I've been happily using Firefox 89 in Fedora 34, until recently it got unusable for some reason. When I launch firefox (from terminal or from the launcher it doesn't change) I have to wait for at least 3 minutes before a window shows up! I tried to delete every bit of firefox and reinstall but the result is the same. Ideas? #askfosstodon
Almost finished nickname and pause log, with admin feature in my real time streaming cinema. It's written in Java + Kurento, and I am not really proficient in Java. The Angular frontend is written in a hurry and to work around some Kurento JS API limitations I did some ugly hack, sorryyyyyyyyyyy.
* Cries in NullPointerException *
I've just been on the phone with a woman who asked me some questions on a cybersecurity course I'm attending rn, as part of an interview with a local newspaper. I replied to her questions trying to simplify (dumb it down) my replies. Did I just mainsplained her? Was the whole simplifying thing unnecessary? What do you think a correct approach should be?
Italian guy with a passion for computer stuff, currently studying computer engineering. Making IoT devices do strange beep boops | he/him
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