Time for #FollowFriday! 🌮 🍺
⛰️ @codeberg Codeberg: Free open alternative to Github
@ubports UBports: Continuing development of Ubuntu Touch OS for smartphones
📖 @kiwix Kiwix: Browse and search Wikipedia, Stack Exchange etc. entirely offline
🐢 @Koopa Koopa: Following the life of a tortoise
Previous Follow Friday posts:
Reminder that you don't need to use link shorteners like bit.ly etc on Mastodon.
All links on Mastodon count for 23 characters no matter how long or short they actually are.
Q: Isn’t PHP terrible/dead?
A: Just read this:
RT if you ❤️ PHP
System76 (USA) - first 4K OLED Linux laptop "Adder WS" available to order!
These guys are true Linux enthusiasts with unmatched passion and support.
A vibrant 4K OLED glossy display with true-to-life blacks. The 15.6-inch 4K OLED display is capable of 3840x2160 resolutions; perfect for the latest games..
9th generation Intel Core i7-9750H or i9-9980HK CPUs, Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 GPU +up to 64GB RAM and 8TB of storage.
@tom79 I don't know if it's only me , but although I set to open links in external browser, Fedilab still opens the links in the internal browser.
Downloaded From Google Play Store (Latest Version)
How to Write an Awesome GitHub README - A README is a reflection of how a repository is maintained. A good one doesn't necessarily mean an active, bug-free project with... https://dev.to/healeycodes/how-to-write-an-awesome-github-readme-2ldc #Learn #Git #Readme by @email@example.com
@leinelab komischer weise wird nicht das Avatar von Leinelab im Mastodon angezeigt, ich weiss nicht warum, vielleicht weil ich in eine andere Instanz mich befinde. 🤔
The Linux Throwie: A Non-Spacefaring Satellite | Hackaday
Wonderwall: a cool wallpaper application for Linux.
A simple user interface to easily browse, download and install wallpapers on the desktop.
Use the search box to get more refined results based on your search criteria. Try the term "nfs" (Need for Speed) for instance, and the wallpaper results display all the Need for Speed game releases including the movie that was based on it.
Seems proprietary software.
This year, learn what tech comes with privacy included, using Mozilla's buyer's guide for connected gadgets.
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!