HSBC CEO, Fink Tell Saudis Future is Bright Post-Khashoggi Furor
Undeterred by Khashoggi murder, global executives return to Saudi Arabia
Fuck these assholes. Guillotines are too good for these bastards.
I will be keynoting at UX Australia 2019:
Tickets go on sale on May 1st.
I don’t find myself in the Antipodes too often so looking forward to the chance to hopefully catch up with some of you then :)
Pop!_Planet has now released a Pop Classic icon pack that you can easily install to get consistent icons back under Pop!_OS 19.04.
Just updated my post to highlight that:
@aral This and the poor touchpad support were the main reasons I switched to Mac after 8 or 9 years as a staunch GNU/Linux person. I’m so much happier with my OS and my computer than I have ever been before.
@aral This is actually a thing.
It is visual consistency that helped me make the jump from macOS to Linux many years ago.
I’m not a techie plus a very visual user, and if it weren’t for @elementary OS' much-derided styleguide, I would probably still sit in my gilded iCage wondering what might be on the other side.
I had tried other distros, but being unable to see the beauty of code or licenses, you’re left with the GUI and UX – and coming from macOS, most felt like an assault on the senses.
@aral Since the Pop icons are a fork of Papirus, I would recommend installing Papirus and using these. Papirus is in the Ubuntu repos so an easy "sudo apt install papirus-icon-theme" is all you need.
Your fix has the disadvantage that the Cosmic Pop icons won't receive updates anymore, while Papirus has regular updates.
After years of insisting that DRM in HTML wouldn't block open source implementations, Google says it won't support open source implementations
Indie Web Server 8.2.0: Cascading archives for an evergreen web
I just released version 8.2.0 of Indie Web Server. This version brings with it a cascading archives feature to make it easier than ever for you to support an evergreen web and not break existing links as you evolve your sites.
Fixing the icon regression in Pop!_OS 19.04