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Cake day: uzt. 27, 2020


Have you made sure all submodules are checked out, i.e. did you run git clone https://github.com/LemmyNet/lemmy.git --recursive with the --recursive flag?

And this is how it sounds like: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4JD-3-UAzM (skip to 1:57 if you don’t care about the rest).

Gladly taking videos with actual jumping back.

There is https://lemmy.ml/c/cooking looks rather inactive though, perhaps post your favorite recipe there?

Something super easy if you have an oven: Just put some soft cheese (for example Camembert) into your oven for about 20 mins at 180°C. Cut it open after about 10 mins the way you can see here: Ofenkäse If you don’t have anything to put it into for baking, just wrap in Aluminium foil.

Then eat it with baguette, chopped vegetables or even grapes.

simmer for three hours…

…simmer for an additional hour

I guess our understanding of easily and quickly differs slightly.

Have you checked out Wikivoyage already: https://en.wikivoyage.org/wiki/North_Macedonia ?

I never travelled before

Just some generic tip regarding traveling: Check what power outlets are used and bring adapters accordingly. Within Europe it’s fairly standardized but better check beforehand.

App for group voice chats over mobile data?
Do you know any good apps (+ server if applicable) for group voice chats over mobile data? I know there is mumble but unfortunately there doesn't seem to be an iOS app. AFAIK mumble offers excellent compression as the audio codec used is opus and probably does not require a lot of bandwidth. Are there alternatives or is there a usable app for iOS that I just have not found yet?

Well, you see… umm, I am a very creative person!

Haha, should have gone with: mpv --vo=tct --really-quiet $(echo aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cueW91dHViZS5jb20vd2F0Y2g/dj1kUXc0dzlXZ1hjUQ== | base64 -d -)

Even xterm is too distracting with mpv --vo=tct --really-quiet "https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ" :P

Shouldn’t the upper right panel be Data breach

That’d be green beans. In Germany they are aptly named “Brechbohnen” which can be interpreted as “vomiting-beans”.

I honestly do not understand terminal file managers, what’s their appeal, how are they better than what my command line already offers to me? I am not trying to dismiss them, I just plain do not understand how they are useful to people.

it’s available on all major platforms with a native client

Yeah, but all native desktop clients are still more or less in alpha and have no feature parity with Element. Can you recommend one, I am currently using nehko and it is okayish but still very much under development?

what’s wrong with the user experience of Element

To mention just a few obvious issues: Element on desktop is very slow and heavy as it is an Electron app, search in encrypted rooms does not work, if I scroll through longer chats the scrollbar becomes incredibly jerky, on mobile notifications sometimes don’t show up. And there are many more things that just need more polish, I am not an UX designer so I am not that good at pointing my finger at all UX issues but I can still feel them.

I sincerely hope that given a little more time things improve and I can finally recommend matrix to my non technical friends.

Because Telegram offers top notch user experience, apart from excellent apps they even offer native desktop clients. I really want matrix to succeed but as of now the user experience is clearly inferior.

To me it was not immediately clear from the title what this tool does: It is meant for migrating issues to SourceHut’s TODOs.

The article concludes with:

A lot more needs to be done to make a maintainer’s life easier, but paying them real wages for their real work would be a great place to start.

Which leaves the obvious question, who is going to do the paying. It certainly is not feasible to expect end users to pay the devs directly, especially considering how most projects are built on top of many libraries. That leaves companies, but this can’t really work either as even though a few projects may find a fitting company as sponsor (i.e. said company uses the project as library), there are certainly tons of projects that can’t be tied to some company for sponsorship. And this is not even mentioning that for the most part there is no incentive for companies to sponsor a library even though it’s heavily used internally.

What does this leave? Well, the state, the taxpayers money. The way I see it open source software in today’s society is necessary infrastructure, just like streets or electricity. Open source software is a public good and so the public should fund it. I’d love to see states spending more money on it but I doubt it’s ever going to happen unless our society changes drastically.

But I guess a good first step is to inform non IT people and increase awareness on just how much our world relies on open source.

Sounds like you should consider dual booting :)

Weylus lets you use your tablet as input device on your computer. The screen is mirrored and things like pressure sensitivity as well as multi touch is supported. Like this you can easily start drawing or handwriting on your computer using your tablet. Weylus only needs to be installed on your computer, NO apps are required! You can just connect your tablet to your computer via browser. ![Weylus](https://raw.githubusercontent.com/H-M-H/Weylus/master/In_action.gif)

I created a small bash script to search and play videos from YouTube with mpv as the web interface is just abysmal. The source code can be found here: https://github.com/H-M-H/yt It uses youtube-dl to do the search and so no API key is required.