[BOOST OK] When you use #mastodon, do you use single-column mode or multi-column mode?
that paper where they scraped Mastodon and found cauliflowers
Progress! I have formatted the open letter, and it looks pretty much ready to send around. Here it is in PDF:
And here is a copy in basic HTML:
Ballots for @opensuse election open on January 16th. If you voted here's your badge!
More information on the election process and the current phase:
https://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Board_election#Phase_2 #openSUSE #election #poll
The @opensuse marketing team needs a few graphics (example image posted) for http://news.opensuse.org. Find out more about how you can contribute on the artwork mailing list: https://lists.opensuse.org/opensuse-artwork/2020-01/msg00000.html
Short FOSS Horror Story
What would be a better start to this new year than a meeting?
Anyway, join us at the @opensuse marketing team tomorrow and get things going for 2020!
Just watched Chris Adams talk at #36c3 about "Reducing Carbon in the Digital Realm" and found the attached slide very interesting.
Try to keep this in mind next time you think about replacing your device with a new one - or to keep using your current device for a little bit longer.
Before I wander back to bed for a nap, I wanted to quickly repost this for the folks who weren't around when I posted it last:
Still building an open source platform for hosting web comics. I want it to be safe and usable by as many folks as possible, out of the box. But I want to ensure I consider all the options users would actually appreciate in a community platform like this will be.
Feel free to drop thoughts in replies to https://retro.social/@danhunsaker/103365830447845857
I've collected all your responses and here's my new preliminary .gitignore_global:
# File Managers
# Backup files
# Temporary files
# Generated files
Choose! Your! Weapon!
Only applies to indent at the beginning of a line, not alignment within a line or after the indent level. (Like if you use tabs to get to the start of a line and then spaces to align method arguments, that's still tabs.)
And if you feel like it, comments about your style would be much appreciated.
Great pic by Clément Chastagnol: A simple diagram in a flashcard format for future reference of keyboard shorcuts in the command line.
(If you are lucky you can get one as sticker on the #36C3. He is there.)
openSUSE member and Xfce maintainer
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