It is proven! I am jandedobbeleer on Keybase: https://keybase.io/jandedobbeleer/sigchain#f2658866b78cf05503f95f061350a24d647ac593ee71dbae717a612bec77bdf90f
What's the best iOS client nowadays? Before that was Amarok but maybe life evolved.
I don’t always agree with Steve, but this one is so spot on it should be on everyone’s must-watch list. https://youtu.be/QD8N8N7wzmM
At the end of the day, remember that CRLF is bad when working with Linux just as case sensitive folder structures don't work on Windows (everything sucks in a way) and set your git settings to:
git config --global core.eol lf
git config --global core.autocrlf false
Drove me mental btw, bash saying `/bin/sh: 1: /somefile.sh: not found while it was there and in the end I noticed (when debugging inside the container) it failed on /bin/bash^M: bad interpreter...
Up next, fixing my Windows environment to work with LF and not ruin my Linux Docker containers with silly ^M chars at the end of each line. Or did you think this day was over? #nevernotstopping
And I did do a backup of my following first 😺
Completely killed my own instance with a rebuild of my containers. I know, I know. My experience with Docker is very limited, but this way I'm learning. Failure is part of that. So, I'm on my way to becoming a master. cc @alex
Say @Gargron, I setup my instance to use the root domain and live on a subdomain. But, I made a mistake at first and now, for some reason, on this instance it points to the sample info (mastodon.example.com) instead of the right one. When I add myself on another instance, it's correct. Can it be the data is cached and not updated? The handle @janjoris should point to @janjoris
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