Keeping the system drive on my windows machine almost full so that windows can't force-install updates
Everytime I'm seeing people prazing "sending patches other emails" I'm always fascinated on how they totally ignore 90% of the features bought by the "pull-request"-websites and how they have been a total revolution in the contribution UX and project organization and how much easier it is today to contribute to software and that is has bring several magnitudes more people to FOSS
Sure, it needs to be decentralized now but having live before/after and emails/without the progress is indisputable.
@sophia i made a small wifi broadcaster thing that sent the rickroll lyrics with a number at the start, so this would happen
Which tech companies are really doing the most harm? Here are the 30 most dangerous, ranked by the people who know.
Hey Fediverse! Do you use git (or Mercurial or Darcs)? Etherpad? Homebrew? Inkscape? quemu? Wine? Maybe even coreboot?
These are just a few of the projects for which the Conservancy project provides administrative support. The projects rely on Conservancy, and you rely on the projects.
Support the org that supports the tools you can’t do without. They are trying to raise money, and have donation matching for the next ~15k to be raised for two more days: https://sfconservancy.org/supporter/
I've finally tester "delta" as a diff pager for mercurial/git and I'm instantly happy about this decision, I really recommend it
https://github.com/dandavison/delta (super easy to install, just drop the binary in your path and that's done)
Left: less -R, right: delta
While doing my research on copyleft licenses I discovered the EUPL - European Union Public License.
It is compatible with a bunch of other copyleft licenses and is translated into the 23 EU languages (and checked to be applicable in all EU member states).
It does not have a clause about using EUPL'd software over the network, so I ultimately decided against it, but it seems pretty neat!