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december 2020

Amazing KDE Quality. number 4.

apparently, using Application Menu (global menu bar) is a death sentence to your menu bars if you decide to resign later.

12/01 8:07 PM (UTC -5)

november 2020

what about you focus on fixing the old, reproducible bugs instead of calling them obsolete?

as pointed out on a previous Amazing KDE Quality article, there are some bugs that can be reproduced to this day, and stay open and left abandoned, like the KRDC one...

11/28 10:31 AM (UTC -5)

Amazing KDE Quality - number 3.

coding, coding coding... coding, build, int, char, CRASH

11/19 1:06 AM (UTC -5)

You Know What's BS!? You Know What's BS

you know what's BS? "You Know What's BS!?". yes, I am referring to the title of James Rolfe's side project.

11/12 2:05 PM (UTC -5)

Amazing KDE Quality - number 2

welcome back, Joe. CRASH

11/05 9:16 PM (UTC -5)

Amazing KDE Quality. number 1.

proof that KDE is a freaking minefield that crashes on EVERY thing you do.

11/05 2:39 AM (UTC -5)

october 2020

TigerVNC 1.11.0: a wreck of a release.

I guess 1.10 is the final version I will use... because 1.11 is a complete restructuring which breaks my workflow.

10/07 2:26 PM (UTC -5)

Razer clearly doesn't want Linux support

well, here is a piece of evidence...

10/07 1:57 PM (UTC -5)

september 2020

wow GitHub come on! that title is sure the longest title you've ever thought of for the main page, in an attempt to draw in the search engines, maybe because you have noticed GitLab is becoming strong, so you get a longer title but you know what? it is annoying and redundant

built, created and constructed for developers, coders, programmers and people who apply and employ knowledge regarding the art of writing a logical document to be sequentially processed by an electronic apparatus.

9/25 6:51 PM (UTC -5)

august 2020

enough of this, YouTube!!! addendum

you know what? it's getting worse every day, and it still does. I wanted to add something to the previous article.

8/19 4:44 PM (UTC -5)

the elusive PAL option in StepMania's Preferences.ini

this option has been pretty much undocumented for years, that even the StepMania wiki doesn't know what it is for.

8/17 6:08 PM (UTC -5)

Audacity you got to stop breaking.

seriously? I can't even scroll when doing play-at-speed?

8/03 9:43 PM (UTC -5)

july 2020

rant on "Invalid argument"

they should change the name to "Unknown error" or add errinfo().

7/18 5:28 PM (UTC -5)

Seven Days with GNOME - day 7: the Wayland special!

*sighs* finally... I'm at the end...

7/17 12:43 AM (UTC -5)

Seven Days with GNOME - day 6

not even GNOME is safe from the tearing problem.

7/15 10:57 PM (UTC -5)

Seven Days with GNOME - day 5

come on...

7/14 10:58 PM (UTC -5)

UGH MY EARS!!!

don't you say it that loud!

7/14 1:08 PM (UTC -5)

Early Work On KDE Frameworks 6 Continues.... more like The Crusade Tried An Invasion On Us!

we were going to have a nice KF6 thread... but then...

7/14 4:44 AM (UTC -5)

Seven Days with GNOME - day 4

lorem ipsum, quia dolor sit, amet, consectetur, adipisci velit, sed quia non numquam eius modi tempora incidunt, ut labore et dolore magnam aliquam quaerat voluptatem.

7/13 11:03 PM (UTC -5)

Seven Days with GNOME - day 3

more to it! more to it!

7/12 10:57 PM (UTC -5)

Seven Days with GNOME - day 2

it feels odd to be on GNOME... like a sort of enclosed trap...

7/11 11:02 PM (UTC -5)

Seven Days with GNOME - day 1!

the first day!

7/10 11:00 PM (UTC -5)

Seven Days with GNOME - the beginning!

this is a short series of posts in where I am going to share my experiences using GNOME for a week.

7/09 8:52 PM (UTC -5)

another person on the crusade!

racking up likes to no end, the 144Hz crusade got stronger with the help of a new traitor!

7/09 7:20 PM (UTC -5)

who cares if my browser is out of date?

seriously. I want to browse the website and let that be it.

7/08 4:58 AM (UTC -5)

everything freaking crashes under Linux!

EVERYTHING!

7/05 5:02 AM (UTC -5)

taking "Inclusive and Diverse" too far.

this somewhat-dumb movement has reached ridiculous lengths, but now let's take it to the extreme.

7/05 4:33 AM (UTC -5)

you got to me k- me? I mean "be"!

what a terrible typo fest this whole stream of rage was!

7/04 4:01 AM (UTC -5)

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