool in front of my classmates.)
#factorio is dangerously addicting...
I played it for 40 hours in the last two weeks, and it's not the only thing I played!
The Register - an amusing article:
Sick of Windows but can't afford a Mac? Consult our cynic's guide to desktop Linux
For your consideration: A reasonable list of the least bad distros
Google has been DDoSing SourceHut for over a year
I want to set up some air quality sensors at home.
What would be the cheapest, yet convinient setups for this?
I'm thinking about getting one "NodeMCU / ESP8266" for every room and connect them via wifi to "Home Assistant" hosted on my NAS.
Any good alternatives? Possibly with a python API or even some configs only to adapt.
How cool is this? #HP Dev One laptop will come pre-loaded with #System76's Pop!_OS