It's still a rough draft but let me know if you have any feature requests!
Last year, I joined my partner on a work trip to BSDCan. Just for fun. A tutorial partner kind of gave up on me. In July, I bought a used x250, installed OpenBSD, and started using it everyday.
Seven months (to the day) later, I became an OpenBSD dev. I just made my first commit. \o/
Not a bad speedrun! Thanks for the warm welcome and generosity, everyone. :D
There's already a functional #RISCV chip out for only $8. I'm surprised by how rapidly it's advancing. Here's hoping we'll get a desktop/laptop in only a decade. 🙏
Anyone here use #SeaMonkey as their daily driver?
Please *contact me*. All I need is the domain name, which EU Member State it's located in, and the rough topic of the instance. Approximate user count welcome, but not necessary.
Please help. This is important.
I'm nauseated from solving so many captchas today, just because I wanted to pay for a bloody e-book, thanks to Kobo's shithouse website that doesn't even run without third-party cookies and scripts.
It won't let you log in at all if you have an uncommon user agent string (say, Midori) with Google's patented unsolvable captcha technology.
Is anyone here well versed in racket/gui? I need some help.
Speaking of which, anyone know of a way to change #Signal's emoji font?
I'll give it a try later and see how that goes.
@cosullivan How is it? Are you still using it regularly? Would you say it could take the place of a generic mobile IM application (eg WhatsApp)?
"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