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Michael Spencer
In Christ Alone
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Have a very merry and blessed Christmas and a happy New Year!
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I had some fun with GNOME, JSGtk+, and Inbox by Gmail. My goal is to integrate Inbox with GNOME by using a header bar, adding notifications support, and other features, similar to Boxy for macOS (http://boxyapp.co).

Code is at https://github.com/iBeliever/gnome-inbox
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How to Make America Great Again:

if my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land.
- 2 Chronicles 7:14

No president or political leader will make America great again, and certainly not an immoral man who lacks character or a woman who stands against so much of Biblical Truth.

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Character matters. Pro-life matters. Marriage matters. Religious liberty matters. Yet regardless of who is elected, God is sovereign and will work all things together for the good of His church.
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I've switched my main Arch Linux installation that I use for development over to an OSTree-based setup, and so far it's working quite nicely. I created http://github.com/iBeliever/arch-ostree to build the OSTree commits, and then run nightly builds on http://build.papyros.io. Nice atomic upgrades and I don't have to worry too much about old junk in system directories or my system slowly growing in size due to old unused packages.

For development, I'm using systemd-nspawn containers managed by machinectl, which is super nice to work with. Everything is isolated, so when I'm done with a project, all I have to do is delete a container, and poof, all build files and dependencies are gone, with no left over junk hanging around.

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This is a really great example of Biblical fatherhood, and the kind of father I aspire to be some day.
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