As a new year is coming, hopefully we can turn it into one where the free software community and #FOSS is becoming stronger and able to address the many struggles we face.
We must continue to fight our fight for software #freedom and towards a better world in general.
I'll post this article that highlights some of our great challenges, and want to say that I'm hopeful we're able to overcome them eventually.
We created technologies called "peer to peer" and they were great. But technocrats made whatever they could to kill that because once you take out the man in the middle, people can share anything - even without paying, can you imagine!
People instantly used it to share all the files they always wanted to but couldn't, so companies not only didn't want it but they straight up panicked. Piracy! Got to kill it and fast.
So now we have this cloud bullshit and the future is looking even worse.
git log --graph --oneline --simplify-by-decoration
This will show only those commits as a graph that have a decoration on them (e.g. a branch, tag etc.), so you get a really nice condensed view of your repo without all the "intermediate" commits.
Really handy, if you want to see at a glance which branch is ahead of others, for example.
well its been a couple of years but im quitting pesce to eat any kind of meat again. im a big guy with a small appetite so its been hard getting enough protein with a restricted diet.
put a decent dent in my lifetime meat consumption at least. -2-4%? not bad. when im past my prime i may return to vegetarianism. tbf ill probs be priced out of meat consumption in a few years anyway.
if you eat meat remember to be grateful to the sacrificed