So I have babbled this here everywhere else. And i'm not trying to start a war. But has anyone seriously considered the future of .net core on #Linux. Following news and current events in tech. It really appears like .net will be the goto for Linux and Windows in the next say 3-5 years. Maybe not in our more Linux centric type communities. But most likely in the commercial space.
And is everyone comfortable with that happening?
Ok....now fire **DUCKS**
My time on Opensuse lasted a few hours. It's a pain to get software IMHO, snaps weren't working right, not for me...
Last time i'm sharing this thing... still in why the hell not mode.
Initiative Q is building a new payment network. To get people to adopt it, they’re giving away significant sums of their future currency to early people. They require only name, email, and an invite from an existing user. Here’s my invite link:
I moved myself to my own instance. Just for tinfoil hat wearing purposes. Still will be running the Archlabs account here on fosstodon. My new home is @tim
Thinking of starting a personal instance.
So had anyone ever attempted having #KDE connect sync their music folder when it's connected to the phone?
I know I can just drag and drop, was wondering if there was a hands free way?
I distro hop so much I figure they should all have a special place on my blog from now on.... https://timapple.com/tag/hopping/
Started using a service I realised I didn't need at all.
I should of mentioned above.. I'm looking for somthing that can do dynamic playback also. Similar to Sayonara player on the desktop.