@toastal I thought they meant swim fins :-). The people are Finns.
@toastal never been there. We just registered to go to Koh Samet in two weeks. They have a limit on the number of simultaneous visitors, and you have to register in advance, so I expect it will be nice and quiet once we get there.
@clacke the Fedora RPM package does at least.
@clacke I've been using that unknowingly for some time as Fedora symlinks bzr to brz.
I noticed when one time I accidentally used a bzr command in a Git repo and was surprised that it worked.
I wonder if this is the root of the modern word.
A modern Swedish dictionary from 2009 (SO) has both forms, but only the "sexual act" meaning of the noun form, so the "sex partner" meaning is probably newer than that, or was at least rare ten years ago.
@clacke I didn't know that but checked now. In the repo it seems files are checksummed and stored as individual objects, so there's no need for linking.
@clacke yes, Ostree/Flatpak uses hardlinks to link files from the repository to the container/image file system.
With Flatpak and rpm-ostree for example, I don't think a lot of different libraries would be a big issue. In rpm-ostree, you are at anyone time running a single coherent RPM installation, while with Flatpak, your applications are all problably using one of a fairly small number of "platform" packages.
@danuker yes, I have a dedicated account for the debit card as well, separate from my salary account.
Given that this is currently my go-to knot, but it's not commonly described (and I came up with the name myself), maybe I should put instructions somewhere.
In the meanwhile, it's knot 26 here: http://www.tcm.phy.cam.ac.uk/~tmf20/tieknots.shtml
@ocertat I do this, but keep one in a drawer at work and swap every two weeks.
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