Dianara 1.4.1 released
Happy holidays, pumpers! 🎄
As announced some time ago, v1.3.7 was the last version to support Qt 4.x. Qt 5 is required since 1.4.0. The bad news is that, at this time, users of distributions such as Debian 9 can't build with the version of QOAuth present in their repositories, based on Qt 4. Current Debian Testing/Sid is fine though. Debian 9 might get the required versions in backports at some point.
EDIT: I've found this great information source to keep track of package versions across GNU distributions: repology.org/metapackage/dianara/versions Neat!
could qt be built from source on systems that don't have the packages
(or any system - the user might want a local install)
anyway these days I prefer to have local installs of applications just as the user rather than root.
less chance of anything breaking the system or anything making changes to libraries used by other unrelated applications or any other still-wanted applications disappearing or breaking
Cool, someone is working on getting Dianara into Fedora's repositories! Big thanks! =)
“could qt be built from source on systems that don't have the packages (or any system - the user might want a local install)?”
I'm not sure I understand the question, but I don't know either way, sorry.
Happy GNU year!! And thank you for this Xmas present!!
I think I remember talking about this feature but since you made to get this awesome one, I'm writting it down: any option to automatically save the drafts? like LibreOffice does: every X minutes your work gets saved. I think it would be very cool to have here :)
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OpenArchive — OpenArchive https://open-archive.net/ This is an amazing tool. I'd really like to figure out how to archive works on the ActivityPub network automatically.
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Last-minute decision to make American Thanksgiving dinner. Turkey will go in the oven this afternoon. Pies, sweet potatoes, stuffing, maybe some mash. Forgot cranberries!
I've had problems with coffee for quite a few years. When I'm drinking it regularly, I increase my intake gradually: an extra cup in the morning. A cup in the afternoon. One after dinner. A full thermos on my desk all day.
As I drink more, I sleep less at night, I feel less, and worst of all, I get snappy and irritable with friends and family.
So I periodically go cold turkey. I'll typically switch to green tea, which has much lower levels of caffeine. I'll generally get a better outlook, sleep better, and feel better.
Except I love coffee. So then I reintroduce coffee slowly as a treat, then every day, then it gradually creeps into chain-drinking, and I'm back where I started.
I've recently hit on a formula that seems to work, wherein I can drink all the coffee I want before noon, and no coffee at all afterwards. I have noticed that my mood stays stable, I sleep well, but I still get to enjoy my cup.
The problem with rules like this is the edge cases. Like, what if I have a cup of coffee in hand as the clock strikes 12? What should I do with it? I've been giving myself the benefit of the doubt and made the deal that coffee that was poured in a cup before noon can be finished.
A couple of days ago, I made myself a French press at 11:35. I filled up my large Thermos cup, and there was still enough in the pot to fill up another porcelain cup. All poured before noon, all fair to drink as long as I wanted.
I didn't finish the Thermos cup until 4:30PM. I was up from midnight to 3:30am that night. Damn.
So, lesson learned. No coffee after noon, period. Anything still in the cup goes down the drain.
- I have this insane problem and it's driving me mad.
I guess I need an adapter to connect my USB keyboard?
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Pump.io community meeting today Friday 2017/11/17 at 20:00 UTC
We're resuming our monthly community meeting!
We'll meet today Friday 2017/11/17 at 20:00 UTC on the #pump.io channel on the Freenode IRC network, which is also mirrored to the firstname.lastname@example.org jabber/XMPP MUC room.
You're all welcome to join us!
Agenda (editable) is here https://github.com/pump-io/pump.io/wiki/Meeting-2017-11-17
The log of the last meeting is available at https://github.com/pump-io/pump.io/wiki/Meeting-2017-11-17 (sorry for the delay!)