@KitRedgrave Some of us use a display brightness that matches the ambient brightness. 😉 Mine tend to be turned down a fair bit.
(I understand that there are people who don't, or otherwise have vision differences, and they can use darker themes. It's not like they can't both exist, but I'll generally go with the lighter one.)
Do you or anyone you know want a 16-computer VGA + PS/2 KVM?
It's https://www.iogear.com/product/GCS1716/ , though I think I only have 12 sets of cables for some reason. I believe it works, but I haven't honestly tested it in many years.
Yours for the cost of shipping from the US midwest.
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Reading things labeled as "takes" ("hot", "cold", or otherwise) often feels like "X take: [...]" could instead be read "fundamental attribution error: [...]".
Like, not *always*, but it often seems like a "this is how it seems to me, and I'm not that interested in what anyone else's experience is", and... I'm not a huge fan of that. (I'm very possibly interested in your opinion and experience! I just don't know that they're the only ones that are valid.)
@onethousandtwentyfour Hm. How much is that a barrier? Or do you mean "resolve homophones into one normalized form", "ensure phonetic pronunciation of all words", etc.?
(Sure, there are strange grammar constructions that can occur, but I rarely see them in things that are for education, every language has idioms, etc.)
@onethousandtwentyfour There's some pretty significant overhead, but this does work with prepaid gift card credit cards in general. (And with less overhead if it's a specific store that sells gift cards in brick and mortar stores, like Amazon in your first example.)
@clacke @er1n At this point, it's a small enough group of developers where I do that, with a regular enough release schedule, we just don't even commit the submodule, we just mention it in the MR and then know that we'll have to make another commit at some point before release to pull in any affected submodule's main branch again.
It's not ideal, but it does avoid merge conflicts. 🤷
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