What's your favorite text editor?
Actually it's nano with all custom settings enabled: autoindent, historylog, linenumbers, softwrap, tabstospaces.
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Emacs, but I can use ed and vi when they're better suited to a given task.
Sometimes I use atom, I hate it because it's slow to open. Too lazy to change it as I rarely use text editors. Small tweaks are made with native tools as they are fast and effective. (right-click>edit results in TextEdit on MacOS and Notepad on Windows) Documents in full feature software. Software dev in IDE with debugging tools. Vim or nano when I'm on linux as most gui software on linux is god awful.
Sublime Text 4.
Neovim. Can be lightweight or can be a full IDE with the language-server protocol and tree-sitter, or anything in between. Scriptable in Lua (with LuaJIT) because VimScript sucks. A keybind lets me edit any textarea in a floating nvim window, including this one.
I am starting to think that any new microblog should have federation support at this point. There's too many social networks; things are too fragmented. It's definitely nice having a small community of likeminded folks, but the paradox is that every community in its early stage wants *more* users until the point where old users reminisce of the good old days when the site had "personality", and then leave to another smaller community.
They said the same thing about app distribution. We have both systems: package managers and app stores.
I disagree. Federation is one of the reasons Mastodon/Pleroma are unpleasant; it contributes to context collapse and makes it harder to compartmentalize across forums. If I'm on server X, I don't want to hear from anybody on servers Y and Z (or see their untagged loli porn or alt-reich memes). If I wanted to interact with people on servers Y and Z, I'd create accounts there.
The new iMac uses a 143W power adapter. Apple couldn't reduce M1 power to 100W to charge it using USB-C PD.
It's basically just a Mac Mini but with a screen, keyboard and mouse/trackpad and a monitor. Should be under 100W easy. There's certainly another reason for it. Maybe just to get rid of an enormous stock of power bricks (so much for environment)... I do like the ethernet port on the power brick though, hope they put that on the next MacBook Pro.
Bitcoin is the one you know will win. Dogecoin is the one you want to win.
I regret not investing in Bitcoin when it came out... Too late now. It is what it is...
Infinite pagination was implemented, posting restrictions were reduced, emoji are supported in posts and profile bios, social links can be added from options page, accounts can be deleted, logging in with a magic link is possible, access keys for sidebar links were added, light theme is lighter and dark theme is darker.
First self-haircut went terrible bad.
they get better! you have to start somewhere. can always lop it all off and go for the mr clean look
I used to do it in college. Wouldn't dare do it today.
I just did mine today! It's pretty terrible as well, so I can sympathize :D
How would you build an home server these days ? For self hosting purposes (Nextcloud, Photoprism, Plex and various apps like that) with maybe with around 8Gb to be futureproff
A Raspberry Pi 4 may be a good option. You can keep Raspbian or choose another Linux OS (Arch ARM). Web Server : nginx, Database : Postgresql for Nextcloud,....
Something inconsequential bothers me: A novelist writing a series of books featuring an American, spells "curb" as "kerb". "Curb" is the U.S. spelling, "kerb" is the British spelling. That spelling seems unnatural to me, I like the way other British words are spelled, but for some reason, not this one. I wonder why the author uses that spelling. I've only noticed it in his recent novels, so I wonder if he's used the American spelling in the past, and if so, why he changed.
Something even more inconsequential and maybe a bit related to that bothers me: why so many Americans pronounce the word nuclear, "nucular"? It's very stupid and drives me crazy... How in the world the syllabes nu-cle-ar get transformed into nu-cu-lar? You don't pronounce the word clear, "cular", do you? It makes zero sense and I even heard that pronunciation from some scientists, which is pretty... Baffling. Whatever...
Sorry but what is the reasoning behind forbidding me to write the same thing twice? I just learned, that I replied with "nice!" 25 weeks ago already. So now I have to make a list of compliments to use?
You can't post the same thing twice?
I'll improve this. Your last post shouldn't be the same, the replies in a thread shouldn't be the same, etc. They are meant to prevent spam.
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I didn't understand what the difference was with Reddit.
Has anyone tried the Fedora 34 with Gnome 40 yet ?
Btrfs compression is really good, tried it with another distro. I don't know how good Gnome 40 is.
Should I upgrade from Sony XZ1 Compact to Google Pixel 4a? I do it more for a bigger screen in a compact form factor.
Interestingly, I set a filter on gsmarena for phones under 150x70x10mm starting year 2019... And... It only returned 17 smartphones! We really live in a world of oversized "terminals"! The 4a is listed but also the more powerful Galaxy S10e which could be a nice choice (if you find a good renewed one)... m.gsmarena.com/res...