RT @omnipotens So a while back I went on a bindge and purchased a bunch of domains. Now they just sit their and do nothing. Does anyone have any thoughts on what to do with them and better yet any volunteers to help do something with them?
linux.report (Lime Survey currently)
Any thoughts on cool things to do with them or any volunteers to do something with them?
@flussence - That's weird. What browser are you using?
@curtismchale - I think at first will be handful but slowly more will adapt. I don't think it will reach to the point of splitting. But plugins' maintainers for some times will have hard times.
I really like the design and mindsets behind #GPD Pocket. But the keyboard layout just looks horrible. Especially in Pocket 2 that they changed layout again and removed trackpoint.
@curtismchale - I have a mixed feelings. As far as I know it might not be compatible with some of the plugins. The good news is Wordpress provides a plugin to switch back to traditional one. I'm interested to try and some of the features seem quite nice. For instance, adding hyper links (YouTube, Twitter) and media files.
@TheOuterLinux - It's a lousy algorithm as far as I know. They said it's intended to be used on low powered Android devices. Security experts question whether having no security is better or having a lousy one.
I would go with no security because then people feel insecure which is a true feeling rather than feeling safe when in reality it's not at all.
I started to dislike Linux Foundation once I saw its head using Mac.
Just released a new version of #SimpleWeatherIndicator.
It's available on PPA.
For more info:
@omnipotens - I agree. Though I recently discovered it, PeerTube seems quite promising.
@codesections - That's interesting, thanks for sharing it. I didn't know that some of JS developers are interested in Rust.
My imagination was that mostly C/C++ users will be attracted to Rust since the syntax to some extends resembles to C or at least the mindset behind it.
And when it comes to functional programming I see some similarity between Rust and Scala, though I might be wrong since I haven't coded in Rust. Just saying by seeing the code and reading the very rudimentary concepts.
Just accidentally clicked on "Trending" button of YouTube. Indeed, the contents there are just horrible.
Rarely, I see good quality new materials on YouTube which mostly are not trending. New productions are junk or clickbait garbage.
Just had a look at #Plume (#Medium alternative). It looks promising and can't wait to be production ready.
It's surprising and interesting that Plume is developed using #Rust. I have zero knowledge about Rust but I always thought it's mainly used for system programming.