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This is crazy, most people I know recognize lg because of their phones, and they had some pretty cool phones like @QuentinCallaghan@lemmy.ml said.




I think the fact that it has multiple apps is a good selling point for a lot of people, let them pick what they want. There’s also a project called carbon which aimed to create a discord ui for matrix, it’s been abandoned now but it could be forked and expanded. It’s pretty good as it is though, even without encryption.






I don’t anymore, I run arco-linux now because I like messing around with multiple desktop environments. It’s pretty good, but I think for stability Pop! is better, also it feels more solid and complete because it’s a distro maintained by a company with a team dedicated to it. The Pop! shell is also pretty good.


I think Pop!_OS is a great choice, it looks good and is very customizable and gets hardware updates pretty fast.


I’m sad to see this, it’s a really cool project. Still I respect their decision and it’s not entirely dead but instead going into “hobby mode” where it’s just maintained as the author needs, no more release dates for updates or planned features. …



I’m sad to see this, it’s a really cool project. Still I respect their decision and it’s not entirely dead but instead going into “hobby mode” where it’s just maintained as the author needs, no more release dates for updates or planned features. …


It’s engine agnostic, at the moment you can use it with webkit or blink


I’m interested in it too but unfortunately it’s ARM exclusive so I can’t play around with it at the moment.


I honestly don’t understand how you can trust any social media or service in general that’s based in the US.


Yeah I agree, bandcamp is one of the few good places to buy music and it feels kind of shitty to abuse it. Maybe that’s just internalized consumerism speaking though.


nah its okay, the fact that you learned is good. Plus you’re one of the lucky 10,000


what makes you say that? It would benefit them to keep it all to this client because they can implement whatever tracking they want and you wouldn’t have any choice. Most microsoft products don’t have apis for 3rd party apps that I know of. I would love to see it but I don’t think it’s going to happen.


I don’t understand what you mean saying cisgender men is the correct for but cis men doesn’t exist. cis men is just less cumbersome than saying cisgender men, and it works as an adjective about as well as saying trans man. The reason the author made the distinction is that trans men aren’t really a concern.


is using webkit good for avoiding a chromium monopoly? I’ve usually lumped them together in my head.


Pale Moon, Seamonkey are pretty cool because at this point they’re just their own thing. Pale moon especially is really cool but it struggles with lemmy and hexbear.


Using terms like “Cis” or whatever these twitter dumbasses say

Cis isn’t some twitter thing, its an actual scientific term that’s been used for a long time.

Cisgender has its origin in the Latin-derived prefix cis-, meaning “on this side of”, which is the opposite of trans-, meaning “across from” or “on the other side of”. This usage can be seen in the cis–trans distinction in chemistry, the cis and trans sides of the Golgi apparatus in cellular biology, the cis–trans or complementation test in genetics, in Ciscaucasia (from the Russian perspective), in the ancient Roman term Cisalpine Gaul (i.e., “Gaul on this side of the Alps”), Ciskei and Transkei (separated by the Kei River), and more recently, Cisjordan, as distinguished from Transjordan. In the case of gender, cis- describes the alignment of gender identity with assigned sex.[5]

Your whole rant is based off of misinformation.



Do you think it would be feasible for mobile linux distributions to have a distinction from normal distos either in the branch itself or in the location?


Yeah same, I don’t use my phone for too much, I think with a little more progress I could potentially move over to it for the most part. I do hope android compatibility can be improved though, it would be the biggest barrier of entry down the line. Also I definitely agree with you on updates, it’s frustrating that technology keeps improving and getting more efficient and the most of the popular proprietary software doesn’t really evolve and gets less efficient.







You can even use mozilla thunderbird if you feel so inclined lol. There’s a ton of matrix apps even if some of them aren’t the most feature rich. Also a lot of the features aren’t needed even though they are definitely things I’d want, the base chat platform is still pretty good on its own.



Nyxt is a keyboard-oriented, infinitely extensible web browser designed for power users

It’s pretty cool. It can use either blink or WebKit and has it’s own lower level extension system that somewhat reminds me of firefox’s XUL addons. …


Nyxt is a keyboard-oriented, infinitely extensible web browser designed for power users

It’s pretty cool. It can use either blink or WebKit and has it’s own lower level extension system that somewhat reminds me of firefox’s XUL addons. …


Nyxt is a keyboard-oriented, infinitely extensible web browser designed for power users

It’s pretty cool. It can use either blink or WebKit and has it’s own lower level extension system that somewhat reminds me of firefox’s XUL addons. …