I'm looking for an answer. I saw a program icon on a guy's windows program bar during a webinar, and was wondering what program it is. It was a webinar, so I couldn't ask, and can't seem to get google to understand I want to search for the program name by describing the icon.
Anyway, the icon was 3 dots or small circles that would make a triangle, but the connectors between them are clightly arced istead of straight.
Anyone know what this might be?
Pixelfed Labs, a community org and incubator dedicated to:
- build experimental features
- establish working groups to improve the core project (ie: Abuse Prevention, Accessibility, Privacy, Youth Safety, Dark Pattern Prevention)
- make contributing easier
Launching in March! #pixelfed
@pixelfed I can't wait to share a huge update about Pixelfed Labs in the next few days!
@linux Never ending debate: Linux or Windows 🤔 Well in my case I not only use Linux Mint on desktops, but also choose CentOS and Ubuntu for servers. Ever since Microsoft introduced fancy bootloader in Vista I refuse to fix other's computers and either reinstall them to Linux Mint or advise to visit someone else 😄 So far so good. Typically under Linux problems are much more technical but solvable whereas in Windows things either just work or are next to impossible to address 🤓
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Toot! Toot! Now I am all settled into my new Mastodon account I thought I share that I use Whalebird 🐳 🐦, an elegant Mastodon client for the #Linux desktop that supports multiple accounts and various views of your timeline. Get Whalebird from the snap store - https://snapcraft.io/whalebird or install it from the terminal with:
snap install whalebird
When I signed up for #mastodon this time, the mobile app first told me to “choose an instance”. This wouldn’t have been so bad if it gave me choices, but I had to go out of the app, search on google, copy the instance name, back to the app, then continue sign up.
Fine, for me, but the average person isn’t going to go through that, and most wouldn’t even understand it. It seems like a hindrance to joining to me.
Is there any work in progress to make it easier?
I just wanna say that I'm a tad disappointed that putting an emoji in your hostname doesn't seem to work in @elementary/Ubuntu.
I tried to name my Thinkpad "🤔pad" but in the shell it just shows up as "pad".
On second thought maybe man should not play God. 🐘
Wanted to see how easy it would be to get linux running on my 2011 iMac with 16 G RAM and a 500 G SSD. Booted with 0 issues.
Wifi - Check
Bluetooth - Check
Mouse - Check
Keyboard - Check
Soung - Check
Video - Check
The only thing that didn't exactly work was the screen dimming. The hotkeys made the screen dimmer graphic show that it was doing something, but the screen never actually dimmed down.
Otherwise - amazing.
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