Absolutely loving the new optional chaining and nullish coalescing operator in @typescript 3.7 😍

devblogs.microsoft.com/typescr

Pretty interesting read on sleep, brain activity, cerebrospinal fluid, and how it is responsible for helping wash away toxins that could be responsible for diseases like Alzheimer's.

wired.com/story/scientists-now

This has been my life now for about a month with Spotify Discover Weekly. I listened to calm music for A DAY and ever since then my Discover Weekly has been nothing but calm music despite me marking them all as "I don't like this song". 🤦‍♂️

I've listened to loads of Elbow, Woodkid, Tool, HÆLOS, etc. and yet no recommendations based on that...

*make sure - Skipped words about as much as I'm downvoting and skipping this music.

Me: Listens to calm music for a day while coding.

Spotify: Okay we're gonna make your Discover Weekly for two weeks in a row is just calm melodramatic music.

🤦‍♂️

Current job count (delta generation): 1836 tracked

Yep, this is gonna take a fair bit. Index should be updated but if you hit it at a time it's landing a delta into the index, just try again. I recommend reading our latest blog post before updating! - Joshua

All of our desktop offerings are getting updates this week, whether it's our newest 10.5.1 release, , , or ! Read all about the latest happenings at getsol.us/2019/10/03/budgie-an

Our ferryd and Help Center hackfest starts in about 1 hour! Tune in at youtube.com/watch?v=3TUmsbvnKl

With the latest goodies from the GNOME 3.34 stack in the unstable repo, we're going to be deferring sync until next Friday to ensure the updates you're provided are delivered in a manner which reflects our expectations for testing and polish. This will also provide us an opportunity to work out any issues related to Linux 5.3.1!

discuss.getsol.us/d/2714-27-09

I still have some tweaks I want to do, but here's both Budgie and GNOME Shell 3.34 under 🎉

Budgie: Works ✅
GNOME Shell: No regressions in extensions - Dash to Dock, Impatience, and TopIcons Plus all functional ✅

I'd also like to mention that this will NOT delay our GNOME Stack upgrade. I'll be finishing that up this weekend and maybe small bits (branding updates) on Monday. I'll instead be working on Help Center next Saturday!

- Joshua

Hey everyone,

Unfortunately Bryan is quite under the weather and will not be able to make the hackfest. As such, we will be rescheduling it for same time but NEXT Saturday. Apologies for the short notice, I'll see about doing a Twitch stream on Monday to make up for it!

- Joshua

219 package updates into the GNOME Stack upgrade and I've finally found a competent developer that knows how to properly summarize changelogs of what happened between two major stable releases / series. Good job Epiphany developer.

Everybody else has the tendency to just say "Translation updates" or "new app icon" when in reality there could've been massive, fundamental changes that happened in the 3.33 dev releases that should really be noted when someone is updating between two stable series.

Hey all peeps, since Bryan and I are going to be doing the Solus hackfest tomorrow and I want to make sure I power through a bunch of these packages so I have less for tomorrow's stream, I'm opting to not do the gnome stack updates stream today.

Feel free to tune in tomorrow at 2pm UTC at youtube.com/watch?v=3TUmsbvnKl for the hackfest! Bryan will be working on ferryd and I will be finishing up the rest of the GNOME stack updates and maybe tackle upgrades for other parts of the stack!

Happy to announce our upcoming hackfest: ferryd, Reporting for Query Duty, for Saturday Sept. 21st at 10am Eastern, 2pm UTC! In this hackfest, Bryan will be working on report generation in and Josh will be finalizing work on the 3.34 stack upgrade! youtube.com/watch?v=3TUmsbvnKl

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