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
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q8pHiyhzb-0 watching this as kid is the reason I now use linux
I just love the aesthetic
it's still showcased on the official Xmonad website
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ZAmMdRBRjs simply one of my favourite videos on youtube
just becuase of its genuine old-school GNU/Linux showcase vibe
knowing how to linux(/unix) comes in handy at times like this
(for recalibrating the values for the battery)
I also want to properly credit awan0918 (as seen on the watermark on the photo lo) for this
Hi! If you read this you're cool!
>I do Arch and bspwm on the desktop; Alpine is cool for them servers whenever possible, if not Debian just werks.
>C and POSIX Shell script like a real boomer.
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