Dear open source users,
If the author of your favorite open source app has announced they stopped developing and supporting the app (because they're frustrated and possibly burned out), please don't suggest they do more free work so that you can continue using the app.
Instead, consider thanking them for their past work and let them know that you enjoyed their app.
another open source developer
The reason I ask is that it sounds really silly to me, but still, reading it somewhere makes me think there are people out there who really care about it. I mean, as long as you get a *decent* shell to play with, it doesn't matter to me if I get a cereal box with bash/zsh or a mac (I'd install Linux either way 👾)
question for any big-dog-owner: how much (lbs/Kgs) dog food your dog consume by month? (boost appreciated) #askfediverse
@levhita jaja, te iba a dar la bienvenida a Mastodon, pero ya vi que tienes más tiempo aquí que yo, lol.
anyway, saludos Saludables o/
not that I'm into writing HTML e-mails (but some of my correspondence is received in HTML)
huh, an update on F35 of webkit2gtk3 (from webkit2gtk3-2.34.0-1 to webkit2gtk3-2.36.0-2) made my HTML e-mails in evolution to lose the white background (dark-adwaita user here, so it's dark background with black text). Sounds familiar to anyone? Downgrading the package is the workaround #GNOME #evolution #webkit #fedora35
Breathing FLOSS. Distribution engineer @ Intel. Opinions on my own.
Growing some chili pepper plants 🌿.
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