@bacardi55 thank you for the feedback!
I've tried it some time ago but not liked it so much. Will take another look :)
Looking for great projects to use or to contribute to during the lockdown?
The 5th issue of my letter #OpenSourceWeekly is out!
A lot of streets are unusually empty. With this campaign we can document that for everyone to remember. Upload your photos of empty streets in your area: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Campaign:Empty_Streets
Hi @sir , if you were asking yourself about what can be your next blog post, I would love to read from you an article about 'low-tech'.
Something about how simple software can be far more powerful than complex & bloated sh*t. Something about simplicity, productivity and resilience.
Something at a macro level, not just how git was designed for an email first workflow.
Sikkim: the first 100% organic state in the world 🌞🌱🚀
For many, tech specs are the most important benchmark in measuring up smartphones – the camera, chipset, memory, OS… but with our global e-waste problem reaching a tipping point, perhaps the real question should be: Are we focussing on the right specs? 👉 https://frphn.co/ZrDRY
You are certainly asking yourself what to do with this sudden amount of free time now we are all in quarantine and no longer have to commute every day.
The answer is evident:
🎮 VIDEO GAMES!!
GameDev (@godotengine), Emulators (Raspberry pi & Dolphin) and much more!
@sir Ack thanks!
Also, I'm really eager to see Sourcehut Hub live, the ability to have multiple repos/lists/... per project looks really promising 🚀
@martijnbraam Thank you! Sway with postmarketOS?
Do you consider it usable for a daily basis? (it's hard to tell only on video)
The reckless, infinite scope of web browsers
The 3rd issue of my letter https://OpenSourceWeekly.org (the best projects and articles on open source, curated by hand) is out 📖
Cloud, Security, UI/UX, Intellectual Property (@purism) and much more!
Read it online 👉 https://opensourceweekly.org/issues/3
Nouveau Parcours : Linux, apprenez à maîtrisez le système avec Numericatous :
GitHub’s new notifications: a case of regressive design
"En 2017, 40 journalistes d’investigation issus d’une trentaine de médias internationaux se sont réunis pour le projet « Green Blood », visant à reprendre le travail de plusieurs journalistes assassinés ou emprisonnés parce qu’ils enquêtaient sur des scandales environnementaux. "
🇬🇧 I just created a personal Mastodon account to stop mixing my posts with Bloom's ones.
You can follow me @sylvain to never miss one of my posts 😀 (and those of https://OpenSourceWeekly.org & https://FatalEntropy.com).
🇫🇷 Je viens juste de créer un compte Mastodon personnel pour arrêter des mélanger mes posts avec ceux de Bloom.
Vous pouvez me suivre @sylvain pour ne rater aucuns de mes posts 😀 (et ceux de https://OpenSourceWeekly.org).