Sxmo 1.4.0, the simple & minimalistic UI for the #pinephone, has been released and features many user interface and usability improvements! Available through #postmarketOS sr.ht/~mil/Sxmo/

Sxmo 1.2.0 is released! This is a minimalist and 'suckless' UI for Linux phones such as the pinephone. This release introduces some major changes. Make sure to read the upgrade notes and view the demo video! #sxmo #pinephone

diode.zone/videos/watch/9651fd

@Leonce@twitter.com:

Georgia is having a runoff Jan 5 to decide who our 2 new senators will be. If those senators go blue Mitch McConnell will no longer be Senate Majority Leader. You have until December 7 to register to vote. Retweet to spread awareness even if you don’t live here.

RT @aewsome@twitter.com

Imagine designing this, the most perfect Olympics logo of all time, and then they have to move it to 2021 😰😰😰

🐦🔗: twitter.com/aewsome/status/128

When you type ./configure, the GNU Build System automatically spends the next ten minutes reminiscing about every major and minor unix variant created since 1971

As I've revealed in my last Patreon post, I've been working on adding end-to-end encryption APIs into Mastodon as an upgrade to the direct message system.

Any and all technical details available at the moment are here:

github.com/tootsuite/mastodon/

An implementation guide for app developers is being worked on.

#mastodev

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playing with my on my days off. Starting to make it a little more usable. I made a Georgian keyboard layout. Sadly, the keyboard app, squeekboard, doesn't have Ctrl or Alt keys. I modified my tmux to use F9 instead of Ctrl+B to work around that for now.

Are you in ? SDF may be the place for you!

* Teach or Join a class to learn the UNIX shell, network utilities & programming languages
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* Join our Minecraft Server mc.sdf.org
* Boot and run your own VM instance of Solaris, OpenBSD, Ubuntu, FreeBSD, CentOS, Debian, Plan9 or NetBSD with a dedicated IP

You're looking at a website describing some new tech which solves some problem

They're really excited about this project. A little bit too excited.

An uneasy feeling start to gnaw in the back of your head as you read on.

You scroll down. There it is.

"Blockchain"

*close tab*

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