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switched from Rythmbox to MPD+ncmpcpp today finally, works nicely

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Do you like my latest work of art. I've spent a really long time on it. I don't know like, 10 minutes or so #Linux

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"Rent a web server and spin up my own instance of Mastodon, just for fun, I'm not sure anybody would use it other than me" - DistroTube, August 2018. Who would have thought we'd be here 2 and a half years later?

Me on Windows: okay let's go to workspace 2 and do something
*Super + 2*
Oh wait oh no oh fuck...
*File Manager opens*

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Retro-Vintage r/unixporn r/unixart like image

Dated 2002-09-28 [LAST IMAGE - all other images where in chronological order - this predates them all]

Old-School Gnome

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it looks like normal proprietary TOS, but specifying you are not allowed to even reverse engineer the software tilts me.
Also I can bet you can replicate a lot of the client's functionality through open source mods, but don't take my word for granted on this

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I see lot of friends that play Minecraft use a custom client called Lunar Client.
Hearing about something like this I'd think it would be open source since it's a third party client to a game and you're also supposed to put your credentials in it.
But it's not, it looks horrible.
From its ToS:

it's still showcased on the official Xmonad website

Show thread simply one of my favourite videos on youtube
just becuase of its genuine old-school GNU/Linux showcase vibe

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