Just discovered Taskwarrior (https://taskwarrior.org/). I think I'm in love.
For those looking for an #xmpp client on Android then conversations is pretty good.
Very late to the party, but finally discovered the power of XMPP today after talking with folks at LibrePlanet. Set up a server on my domain and just moved all my scripted alerts away from email. Thinking about moving my primary phone number to xmpp-based https://jmp.chat/ for a few bucks a month too.
Recently discovered the Nord color schemes, they work great with Gnome's Arc theme.
Smart card forwarding with Fedora--gonna try this later with my Yubikey.
For those interested in computing history there has been a slow movement towards "liberating" old Byte columns which sat behind a paywall for no good reason.
The latest freed work is the BeView column by Scot Hacker which is now archived in its totality here:
Note that BeOS "lives on" as Haiku (http://haiku-os.org/) and its most amazing feature at the time was the multitasking "smoothness" allowing multiple video streams to play at the same time.
Enjoying the new Command Line Heroes podcast. First two episodes cover the time when I started using open source. Looking forward to see where it goes.
Please rmemeber that Microsoft is sharing tons of patents with trolls who casually sue GNU/Linux when they will write another "we :heart: Linux" tweet.
This should help avoid any future confusion. https://noagendasocial.com/media/Jmrhz0o5ZfbV_Y9I7o4
Inside one of America's last pencil factories https://nyti.ms/2EydewD
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko