This is something I speak with my partner about with so much. Like I've been tempted to find people that I know nearby to do this with (but that's currently not possible, sadly).
burn-rs/burn: BURN: Burn Unstoppable Rusty Neurons
Has anyone used https://www.tabnine.com/? They seem to have more respect for licensing than GitHub (read: less reason to abuse the commons)?
Replied to the parent issue at https://jacky.wtf/2023/1/bDw4 on GitHub but I made a small Neovim plugin for neoconf (for those who use it) to make it easier to adjust options without having to touch VimL (or Lua). https://git.jacky.wtf/neovim/neoconf-neovim-configuration. If you use neoconf.nvim, lemme know if you use it and if it works as intended.
Saw this the other day and was able to hack together this plugin, https://git.jacky.wtf/neovim/neoconf-neovim-configuration. Let me know if it works as expected. I use it myself now because I wanted to define providers on a per-machine basis.
Another reminder that credit scores are not a measure of your worth or even your buying power. It lends to be a marker if you're worth lending to. Which somehow extends to determining if you're worthy of having a place to live in, a job to work at, a means of (expensive) transportation or even in some environments, if you're a person worth associating with.
Fuck them, and fuck anyone who lends on financial instruments as a means of measuring the worth of a living being.
One of the worst things to happen with e-mail for 'customer service' was the concept of a "no reply" inbox. People are going to ask questions. Route it to your "support" tool (most of them can and do).
it's a bit wild how much the US government needs citizens to be poor in order to continue functioning. To a point where it's even aggressively disrespectful when "news-worthy" politicians make MORE than the people they demand votes from. For example, Biden makes more than people who actually contribute to society, but demands them to overwork and be underpaid. How is this not a feudal state? Because we give a farce of "democracy"? If it was truly something for people, why are student debt loans not cancelled? A platforming point that seems to be more air than action, there's very little reason to look up to people who couldn't be bothered to look down to us.
End of an era. Thanks for the experience, @firstname.lastname@example.org. https://nolanlawson.com/2023/01/09/retiring-pinafore/
I got this book https://bookshop.org/p/books/what-the-dormouse-said-how-the-sixties-counterculture-shaped-the-personal-computer-industry-john-markoff/11692127?ean=9780143036760 off a whim - I'm always curious to learn about computing decades before me because those things (for better or worse, mostly worse) influence how and where we go next. Like, imagine if Microsoft never existed? Or HP? Or even something as core to the US government like Xerox? It doesn't cover that, but it's easier to imagine and speculate about with more historical context.
Do you have a non-Medium URL that I can view/share? Trying to promote more personal sites versus silos.
You have to be kidding me. https://donotlink.me/https://www.fightforthefuture.org/actions/valve-web3-games-have-a-place-on-steam/. Another outlet to pull out from.
Another reminder to read https://www.haymarketbooks.org/books/1481-a-people-s-guide-to-capitalism. If you're someone who doesn't like the concept of people being poor, being underpaid and want a clear explanation with historical notes and references through a pretty inclusive lens, it's a great read. I'm reading it again this year (and I might do it again, probably two more times before starting Capital myself).
Time for me to replace Gitea with Forgejo. Maybe we'll finally get some decent code collaboration logic built in. I'd love to see something that'd enable more of that without vendor lock-in. So we can actually have a open coding community.
How do people find other repositories of similar topics on SourceHut? Do you ... not?
This year, I plan to get deeper into the things that I love. I love games. So I've spent more time getting not only getting my game libraries in order, but I'm looking to collect achievements from older ones and my recent ones into a searchable achievement wall on my site. That'll be my first nudge and example of leaning on making archives of such achievements. It'll be fun.