I am happy @OpenBSDAms VM owner and now also happy stickers owner. Thank you for your awesome work people!
#Gentoo: 2021 in retrospect & happy new year 2022!
@tulpa "better" is not exact term and the outcome is based on what are your expectations. If you look for "security first" approach, openbsd will be right up there. If you prefer wide app base, best performance, or gaming platform, then openbsd can not deliver. I use #openbsd for home router, personal server and it is also my daily personal driver, but for work I need to use linux (#gentoo) because many technologies and programming languages are simoly not supported on BSDs
@aspie4K #matrix is more modern, more hyped and more cohesive. People with deeper background are mostly bitching on XEPs. You don't have one robust set of functionalities you can rely on. Every server or client supports only subset of all xeps to some degree. So if you want more than simple plaintext chat, you sometimes run into issues. Specially with federation.
I personaly use #xmpp just because I hate how resource hungry matrix instance is and I like thing simple and minimal
Good morning everyone. I published a new blog post about #suckless apps and my journey from #compiz / #beryl user to #xfce user and finally to happy #dwm user. Hope you'll enjoy. Feel free to drop a comment here if you like it :)
Hi everyone. This time I wrote rather personal article. It was 20 years since I delivered my first code job to the customer. So I prepared some serious programming life summary :) Enjoy!
New blog post is out! It is about using strong and/or weak links in your personal data/notes storage, using (in my case): #zettelkasten
@graphonymous there you go :) so check those other things I mentioned if you find them interesting and maybe spend some time browsing forum and wiki. Great sources of information.
But most important thing is. Enjoy your #gentoo, arguably best distro our there ;)
I have finally found decent amount of hours today to move on with my html+gemini static site generator. One or two days like this one and I am ready for first public beta release. I use it myself for several months though... And I already have some test pilots, which in the past said, they are open to try it out! @hund @juraj @solene :) Thanks in advance
I have published a brief blog post about self-hosting CalDAV & CardDAV server using #radicale. It is lastest addition to my #selfhosting #selfhosted series. This time shorter and less technical, because there are no hacks, customizations and tricks needed to install this piece of software. Thumbs up to the guys who wrote the official radicale documentation.
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