@catalina @firstname.lastname@example.org I upgraded to Pleroma 1.0 yesterday. It’s possible that this implemented something that was missing or fixed a bug. Glad it’s working now.
Seeing the calls to switch to Safari or Firefox from Chrome (hey, have I told you about Odysseus?) I want to say once again that we should be developing new browser engines to fight the collapse in browser divirsity! We need the web to simplify!
Who's interested? I've developed a CSS engine to help you: https://git.nzoss.org.nz/alcinnz/stylish-haskell
And I've just gotten around to blogging about it: https://odysseus.adrian.geek.nz/misc/2019/06/24/my-css-engine.html
@DHeadshot there are some interesting ideas in there like occupying as little space as possible. I’ve added it to my list of inspiration
@DHeadshot No but it seems to be a stacking WM (did I miss a detail). I'm definitely looking for something with tiling (like Awesome's layouts)
Following on from my post, "A Tiling Desktop Environment", this weekend I built a new website to document my thinking and research as I consider the comments received, try out suggestions, and look into the state of open source desktop environments. It's called Desktop Institute. You can find it at https://desktop.institute/
@codesections I’ve been planning a new desktop build recently too. I also feel uneasy about water near the machine. From my research machines do run cooler with liquid cooling but the pump noise can still be non-trivial. Additionally the mean time between failure on pumps is about half that of fans. I have no desire to overclock so have decided to build my system with the well liked Noctua brand coolers.
@bcallah I toyed with an idea a while back, sort of on demand package build service where you could submit a job that would run on machines like this in the cloud and deliver you the result.
@wiktor Yep ;-) https://mastodon.social/web/statuses/101401693951934069 I like Awsome’s dynamic layouts model more than the i3/sway model. At this point though maybe it’s worth giving sway another go (or hacking it to do what I want).
@mmstick I was fine with regular GNOME on Arch until I started using Awesome. Now positioning or resizing windows manually, or having them overlap seems backward. I basically want Awesome and a display manager that properly handles displays coming and going at this point.
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