For the NixOS folks
I'm considering to use on my (future) daily driver system. As I understood, the main benefit of is, that the system is reproducable. However, I won't use the same setup on other machines, so I think I'm not the target audience of NixOS. Should I still go through the hurdles of learning a new configuration syntax?
So #FediCraft is my Minecraft server for the Fediverse. I enjoy being its' admin and it's not going anywhere
But I know that MC isn't #free or open enough for some people. Not to mention that Minetest is a bit more extensible, can run on other kinds of devices, and seems to reach further into the ideologies I find permeating FOSS. Even at the expense of gameplay.
Boost this and let's find out.
Actions we propose to take on PR #835 · Discussion #889 · audacity/audacity · GitHub
If it doesn't land in our systemd unit, at least it could provide some basis for third-party projects seeking to harden PT deployments.
Here's an online drawing app that I really like, it's open-source, end-to-end encrypted, and really well made
Anyone has hands-on experience with #Gentoo? How stable is it? Specifically, dou you have to do much fixing when upgrading like every other week? And how much of the software runs just out of the box?
I'm a young software enthusiast. he/him.
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