Would any free and open source software developers here be interested in a free "basics of Rust" online training course? Something like a four hour session on a Saturday or Sunday, or two sessions of two hours, one on Saturday and one the next day.
I do paid training on this, and this would be a way for me to help the FOSS development community, and also get practice, and a bit of advertising.
Respond if you'd join. Boosts welcome.
Take a peek at an interesting Fedora-based project!
@mattdm We're building an RPM-OSTree distro designed for regular users and creators. We have a few things that we're doing (I'll put these in this thread)
Libera is a year old. Thanks for supporting us, because it's been a pleasure supporting you.
@loke I don't much like HTML in my e-mail so I guess I'm happy to not have it in my fediverse feed either
This is the classiest #Emacs icon, change my mind. @firstname.lastname@example.org (https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Emacs_Faenza.svg)
Productivity/mental health/technology addiction/whatever idea for Fediverse clients: A way to read the timeline where as you scroll past a toot it marks it as "read" and hides it so that you're discouraged to reflexively keep revisiting the timeline where there's no new content. A bit like how most RSS readers work?
Also: The usual things like setting time limits per day/time limits per session with a break period, hours of the day not to show the timeline at all, etc etc.
If you don't know about #Namewee you need to check him out. A couple of links to demonstrate a little bit of his breadth:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oX3D9HTc7I8 [linking this one rather than the original music video as it helps to get some of the references explained]
Nostalgia, my tiny app for easily setting historic GNOME default wallpapers, has been ported to GTK4 and Libadwaita thanks to @maximiliano.
Get it from Flathub: https://flathub.org/apps/details/im.bernard.Nostalgia
"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