Anybody willing to help building real MIT packages from the source of VScode and publishing it? something like VScode-libre?
To guys who have been using VScode from Microsoft for it's "MIT" license: Downloadable installation package from it's main site is actually under Microsoft Proprietary EULA and not MIT. So you might want to avoid it and consider switching to Atom or Emacs! You could also try compiling from source because it's really MIT in github.
Q: why should we use C in 2017?
A: Because it's fast! Super fast!
@BryanLunduke while RiseUp might be slightly anti-capitalist, I don't believe that they're pro-violence, etc. Just because Antifa uses RU doesn't mean that RiseUp = Antifa Email.
I find you kinda slathered on the FUD a little too thick in that video. Mozilla wants activists to have a secure place to communicate, RiseUp offers that. Regardless of political leaning or cultural persuasion, RiseUp is open to all activists, no matter how mislead they might be.
Purism’s Linux phone, Librem 5, crowdfunder has surpassed $1,3 million !
We are likely going to make it; a true alternative for the oppression of Apple, Google, Microsoft etc. After Edward Snowden's revelations this is more than a welcome enter into a different and larger world.
Ps. There is also a Finnish company Jolla / SailfishOS (Linux).
How do they know the Market share for Linux when there is no acceptable source to gather the information?
I mean Microsoft knows how many people are using their OS, So does apple, But what about GNU/Linux distrobutions?
Don't use asp.net ! Just don't.
I'm so tired if it's "application error" that you see in every freaking asp website!
Any one Knows A #Firefox extension For Proxy managment like Proxy SwitchyOmega? I need something that comes with the proxy Condition Option so that I can choose what sites I want to access with proxy. I wanna Use TOR on it... I checked FoxyProxy Standard but it's quick add option couldn't add site's recourses outsite a domain. for example it doesn't know that it needs to load twitters images from twimg.com.
@SqueakyPancakes You're right, but why not install them? 4 or 10 or whatever, I don't think they make the system any slower. (at least on a system that can run vanilla gnome) and you will have the choice of installing only the things you need.
But the thing is Gnome is kind of a not-like-others desktop. Is the problem it's weird differences with other DEs?