If you’re using Helix Editor with multiple versions of Node… 

…e.g., via nvm.fish for Fish shell (which you can install using fisher), is that you have to reinstall the language servers (LSP) for each version of node you switch to or Helix won’t be able to find them.

i.e.,

npm install -g typescript typescript-language-server

Ah, because you can also have .css modules. But, again, why not just go by the extension and enforce the assertion. I really don’t get what explicitly repeating that information does.

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Ah, ’cos they’re still under the experimental flag. FML.

Also not sure why the default wasn’t just to assume the assertion without explicit syntax.

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@bntn You should be able to migrate. Not sure what the status of that is. Used to be you could just point people to your new site but I believe they were working on being able to keep your followers, etc.

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Took some victorian style spirit photographs with long exposures last weekend with @voidxwitch and our friend Kita. I highly recommend it it's a lot of fun. I might end up sharing a little how to on my patreon :)
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I’d love to know why mandatory import assertions for JSON imports were backported from Node 17 to 16.4 when they’re a breaking change.

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@hamishtpb Not sure, never used it. It’s based on it and there are several threads on the GitHub discussions about it.

If you’re using Helix Editor, you might like the handful of keymap customisations I’ve implemented for myself:

github.com/helix-editor/helix/

@jens Indeed.

My point is that (when talking about independent developers, not companies with $$$), it should be up to the dev with the Mac to maintain the Mac version if they want it on a Mac :)

@otfrom Oh, yeah, that’s the main channel I’d be vary of. Also: you can use social pressure for anyone doing anything else if they’re taking the piss.

@claudius @puresick Ah, and I just had a look. See some familiar faces in there. And a couple whose business model relies on people farming. Interesting, no? :)

@claudius @puresick More than that: DNT was successfully used for about a decade by these very same companies (with the complicity of Mozilla) to stave of regulation in the name of “self regulation.”

Today I learned you can press Ctrl+Alt+tab in GNOME 42 to select between activating the top bar and windows (for keyboard navigation).

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A new HRW report finds that an overwhelming majority of online learning products endorsed by 49 of the world's most populous countries during the Covid-19 school closure were risked or actively infringed on children's rights.

#StudentsNotProducts

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@otfrom Not on app stores unless you own the copyright and can give them a separate license. The restrictions of app stores violate the (A)GPL.

See fsf.org/blogs/licensing/more-a

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