@mike @kev

I'm curious what sources people are using as well. I use reddit, hackernews, and a ton of slack channels (how I miss IRC).

For RSS specifically, the folks at @Framasoft are doing great work creating and supporting opensource services/software.

They have a hosted "Framanews", or you can download and host it yourself.

framanews.org/
framagit.org/framasoft/ttrss

Feeling grateful and nostalgic today. This was my first opensource code contribution. Switching desktops was very important to me :)

@github
didn't exist, @sourceforge
was our saviour, PRs took 3 yrs to merge.

What were your earliest contributions?

vince boosted

No more Google Fonts on Elixir Cross Referencer!

From Chinese users, this at last means quick access to elixir.bootlin.com/ as the "Great Firewall of China" is blocking access to Google resources.

This also means that we don't support Google tracking your visits to our website.

Thanks to Vince Hillier for contributing this change:
github.com/bootlin/elixir/comm

A similar change will be applied to Bootlin's website.

I prefer using a Mac as my workhorse, but 90% of my work happens on Linux machines. I build a lot of automation and that meant a) remote system running LXD or b) Virtual Box.

Queue multipass: Instant Ubuntu VMs on your Mac:

multipass.run

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