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  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JlGfi2ofzFc

    about 2 days ago from web
  2. . http://rainbowdash.net/attachment/872935

    about 2 days ago from web
    • @ceruleanspark https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VaPbi9m1_rs&feature=youtu.be

      about 2 days ago from web
      • @lnxw48a1 It's actually fairly common, I can only think of Pidgin as the one that doesn't have receipts.
        But, as always with Pidgin, there is a plugin for that %).
        Anyone uses Pidgin for !xmpp, please keep in mind that only plugins make it passable. By default its # support freezed somewhere in 2000s.

        about 3 days ago from loadaverage.org
        • @masklayer It's ownership security, only the laptop owner has the power to disable Secure Boot on modern laptops, Lenovo in this case.
          You thought it's you, didn't you %)?

          about 3 days ago from loadaverage.org
          • I don't even dislike some of these shows but I thought the video might be interesting to some of you. # language at parts but that's about all the questionable content https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GJMHDGT629c

            about 4 days ago from web
            • Momo Knows it http://rainbowdash.net/attachment/872927

              about 5 days ago from web
              • @nerthos because if it is. I'd say having a presitend who says children die because the mothers have cavities, that platypus milk is an amazonian product and is is constantly saying he supports the military dictature is not not my biggest dream

                about 7 days ago from web
              • @fl0wn for some reason sometimes apache crashes. I mean, I can't find the reason. If it runs too long it Fluffle Puffs up. Maybe I should just set an hourly cron to run "apachectl graceful".

                about 8 days ago from shitposter.club
              • @lain Can there be too many Idiocracy references :-)?

                about 5 days ago from loadaverage.org
                • @lnxw37a1 Indeed.

                  about 6 days ago from loadaverage.org
                  • @mushi So what are your feelings on the first round results?

                    about 12 days ago from web
                  • @byharchives Hi. You know, poke around, subscribe to someone, engage in conversations :-).

                    about 8 days ago from loadaverage.org
                    • @lnxw48a1 https://i.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/newsfeed/000/909/053/e92.jpg
                      I am sorry.

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                      • @oct2pus No, it's similiar to eudev – a semi-fork that takes logind from systemd and makes it work on its own.

                        about 10 days ago from loadaverage.org
                        • @oct2pus Is ConsoleKit2 dead? Well, darn it.
                          Then, I guess, the course of action would be to patch GNOME to use elogind instead of systemd-logind.
                          Shouldn't take much effort to slap it all together, the API is the same.

                          about 10 days ago from loadaverage.org
                          • > Did it ever occur to you that maybe God gave us fossil fuels and nuclear bombs as a test to see if we'd destroy ourselves?
                            But no, I guess there aren't any examples of God testing people in the Bible.
                            And to give us fossil fuel it first gave dinosaurs a meteorite as a test to see if they'd destroy themselves %)?

                            about 11 days ago from loadaverage.org
                            • @wolf480pl I have, but I didn't know there's hope there :-).

                              about 11 days ago from loadaverage.org
                              • > gnome has deliberately tied their development into systemd
                                @oct2pus Actually, GNOME still can be built without systemd entirely.
                                I saw articles that GNOME fixed their act, so I checked compilation flags of gnome-session – consolekit is still there.

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                                • @thorthenorseman I mix those up sometimes…

                                  about 11 days ago from loadaverage.org
                                  • @thorthenorseman I had successful arguments over the Internet, it's not pointless.
                                    Albeit most of them were technical…

                                    about 11 days ago from loadaverage.org
                                    • @are0h In some ways I know American culture better than my own. It's still not nearly enough.
                                      Yes, it is hard. Especially without actually seeing anyone.

                                      about 11 days ago from loadaverage.org
                                      • @tdemin Congratulations.
                                        What did you expect to find there anyway?

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                                        • @wolf480pl Friends don't let friends write in C++ without Qt :-P.

                                          about 11 days ago from loadaverage.org
                                          • @alcinnz Well, that's an edge case.
                                            In X11 it is possible to mark a window a certain way, and then the WM that follows the standard will place the window as a desktop.
                                            How would one approach that in Wayland?

                                            about 11 days ago from loadaverage.org
                                            • @v To be fair, it's not basic.

                                              about 11 days ago from loadaverage.org
                                              • @brainblasted Ah, the trick is that the Wayland compositor draws it all on its own, so there's no problem that the protocol cannot do that.
                                                Same can be said about screenshots or colour picking – the compositor has no problem accessing the whole image surface.

                                                about 11 days ago from loadaverage.org
                                              • @thorthenorseman Despite that this is a myth, appealing to science being wrong before the development of the scientific method is still pretty wrong.
                                                It's not exactly the science as we know it today.

                                                about 11 days ago from loadaverage.org
                                                • > Martin Scorsese's Film Foundation claims that "half of all American films made before 1950 and over 90% of films made before 1929 are lost forever." Deutsche Kinemathek estimates that 80–90% of silent films are gone; the film archive's own list contains over 3500 lost films.

                                                  about 13 days ago from shitposter.club
                                                • @brainblasted It's frustrating how limited things are in Wayland right now. A desktop with icons or widgets is practically impossible there on a protocol level as of now for instance.

                                                  about 11 days ago from loadaverage.org