It's kind of weird to look back and see that I've been working on something for five straight years now -- I don't think I've ever spent that much time on a single project.
But I'm really happy that Write.as has reached this milestone. Exciting times to come in the years ahead!
Une carte #OSM dans le style des cartes de #Cassini, ça vous tente ?
Even with such a small instance, there's a remarkable amount of attempts trying to change
the demo username and/or password.
The trigger is a nice solution to this, it let's me use the writefreely 'as is' and it
is a silent ignore on any attempt.
It seems there's a lot of interest in continuing work on Guile Emacs, since it keeps coming up on Reddit and Hacker News and everyone is lamenting the fact that there are too few Scheme hackers and they don't seem to be interested in the project. (Someone even offered to fund it.)
Right now I'm seriously considering starting a revival project. Is anyone here interested in such a venture?
If you want well-formatted, public domain e-books, https://standardebooks.org is the place to go.
...using google translate app with camera to understand the untranslated options in ereader device
#fediverse in 2019
In 2019 the number of fediversed registered accounts increased from 2.500.000 users to roughly 4.300.000 – about 🎉 1.800.000 newcome
Five networks growing most rapidly in online server numbers in 2019 were:
I get a book gifted, yay! but paper...
...so ebook, need to rebuy it, fine..
eh, dont want / cant read DRM-ed stuff on my ereader... now what?
...ah, watermarked epub, noice....gimme
can only pay by paypal, oh well, for this time then....
entering every detail to get payment through.....
you are in NL, we can't sell books there...
I'm really enjoying https://maps.openrouteservice.org with the topplus map rendering.
Very effective for route planning.
Contemplating an #onyx note 2 device. Any useful insights?
- read and annotate PDF (scientific, programming, reference)
- "normal" book reading
- longer text writing (with external BT/USB keyboard)
- sketching of technical prototypes
New release: v0.11.2 https://github.com/writeas/writefreely/releases/tag/v0.11.2
I really want to like magit forge in #emacs; it's so nicely integrated, but it is way to slow to be practical for me.
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