It's time for The Roundup #17, your bytes of Solus news. In this roundup, we’re talking about our new desktop icons implementation for Budgie , GNOME 3.38, KDE and Plasma updates, and more! 🎉
Loving Zelda & Chill II. I just wish it was on YouTube Music as an actual album instead of a video! But this is the first time I’ve been happy YouTube can pull from YouTube videos to source music, as I can still listen in my preferred app on my phone. https://music.youtube.com/watch?v=rJlY1uKL87k&feature=share
It's real, and it's spectacular.
@Solus curious are there package stats? Would be interesting to see the most popular and unpopular installed packages.
📦 Just released: 🍡 Bubbles v0.7.5, which contains timing improvements to spinners as well as some additional design choices.
For details, see the release notes:
Wikipedia.org and sister project stats for October 2020:
* 49%: Chrome, Chrome Mobile
* 24%: Safari, Mobile Safari
* 5.1%: Firefox, Firefox Mobile
* 2.6%: Samsung Internet
* 2.3%: Edge
* 2.2%: Google app
* 1.7%: Chrome Mobile iOS
* 1.3%: Internet Explorer
100% = 16.3 billion page views (desktop+mobile web, non-spider/bot)
covid19 aerosol transmission
"A room, a bar and a classroom: how the coronavirus is spread through the air.
Here is an overview of the likelihood of infection in three everyday scenarios, based on the safety measures used and the length of exposure":
Out now: Glow 1.1.0 🎊
🌟 Config File
Find yourself entering the same flags over and over? Not anymore: glow now supports a config file! See “glow help config”.
🌟 Local-Only Mode
You can now use glow without the network if you fancy. See “glow help”.
Initial commit on 'Dotilim' pushed, a project to change wallpapers in an uniform way with a nice dotfile configuration.
For now only contains a naive Rust CLI that works with GNOME. Would love to create a GUI using the same Rust code as a library sometime! 💭
Small snippet about the curb cut effect:
> Similar effects are found when you think of something like subtitles which were put in place for people with hearing problems. When you look at the raw number of users today, there are probably more students using them to learn a second or third language than people using them with actual hearing disabilities.
Holy crap. Many of these vulnerabilities could have wreaked havock on Apple alone. Also, if a handful of hackers were able to access Apple internal systems this broadly for fun (and bounties, of course), I imagine the NSA and foreign governments can, too. https://samcurry.net/hacking-apple/
Ironic how a package that checks your JS bundle size is itself 353 MB...
I know bundle size and package size are different, still wouldn't like using such a heavy package.
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