Working a theory on discovering exactly why/how Signal misbehaves with notifications in certain instances. Starting with a poll...
How do you have Signal set (default messaging/SMS app) and do you sometimes experience issues with late notifications (e.g., randomly not receiving messages until you open the app)?
If you're struggling with a inconsistent cross-browser new tab experience, my new project utab may be what you need.
Anyone notice the adverts at the top of my site over the last month?
Well, they're gone now and here's why...
LOL, did you know that #firefox seems to correct .ocm TLDs to .com automatically?
Try entering xkcd.ocm ...
The blog, for reference:
@kev About your blog of today: Is sky your ISP over in the UK?
I'm thinking about getting a non-OEM router too, but I don't know if compatibility with my ISP would be a problem.
I'm looking for some motivated computer programmers to learn and collaborate with.
I am the sole developer at my job, and the (mostly) sole developer for all of my side projects; and to be frank, I've been lonely.
My goals are to further study mathematics and computer programming fundamentals in order to become a true professional and not just some "guy who makes webapps". I want to contribute meaningfully to my field and the world.
Feel free to boost, dm, and share links.
Hey Fediverse, what is the ethically least bad option for #serverless computing. I'd need functions, databases and static sites.
Boost? Yes please!
Just used codeberg on mobile. It's not the greatest experience compared to desktop.
One suggestion: could you try to make the file list more compact? Maybe even at the expense of less displayed information?
I'd get rid of the timestamp (14 hours ago) and let the commit message be on the right side, but only about 15 characters before it is ellipsed. But this is personal preference...
Below a comparison of Github and Codeberg:
How to generate your own CA certificates and sign them locally. A demo project:
Btw, I know that kernel development doesn't happen on GitHub...
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