I want you to know that I am aware I'm an outsider to queer spaces and culture. I didn't realize I was queer in any way until I was in my early 30s so I didn't grow up learning things.
So if you see me making a mistake, please call me on it. I won't be mad, even if it hurts. I'd rather know then not.
Also if I'm in a space and making you uncomfortable, ask me to leave. I would rather leave then make others uncomfortable in their own space.
Ok, so I usually understand at least ONE side of a given discourse.
However the whole SystemD thing? NOPE. Not even AFTER reading the Ars Technica article.
All I got from that was "How*nix systems start up is kinda old and has issues with stuff like sleep and hybranate modes. Some people made a way that works for this, but it isn't very *nixy so a lot of people hate it"
Do I have that right? cus SystemD was the discourse when I *joined* Mastodon and it still seems to be going‽
Does anyone here have DF modding experience? I'd like a second pair of eyes on this tag setup because I'm not understanding why descriptions which should show aren't showing. I know I've gotten this to work before, but it's on a machine which I can't really get into right now, so... having to start from scratch.
An option for instance admins to customize their instances with custom favicon/iOS icons, so that it is easier to distinguish between multiple instances #MastoDev
@Canageek it lets you give the user a choice when running a batch script!
You input which characters the user can press to make the choice and optionally a short message.
The choice you've made will be returned as choice's error code which can be tested via "if errorlevel" in the batch script.
C:\>choice /c yn /m "Are cats an adorable creature?"
Are cats an adorable creature? [Y,N]?Y
Canadian Geek. Working on a Ph.D. in Chemistry. Plays tabletop RPGs, video games and board games. Aspie & ADHD.
Not a geek in a can.
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