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i3wm users, you can now have window icons in your titlebars and use include directives in the configuration: github.com/i3/i3/blob/next/REL

Continuous integration: git add -A && git commit --amend --no-edit && git push -f-aided debugging.

GitHub is highly automated. Instead of spending five minutes doing the usual release routine you will spend two hours debugging why GitHub Actions won't pick up your release event it was completely fine the previous release.

So GORM won't have (*DB).Close(), because devs are apparently considered too stupid for that.

I love when things just work. This drop-in to get you a Spotify Connect-capable device in a minute is the perfect example.

github.com/dtcooper/raspotify

Turns out GNOME Software now marks all apps installed as system packages as unsafe. Great piece of a software package amirite

gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/gnome-s

TIL: no valid тимур@из.рф email for you, according to WHATWG standards.

html.spec.whatwg.org/#valid-e-

> I'd just like to interject for a moment. What you're referring to as USB Type-C, or as people have recently taken to calling it, USB-C, is in fact, USB 2 or USB 3. USB-C is not a system unto itself, but rather a connector of the multi-functional data interface made useful by USB 2, USB 3, USB Power Delivery, Audio Accessory, Debug Accessory, HDMI, DisplayPort, MHL, Thunderbolt, and vital physical layer components comprising a full system as defined by USB-IF.

> Many computer users run a version of the USB every day. Through a peculiar turn of events, the version of USB which is widely used today is often called "USB-C", and many of its users are not aware that it is basically USB 2 or USB 3, developed by the USB-IF. There really is a USB-C, and these people are using it, but it is just a connector to the system they use.

:doge: #usb #electronics

Strip a Kconfig configuration file in a single command:

grep --invert-match -E '(#.*)|(^$)' .config > clearconfig

I used to use windows because just worked now I use linux because it just works except it doesn't just work, but windows never just worked either so really we just all live in a neverending hell
The absolute irony of people putting non-commercial/anti-capitalist license on GitHub.

@quad so not only does he know what VLANs are, he also knows how to google things? Pretty impressive

When in no mood for bothering with SELinux and user NS isolation:

podman --security-opt label=disable --userns=keep-id

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