A win for #opensource in Canada.
* Favour open source solutions
* Favour non-prorietary solutions
* Source for custom-built solutions must be released under open source licenses through Government of Canada sites
See C.2.3.8 for the relevant clauses:
are you keeping up? ‘cause the commodire is keeping up with you!
This article is basically what bitcoin and friends is all about.
So I didn't clip the stabilizers for this keyboard and I think the PCB is a bit too close to the housing. Boo.
That said, the point to this was to mess with QMK firmware and learn the basics of keyboard assembly. Thankfully I only need to order a new PCB and switches.
I may have to get a different soldering iron. The one I had was a bit course.
I'm not against 'post-filesystem' system designs per se. I actually think a lot of 'post-filesystem' designs would be kind of cool. LIke orthogonal persistence.
Or a database like system where you have copious metadata on objects and navigate through various views of them.
What I don't like is the garbage way Android decided to do things such that every application scans the entire phone and looks for a given filetype and adds them all to its catalog indiscriminately.
(Yes, I know about .nomedia. .nomedia improves matters, but that it's needed shows the design is fundamentally stupid.)
Also the catalogs don't seem to be very good for managing very large amounts of content. And metadata and organization from one application seems not to be portable to other applications.
(Of course we already know that the 'apps own data' paradigm is BAD AND WRONG AND MUST NOT BE ALLOWED, but…)
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