People who complain about #git are spoiled! Have you ever done a merge with #svn? Have you ever tried to tack multiple versions with #cvs? I have you ever wanted to work on a file when someone else had it checked out from source safe?
Git is a pleasure to work with, and anyone who thinks otherwise is just being sophomoric!
> <@tentaklo:matrix.org> Doesn't that (#emacs) contradict the unix philosophy?
That would be like saying that Bash contradicts the Unix philosophy. Emacs does one thing well, interpret emacs lisp.
Hi guys! A friend of mine asked if it is feasible in 2021 to use laptops running Linux in ISO27001 (and 27002) certified companies.
In theory, it is possible, but in practice, I'm a bit lost; they need monitoring tools, device management, possibly centralized policy enforcing, but I'm curious about the best solution for Desktop, i.e. to make a remote wipe of a device, enforce policies that block USB ports, provision software, control access etc. etc
Looking for advice 😃
@tomterl yeah, it's a cultural thing I guess, to go straight to click/type/build instead of making the effort of actually reading the instructions first. Or a human flaw. Or even an evolutionary feature that favoured esploration over reflection? whatever it is, I think you're right, not that much to do about it, beside ranting on the Internet of course 😂
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I just learned about mastodon and I am fascinated by its concept.
Hoping to find some chill people here to talk about my interests!
@yisraeldov Nope. Reference implementation of JDK is OpenJDK which is free(ish) software (and most certainly open-source).
The problem is Oracle JDK will get free support for 6 months each release, and to get longer support you need to pay.
Of course nothing stops Red Had and friends to maintain and support open source fork --- whether you'll get the same kind of support contract its another pair of shoes.
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twitter, nazis, Mastodon discourse
xkcd’s take on free speech can’t be posted often enough, especially with regards to the hordes of man children, nazis and bigots on borblesite demanding for their instances to be “recognized” or listed officially..
Guess what? It’s not going to happen, because the community is showing you the virtual door.. 👋🖕
That moment when you realize that prod builds of your application are broken due to a transient dependency, and as long as you have a carefully set up `yarn.lock`, things work. But as soon as you try to regenerate it, all hell breaks loose.
I'm not sure I have the spoons for this today, so I'm going to commit the carefully set up `yarn.lock` and worry about the reproducibility sometime later.
Found out about shellcheck very recently. Handy CLI helper to analyze your (ba)sh scripts.
It's pretty awesome!
Disclaimer: I know we have some of the harshest systemd critics over here. If that sounds like you, then you may want to ignore this post and skip to the next one 😆
Still reading and using systemd? Great! To help you generate new services and monitor your system's logs & units, I created two little tools you may find helpful!
Check out service-tools over on GitHub:
In /r/emacs... :
org-mode copy source block button.
Is there any way (without writing non-trivial elisp) to attach a `copy` button to an org-mode source block exported in html? Something to make it easier to copy source code blocks from html pages generated with org-mode.
Linux User since April 1994 (slackware on 52 3.25" floppy discs).
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