do i really deal with impostor syndrome or am i just faking it
The most useless change logs are those that simply say "We improved our app to be even better". No sh*t, sherlock. 🤦♂️
All truly very valid points! I have been eyeballing Alpine - but dropping and not replacing grsecurity is a downside IMHO.
Arch does have 'Linux-hardened' available as a package - but is not an option due to my unhealthy hatred for the hellish invention that is systemd.
So #Apple is killing their last notebook with "legacy"-ports. Cool, I wonder how many people already had to connect a #USB-C stick or USB-C mouse to their cool new #MacBook. Sure USB-C is nice and all, but I want at least one "legacy" port, so I don't have to carry a dongle all the time, because 90% of the industry didn't just switch.
Twidere is one of the worst Twitter client I have ever seen. So many bugs..
I tried twice but I still didn't manage. I want to download an app from the Google Play Store that is only available in a different country, but I didn't manage to find out how to change the country..
Does anyone have experience with this and knows how? Google's own how-to didn't work (literally a menu option is missing).
Happy to see #OnePlus commiting on providing updates for their phones for 3 years now. And new features for 2 years 😀
And it is affecting current devices like the 3/3T and 5/5T too 😀
An important piece of context I'm not sure everybody has: OpenSSH is the single best piece of computer networking software ever made. It is the Swiss army knife of networking, an internet power user's chef's spatula.
I wanna make sure we're on the same page about this.
It has occurred to me that to become an expert on something, all you really have to do is live with it.
People at work sometimes ask me how I have so many random tips on tiny edge cases of this or that. It's because I use this stuff every day. I don't go home to Windows or Mac. I live and work on Linux, using open source tools. You get really familiar with these things after 365*N days of use.
Am I awake? What year is it?
I must have fallen asleep while tidying up those log files... Sorry about that.
Thoughts on #Nextcloud Show more
I've stopped using Nextcloud. It's a great project with great potential, but that's all it is - potential.
I feel they're trying to do too much too quickly, and the quality of their products are suffering as a result. New features, apps and tools are being added before the existing tools become what I would consider, stable.
I had lots of small issues with NC, which is why I ultimately went back to my #Synology. Like I said, I FEEL like they're doing too much.
Show up to site to test. Fully kitted out.
Don’t have ethernet dongle.
I fucking hate “modern” computers.