Wikipedia experts: in the Android app, articles have subtitles. The one for “Personal wiki” has been vandalised. I can see from the edit history that the article body had similar vandalism, quickly reverted.
1. I can edit this "article description" in the app. How can I do this on the web?
2. Is there edit history for this subtitle/description?
Niche bot idea: animations in the style of Dasher, but only with English words that can be typed with alternating hands on a Dvorak keyboard.
For the curious, I've attached a screenshot of the distribution of the lengths of such words, with one example at each length.
Upsides of being stuck indoors: I went through some old boxes and found my original transcription of a tricky chord progression! No longer will I have to scroll through my Instagram history to find a photo from 5 years ago https://www.instagram.com/p/37O-Qyl-LV/
I love a good edge case. Here, the assumption is “the lyrics to any given song contain more than one word”.
A quick #nanogenmo attempt by generating paragraphs from all translatable strings in the Endless OS checkouts I have on my laptop, filling in printf %s placeholders in sentences with other, shorter translatable fragments. Verdict: mediocre.
I once worked in “film” and it was weird.
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