I find myself privately sharing @slightlyoff 's post on The Market for Lemons yet again:
"In a bazaar dominated by lemon vendors, many tools and communities have been respectful of today's mostly-mobile users at the expense of their own marketability. These are today's honest brokers and they deserve your attention far more than whatever solution to a problem created by React that the React community is on about this week."
This is why we are so into #selfhosting: https://www.theregister.com/2023/11/27/google_drive_files_disappearing/
This pattern allows testing integrations, developing on top of future functionality, etc.
So I was surprised to see a new config in a #Drupal 10.1 upgrade -- system.feature_flags !
Right now just the Decoupled Menus initiative uses it -- instead of being a separate module, it's enabled/disabled through a config setting.
As my daughter would say, "Sick!"
I just hooked up my Thunderbird Supernova using https://addons.thunderbird.net/en-US/thunderbird/addon/filelink-nextcloud-owncloud/?src=search , and now it uploads large file attachments to my private Nextcloud, adds a sharing link, and embeds it all in the email with the press of a button. Took longer to write this message than to get it set up!
I haven't had any trouble with git bisect, though maybe I've just gotten lucky -- I don't use it all that often (but have used it 4 - 5 times in the past year)
And created ~45 new repositories in a matter of a few minutes!
h/t @erikareads Ctrl-Shift-S in Firefox opens a really slick screen shot tool! Select an element, drag for a region, button for full page or viewport!
Nice interview with @aral on #FlossWeekly -
@b0rk I am a big fan of Tailwind, but see it quite a bit differently than others in this thread, or the OP.
As I see it, you need strong CSS skills to use TW effectively -- and then it's a power tool. Dangerous in the hands of beginners.
Actually, we use UnoCSS instead -- TW plus more power tools like custom variants, custom rules. And we have a strict "no TW classes in admin interfaces" policy.
I need to write up my own blog post on this!
Apparently my daughter and her friends directed the substitute school bus driver on a scenic route to school... involving a trip through downtown (entirely the opposite direction as the school). 🤣
Never count on a middle-school kid for directions to school!
Apparently they are far more reliable for the return trip home...