#emacs eshell is my main shell now. I use it with John Wiegleys em-smart.el which emulates Plan 9's 9term and added #bash completion, because seriously I can't work without that. You can find my eshell config here: https://github.com/steckerhalter/steckemacs.el/blob/7220d4bfc4f01b289ba548d6aa1fd1cd74ec986f/steckemacs.el#L844
WSL == Windows subsystem for Linux. I was very confused by this naming. Shouldn't it be "Linux subsystem for windows"? Then I realised, WSL was named so from a programmer perspective and LSW would be a user perspective.
Why are fonts looking ugly in Emacs under gnome flashback + xmonad? did I forget to please any daemons?
all computers should boot to a message which says “CAUTION: this is a computer. Are you sure you want to continue? (y/N)”
If you are doing automatic connections to peers on a local network, you probably want to be using TLS these days.
Using TLS generally requires a CN to validate. But you can use self-signed certs and TOFU (Trust on First Use) in some cases
Doing that requires generating keys. And generating keys requires using something like openssl. And learning openssl is a pain in the ass.
So I made a helper to asynchronously generate a GTlsCertificate for use in your glib/gtk apps.
@vu3rdd hell yeah! When something works flawlessly we do not rush to a bug tracker to fill an issue (and say thank you).
In the end we have a biased view that everything sucks and everything is broken, because we do not pay attention when it works.
Thank you for paying attention
@seanl :-) I find algebraic data types and a bag of libraries (like vectors, containers) quite pleasant to work with. I haven't yet learned to appreciate the lens. Also ease of refactoring with the aid of the compiler can help hack something together quickly and refactor later.
Give it a spin next time!
Hey Mastodons, I hear you like open source and federation, so I'd like to tell you about https://gettogether.community/ an open source, federated(*) event planning service similar to Meetup
It's free to use, and while it's still very early development it is live! Try it yourself, share it with your friends, start a team ahd have a Get Together! #gettogether