@cyrus angry nerds in FOSS do the same thing about telemetry as angry nerds in Star Wars did about the sequels.
Well, it took a while but my petition to keep strong encryption without backdoors legal in th EU is now open for supporters!
Please feel free to support it and or boost/promte it
I appreciate this WordPress philosophy overview. More products should be built with these principles in mind:
Works with little configuration and setup
Designed for the majority
Makes decisions, not options
Clean, lean and mean
Strives for simplicity
Question for the #KDE users out there who are much more knowledgable on all this than me...
I have a number of apps open on boot, but they all open as windows, so my screen is filled with windows that I then need to close.
What I would like to do is open these apps straight to the system tray, not as windows. In Ubuntu, it did this automatically. Can I do this in KDE?
If it helps, I'm running Kubuntu 20.04.
Haven't done one for a while, so here's my #screenshotsunday - Kubuntu 20.04 running on my ThinkPad X1 Carbon.
Shiny, Animated CSS Buttons
Yes, most WordPress sites are horribly bloated. That doesn't have to be the case though. Here's how I built my own WP theme that allows my homepage to be <100kb with only 4 HTTP requests. Yes, you can make a sustainable site with WordPress. https://chriswiegman.com/2021/04/creating-a-minimal-wordpress-theme-in-the-era-of-gutenberg/
Took Kubuntu for a quick spin this morning and found 2 issues pretty quickly that are immediate deal breakers for me:
1) There doesn't seem to be any way to connect to a hidden SSID from the GUI.
2) It won't allow me to set the super key as the shortcut for the app menu.
Am I missing something here, or is my KDE journey dead before it's begun?
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