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Impressive operating system patch machinery for Via cybre.space/@zigg/995991233651 I learn about syspatch(8). Each downloaded patch in its own directory with a rollback.tgz and a file explaining the change as well as the source-code diff attached to it for those who care.

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I discovered this website about self hosting. It seems nice to have a dedicated website to help spread knowledge about available softwares and to give tips how to self-host.

selfhostedweb.org/

#SelfHosting #OpenSource

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Some hackurday work on the gpd pocket. Battery is telling me a more reasonable number I don't believe

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Awesome read about Meltdown protection, crazy kernel stuff and the collaboration between , and blog.cooperi.net/a-long-two-mo

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Someone suggested I make a Patreon page, but that doesn't really fit well with me or what I do. I can't make promises to anyone.. But if you'd like to support my pizza addiction^W^Whealthy diet, or help cover my ongoing living costs, I'd appreciate it! 🍕😍brynet.biz.tm/wallofpizza.html

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nordless, a mostly colorless theme for inspired by nofrils and nord

github.com/lethom/nordless-the

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"The Emacs you routinely use throughout the day is actually a previous instance of Emacs that’s been resurrected from the dead. Your undead Emacs was probably
created months, if not years, earlier, back when it was originally compiled."

nullprogram.com/blog/2018/02/2

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Very happy to announce the release of Fork Awesome 1.0. A fork of the iconic font and CSS toolkit known as Font Awesome.

forkawesome.github.io/Fork-Awe

With the release of this fork, you'll now find icons for open source projects such as , , , , etc.

We've hopefully also made the process of contributing a lot more easier.

Thx to @KnowPresent & @n8 for the support. mastodon.social/media/Dcdq4C82

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Please, pretty please, don't get seduced by the dark side: stop make #Electron application!

My was installing NetBSD on an old Cyrix 5x86 machine around 2000/2001. Shortly after I set up a FreeBSD machine to share the dial up Internet in my parents house between my computer and my Dad’s one. I also used the Linux emulation to run an AudioGalaxy client on it.

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#FreeBSD finally released their much improved Code of Conduct.

freebsd.org/internal/code-of-c

I'm very happy to see this. Assholes are actively seeking out orgs and events without solid CoCs.

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“AMP: the missing controversy – Ferdy Christant”
ferdychristant.com/amp-the-mis

Those are some good points.

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I need to commission some icons for an open source package manager. If this is the kind of thing you might be interested in (pretty much any style welcome), please ping me.

It pays money. €€€€

“comm is a peer-to-peer instant messaging protocol designed to be resilient to censorship. comm-gtk is a GUI client built on the comm library.” in github.com/zacstewart/comm-gtk

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RT @braddybb@twitter.com: we are all going to die

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TFW when the compiler just refuses your code because lifetimes.

Then you have lunch.

Then you slowly realize that the compiler was right and your code was, in fact, unsound.

And you have no idea how the compiler could have known that BECAUSE IT DOESN'T KNOW THE WHOLE CODE FLOW because there's C in the middle... and yet it knows.

Would love it if the BSD projects adopted a process like the Go project has. They now accept PRs on GitHub but still use their preferred workflow for review.

I feel it would drastically reduce the barrier to entry for contributors.

github.com/golang/go/issues/18