@chuck never cover your cat in powdered sugar.
Or, so I've been told.
@sergiusens oh, you can't say that! I've posted on my blog this year! And I think last year too!
Though I was totally considering stealing the share button too.
I ♥ Free Software - Valentine's Day 2019
@n8 just to be curious, what happened with LO? It's always worked for me...
@n8 buying stock in flag apparel companies in anticipation.
@sergiusens it just shows the tech industry is expanding everywhere!
@nolan I would describe that as you only trust software where you can have a relationship with the developers.
For the paid case it's a commercial relationship that comes with certain expectations, and you understand what they want out of the relationship.
For the OSS case you're expecting a communal sharing of knowledge relationship.
In other cases they're giving you something, but not saying why and there's no relationship. It's like candy from a stranger.
@n8 seems like it could be a conversations starter as well: "I am the boss, fonts are the most important thing in our business"
This is neat, glad that Collabra is sponsoring it. The real gain I see is that graphics chip vendors can release one simpler driver, hopefully increasing support for the Linux graphic stack. Hope they realize this and chip in some expertise. — https://lwn.net/Articles/770390/rss
@alatiera bug. Especially since you have no thread handles to ever shut it down.
Super memory leak too all the references remain valid.
It would be interesting if there was a programming language that would make log messages and comments interchangable at runtime.
Many times you can follow code because of the comments, but often the log messages also provide a major clue into what is happening. But, you have to choose one or the other. Being able to choose both, where you're effectively setting logging level via syntax, might encourage more readable code.
Pragmatic idealist. Building a company Axiom. Worked on Ubuntu Phone. Inkscape co-founder. Probably human.
A server setup for the users of gould.cx to connect to the greater ActivityPub network.