Marxist Latin-american. Write code to pay the bills. Advocates for free software.

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Cake day: Aug 09, 2020


Excalidraw is a really great tool, we use daily at work

I’ve said before , this is the same card played by countries. It’s called imperialism.


And for Desktop Environments, KDE as always

I don’t think there’s an alternative today.

The best option I can see, is to invest in things like sourcehut, which is FOSS, you can use the hosted version or host yourself.

There’s a tracker and a git repository, and is built upon the idea of email, which is distributed and a open protocol by design.

I can’t “unsee” how Github/Gitlab are just shitty software after using sourcehut for almost a year now

Whenever I stumble upon a nice project, I instantly clone it into ~/sources and run a script to archive into a spare HD