Just stumbled across https://github.com/bitseater/gitdev, a native GTK client for GitHub. This is a pretty cool idea, and it works well. I would like to see something like this implemented for GitLab or Gogs/Gitea
http://Minds.com: “an open source and decentralized platform for Internet freedom. Get paid in crypto [currency] for your contributions to the community.” — interesting idea 🤔
Rust: Enterprise Services Need Not Suck by Paul Houghton: https://medium.com/@paulhoughton/rust-enterprise-services-need-not-suck-679b79edcab5 #Rust
Possibility not optimal use of my time but I spent a bunch of it over the weekend exploring and porting some of the beanstalkd C code to #Rust. Mostly just out of curiosity at his point.
"#p2k18 #hackathon Report: Landry Breuil on USB, pledging firefox, and much more" #OpenBSD https://undeadly.org/cgi?action=article&sid=20180502053623
Rust in production at Figma by Evan Wallace: https://blog.figma.com/rust-in-production-at-figma-e10a0ec31929 #Rust
“Juno Progress for April” https://medium.com/elementaryos/juno-progress-for-april-91babaf6ee92?source=ifttt--------------1
Once upon a time, I used to install GNU coreutils just for the shuf command.
Then, I wrote my own.
You can use it too, I guess.
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Builder 3.28.1 has shipped! Available now on Flathub! https://flathub.org/apps/details/org.gnome.Builder
Curated List of Privacy Respecting Services and Software https://github.com/nikitavoloboev/privacy-respecting/blob/master/README.md #Privacy
Building Tiny Rust Binaries for Embedded Linux by James Munns: https://jamesmunns.com/update/2018/04/01/tinyrocket.html #Rust
Started playing OpenTTD on #FreeBSD last night. So much to learn but it is a fun game.
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