20 — he/him — Contributor of the Spanish and Basque localization of Lemmy on https://weblate.yerbamate.ml/projects/lemmy/

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Joined 10M ago
Cake day: Jun 26, 2020


Your work and dedication is appreciated :)

I agree with you. They should have put a message like: “Happy April Fool’s Day” or something like that to avoid worrying users :S

This is very useful and interesting, thank you <3

Ez horregatik, burkide! <3

Okay. In that case, I will translate the join.lemmy.ml website into Basque 👍🏼.

This is great! But I have a question @nutomic@lemmy.ml . In my case, I contribute to the Spanish and Basque translations. Even if there are paid translators contributing, can I still contribute even if I am not a paid translator? I don’t want you to pay me (because I do it for altruism and because I love Lemmy) but if my contributions are not needed, I’ll leave it as it is.

I’m in love with System76 hardware. Look at the overall design. It’s just beautiful. Enjoy!

“Electron-based GUI frontend for todo.txt”

Honestly, I don’t know, but I have noticed that Ungoogled Chromium is lighter, safer and faster than Chrome and Vivaldi. That’s why I use it as a secondary web browser. Still, I only use it for sites that work only with Chromium. Normally I use Firefox Nightly (it’s the one that works best on my PC).

Luckily there are projects like Ungoogled Chromium to avoid this kind of thing :persevering face:

Oh, you’re right! Thanks for letting me know! <3

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