More #PinebookPro units are available NOW in pre-orders!
Dear musicians, both new and old,
Don't make me buy an vinyl album to listen to your music. I like vinyl and even have a turntable. But vinyl is a real pain to store. I could have about 10 albums at most. They do sound great and I appreciate listening to them. You have to face the fact that it's just not practical for the vast majority of people.
So if you have a store on your official site, please allow for, at least, high-quality electronic downloads. I'm happy to buy them. I do not want to store tens or hundreds of vinyl albums.
Oh, and why am I at your official site? Because I'd rather buy from you than from the online music retailers.
Also, please don't make it so that google-analytics.com is required for your site to work.
We're under 10 days away from the start of the #pinebookpro preorders! What are you planning to do with yours?
Changes to the #FreeBSD xorg ports infrastructure. Please have a look, test, and comment.
This turn things from USE_XORG and XORG_CAT to USES=xorg and USES=xorg-cat .
Unfortunately, it is not related to cats (cat is short for category).
#Okular is not bad but I would like to find something more lightweight. Also, I have to click more to get to the highlight tool whenever I need it.
OTOH, in #qpdfview I am stuck with rectangular selection (I'd like text selection instead).
How to build a #FreeBSD CI/CD environment based on pot container
Long story short, this utility allows you to use your editor in a pipeline (e.g., fetch -o - https://man.freebsd.org/beinstall.sh | vipe.sh | nc termbin.com 9999).
Let me know if there is something you would improve.
@xanderio, let's add a .desktop file for #hikari so that it could be started from a display manager (e.g., https://svnweb.freebsd.org/ports/head/x11-wm/dwm/files/dwm.desktop.in?revision=502192&view=markup)
Slides for my #BSDCan 2019 talk "Building an accessible #OpenBSD laptop" are up: https://www.openbsd.org/papers/bsdcan2019-accessible-openbsd-laptop.pdf
Another day of work with my #FreeBSD workstation. We have been trusty companions for a couple of years now. Thanks to the work of people like @zeising who are working on the graphics stack things have improved so much. So a big shout-out, to everyone who is making FreeBSD such a fun experience on the desktop 😺
Smash shells and OSes against each other and scrape the outcome off the wall once you're done or keep on flipping PowerPC bits for 4 nights straight on #FreeBSD
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