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Q: What do you call someone who intentionally names files with spaces, quotes, and dashes to break buggy programs?

A: A psychopath.

:frog_glasses: Vs :gnu: Vs :linux:
(cuteness competetion)

I would never copy someone else's status word for word, certainly not just to see if they noticed

people asking me what i am doing like they really will understand what i was doing

people send messages with star trek references and what not after i enter the chat because of my pfp
honestly i dont even know what the picture is, found it by searching "wojak" on ddg :)

people treat other people with less knowledge (me many times) as if they made a severe mistake which is absolutely idiotic and will easily scare away new gnu/linux users

recommend me window managers (preferably tilling)

display manager != display protcol
display server != display manager

how does someone manage to wake you up from a dream *just* when you are about to either die or do something fun (eating some delicious food in my case, mostly)

change in plans, not getting the pi
being a student absolutely sucks specially from the financial side

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One of the reasons I don't watch IPL or cricket in general.

Business Model of IPL | The Money Making Machine
youtube.com/watch?v=4DhK260KYz [hindi]

daksh :archlinux: boosted

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.

Regards,
another open source developer

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invidious.kavin.rocks/watch?v=
i have watched this scene thousands of times and its probably my favorite scene from all the movies i have watched

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trying open bsd in a vm
i may write a blog post on this

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