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Mattias Bengtsson
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GAAAAAH CVS GAAAAAH
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Pulled out the git-fpaste-* integration scripts I posted about the other day to its own repo.
It now lives in one command with several subcommands (am, apply, diff, format-patch) and can handle fpaste-urls with "/raw/" on the end.
git-fpaste - Integrating git with fpaste since 2015.
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...now with bash-completion.
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For anyone interested: here's two little shell scripts for posting and applying git patches via fpaste.
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What we think of as 3D printing, says Joseph DeSimone, is really just 2D printing over and over ... slowly. Onstage at TED2015, he unveils a bold new technique — inspired, yes, by Terminator 2 — that's 25 to 100 times faster, and creates smooth, strong parts. Could it finally help to fulfill the tremendous promise of 3D printing?
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+Alberto Ruiz​ didn't know that. I'm easily amazed by new tech.
Is ABS/PLA those hard plastic materials that are used in regular 3d printers? One thing that sounded nice from this presentation was that you'd be rid of those jagged surfaces and that you'd be able to construct stuff in soft material. Maybe that's possible with current day tech as well? 
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Considering spending the next couple of weeks at an internet café playing Cities: Skylines. Looks like a really fun game.
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+Andreas Nilsson​ same here, hence the Internet café :) 
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ISO 8601 > π 
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Yankees!!
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Indeed.
 
I always find it fascinating how in ~every discussion about a new device people show up to claim it is doomed to fail because [list of their very own usage needs]. While this is true for every device it is especially bad with Chrome OS where a lot of people just don't seem to understand, that an ever growing number of users don't share their need for Photoshop, Autocad, whatever classic desktop app. Because they already spend their whole computer time in the browser. And that not having the complexity of other operating systems is actually a feature.
Disclaimer: Personally I really enjoy to play around with software, optimize and try to get a deeper understanding of how it all works. So I don't envision to switch to Chrome OS as my main Operating System any time soon. But I most certainly am not in the majority of computer users.
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The call for papers for GUADEC is now open! Submit your talk and let's meet in Gothenburg, August 7-9. https://www.guadec.org/submit-your-talk/
We hope that our discussions at GUADEC will mirror the ongoing development of the GNOME project: Design of the core user experience Design of the developer experience Integration of the operating s...
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The video codec situation on Linux really makes me go "GAAAAAAAAAAAH!!!!!" some times.
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I feel your pain. :/
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Graphhopper (the route search service we use in Maps) added support for roundabouts recently so I went in and updated my Swedish translations.

Doing translations is really hard.
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Learned to do quick interactive rebases with autosquash in #magit today.
It's like three keystrokes. <3

#git #emacs
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+Emmanuele Bassi Yeah exactly, it's a great tool. What pushed this one step further for me today was "git config set rebase.autosquash true" together with "c f <scroll-to-commit> ." and "l l E <scroll to commit>" in magit.

Basically it lets you do the above without having to search for the correct hash and the correct commit to rebase from. Pretty neat. :)
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  • Smart Eye AB
    Software Developer, 2014 - present
  • Kartena AB
    Software Engineer, 2011 - 2013
  • Peak-IT
    Software Developer, 2010 - 2011
  • Tactel AB
    Software Developer, 2007 - 2008
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GNOME Developer from Gothenburg. Loves Free Software, Open Data and Maps.
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  • Chalmers university of technology
    Computer Science, 2002 - present
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