Linux / systemd
Is it just me or does the bitchfest surrounding systemd just seem to be mostly bullshit. Yes, while there is some arguments regarding POSIX / SUS compatibility and the UNIX philosophy, why does that matter is the tools are better, easier to use, etc.
And there's no reason in the future things like binary logs and configs can't be converted into text again or an alternative driver created to do this.
It honestly seems like people are complaining about improving usability.
So today I forced an AI to write Arby's commercials until it begged for mercy.
us pol / what is this emotion?
I know it really might not mean much, but you know that feeling you got as a child on Christmas Eve? I know it may not make much of a difference in the long term, but at least for one fleeting moment, for once I feel a positive anxiety.
It's almost mystical. It's a feeling I haven't felt in a long time and I want to cry tears of joy.
Also, please make your #documentation more accessible.
In fact, if you have an application that needs documentation of features in it's Help or on the website, hmu. I love pandoc + markdown and a little bit of magic.
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