Monthly report - February

Hello,

I continued to slowly work o Falkon and also resumed work on Falkon Plugins and once again started to fill Falkon store.

I am also slowly investigating / researching Falkon Qml API which should work out of box on all platforms (while some may have problems with Python), the API is insufficient, in other words “there are too many restrictions”. I document my progress at file which can be found in _drafts folder of this repository.

Falkon contribution

  • Speeddial can now properly work with Unicode characters 406095
  • SearchBar - Show number of matches found on page search 395429

On a side note, I am preparing a VPS with nice domain to move this blog and many other things on. My domain and VPS are up just for few weeks and I already have too many bots to kick out.

Articles from blogs I follow:

ARPA2CM released – some CMake modules

One of the more broadly-useful things to come out of KDE Frameworks efforts is, in my opinion, the KDE Extra CMake Modules (ECM). Since KDE software nearly-universally uses CMake as (meta-)build system, a lot of common functionality is distilled into the …

via [bobulate] January 20, 2022

Help Chile write free software values, privacy, and digital sovereignty into their constitution

For those out of the loop, a group which included myself up until recently,1 Chile is in the midst of a revolution. They’re fighting against the increased cost of living, privatization of essential services, and worsening inequality — problems facing everyon…

via Drew DeVault's blog January 19, 2022

About Logging

TL;DR: This post also talks about the problems I faced while working on my logging. To log to syslog from within my containers that do not support configuring a remote syslog server, I had syslog-ng expose a unix domain socket and mounte…

via PapaTutuWawa's Blog April 16, 2021

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