Does anyone have experience with connecting different screens with different pixel densities to a linux (xorg) machine? It'd be really great if the size of the things on my screen is based on the display's DPI, rather than hard-coded or manually configured. Does that exist or should I give up and look for a monitor whose DPI matches the laptop's built-in screen?
Weird how different community interaction for different projects can be. Some of mine (simplified, doesn't apply to all users, obviously)…
Postmodern users: hey there's this missing feature, but I included a high-quality pull request that adds it
Acorn users: so according to annex 30.500 in version 7 of the spec, this may not be right
CodeMirror users: someone please implement this for me!
ProseMirror users: hey I wrote this new package that builds on the library, take a look
Linux (!) just joined Apple, Microsoft, and Google in adopting the code of conduct I created, Contributor Covenant.
The EU pushes for making *all* science in Europe open access. Wham, take that, #copyright. This is progress. Fuck yeah.
We're rewriting CodeMirror to be more accessible, more touchscreen-friendly, more modern, and generally more awesome. You can read about it and help out at https://codemirror.net/6/
"Use a good idea again instead of generalizing it" and other gems in Hints for Computer System Design http://research.cs.wisc.edu/areas/os/Qual/papers/design-hints.pdf
This WebAssembly talk was even better than I expected
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