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Although maybe I'll just keep an eye on it for now:
> As of version 0.16.0, the Guix System Distribution (GuixSD) is not production-ready.
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I wish the C++ standardization people would just pull a SVN and responsibly say, "that's it, folks, we are done here, better technology exists and we will not continue developing this language".
The #GNOME design team wants your feedback for a potential visual refresh of the #GTK default theme: https://blog.gtk.org/2019/01/14/theme-changes-in-gtk-3/ — if you have an application that ships custom CSS, testing is appreciated!
Just published my #rust2019 post: Goals and Directions for Rust in 2019
Entonces, no hay oro en la FED?
Did you catch this weeks "GNOME Weekly #8"? If you enjoy seeing content like this please direct your gratitude to Matthias Vogelgesang for his hard work putting these together!
While we do not know what Assange has been charged with by the U.S. as it remains under seal, we do know that it is related to his work as a publisher, the only publisher with a record of 100% accuracy. His dedication to truth is so profound that he has never once had to issue a correction or retraction.
The best video in the world, now, on Peertube.
"I disagree with making "diversity" a goal. If the developers in a specific free software project do not include demographic D, I don't think that the lack of them as a problem that requires action; there is no need to scramble desperately to recruit some Ds. Rather, the problem is that if we make demographic D feel unwelcome, we lose out on possible contributors. And very likely also others that are not in demographic D."
One of the features of the upcoming new version of wl-clipboard is full multiseat support,
but it's not very straightforward to test because as it turns out, #GTK+ does not support multiseat clipboard properly, not even in GTK 4.
So I took a look at the GdkWaylandClipboard & GdkWaylandSeat implementation and filed this issue outlining a basic plan to get it working properly: https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/gtk/issues/1574
Some API changes are required, so I hope that can do it before GTK4 stable release is out.
They won't give on Donald #Trump and there are several reasons.
First, the last Dems are really progressives such as Alexadria Ocasio Cortez or Bernie Sanders. They're exactly the opposite of #Republicans.
Second. That doesn't meant there are no Dems who want a wall, and they won't give that "victory" to Trump. On the other hand if that "racist" ideology triumphs, it could be the end of the Dems influence.
Librsvg 2.45.3 is out!
This is the first release where all the real work of the library is done in #rustlang. The public API, still in C, is mostly just an empty shell now that immediately calls into Rust. I don't want to chant "WE DID IT" just yet, but I kind of want to, you know?
Special thanks to Paolo Borelli for making this possible.
Next step: actually implementing the GObject boilerplate in Rust.
Reportedly, in Tokyo, local gangs have started using drones to transport drugs across the city.
In response, the police are using net-carrying drones to try to capture these packets mid-air.
The gangs are counter-attacking with their own net-drones to try and drop police drones.
In a statement with the Tokyo police, they say they "Haven't had this much fun in years"
Generalistic and moderated instance.