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People familar with Debian, is the "graphical userland" actually used on mips/ppc/s390x? Or does Debian just want to gurantee that stuff compiles there?

Is there any initiative that lists FOSS projects looking for volunteers for specific tasks or are there any groups with people interested in/looking for this kind of activity?

RT @simmons: Things learned from a source code dive... Tokio internals: Understanding @rustlang's asynchronous I/O framework fro… source: twitter.com/rustlang/status/94

"How Buildings Learn" is a six-part series about the book of the same name: youtube.com/watch?v=AvEqfg2sIH

Highly, highly recommended for people interested in urbanism, architecture, and the grand scheme of the universe.

Me: man I'm really lonely, I should try to meet people

Also me: I can't talk to that person I don't know them

weird sysadmin skill: spotting errors in logs moving at 1000L/s

RT @bascule: I'm playing around with corrode, a C-to-Rust translator written in Haskell. I'm actually making fairly decent headw… source: twitter.com/rustlang/status/94

soda is the most existential drink because when you open one it hisses and judges your recent actions to decide whether or not it's going to attack you

naps admit a commutative binary operation called "catching up on sleep" whose identity element is the empty nap

I'm not new to the fediverse, but here's an #introduction focusing on just one project:

Ora.Network aims to create a global digital #skillsharing network based on the principles of time banking, #libre software, and the #commons. A #mutualcredit currency where 1 ora is added to your balance for every hour you contribute to a qualified libre/commons project. You can then transfer your ora to someone else in exchange for their help working on your own (non-qualified) project.

I abstracted project dependency updating in Builder today so we can support more than just flatpak. Cargo.toml also now supported, feel free to send me patches for your $framework of choice. Also, send me a better icon and design if you're inclined.


So I changed phones... and to export the contacts from an iPhone, I used itunes.apple.com/us/app/sa-con - it sets up a web server on the phone and you open it in a web browser, and it lets you pull out a VCF. Worked surprisingly well.

Retweeted @hyohhyohhyo@twitter.com:


pol, death Show more

developers and contributors werent even told and they are, understandably, miffed

anyway did yall hear that mozilla snuck a mr robot arg addon into the latest firefox update support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/l