PS. Here it is if you want to use it. Just download it somewhere and add its path to the Icon field in your kitty.desktop file (GNOME/Ubuntu/etc.)
Our car insurance is due to be renewed in April. This is what my Apple News feed looks like right now.
Apple protects your privacy my ass.
git diff (left) vs git-diff (right; alias git-diff="git difftool --no-symlinks --dir-diff") using Kitty terminal’s diff kitten and my custom dark colour scheme for the diff kitten (https://source.small-tech.org/snippets/429)
Discovered kitty (terminal app) yesterday and it’s true: I’m one happy kitty 😺
(Might have procrastinated a tad to set it up just as I want it. Config: https://source.small-tech.org/snippets/428)
PS. Tilix you served me well these past years and made not having iTerm bearable – thank you – but it’s time to say goodbye :)
EU viker ned sig för techbolagen: ”Total kapitulation”
EU-kommissionens nya strategi för AI och data kommer leda oss mot ett ojämlikt, odemokratiskt och totalövervakat samhälle, menar cyberrättsaktivisten Aral Balkan.
✅ Cup of tea
✅ RFC 8555
🔲 A new minimalistic and meticulously-tested library for Node.js for automatically provisioning Let’s Encrypt certificates (in progress)
Spring cleaning the source control server. Each entry is a single repo in the projects group from when were called Ind.ie (actually some are folders with the repos not shown and there’s six more pages worth in total… five years of learning about and iterating on the problem of individual sovereignty in the digital network age).
PS. Today I moved our source control repository to https://source.small-tech.org (the old URL will continue to work but please update your remotes).
You often hear the term “standing on the shoulders of giants” in programming. But you really grok what that means in free software.
Let me illustrate: the first screenshot is the lines of code that I’ve written for Site.js after almost a year of work on it: a little over 10,000.
The second screenshot is the lines of code in Site.js: a little over 412,000.
Standing on the shoulders of giants means being able to create something by creating 2.48% of it.
PS. Lots of <3 to Node, JS, npm folks.