@ConnyDuck I use the `gh` command which you have to get up at the top under the "Code" button. This seems to avoid the merge step that happens with the `pull`-based approach from the bottom.
Of course, if you want to push onto their branch then I go and copy the `pull` command and replace its verb with `push` and append `-f`.
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@Aurimas BitWarden is open source and self-hostable. 1Password is written in Rust (all clients).
Either is fine. I use BitWarden.
@heathborders I love the 'a' line. I have three wireless chargers and the car has one now so I'm kinda stuck on the more expensive line now. I hadn't looked too closely at the 6/6a's specs since I knew I would skip it.
If I'm going to migrate then I'm going to need a lot more than what I've seen that Hugo or any other SSG provides.
I wrote my own engine in Kotlin about a year ago. It's ~99% done and produces 99%-identical HTML to Jekyll (for migration confidence). Need to do the last 1% to match the last 1% and then I can start actually iterating on cool features.
Obviously this clear case of future self-harm is not what I would recommend others do, though
@dankim Netlify and any static site generator is fine. I hate-use Jekyll because it's what I've used for a decade but I wouldn't use it for something new. There are good SSGs in Go and Rust now.
@wander1236 Hmm doesn't seem to work. I am using a third-party launcher which also tends to further limit system gestures.
@bwinton that sounds cool. There is a conference talk video about the same project you posted, which does not involve an SNES emulator: https://www.deconstructconf.com/2018/tom-murphy-vii-improper-hierarchy but that's all I know.
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