New (free) NiN albums!
Interesting discovery: KDE supports U2F security keys natively, and KDE-centric browsers like Falkon inherit this support.
Mind you, Falkon hasn't had a release in over a year, so for the sake of not running something with a potentially questionable security profile I'm going to stick with Firefox for now.
But! ... Alternatives?
The lack of sensible support for recurring tasks in every non-webapp task management application I've tried is truly abysmal. Thunderbird + Lightning comes closest, but still has some incredibly unintuitive behaviors.
(For example, marking a recurring task as complete in the tasks tab marks all future occurrences complete, while checking the complete box in the tasks sidebar works as expected. But! Once a repeating task is marked as complete, it still shows its original completion date in the tasks tab when "all" tasks are selected, but the correct date when viewing "incomplete tasks".)
The only application I haven't tried yet is kOrganizer, but I'm a little reluctant to install and set it up given that Thunderbird is at least tolerable, and everything else has been bad.
Tshirt fundraiser has hit it’s mark to go to print. Took right at 8 hours... the quickest we’ve done that.
Here’s the link for the night crew:
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Hey fediverse, does anyone know if any open source browsers support U2F security keys besides those derived from Firefox or Chromium?
I discovered to my surprise last night that Epiphany doesn't support U2F security keys yet, and it looks like the necessary support isn't even being worked on right now. Given that the underlying problem was lack of support in WebKit, this got me wondering if there were any open source browsers that supported security keys out there that weren't one of the "big two" under the hood.
Holy shit, you can create a disk which is ext2 and FAT at the same time
me: i wonder what would happen if i trained the neural net gpt-2 on christmas carols?
HELLvetica. Like helvetica, but with like, much shittier kerning for Halloween.
Armchair futurist & infosec wannabe.
A bunch of technomancers in the fediverse. Keep it fairly clean please. This arcology is for all who wash up upon it's digital shore.