Start with the introduction and work your way down. Most of the defaults are perfectly fine but DNS and TLS certificates might take a bit of reading. If you have any trouble, feel free to PM me; I run ejabberd myself 😉
Getting Started With Emacs Lisp Hands On - A Practical Beginners Tutorial
GPL enforcement isn't usually fun and games... enter @RealSexyCyborg
Best visual explanation of git ever! 🐱
CC-BY-SA 4.0 Tomomi Imura
Thanks @Som89 for finding the source, now I can give proper credit 👍
"This overview of the decentralized social ecosystem is structured by protocols, applications, and topics. The
protocols and applications sections contain summaries of existing projects."
Topics covered include:
I've published my threads about how GCC optimizations work for the past week: https://adrian.geek.nz/gnu_docs/c-compilation#independant-virtual-register-usage (or something like that)
More such writing at: https://adrian.geek.nz/docs
In personal news: I had a bit of a COVID scare this weekend, but turns out my sister had some other cold. COVID hasn't made it to my town yet, but we're still being very careful.
Oh, and if you’re still proud to work at Facebook, fuck you.
I see people talking about #SQLite and their CoC and then whatever the GNU thing is, but I don't see anyone talking about the Samba one at https://wiki.samba.org/index.php/How_to_do_Samba:_Nicely so, how do people with strong opinions on these sorts of things feel about that (boosts appreciated) ?
Organic Maps is an open source privacy respecting Android & iOS offline maps app based on OpenStreetMap data
Organic Maps is free from trackers and other bad stuff:
* No ads
* No tracking
* No data collection
* No phoning home
* No annoying registration
* No mandatory tutorials
* No noisy email spam
* No push notifications
* No crapware
A instance dedicated - but not limited - to people with an interest in the GNU+Linux ecosystem and/or general tech. Sysadmins to enthusiasts, creators to movielovers - Welcome!