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Generally the dependencies for Inkscape aren't really big security issues, but in the last couple weeks there have been quite a few!

Rebuilding the snaps again.

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Thinking about this tool that can predict keypresses using audio:

Wondering whether I could make a wireless keyboard that didn't need any batteries and just used the microphone. Perhaps with some of those mechanical keys.

Probably the last to know, but there sure are a lot of nice Inkscape tutorials on this page:

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Landing a bunch of merge requests that have stacked up for various reasons. Making it rain code on the master branch!

I doubt my co-workers are as excited about this as I am.

The end of this story is that the kiddo had to use the computer all night to do homework.

I'm gonna have to talk to his teachers.

Excited about Battletech finally being released for Linux.

Disappointed it was delayed, but happy that they finally came through on their promise to deliver for the platform.

Downloading .... .... ....

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Dave. I'm afraid I can't allow you to litter Dave.

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Ubuntu powers the display screens at McDonald’s, apparently.

You can always tell how good of day it is going to be by the number of tries it takes to enter your password.

With containers, namespaces and LSM modules in use all over the place; sudo isn't what it used to be.

It is getting colder, so making a latte in my favorite mug.

The merger is complete. Might be one of the most significant outcomes of the campaign season. —

Helping a young student who is emancipated learn about and sign up for health insurance through the ACA.

Probably the most valuable thing I've done this week.

He'll probably get a subsidized plan that won't cost him much, but will give him protection from catastrophe and some preventative care.

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. —

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A server setup for the users of to connect to the greater ActivityPub network.