@mhoye I thought it didn't look like the cool dangling-off-desk keyboard!
@mhoye what's the keyboard?
@brainwane the limiting factors are (a) time; (b) being widely enough read to find good linkages beyond "here is a story I liked" (which I suppose is an extension of (a)).
@sixohsix thanks for causing me to remember it. The baby enjoyed listening to it!
@brainwane I see you've got to this before I have!
@federicomena have you any idea why Outreachy's definition of hemispheres says the following:
“Students in India are considered to be in the northern hemisphere, regardless of where their university is located.”
There are countries which cross the equator, but India is not one of them!
@brainwane I started writing one, through them, when I felt particularly mortal earlier this year. I got as far as "now you need to meet face-to-face with someone who is not a family member and who is one of the following 27 trustworthy professions to witness your signature", and, that's hard to do during a nationwide lockdown/global pandemic!
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@brainwane is posting some really good stuff on MetaFilter at the moment.
@Edent I was wrong. The available increments of scale factor are hardcoded as 0.25. https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/mutter/blob/647eec5f7f08e60067234899c83d60d5d44cc6bb/src/backends/meta-monitor.c#L34-35
@Edent on phone today but will consult the source tomorrow
@Edent I would expect that there is a gsetting somewhere that allows you to set arbitrary floats for fractional scaling, and that it's just the UI that offers those numbers.
(I wonder if it was obvious?)
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