A quick look at the #PantherX Desktop: Here we've got the Menu with global search that can dig into PDF's and other documents, Hub with all online accounts and recent messages and of course System - at the top, right - with clear connection information; supporting all modern standards, including special cases such as OpenVPN with stunnel.
Have you already tried the new Spotify? It's called Radio. There's millions of stations, catering to every possible taste. Most have few or no ad-breaks. Here's what I'm tuned-to right now: https://tunein.com/radio/WUSB-901-s23424/
Enjoy the future 😄
I promised to share it, so here we go: #Nheko (v0.10.2) on Android. I use it daily, but it's not 100% yet. We plan to eventually merge all this with upstream. Might take some time. Enjoy!
Slaves in the middle ages used to work ~150 days a year, and were provided with room and board.
Modern employees work ~230 days a year (50% more), and often can't afford room and board without going into debt.
I keep rambling about #rustlang for quite a while now and like to share where this excitement comes from. So I'm giving an intro to "Rust for curious developers":
First, quite an extensive 80-minute session with the folks from Frontend Rhein-Main in English: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lDYRwDwAmzQ
Second, A much terser version with the people from devjobs.at in German-ish: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HydIJYLx5GE
The TLDR: For me, it made programming fun again
good article from a wayland developer who's explain in a better way the 'battle' between Wayland/Xorg
- I work for VMware
- I’m an Apple fanboy but also love Linux
- I grew up as Windows sysadmin
- I follow politics, and read history
- I’m a recent soccer fan
- I'm a father to four kids
- I mostly work from home
- I always tinker with my home network
- I'm a Star Trek fan, even the odd numbered movies and the new shows
- I watch TWOK at least three times a year
- I live in Kansas
- I’m a recovering Twitter addict
- I joined m.t in 2021, but started vmst.io as my own instance
In the coming weeks and months we're looking to improve how we (the #pantherx OS team) interface with the community. We are still pretty new to this, so there might be some friction 😀
If you want to help out around the system, package some applications, contribute to the wiki, or have an interesting story about how you're using PantherX - drop us a message and join the club!
We've got some exciting releases scheduled for early November:
1. Our long awaited #pantherx GUI installer is almost ready. A few final tweaks; maybe 2 weeks+.
2. #nheko on mobile: We've ported this high-performance #matrix client to work on #android and #ios. It also integrates nicely with accounts on PantherX OS Desktop.