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i've worked with lots of great open source companies over the years (System76, SparkFun, LulzBot, Red Hat, OSHWA, FSF)
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Reddit's Linux post for the day:
"Switching To Linux Has Made Gaming.. More Fun?"
"Am I the only one who has found PC gaming is actually more fun on Linux?
Why would games be any more or less fun to play on a different OS?
Last year while I was still on Windows, feeling bored of gaming and had a total lack of interest in the games available. I wasn't seeing much that looked appealing to me."
Thanks @kde for an awesome PDF tool in Okular. I recently discovered it and am a big fan. Here's why!
Exciting #System76 news! We are making rapid progress on support for Coreboot.
From @jackpot51 (Engineering Manager):
"SeaBIOS is working on both Kaby Lake and Whiskey Lake models. Tianocore is in development as an option.
Full support of all hardware... except the pesky camera toggle button. And thunderbolt works... if plugged in at boot.
So far, so good!"
Congratulations to the team at @matrix and Riot on the 1.0 release 🎉
I'm working on my Spanish and wrote about a few tools I'm using on Linux:
Excited to start sharing some projects and interests on my personal site, which I updated today.
Feedback (especially re: accessibility) is welcome:
Inkscape 1.0 Open-Source Vector Graphics Editor Is Finally Coming After 15 Years https://news.softpedia.com/news/inkscape-1-0-open-source-vector-graphics-editor-is-finally-coming-after-15-years-524596.shtml
Is it possible that in the long run, #Git will have a greater impact on the world than the Linux kernel itself?
... Just thinking about how many companies use Git
... Also spent the morning working on a project and just reminded how elegant Git is
I'm not sure if I've ever done this in my life...
1. 🌐 Download a web browser
2. 🔍 Check every setting
3. ✔️ Change nothing, except...
First, guess which browser?
I only changed *one* thing by enabling the Better filter with this terminal command:
gsettings set org.gnome.Epiphany adblock-filters "['https://better.fyi/blockerList.txt']"
I love what this browser ships with out of the box
Immersive article in The Guardian about the net in different countries:
The resourcefulness required in Cuba is especially eye-opening
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