I'll be speaking at DevOps days Prague next week. Looking at the names, I'm one of only two local speakers. No pressure.

devopsdays.org/events/2022-pra

Who would've thought typing with home-row mods, Colemak DH on a small, low-profile keyboard would be the fastest I would be able to type?

Not me.

I must say that has been surprisingly good to me so far.

It's very powerful and extensible, yet very performant (for an e-commerce website)

"Published the source code to a variant of the NVIDIA Linux kernel modules dual-licensed as MIT/GPLv2"

\o/

Not yet available it seems, but sounds like good news!

nvidia.com/download/driverResu

I maintain #Fedora has the smoothest upgrade process among all distros. The system is equally reliable, swift and stable after each upgrades.

With Debian / Ubuntu, I can only trust a reinstallation.

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Anyone with an card that will be testing it with the new 36 release (default session)?

Looking to hear about your experience!

One of the most important feature requests we've heard from you is "WHERE THE HECK IS MY #THUNDERBIRD MOBILE APP?"

Here's a straight answer:

YES, we're excited to announce that an Android version of Thunderbird is coming!

We'll have more details to share with you in a few weeks. We'll talk to you about it here, and over on our blog at blog.thunderbird.net.

VS Code is pretty good, however I don't really feel like I can use it in good heart if I consider that, even though most of it is open-source, it's still very heavily reliant on the Microsoft services in terms of the extension store?

I really like some of it's features (such as the markdown preview), however I am not sure if it's worth using if it can, basically whenever, stop being released out in the open and or integrated more into the MS ecosystem

Thoughts?

What do you use to manage your calendars cross-platform?

I am sort of missing a good cross-platform calendar (and todo's) application on Mac and Linux. Thunderbird generally doesn't work very reliably.

Mastodon is cool but it lacks my favorite feature from birdsite which is the timeline jumping as soon as your eyes see an interesting post that you'll never find again

I would consider brave search, if it implemented the option to display search results in the middle, as does today

Thumbs keys on my #MechanicalKeyboard (zephirum.tuxfamily.org) are rotated by 90 degrees to get a denser thumb cluster when using MBK #keycaps. Sadly this neat trick is not compatible with the brand new thumb LDSA keycap 😟 Thankfully their #3Dprint files are open source so I used #MeshLab and #Blender to create a thumb LDSA keycap compatible with my keyboard 🤩

Bonus: original LDSA keycaps are available for pre-ordered from @fourstepper's shop for people who live in 🇪🇺

When posting images and videos on here, please remember to add a text description to the image. If you're wondering why, the most boosted toot of 2021 will tell you:

dragonscave.space/@guilevi/106

You can add a description while posting by clicking on the link that is on top of the image itself. On the website the description link will be called "Edit", on the official app it's "Describe the photo for the visually impaired". Third party apps may call the link something else.

The description can't (currently) be added later, so make sure you add it before you post.

Text descriptions can be up to 1500 characters, and they won't count towards your main character limit. Even if you're sighted, it's worth reading the description as it may contain extra info or hidden jokes.

#MastoTips #FediTips #Mastodon #Fediverse #Accessibility #A11y

Onboarding Express for qweebs.com was such a great experience so far.

People are very reactive, even across departments and are helpful on the first go, without any stupid overhead of standard support I’ve dealt with.

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