Looking for a #remote #job in #python and #django? It would be part time, some 20 hours a week, you set your own hours.

Message me for details if interested.

Being reminded that package/dependency management is a rolling dumpster fire regardless of what operating system you use.

If you would have told me five years ago I would be sitting here reading management books, I wouldn't have believed it. πŸ€·β€β™‚οΈ

Every time I browse the federated timeline, I end up blocking a handful of domains.

: weechat (IRC/Matrix), Newsboat (RSS), Firefox Nightly, Podboat (podcasts).

My takeaway from the actix controversy is that Reddit is pure, unadulterated garbage.

@jordan31 Not at all. I'm not using GoatCounter. It's free for personal use, and offers the basic web stats I'm interested in. goatcounter.com/

On the plus side, in spite of my issues with git submodules, I've replaced Google Analytics on my personal blog with something more privacy focused and tracker free.

Getting my periodic reminder that git submodules, while useful in some situations, are a pain in the butt to manage.

Just did a 'sudo apt autoremove' that deleted 62MB of stuff. I remember when that would have represented half of my hard drive.

Took my first look at Owncloud and NextCloud.

So... Both look nice.

So why would one choose one over the other?

Is this going to be a Firefox / Iceweasel thing?

@wuwei Nothing is broken per se, but XFCE has a much slower development pace. When new things happen it takes much longer for them to be supported in XFCE.

Contemplating switching to GNOME Desktop. I like XFCE better, but GNOME seems like the path of least resistance for having stuff work. πŸ€”

Taking a short break to play with my new toy, a Circuit Playground Express from Adafruit.

Going through my RSS feeds looking to prune any blogs/sites that have lost interest in, or that have stopped posting new articles.

@kev That's pretty cool. I dig those straps for pulling out the cards. I love minimalist wallets, and I've been a fan of my Trayvax for several years now.

Rebuilding an old laptop with Fedora Silverblue 31. After making a mess of Silverblue 29, I think I have a better idea of how to use it properly.

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