Welp, #aerc keeps getting connection closed after a few actions with IMAP of Outlook.com/Outlook.Office365
welp i need this https://github.com/gromgull/bibsonomy-poster
Yesterday night's TT thread: Not long ago i learned what a panic attack really is. On myself. […] Somehow i never would have thought that was it. https://log1.mikf.pl/ttthr20200213panicattack/
I started to consume RSS/Atom feeds of friends' weblogs daily recently (like a month or so). I use SpaRSS DecSync fork. I hope to find more of my friends posting content on regular weblogs. I gotta check all my mutuals', on here and on birdsite, website bio fields. Will do once i get some free time.
@ItsMorgan ah yeah they didn't use the correct pronounciations of the games until like 6 for the english dub. british colonialists created the first romanized alphabet for chinese languages in the early 20th century and for some reason a lot of english speakers still use that instead of the one the chinese government made that's far closer to pronunciation
New York City Parks "Are Using a Designer’s ‘Tree Font’ to Plant Secret Messages with Real Trees"
@firescotch For CAD whenever I abbreviate assembly I usually shorten it to ASM. However most companies for whatever reason shorten it to ASSY and then act like they really don't know why it's funny.
Ok, a little bit of history about the propose to switch #functionalcafe to Pleroma. A couple of users asked me to "tweak" Mastodon to add some functionality, but I have no time nor the competence to keep a fork of it. Most of this tweaks are already included in Pleroma, so one of the suggestion was to switch to it. That's why I'm asking how many people are interested in the switch.
#AbiWord shouldn't be allowed to open .odt files. I fixed a typo, saved the file and now everything is broken, spacing, margins, fonts. Now I have to make all the styles again. I didn't realize I opened file in AbiWord, just wanted to fix a typo quickly in LibreOffice Writer. No idea why AbiWord is now my default .odt opener.
@kuba_orlik I recently stumbled upon an article - I don’t know - probably on hackernews.
something that was about how the web got more and more user unfriendly and it got some really interesting points with all the trackers on Facebook and Twitter and stuff like that.
You can’t even look into any content without signing up...
Web got really hostile so I completely agree with everything that article states 😕
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