@ParadeGrotesque Ubuntu (or Debian... or APT) dependency management works pretty well and makes sense.
In your example `neofetch` *recommends* `chafa`, which *depends* on `libmagicwand` which depends on `imagemagick`.
If you don't want to install all of that, you can run:
$ apt install $package-name --no-install-recommends
or setup apt to do it automatically:
@ParadeGrotesque Not sure about the Snap "universe", but usually Debian (and derivates) consider as "non-free" software those applications/libraries that depend on something non-free. And these applications can be found in the "contrib" branch of the repositories, that represents a mixture of free and non-free (then you have main which is 100% free software, and non-free).
Perhaps is this the case?
so i ended 5th (of 14 participants). Not bad, i think.
for _years_ i've been using a shell script in order to use another key for work that basically does this:
$ GIT_SSH_COMMAND="ssh -i ~/.ssh/work/id_ed25519" git $@
So I thought that today was a good day to improve this situation and wrote this simple tool:
Then read the git-config docs and found out about `includeIf`
fuck shit stack.
people recommending to use Makefile + docker-compose + docker remind me of this song by Reggie Watts
Fontraption (a VGA Text Mode Font Editor)
RE: Data or Data
This question arose while watching The Goonies, when Data corrects Mikey's mother  about his nickname.
So thanks SDFers (and Fedi) for the replies :-)
Also, this movie is a bit more grim than I remembered (I mean, it starts with a guy who "hanged" himself in prision).
<Mother> And you Data...
<Mother> Data.. use the backdoor from now on, ok?
"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