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Guy cancels "Istantink" charge that he says he didn't know what it was and HP remotely disables his printer with half full cartridge.

vice.com/en_us/article/939ay3/

Nice vim :

yypVr= will make a new line equal to the length to the previous consisting of =.

Thanks @aza_leah for documenting TILs leahneukirchen.org/TIL

If you are interested in and always struggled providing a distributed storage like , I recommend taking a look at rook.io/ - a Storage solution for seamless deployment.

LibreOffice 6.4 is nearly here – and in the meantime, our documentation community has been updating the guides! For instance, the guide for the Math module is already available: blog.documentfoundation.org/bl

@unixnut TNX! this way you can properly number a basic existing list, eg. to make a markdown numbered list human readable.

with ':put=range(1,5)' you can make a numbered list from scratch. #vim (don't forget the colon before the command)

I discovered an awesome trick... It can create numbered lists! If you have this list of numbers:
1.
1.
1.
1.

... you can Visually select the last three lines and press <g CTRL-A> to get:
1.
2.
3.
4.

Think of this a variant of <CTRL-A> that increments the number under the cursor. Without the <g> it would increment every number in the selection by 1.

unixnut.tech is live! Woohooo!
(Don't get excited about the (lack of) contents; it's intended to be my tech showcase site eventually.)

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Maybe I am missing arguments but why is software used by goverments not open source? It is literally funded by the public.
It would also help finding security leaks and benefit everyone in general.

I want to be able to tell my friends why is better than the birdsite, so I wrote a thing: "Mastodon Is Better than Twitter: Elevator Pitch"
codesections.com/blog/mastodon

I want this to be as persuasive as possible to outsiders, so I'd appreciate as much feedback as possible from Mastodon users

Fosstodon

Fosstodon is an English speaking Mastodon instance that is open to anyone who is interested in technology; particularly free & open source software.