It is the time to share happiness and donate to those projects which matter the most and have had a bigger impact on our lives.

For me, SDF brings back the Old Internet Feeling of community with strangers who share your interests.

I encourage to everybody on this instance to donate what you can to SDF for their tireless effort in providing us with services so we can connect with others and hack on very cool platforms.

sdf.org/?tutorials/donations

Gotta tell you a secret. Some time ago I quit caffeine. I started drinking decaf. After a couple weeks of adjustment, I no longer needed my morning coffee to function.

Some months ago, I had chocolate milk for breakfast a few times, as a joke, because it reminded me of my kid days.

Well, it has stuck. Here I am, an adult, drinking chocolate milk for breakfast. Know what? It makes me very happy. Try it sometimes. Not being hung on caffeine is also a plus.

Here is a kitty pic to stop your doomscrolling. Now close the news and social networks, and go do something else

It’s the time of the year to help reach its funding goals

I challenge everybody in my timeline who uses it to donate any amount that is comfortable for you!

Maybe you can now spare a few euros that you’re not spending eating out or buying stuff

openbsdfoundation.org/donation

This is silly but it makes me happy and I want to share it.

🌿 I’ve always loved olives. I recently discovered a few olive trees in my hiking route. One day I decided to pick up some of them and try to cure them at home.

In case you don’t know, raw olives are bitter and inedible. I followed some YouTube tutorials but wasn’t expecting much — I didn’t even know if it was the right season to pick them up!

One month later, my olives are cured and they taste great! Excellent experience! 😋

Judging by the header count, talk.* doesn't look promising... guessing we will find our friends

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