Why I use the Enlightenment file manager on Linux
Dec07

Why I use the Enlightenment file manager on Linux

Why I use the Enlightenment file manager on Linux Seth Kenlon Wed, 12/07/2022 – 03:00 Computers are like filing cabinets, full of virtual folders and files waiting to be referenced, cross-referenced, edited, updated, saved, copied, moved, renamed, and organized. In this series, I’m taking a look at the Enlightenment file manager for your Linux system. The Enlightenment desktop is designed to be a modern implementation of...

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A data scientist’s guide to open source community analysis
Dec06

A data scientist’s guide to open source community analysis

A data scientist’s guide to open source community analysis Cali Dolfi Tue, 12/06/2022 – 03:00 In the golden age of data analysis, open source communities are not exempt from the frenzy around getting some big, fancy numbers onto presentation slides. Such information can bring even more value if you master the art of generating a well-analyzed question with proper execution. You might expect me, a data scientist, to tell...

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A 10-minute guide to the Linux ABI
Dec06

A 10-minute guide to the Linux ABI

A 10-minute guide to the Linux ABI Alison Chaiken Tue, 12/06/2022 – 03:00 Many Linux enthusiasts are familiar with Linus Torvalds’ famous admonition, “we don’t break user space,” but perhaps not everyone who recognizes the phrase is certain about what it means. The “#1 rule” reminds developers about the stability of the applications’ binary interface via which applications communicate...

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How the Linux Worker file manager can work for you
Dec06

How the Linux Worker file manager can work for you

How the Linux Worker file manager can work for you Seth Kenlon Tue, 12/06/2022 – 03:00 Computers are like filing cabinets, full of virtual folders and files waiting to be referenced, cross-referenced, edited, updated, saved, copied, moved, renamed, and organized. In this article, I’m taking a look at the Worker file manager for your Linux system. The Worker file manager dates back to 1999. That’s the previous...

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6 steps to get verified on Mastodon with encrypted keys
Dec05

6 steps to get verified on Mastodon with encrypted keys

6 steps to get verified on Mastodon with encrypted keys Seth Kenlon Mon, 12/05/2022 – 03:00 Mastodon permits its users to self-verify. The easiest method to do this is through a verification link. For advanced verification, though, you can use the power of shared encrypted keys, which Mastodon can link to thanks to the open source project Keyoxide. Install Pretty good privacy (PGP) is a standard for shared key encryption. All...

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Why you should try the Nemo file manager on Linux
Dec05

Why you should try the Nemo file manager on Linux

Why you should try the Nemo file manager on Linux Seth Kenlon Mon, 12/05/2022 – 03:00 Computers are fancy filing cabinets, full of virtual folders and files waiting to be referenced, cross-referenced, edited, updated, saved, copied, moved, renamed, and organized. In this article, I’m taking a look at a file manager for your Linux system. The Cinnamon project was formed as a reimplementation of GNOME 2 using the components...

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