So about #TabCenterReborn, I’m currently working on what I like to call «Tab Center Quantum». The idea is to rewrite some parts independently to experiment and see what could be integrated back easily:
– Redo CSS so that it’s easier to maintain and easier for users to change/extend, and also shorter and more performant
– Make animations more fluid (use requestAnimationFrame, better use of IntersectionObserver, etc.)
I’m a 24 years old trans woman in tech.
My main project currently is Tab Center Reborn, a Firefox extension to display tabs on the side:
I have a Liberapay to continue working on Free Software projects without running out of money:
It's very early days, and I have a lot of design work to do, but #Readlebee is on its way to becoming a reality!
If you have questions or want to discuss the project or contribute, check out the Gitter link, which lets you log in with a GitHub, GitLab, or Twitter account:
Extensor cube in motion! Made by @christianp at the Talking Maths in Public conference today.
Decided to put the new GPT-774M neural net to a vigorous test: writing fanfiction.
It actually does really well.
Domenic Denicola @[email protected]:
Shout out to Tab Center Reborn by @melunaka. It is the best vertical tab extension for Firefox; nice and minimal. The maintainer is very active in improving it, fixing bugs, and responding to issues. (It's open-source!)
Interests include data science, free culture, digital rights and (human and machine) languages, in no particular order.
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