French developer trying to learn something new every day
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I'm already in a healthy, stable relationship with maim. How dare you tempt me.
Thanks for the update!! I'm going to by a Pi sometime this month to start testing my projects. :) Thank you so much.
Miniflux looks awesome. How do you host it? I keep running into great self-hostable software, but then get stuck wondering if it'd be cheaper to run it from a Raspberry Pi or just paying for a VPS.
What is your RSS Reader of choice? Currently using Inoreader, but wondering about alternatives.
To buy new PC Parts, or to wait for prices to dip? I'm in need of a new SSD.
LinkedIn initially rejected two bug reports from me. The first was fixed. For the second one they just deleted a post I couldn't access when logged in. Now I want to build an alternative. Every account can have a resume, post jobs, share stuff with mentions and private messages.
In Berlin, summer came suddenly back. Weather is strange this year.
I saw bees crawling inside flowers for the first time today. I took a shortcut somewhere and was suddenly struck my a orange-y smell, took a look around to try and find the reason for the smile and BOOM. There by the river was a bush of blackberries with a vein of this purplish bell-ish flower bouncing up and down. It turns out that the bouncing was because of HONEY BEES !
Almost completed my sign up for tilde.town
and then accidentally went back one page, deleting all my answers.
Perhaps this is what I need to do on Mastodon. I guess my issue is just that -- I don't know who the good people are to follow! It's easy enough on Twitter, because everyone has a Twitter, so the people I find interesting are certainly on there (but I don't like the Twitter experience in general, so I avoid it). Hoping nitter.net eventually has features for logging in and creating a personal feed. :)
anyone use mastodon or pleroma or a fediverse equivalent? the more i use Subreply, the more I realize I like Subreply better. probably because the community is so tiny and the posts aren't as low effort as the ones twitter/mastodon seems to encourage.
How to force dark mode in Firefox and Chrome directly (because there's no switch in Linux without Desktop Environment): codevoid.de/1/post...
Yes! I've also used Slim with my PHP projects. Great framework. The author is also the creator of phptherightway.com
what's your favorite tiny framework? i recently used polka (node.js) for a project and enjoyed it. also i gave bottle.py a whirl a couple weeks ago and found it pleasant. loved that it included its own templating engine.
Nothing. And nothing by design. That's my Saturday. What about you? Do you ever plan for a no plans day?