also, don't miss the amazing video on there:

i'd post it here but this margin is too small to contain it

2020 is the year of Linux on the Desktop because only GNU/Linux users run desktop machines anymore

I need to study more Haskell. It is fascinating how the haskell community is encouraging a model for designing software.

This is the target:

Unfortunately I cannot understand that so I will start on Real World Haskell.

Just because your programming language does not have a feature it does not mean it doesn't exist. For example, in Ruby we tend to forget about interfaces because they are not explicit.

Best lines of code I've seen in a while:

Sway forces you to pass a --my-next-gpu-wont-be-nvidia switch to start if you are on NVidia.

I love the smell of stacktraces in the morning...

I'm thinking on building a tiny text based dashboard for a spare raspberry and monitor I have at home.

Composition is super important in text based interfaces. There is a new trend of creating text based interfaces that makes impossible to pipe the output of a command into another and I find it super weird because you lose a lot of power.

I can only imagine the people writing in arch linux wiki acquiring their knowledge from arcane grimoires earned using their obscure arts to slay monsters from cities afar.

I am extremely grateful to them. 😁

Arch linux wiki is one of the greatest sources of documentation I've ever seen. I am installing my new desktop and it is proving invaluable.

Finding a photo sync system that is not propietary and works transparently is so hard I am always tempted to start my own with just plain files, exif, sync by ssh...

"Roads" by Max Böck

Brilliant satire on modern web development.

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