@danrabbit That's why when someone's bugging you, just refer them to the proper place 🙂
Some folks bug because they don't know better, and some just because they're dickheads 🤷♂️
@lychee It can be quite disturbing at times :-D
But , to be honest, I'll clean half of those in no time. The rest can be saved to Wallabag to be read later #MasterOfShiftingThingsAround
Cleaned up my "Saved messages" in Telegram, now I have 100 open tabs again #MasterOfShiftingThingsAround
@firstname.lastname@example.org I used to use mpd for quite some time. For controlling playback ncmpcpp.But since recently I'm back on Fedora again and decided to go full in with Gnome as well. So yeah, here we are. I used to use Banshee and Rhythmbox on Fedora 15 and on Ubuntu 11.04 or something like that. 🙂 But yeah, I recall it being more feature complete 🙂
@kev @email@example.com Read the article before and think it's an interesting approach. But I like WP for what it is. With good caching and few tweaks here and there server side it can be quite performant and still fully dynamic 🙂
@EdwardTorvalds Application updates don't trigger maintenance mode, just the core update.
Also, I as an admin don't like having unnecessary prompts. Moreover as I can do it with occ without asking me for pw/stupid questions 🙂
At last, at home, I don't have that threat. Anywhere else, I regularly lock the computer.
That's why special grants could be given to the "Admin" or "Sysadmin" group of users, which would not be prompted for credentials.
I guess I could just continue using occ.
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