Firefox is my default these days.
"Bye, Chrome: Why I’m switching to Firefox and you should too"
Having said that, I had to work with GitLab recently, and it was a nightmare. It's just trying too hard to be too many things at once & failing to be a serious contender for any of these purposes.
"If you give us an interesting question to chew on we'll be grateful to you; good questions are a stimulus and a gift."
Timeless, required reading: http://www.catb.org/esr/faqs/smart-questions.html
JULY 7 - Independence from centralized social media
On July 7 open your new mastodon, diaspora or GNU social account.
Tell your friends, spread the voice.
More links and initiatives at:
I wrote a thing about time complexity. I can't decide if I'm prouder of the article or the title doodle. (^ｰ^)
Getting settled in at #DevTO! @TopHat@twitter.com offices are real nice.
I'd like to see "reading time" become a standard element of web pages. For a chronological timeline, it could update to tell you how much new material there is since your last page load.
Imagine how your behavior might change if you loaded an algorithmic timeline and it informed you, "Reading time: infinite."
"So what do you do for fun on a Saturday night?"
"Why I'm automatically deleting my old tweets using AWS Lambda" from @vickylai
An article explaining the point of view of having ephemeral conversations on the Web like in IRL. (You don't need to understand the technical part).
I'm thinking about doing the same thing since some months.
This morning I did some streamlining of my build process for one of my Hugo themes: https://github.com/vickylai/hugo-theme-sam/#readme
You can now use the included npm scripts to compile the Sass and pug files, instead of additionally installing gulp just to do this.
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