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prologic
Reply to #n2er4fq
Done
4 hours ago
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prologic
Reply to #n2er4fq
@lyse Ahh! I can do that, at least the first part. That's trivial!
4 hours ago
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prologic
Reply to #fhirmeq
@lyse pretty nice colors there 😍
4 hours ago
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lyse
Reply to #n2er4fq
@prologic Visiting the login page would give you something like this:

```
Username: _<focused field>____
Password: ____________________
[x] Remember me (Enabling this feature will keep
you logged in, even after closing your browser.
Do not active this setting on shared devices.)
[Login]
```

The "remember me" checkbox could be already activated by default. This would benefit people like @bender.

An alternative would be to make the session lifetime configurable in the user profile. So bender would then set this to forty-two years. :-) Definitely something for power users who know what they're doing. More dangerous for the average Joe, though.
7 hours ago
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lyse
Not too shabby! We also got a rainbow, but I didn't capture it. https://lyse.isobeef.org/abendhimmel-2024-06-21/

Sunset
7 hours ago
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movq
In (old, pre-compositor) X11, windows were rectangles on screen. Every normal X11 client could query all windows and their positions. Tools like slop were easy to implement: You can use it to interactively select one of the windows on the screen, e.g. to make a screenshot of that window. slop just queries the window under the mouse pointer, it can then highlight it and read its position. Done. (slop includes more bloat/eyecandy, but that’s beside the point.)

Afaik, that’s not possible on Wayland. slurp exists but there is no standard way (yet?) for it to query the window tree. It’s different for each Wayland compositor. slurp’s README includes an example for Sway; for dwl you need this patch; and selecting individual windows probably does not work at all on labwc (because those guys try to stick only to established protocols/standards – an admirable goal).

This is just a small example. I think things like these slow down Wayland progress/adoption a lot. You could get a lot more done on X11 because the rules weren’t so strict. On Wayland, everything has to become an official protocol (that each compositor then has to implement individually) or it’s going to be an incompatible, unofficial, compositor-specific solution.

Both approaches have pros and cons. Wayland is much more idealistic than the “wild west” of X11. The price is that it takes a hell of a lot more time and energy to push things forward on Wayland.
8 hours ago
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prologic
Oh boi! 🤦‍♂️ I totally forgot to put this notice up, and the month has flown by so quickly! 😅 Sorry folks! Hope it's not too late! ⏰ for our monthly Yarn.social Online Meetup! 🤞

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- **Event:** Yarn.social Online Meetup
- **When:** 22nd June 2024 at 12:00pm UTC (midday)
- **Where:** https://meet.mills.io/call/Yarn.social
- **Cadence:** 4th Saturday of every Month

- **Agenda:**

> Anything we want to talk about. Twtxt, Yarn, self hosting, cool stuff you’ve been working on. chit-chat, whatever 😅

#Yarn.social #Meetup
10 hours ago
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prologic
Reply to #ffuigiq
@eldersnake Fixed!
11 hours ago
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prologic
Reply to #5zza2eq
It sure would be nice to get out of this "rate race" one day 🤞
13 hours ago
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prologic
Reply to #n2er4fq
@lyse Specifically:

> I’d rather suggest to enable the checkbox by default

I'm no longer sure between the discussion(s) how this should behave or look like now 🤣
13 hours ago
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lyse
Reply to #n2er4fq
@prologic How so? Which part did I manage to confuse you with?
13 hours ago
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lyse
Reply to #5zza2eq
@bender It sure is no joke. But probably more fulfilling when looking back and seeing what has been accomplished that day.
14 hours ago
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lyse
Reply to #b2ehlwq
@bender You gotta upgrade to triple-glazed windows.
14 hours ago
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eldersnake
Reply to #ucly4oq
@movq Golly, you are right 😅
14 hours ago
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movq
Reply to #ucly4oq
@eldersnake Nothing stops you from having two different sessions. 😏
15 hours ago
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eldersnake
Reply to #ucly4oq
Oh no, don't tempt me. I've been on KDE for a while to not tinker and make it possible for my Windows using partner to use my laptop now and then, I'm trying to avoid the dwm/l addiction 🤣
1 day ago
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prologic
Reply to #fiks7lq
@bender Yeah I will! I don't really use Matrix much tbh
1 day ago
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prologic
Reply to #ufyqnka
@lyse Haha 🤣
1 day ago
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prologic
Reply to #n2er4fq
@lyse I'm so confused now 🤣
1 day ago
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prologic
Reply to #px274va
@movq me neither 🤦‍♂️
1 day ago
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prologic
Reply to #3yxuwza
@bender Haha @lyse exaxrly! 🤣
1 day ago
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bender
Reply to #5zza2eq
@lyse yeah, he has been living "the good life" for a while now. Farm life is tough, I gather, but honest to god I feel like milking cows most of these days.
1 day ago
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bender
Reply to #b2ehlwq
Haha, you got a trumpeter too, eh?! There is a kid that "delight" us with his performance, when he comes home for summer break (which now happens to be). One more reason I have to stress on the need of new windows, to wife.
1 day ago
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lyse
Somebody in the neighborhood is exercising trumpet or so. What a squawking. Luckily, just after I finished my nap.
1 day ago
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lyse
Reply to #5zza2eq
@bender @movq Coold dude! Looking at the activity graph, it appears like he's doing more useful things since the very end of 2021. :-)
1 day ago
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movq
Even if it might sound a bit overdramatic: Having a “mostly working” dwl Wayland setup now is a huge relief. 😅 It’s quite the weight off my shoulders.

There are still lots of items on my TODO list, but if X.Org were to die tomorrow, I wouldn’t be completely screwed. Only, like, 30% screwed.
1 day ago
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movq
Reply to #5zza2eq
@bender Ha! That’s the way to go! 😃
1 day ago
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bender
These are my goals in life: https://github.com/dylanaraps

He is `neofetch` main developer/maintainer. Archived all repositories, and updated GitHub's profile README file to read "Have taken up farming." 🥳
1 day ago
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bender
Reply to #3yxuwza
@prologic if we start talking about bots as if they were humans, we have a bigger problem.
1 day ago
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movq
Reply to #px274va
@aelaraji @prologic Hmm, yeah, looks a bit better than `ai.txt` / `robots.txt`, but I wouldn’t trust that they don’t spoof their user agent. 🤔
1 day ago
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lyse
Reply to #3yxuwza
@prologic Nope, we cannot.
1 day ago
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lyse
Reply to #n2er4fq
@prologic @eldersnake I'd avoid the inverted logic. Checking a setting to disable a feature always feels wrong and confusing to me. I'd rather suggest to enable the checkbox by default. But I'm with you, an explanation what it does is definitely helpful. Maybe something along those lines: "Enabling this feature will keep you logged in, even after closing your browser. Do not activate this setting on shared devices."
1 day ago
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lyse
Reply to #ufyqnka
@prologic Careful, you risk being hit by a brick. :-D
1 day ago
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bender
Reply to #fiks7lq
Should consider upgrading, current is 1.109.0 (https://github.com/element-hq/synapse/releases).
1 day ago
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bender
Reply to #zf7ovra
@prologic it will not be too useful if you are not running a client connected to it. Ha! I will ping you, nevertheless.
1 day ago
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bender
Reply to #fiks7lq
@prologic you are running Synapse:

```
{
"name": "Synapse",
"version": "1.96.1"
}
```

I am running Conduwuit (https://github.com/girlbossceo/conduwuit). :-)
1 day ago
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eldersnake
Reply to #ffuigiq
@prologic phew 😁
1 day ago
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eldersnake
Reply to #n2er4fq
@prologic yep pretty much!
1 day ago
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prologic
Reply to #n2er4fq
@eldersnake Like a "I'm on a public terminal" type thing? Which has the opposite effect? With some helpful descriptive text? 🤔
1 day ago
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prologic
Reply to #ffuigiq
@eldersnake Oh! That's a bug and pure lack of "form validation!" 😅 Thanks for pointing this out, I'll fix this tonight 🤞
1 day ago
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eldersnake
Reply to #n2er4fq
Could you perhaps just have a check box to do the opposite, like "Don't remember me"? I've seen that a couple of places I think. Sort of an opt in short lived login, if you're at a public library or something etc.
1 day ago
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eldersnake
@prologic hey mate, all working well here so far. The login issue isn't really an issue as far as actually logging in goes, rather if I get my password wrong it gives the response error code in console, the response of which contains the HTML for the wrong password page if you inspect it, but on the frontend itself nothing actually happens which is the confusion. Just stays on the login page as if it was never submitted. Am I alone in having this issue as well?
1 day ago
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prologic
Reply to #fiks7lq
@bender I do! I think it's prologic:mills.io
1 day ago
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bender
Reply to #fiks7lq
@prologic oh, so you don’t run a Matrix server anymore?
2 days ago
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prologic
Reply to #px274va
Can we trust the bots not to fake their identity? 🤔
2 days ago
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prologic
Reply to #px274va
@aelaraji Hmmm looks like the core idea is to intercept requests, Inspect the `UserAgent` header and respond accordingly.
2 days ago
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aelaraji
Reply to #px274va
Hey @movq !! here's an article you might find interesting: Blocking Bots with Nginx ... this person is actually blocking `AI` Bots based on a list of User Agents in an interesting way. 👍
2 days ago
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prologic
Reply to #dqacyjq
But what would you prefer if you were rethinking the architectural design of your next web app? A bazillion lines of Javascript™ with all kinds of indirections and acrobatics that are impossible to understand? 🤔 -- Or just write your web application as a normal set of pages in the Hypermedia Driven Application (HDA) style/architecture, than sprinkle a few `hx-*` attributes and get the same user experience? 😅 #htmx
2 days ago
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prologic
Reply to #dqacyjq
@aelaraji Yeah it's more along the lines of "everything sucks" at least a bit 🤣
2 days ago
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aelaraji
Reply to #dqacyjq
@bender Actually the video is a reaction to: HTMX Sucks that is originally an essay by Carson Gross (the creator) in the "The worse-is-better design philosophy" _and what not_ style. So No, it isn't ... or at least not in the sense one would get from such a title. 😄
2 days ago
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