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Together with centering, this makes achieving the above for nice-looking READMEs really easy:

| column 1 | column 2 |
|:---:|:---:|
| 1a <br> 1b | 2a |

Was this obvious to everyone else? It always bugged me that i couldn't format tables properly in github-flavoured markdown.

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Today i learned that you can use <br> tags to create line-breaks in markdown table cells

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We are pleased to announce the release of Ubports Installer 0.5.2.-beta. This release includes many new and exciting improvements. These include:
. Support for Heimall, the Samsung boot manager
. Sideload support for more Operating Systems,
. More configuration flexibility for porters,
. Bug Fixes

Full details are in the changelog at: github.com/ubports/ubports-ins

#UBports #UbuntuTouch #UBportsInstaller #Linux #Samsung

I keep wanting to leave twitter and solely do mastodon, but i just enjoy it wayyyy to much

Things are going to get interesting, i promise. We're currently toying around with the idea to have the @ubports installer automatically report results if the user opts in (github.com/ubports/ubports-ins). There's some great potential there, i think!

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The backend server is written in and provides a API built with the awesome library. Data is stored and aggregated in a database, accessed using the library.

gitlab.com/open-cuts/open-cuts

The web-UI is a single-page-application built with . It uses the GraphQL client to consume the API.

gitlab.com/open-cuts/open-cuts

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It's still early in development, but the basic features are there! We'll begin trialing the software for different @ubports projects such as , the , and some core apps. Head over to ubports.open-cuts.org to see it in action!

Again, development is still early, so head over to our GitLab org gitlab.com/open-cuts to see how things progress over there (and maybe star the repos while you're at it?). I also probably won't shut up about it on here ;)

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I'm happy to announce a project I've been working on for a while now:

, the open crowdsourced user testing suite

open-cuts.org
gitlab.com/open-cuts

OPEN-CUTS is a web-tool to help communities with user testing! The goal is to allow even inexperienced users to easily report test results for new software releases. OPEN-CUTS then aggregates and compares the metadata across versions to identify regressions.

petition to rename "Atlas Shrugged" to "Atlas was like ¯\_(ツ)_/¯"

Anyone need yet another downloading library for ? No? Well, i made one anyways, so you better find a way to be okay with that. npmjs.com/package/progressive-

Featuring asynchronous parallel downloads, progress and speed callbacks, and checksum verification using different hashing algorithms, making it easy to skip unneeded downloads. Not a lot of fancy fluff otherwise, really only what i needed for the .

In honor of the release of version 0.4.20-beta of the @ubports Installer, i kindly request you include your favorite weed joke in your bug reports. github.com/ubports/ubports-ins

Been on a roll these last few days with small fixes to long-standing issues and implementing some things often requested by new porters. More to come, but for now this fixes some OEM-unlocking issues, improves detection, and adds a new fastboot:format step to the config format. Also migrated the to the core20 base.

That's not to say that what twitter is doing isn't working for them, i find twitter much more addictive than mastodon. But it does bury a lot of stuff that's actually interesting, because "the algorithm" (tm) determined that other stuff would get more engagement.

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