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Cake day: Dec 03, 2020


I think more pokemons spawn, the more players are in the area.

If I read the “Red Hat Linux” part, I’m not sure if they are talking about an actual “Red Hat” distribution or the Red Hat enterprise. I would say the latter.

I’m looking forward to see what happens now with translations. Currently everything is available in English. The rest of languages are always secondary. I want to see what happens when Chinese only software and environments start to show up.

3 about the Linux Foundation, 1 about OSI, 1 for Mozilla and another one for Open Source/NSA. Neither surprising, in my opinion, nor downvote worthy (currently it is -1). It is nice that someone talks about this.

There is a command called docker system prune that deletes a lot of data. You can use it with -a --volumes to remove even volumes and all images. Don’t know if that’s what you want, but I found about that command the last month and it’s quite a good shortcut.

People started upvoting me and downvoting him/her. But my question was legit. I wasn’t trying falsify his arguments. I was just curious because I have heard of similar things near me.

I feel like it is faster.

However, my aim was to have a system that could be used without a mouse. Why? because I had neither a mouse nor a touchpad.

I use dwm. I use Vimium on firefox. I use cmus. I use vifm. I use mpv and feh. And of course, I use both Emacs and Neovim. Newsboat for rss. The only thing, email client: currently Claws. I’m not too comfortable with terminal or emacs email clients. But that might change soon. I also have a bunch of scripts I use for keyboard-driven usage of my system. It’s not enough with those 5 types of software you mentioned. You need to optimize everything for the keyboard. Something I really miss from every distro, because not a single one does this, afaik.

The poster for this new release is awesome!!! Check at: https://www.openbsd.org/71.html

I don’t know, but in Spanish, there are numerous ways to name men and women. And trends change year to year, so the slang to call each of them changes too… so it might just be a cultural or society issue. But well, I’m not in contact much with “common” people since I stopped using proprietary and enterprise software, so I only know about several terms from relatives and videos, but I can ensure that there is several of them. It might also be that Spanish is spoken in a lot of countries, which, I guess, might be the reason for this rich term variety.

I’m not a native English speaker, but I thought “female” and “male” were both used quite commonly. I guess I’m wrong.

Can I block a whole instance?
Is it possible for a regular user to block posts made by users on an specified instance? Also, is it possible for a regular user to block posts with links (link as URL or as a cross-post, if that feature exists already) to another instance? I think I can only do so for users and communities.

Is it possible to search for an emoji font family given a picture of the emoji?
I'm not able to find that font. I have found some websites that work for text, but they don't seem to work for emoji. I'm using Firefox on Void Linux (old install) and Linux Mint (1 week old install, I didn't almost do anything). I have already tried to change fonts from settings, to check if emojis change, but I had no luck. I get these emojis on firefox, but not on Brave, for example. Here is a sample image of some of my emojis: ![](https://lemmy.eus/pictrs/image/HaIjdWrpaq.png) I have to note that I only get these emojis on firefox. And I know should know which fonts I have installed on my system. But I have never understood fonts on linux.