@mookie Yeah it really depends on where you live. For my city, Verizon is way better than everyone else. When I visited DC, Sprint was working a lot better.
It’s okay (for me) though because they all at least sort of work all the time, and that’s what matters.
@brandon That was me a few months ago; it only looks similar at first but once you get used to it you never get it confused.
It’s like Kanji (Chinese traditional characters in Japanese). You would think they’re basically unreadable but it’s actually not that bad.
@brandon also shi シ
@utf8equalsX Different take (If it's a business): Do none of the above. It doesn't matter.
If you're just making open source software and want to help the one person requesting the fix then add the workaround but add it to documentation called "Tech Debt" and remove it in a year.
@brandon Something tells me you’re not in the US?
> Fedora works for me, but is very bumpy and I'm looking for alternatives.
This sums up my experience as well. It's really nice but you have to try to avoid looking at the bugs :)
@popey Microsoft product launch videos have been really good lately (surface studio comes to mind).
@Krypton All the time. What else would I write on? Digital pen input is too slippery so my lines and handwriting look really bad :(
@erikstl Well yes (Jellyfin) but actually no (all the alternatives are really bad).
There are exactly 0 good media streaming servers that have authentication I would feel safe putting on the public internet :(
Neat FOSS I found today: Xournalpp
A maintained version of Xournal with full support for modern features (scaling, GTK themes, etc). I use it to annotate PDFs with a tablet/pen input, and it works really well!
@todd *for profit
Purism is still a (social purpose) *company*, no matter how much people pretend they aren't.
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