How cool is this: watch my mouse and keyboard follow seamlessly from my desktop to my Raspberry Pi 🤓
It’s a little app called Synergy that I now have running across my Linux box, 2 Pis, Mac, and Windows clunker. (And VSCode is connected via SSH to the Pi in the video too.)
Has made working on and testing Raspberry Pi support for Site.js (https://sitejs.org) so much simpler :)
Meet the new Site.js (https://sitejs.org) build and deployment box… Yep, that’s a Raspberry Pi 3B+ :)
Given that you cannot cross-compile for ARM in Nexe yet, it’s the only device I have that can build for all four (as of later today) supported platforms (Linux x64, Linux ARM, macOS, and Windows 10).
I hope to have Site.js version 12.8.0 out this afternoon with Linux on ARM support for Raspberry Pi, etc.
Blood money is fine with us, says GitLab: Vetting non-evil customers is ‘time consuming, potentially distracting’
Anyone else seeing extra characters (purely cosmetic) being shown during completions in latest VSCode on Pop!_OS/Ubuntu 19.04 with zsh by chance?
Think it started happening one update ago.
Amnesty International: "Young people have the right to learn & talk about sex! But today Poland will vote on a bill which would make teaching or promoting sexuality education to under 18s a crime punishable with for up to 3 yrs in prison. Support people in Poland opposing this. https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/2019/10/poland-law-criminalizing-sexuality-education-recklessly-retrogressive/"
Hi Fediverse 👋
let me sum up the situation around #switchingsocial
Around September 20th, the original (anonymous) author of switching.social shut down its website and all related Social Media accounts, including mastodon 🤔
As there hasn't been any sign of life since then, I restored the website and created this new account. Right now I'm out of spare time to work on it, but that'll change in a few weeks 🙂
@switchingsoftware Hi there, question: who are you?
Your bio says “formerly known as switching.social” but I spoke to the person who was running (and shut down – for personal reasons – switching.social) and they said they don’t know who’s running this and that they’re not involved.
Can you please clarify?
@Kye @aral @gitlab Here is the changed section (easier to read): https://about.gitlab.com/company/strategy/#customer-acceptance
So this is happening, apparently ;)
The lovely Nexe folks fixed the compilation bug under Raspberry Pi recently and I woke up this morning to a successful build of Site.js (https://sitejs.org) on the Pi. Will test today on both the 3 and 4 with an eye towards issuing an official release :)
Very exciting… Site.js is about to become the easiest way to deploy sites on Raspberry Pi and might even make Node.js a first-class citizen in that world… ;)