@fatboy as much as i hated it at the start... moc (run as mocp) is designed to run in a server client fashion.
$ mocp -S (starts the server)
$ mocp -a /path/to/music (add your music lib)
$ mocp -p (to play)
$ mocp -l http://url/to/onlineradio
close xterm no issues
$ mocp -i (check current song info
$ mocp -G (pause/unpause)
$ mocp -s (stop)
you can close the terminal after any and every of those commands. open a new one and pass some more commands
wish someone wrote this doc ;)
@Hawk1291 How does Matrix have a questionable owner? Why would it matter? Matrix is a protocol and all of it is free software.
Encryption is enabled by default in Element client, not entirely sure about others but anyhow, it's a client problem, not a matrix problem.
In no particular order:
Centralized, quite secure and fairly reliable. Has constant notification issues (which factors against reliability in a way)
Questionable owner entity, Advanced configuration needed to reliably enable encryption.
Super robust and reliable. Has the absolute ugliest clients and nearly unusable on iOS. Some encryption issues.
Centralized. Requires sensitive Personal information to use, Questionable owner entity. Lots of Users
So signal is having technical difficulties due to user influx. Signal didn't want to decentralize because it wanted to be able to continue to provide a reliable exoerience. Yet here they are unable to provide a reliable experience BECAUSE they are centralized.
#TIL I work with very delicate hardware that I break with a little bit of automation. How did I make it worse? By applying half baked knowledge of concurrency.
I have absolutely no reason to install and configure a 2-pane file manager. I had a nice one on my Amiga way back when, and I’ve played with mc and ranger a few times, but ultimately don’t need one at all.
And yet, the damned thing calls to me.
I spend approximately .1% of my time managing files, and this couldn’t possibly make me hyperefficient and superhuman.
But part of me still craves it, if only for nostalgia’s sake.
Poetic Justice: Average user sees new T&Cs for Whatsapp, misreads them (sort of), spreads misinformation about WhatsApp on Facebook. Haha.
Day made! #deletewhatsapp
WhatsApp clarifies privacy practices after surge in Signal and Telegram users - The Verge
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