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Did you know that you can set 2 or more remotes with the same alias and so push to both (or more) of them at the same time when doing a git push?

That way you can push to gitlab, gitea and github in a single command

took me way, waaay to long to realize. :blobcatnotlikethis:

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has anyone wanted a 32 gb html file with 1026108229 (ONE BILLION TWENTY-SIX MILLION ONE HUNDRED EIGHT THOUSAND TWO HUNDRED TWENTY-NINE) lines of `<p>Never Gonna Give You Up</p>`? if that is you.. Here you go. envs.sh/Qt6.zst. it is a highly zstd compressed 2mb file btw. can someone please deploy this on a webserver????????????? (boosts appreciated)

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If you think of free software as a developers' rights issue, it's a solved problem. Developers can use free stacks everywhere, and they are free to fix anything. Nobody is legally restricted from learning to be a developer. There's a pretty good live ecosystem. Mission accomplished.

If you think of free software as a human rights issue, you need to think about how all people can actually use and benefit, and usability and accessibility and localisation all become integral parts of the problem.

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When you're posting hashtags that contain multiple words, it's a good idea to capitalise the first letter of each word. This helps blind people who use screen reader software to know what the hashtag actually says.

For example #DogsOfMastodon is much easier for screen reader users than #dogsofmastodon, even though they're technically the same tag.

This kind of capitalisation is usually known as "CamelCase". CamelCase doesn't just help blind people, it also makes hashtags clearer for sighted people too!

Using CamelCase won't affect your post's visibility (because searches ignore capitalisation) but it will improve the post's accessibility, so you'll get more people reading it.

Thank you to @martyn for raising this topic 👍

#FediTips #Fediverse #MastoTips #Accessibility #A11y

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#accessibility post i found on tumblr:

some of you may've heard about that fancy "bionic reading" typefont thats supposed to be easier for #neurodivergent people to read (if you're unfamiliar, it bolds the first few letters of each word to make it easier to follow)

well guess what, its locked behind a $500 a month API to write in because fuck you!

introducing, Not Bionic Reading! it is literally just the bionic reading typefont but for free. god bless neocities

not-br.neocities.org/

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