🦭❄️ fluffy atlantic walrus boyo | late 20s | he/they
🇭🇺🌍 dweller of Europe
🫖🍵 drinker of tea
🖥️🐧 dabbler in tech and Linux
🐺🎨 furry fellow, attempter of art
🧬🍄 biologist, language nerd, scifi geek
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lowkey thinking of setting up a lemmy instance as subdomain of derg.nz and calling it mlemmy.derg.nz
(yes because of the name, no idk if i'd do open registration even with approvals, moderating it on top of a busy job and already far too much ambitions in my private life feels like something I'd have absolutely no time or energy for, especially for something I probably couldn't use properly anyway because I'm hardly a redditor of any kind..
.. but the name is kinda mru n mlemmy ✨ :drgn_blep: )
LB: tea.xyz was one of the few use cases for blockchains that I found intriguing (tl;dr a packaging ecosystem that would ensure that dependencies of a package get a share of donations made to it, iirc) but apparently it's also not immune to abuse :blobfoxmelt: (also it's made by the same person who started the homebrew packaging system)
neurodivergent people have been compiled with the
do u want to erp?
(enterprise resource planning)
When joining fedi, be sure to pat your local Volpeon for good luck or something :drgn_up_cute:
Toblerone acquired :neofox_nom_toblerone:
my hot take is that the Linux directory structure is kinda bad and confusing :blobfoxthinkgoogly: there's too many redundant places for things to be
Public transit is great because each morning while there's three lanes of traffic jam crawling towards the city next to them in the bus lane we just go nyoom
Linux needs a
blobcatcommand. It's like
catbut for binary blobs.
This is the thread collecting my Linux related posts!