Something I love about opensource: getting to write my own saftey disclaimers in the documentation for sensitive code. I'd never feel comfortable writing this at work

I love how the American legal system leaves it up to a lawsuit to determine the value of my personal data, and that value is apparently $11.83

So doing it through Greenfield (the html5 Wayland compositor) turned out to be a no-go. I'm not a big fan of VNC methods, I've never gotten them to be acceptably responsive, but I did remember that Weston (the reference compositor) has an RDP backend

Minimal fuckery later and I now have pgtk running natively on my tablet, with actually quite decent responsiveness

Now time to figure out how to configure Weston for scaling, how to load my fonts in there, and see what fuckery comes up when loading my emacs configuration in

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