Great… Instead of helping out with standardizing protocols, Chromium is just adding support for GNOME-specific APIs.
Synapse 1.35 is out, clearing the way for significant memory improvements! 🔜!
Lots of squashed bugs and internal changes; read all about it on the Matrix blog and upgrade today!
How to safely store data for extended periods of time https://peertube.sunknudsen.com/videos/watch/178f0914-2273-4672-90d3-34418fb43374
I'm seeing a lot of #matrix vs #irc arguments recently, especially since the #freenode debacle. I get why people like IRC but some are painting Matrix as the worst thing that can happen to a community. IRC is old and it show, Matrix approaches stuff from a fresh angle. Both has advantages and drawbacks, but some of the fights I'm seeing are pretty ridiculous. Way to waste precious energy.
Guys and gals, this is really important question and I'm not humoring you about that.
Please, if you prefer any other option, just comment. This is all about the choice from these two. The answer is really crucial for the entire existence of Desktop Environments.
Choose the one.
P.S.: the only way to get better results is to boost the poll
The #freenode disaster should teach everyone a valuable lesson. People make communities, not a network of servers. That's why community management is so darn important, yet a lot of open source projects kind of neglect it as an afterthought. This needs to change.
Do you use `git checkout` still? Stop.
Meet `git switch` and `git restore`.
I've totally switched () to `git switch`. If you want to incorporate it in your everyday routine, consider remembering useful `-c` and `-d` options.
Hi! 👋 i'm Brodi!
I'm interested in:
- IT privacy and security
- open source software
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