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I just uploaded version 1.5.5 of my app EasyOpenLink to Google Play. The build will be available once the F-Droid build system feels like building it. The new version removes support for opening links in private mode in due to github.com/mozilla-mobile/feni 😕

I just remembered that Joel Spolsky had written an article about how it is a bad idea to rewrite code from scratch and then I looked it up and the negative example he used was : joelonsoftware.com/2000/04/06/ 🤣

New versions break sh*t loads of things, bugtracker is unusable. Mozilla releases update which breaks not only the UI/UX but also the way incognito tabs are opened via 3rd party applications. This suvks. Glad that I don't do professionally anymore.

I am currently reading "The Cruise of the Snark" by Jack London. In one chapter he talks about Ernest Darling who seems to have been quite a character and a kind of proto-hippie ahead of his time.

If you, your project or your team depends on an open source project, don’t hesitate to mail its creators and tell them that you do!

You have no idea how useful such endorsements are when maintainers want to justify their time commitments!

Joining "The Cult of Portable". Didn't expect the to have a decent punch, but with the right headphones it sounds pretty good.

can be such a pain! The dev documentation says I can set an icon for an activity or an intent-filter, but the share menu will show the app icon in Android 10+ and I have no clue if this is a bug or desired behaviour. 😡

developer.android.com/guide/to

I just entered the 21st century by installing via . I have to admit that I used to print tickets or store them as PDFs on my mobile device because I did not trust closed source apps for this usecase. has become a really useful source for great trustworthy software.

SID Chip Club by Markus Klein ()

Received the digital version today, cartridge will follow soon.

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