I've been using Emacs for almost four years now but I like to go read into articles as I always learn cool new stuff. In this case, use-package.
The manifold and petty ways in which mobile linux on Pinephone appears to be broken is not compelling. Someone needs to hack this product back to basics. An attempt to overlay and implement the features of commodity smartphones upon the bloat of GNU/Linux is neither approachable nor maintainable. The hardware is nice, and it's begging for paradigm-shift minimalist OS, not 1.6GB of GNU/Linux desktop packages stuffed into a pantomime Android costume.
Google kills everything it touches, you fucking bastards.
Mr MacDonald was a PowerPC programmer
In the 90s part of Germany's air traffic control software ran on Emacs
This place is cooler than birdsite.
I haven't lost hope in the dream of computing
"Thou shalt not make a computer in the likeness of a man's mind" -- Orange Catholic Bible
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