23% remaining toward our stretch goal. 28 hours left in the campaign. Can we get 1% per hour for the next day and beat our goal? 🤞 https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/appcenter-for-everyone
Less than three days with 35% remaining towards the #AppCenterForEveryone stretch goal. Let’s do this! Remember, you can ask any questions here and we’ll answer them—and put any common ones in the FAQ. Help us improve privacy & security for AppCenter! https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/appcenter-for-everyone#/updates/14
New blog post is up! This one is about how I use #Sass functions to generate SVG data URIs for background images. Check it out at https://micahilbery.com/2020/03/04/svg-data-uris.html
"Why not add an option for that?"
We did it! 100% funded! We’re finalizing our booking arrangements and getting a schedule for the week hammered out. Missed supporting us and snagging some sweet exclusive swag? Fret not! You can still head over and back us past 100%! #AppCenterForEveryone https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/appcenter-for-everyone/
The problem with it going from white to black at 0 opacity is that it gets grey-ish in the middle instead of white fading off to nothing.
I finally figured out why my button colors on my site looked muddy in Webkit. Turns out it doesn't really render transparent very well. it was shifting my gradients to black at 0 opacity. So `linear-gradient(rgba(255,255,255, .3), transparent)` was basically being read as `linear-gradient(rgba(255,255,255, .3), rgba(0,0,0, 0)`
The workaround was to set all my gradients to look like `linear-gradient(rgba(255,255,255, .3), rgba(255,255,255, 0)`
Went to Meavas Cafe in Alton, IL and got a bag of their house blend coffee. It was great as espresso now I'm trying it as a pour over. That's a pretty flat bed of spent coffee and a great tasting cup out of it 🤤☕
The coffee is bright and earthly, maybe slight nutty, and a little citrus. Light but with a little more body to it as I brewed with a metal filter but still has some clarity.
Remember when technology people made Standards instead of Platforms
Email. IRC. SMS. HTML and shit. The fucking internet itself
Those things would never ever be made today. Instead they'd be shitty proprietary apps that probably only work on shitty proprietary hardware and can't be used by anyone without permission from the company that patented them
That's still kinda happening today? With stuff like dat and SSB and ActivityPub. But all of that is super super niche and technical and not at all accessible to the average user (with the exception of AP as of pretty recently). And it just sucks man, web 2.0 is bullshit
A PR replacing our Gtk.Entry fields in favour of Gtk.SpinButton fields to improve accessibility is currently under review.
What do you guys think?
I just published my second blog post about my 2020 goals! Go give it a read at https://micahilbery.com/2020/01/22/my-2020-goals.html
If you love Inter or hate it, you can follow along with our discussion about it here: https://github.com/elementary/default-settings/issues/152
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!