For whatever reason looked at the web assembly source format and learned it's S-expression based. Is there something like a Lisp/Scheme layer on top of this?
Actually, searching for it a few experimental things show up, but is there something people actually use? Is it just a dumb idea not to just compile to binary WASM directly?
(My first thought was basically "did someone do for this what @technomancy did for Lua?")
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
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I'm sick of self-supporting Nextcloud, but don't want to go to GDrive/Dropbox/Onedrive or any of those.
Does anyone have a recommendation for a service that's a bit more ethical? A fully maintained #Nextcloud service could work for me if it's reputable and not super expensive, but I could go with a completely proprietary service too if the convenience/ethics tradeoff is not too bad.
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