Command 'udo' not found, but can be installed with:
sudo apt install udo
When I get time I will be looking at putting my videos on PeerTube.
Hey, you can get @viTekiM 's R-COIL for $2 right now.
R-COIL is "what if Asteroids were 870% cooler and had particle effects?". It's really fun.
It also has a mode where you don't have to worry about lives or scoreboards, you can just shoot asteroids and alien ships to your heart's content. It's great stress relief.
Connecting to Slack from an IRC client take 2, it works! http://www.artificialworlds.net/blog/2018/06/15/connecting-to-slack-from-an-irc-client-using-slirc/ (Thanks to Colin Watson and Daniel Beer)
If your friend leaves their Firefox window unattended, go to the address bar (or a text field) and type Ctrl-Shift-x
Using Matrix to connect to Slack from an IRC client on Ubuntu http://www.artificialworlds.net/blog/2018/06/08/using-matrix-to-connect-to-slack-from-an-irc-client-on-ubuntu/
Facebook confirms that it tracks how you move mouse on the computer screen
(submitted by shahocean)
By all means, #movingtogitlab-dot-com does not solve the problem GitHub has (centralization), and moving to a privately hosted GitLab re-introduces the problem GitHub mostly solved (separation).
"I left Mastodon yesterday"
In fine Mastodon storming-off tradition, I've written a flipping long Medium post.
@bob @bumi Unfortunately, the core issue for OSS projects remains the network for people finding your stuff and becoming contributors without friction. Private projects are a non-issue imo. I think we need to solve federated forking and merge requests, including code comments etc., unless we all want to lose valuable contributions.
I heard people use fingerprints to login, so i tattooed my password on my arm.
Ctrl-X Ctrl-E in bash lets you use your editor to write commands. Thanks to @freebsdfrau@twitter for the tip!