#git commit messages are not only a service to your fellow developers, they're also a service to your future self asking: "Why exactly did I change that back then?" (when the forge or gitlab instance with all the merge requests and discussions might be long gone).
That said, you don't need huge powerful but complex tools like #darktable or #rawtherapee to make your photos look better. Imagine a simple to use app that lets you do basic stuff on the phone, like white balance or contrast correction, which could then take its time exporting at full res with all the heavy noise reduction algos without annoying the user while taking photos.
Does that sound like something you'd like to work on? 😁
"You know why people hate the tech industry?
Because they’ve wedged themselves into everything (regardless of how much sense it makes), and made it suck more, in pursuit of glorious advertising profits."
@schmiddionmobile would surely appreciate code contributions to fix some of the issues mentioned https://fosstodon.org/@julianfairfax/111113443939828891
Have a look at
Thanks to everyone working on the ecosystem (and by extension: a better world 🌈 )
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When I read these I ALWAYS assume that the app can track something that the website can't and they WANT you to use the app for that reason.
Ma nano sim fonctionne bien en France mais dès que je passe en Suisse où se trouve mon employeur je n'arrive pas à basculer.
Est ce que quelqu'un a testé cela sur une autre zone frontalière avec ce téléphone ou même un autre ?
People think that "It's OK for people to just want technology to work" (which it is) is like saying "It's OK for people to not know things" (which it is). But to the extent that they're saying it to argue against technologists advocating for open technology, it's humanity-defeating and just a fucking strawman.
The technologists are complaining about abusive designs that manipulate people by making the path of least resistance the one that, for example, destroys the concept of privacy.
When you respond to that with "well not everybody needs to understand everything," What you're actually saying is "It's OK for people to be MANIPULATED into maintaining their ignorance."
These companies have worked very hard to create a culture where computers are magic boxes to most people, so the vast majority of users remain vulnerable. You're not countercultural for thinking that's a good thing. You're a fucking mark.
Sure, Android might be "Open Source" good luck trying to tweak part of the core system without having to build and re-flash the ENTIRE OS, and probably format your phone.
Android was not built to be modified by anyone who doesn't use the term "end user" on a near daily basis.
and like, damn girl, we can do better than this
There is a long standing issue in #phoc (the #wayland compositor used with #phosh (but as I recently learned also other projects like #bananui) that makes windows flip their size when crossing a screen edge (as tiling is (incorrectly) kicking in). This makes dragging windows around in docked mode harder than necessary.
This is about to improve and (thanks to the ground work over the past months) we can also add some visual feedback: