Give More Apps Rounded Corners with this GNOME Shell Extension – it’s the little things that make me happy. I tend to run a pretty lean GNOME desktop with minimal extensions, but the new GTK4/libadwaita apps look amaze balls and I’m a sucker for rounded corners, so this extension makes the cut.
Giving the Mastodon Twitter Crossposter service a try.
Just finished listening to Syntax episode 491, How to Spark your Imagination and Get Excited about Coding. I have an appreciation of coding projects that serve no purpose, so I really enjoyed listening to this episode.
I spent some time over the weekend playing with Debian Bookworm. It is shaping up to be an excellent release. That said, I found the default GNOME desktop and the overall experience somewhat lacking in comparison to Fedora 36. I guess there’s plenty of time for the Debian developers to apply some spit and polish.
In an effort to be more IndieWeb, I’ve been looking at a couple of WordPress plugins. Webmentions and Semantic Linkbacks. Both plugins look good and should be simple to set-up. I’ve installed both but the Semantic Linkbacks includes its own Walker Comment class. This slightly complicates matters as my theme already uses its own comments class. I guess I’ll need to look at extending the plugin, or disabling it.
Welcome to my microblog 🥳 I’ll be using this platform for publishing short-form posts, or as the kids like to say, micro posts. Long-form posts will be published to my regular blog.