@mdallastella I used it for a couple of months, but I switched back because it still lacks a lot of packages (I tried, but I've no time to contribute :-(). Mainly I remember many KDE stuff were missing/broken.

The configuration.nix file is simply amazing: it was like having a Dockerfile/Vagrantfile for my personal laptop. Amazing!

@trunk Please add me to Devops, FLOSS, Free Software, Infosec, KDE, Linux, Privacy.

@zacchiro well, it was just an empty page at the time of my toot...

⚠️ Heads-up: the #EU is considering ways to regulate software that runs on radio-enabled devices due concerns about interferences.
Some of their solutions could significantly harm #postmarketOS, but also related project such as #UBports, #LineageOS and #Replicant (among others).

The initiative is now seeking feedback, don't hesitate to send them yours! It seems that Non-eu citizens can contribute as well. There's not much time left, so act quickly!

blog.mehl.mx/2019/protect-free

I patched base16-builder-ruby[1] because that's first project which comes into my mind that makes heavily use of YAML.load to parse 3rd-party yaml files, but I'm pretty sure there are a lot of them out there 😕

[1] github.com/obahareth/base16-bu

Purism announces a new product, Pureboot, available in 2nd quarter for Laptops + Librem key users providing a unique security service and experience. puri.sm/posts/pureboot-the-hig #ChooseFreedom

I moved from two page to one page and I must admit that it does its job way better. Less detailed, but every bit "matter" instead.

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