An important bug in causing high CPU usage has been fixed with version 1.3.5!

gitlab.com/coderkun/mcg/tags/v

Both packages “nitrokey-app” and “libnitrokey” are now in [extra], so I removed them from .

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OpenJDK11 packages finally landed in [extra] as “jdk-openjdk” and “jre-openjdk”. So following the Arch Linux convention to have a package without version for the latest one.

There has been a lot of drum related content at this year. I am excited to create my own drumkit with . Though I am not sure if the quality will be good enough to share it …

Would anyone be interested in the drumkit?

I thought about removing the “jdk” package from but since OpenJDK 11 is still not in the official repos I updated it to version 11 instead.

sounds like an interesting idea. But why has the landing page of solid.inrupt.com 36 HTML warnings/errors?

Instead of relying on the web browser to provide any functionality I created a simply page with some links and icons—using CSS and —to be used as start page for any web browser.

gitlab.com/coderkun/dashboard

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Reclaiming RSS

“Before Twitter, before algorithmic timelines filtered our reality for us, before surveillance capitalism, there was RSS: Really Simple Syndication … As we move away from the centralised web to the peer web, it’s time to rediscover, re-embrace, and reclaim RSS.”

ar.al/2018/06/29/reclaiming-rs

#ethicaltechnology

Who says that for-loops only work with numbers? This one here works in for a org.w3c.dom.Element:

for(Node node=element.getFirstChild(); node!=null; node=node.getNextSibling())

You can also include additinal conditions like

node.getNodeType()==Node.ELEMENT_NODE

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RT twitter.com/fr3ino
Because of #GDPR, USA Today decided to run a separate version of their website for EU users, which has all the tracking scripts and ads removed. The site seemed very fast, so I did a performance audit. How fast the internet could be without all the junk!
5.2MB → 500KB

’s new on-canvas editing and preview is awesome!

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GIMP 2.10!

Officially put out today, and it's the largest ever release.

GIMP 2.10 is the result of six years of work that originally focused on porting the program to a new image processing engine, GEGL.

The new version ships with far more new features, including new and improved tools, better file formats support, usability improvements, revamped color management support, a plethora of improvements for digital painters.

--> gimp.org/release-notes/gimp-2.
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Packages for the stable versions of , and () are available in [community] now. Therefore I removed the corresponding git versions from [coderkun-aur-audio].

Finally has been released in version 1.3:
github.com/coderkun/mcg/releas

There have also been some great changes for 2.0—which will likely be the next version.

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