New release, same stability. Get @opensuse #Leap 15.4! The #OS is out and waiting for you to download and use it. Leap empowers developers, sysadmins and users. https://get.opensuse.org/leap/ https://news.opensuse.org/2022/06/08/leap-offers-new-features-familiar-stability/
Based on Project Bergamot and implemented in WebAssembly
Currently I'm using #KDE with #i3wm (like here: https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/KDE#Use_a_different_window_manager). I like i3wm, but hate manually scripted volume controls, or lack of removable media support, which KDE gives for free.
I was thinking about moving to Wayland. My first thought was to check whether I can use #sway with krunner and other KDE services like kdeconnect. It turns out it is possible to just call krunner as a menu command and it works correctly. I'm still ironing out other details.
While browsing for configs and inspiration I stumbled upon #bismuth (https://github.com/Bismuth-Forge/bismuth/) "KDE Plasma add-on, that tiles your windows automatically and lets you manage them via keyboard, similarly to i3, Sway or dwm.". I tried it and my conclusion is that it's not for me. I use primarily maximized windows in tabbed layout. I also like having separate workspaces on each screen (and also to move those workspaces between screens). Those use-cases are badly or not supported by bismuth.
I'm going back to experimenting with sway.
Bezpłatne badania kleszczy na obecność krętów boreliozy na Wydziale Biologii UW
Usuniętego kleszcza można dostarczyć pocztą.
Left: The partially finished sweater
Right: Me wearing the sweater at a public event for Maryland STEM Festival about #JWST not long before launch!
#EDPS launches pilot phase of two new social media platforms: #EUVoice and #EUVideo.
Based on decentralised, free, Open-Source & privacy-oriented @firstname.lastname@example.org and @email@example.com, they connect EU institutions with users of the #Fediverse
👉Press Release https://europa.eu/!8x4DBn
»This is the main way that RSS feels like a different way of reading on the internet.
The only way of moving through hundreds of items on a social media feed is to scroll through everything. Maybe it feels faster, but I don’t think it really is faster, because it numbs your brain to input. Your thumb keeps scrolling, but your eyes stop taking things in. »
A generalist Mastodon instance with a nice domain name. Running on Glitch Social's fork with a custom theme!