@hund At work I only use the laptop keyboard which is fine, but I would want to have QMK at work, not just at home. And I'm thinking of a planck right now, it should be quite easy to take with me to the classroom and meetings.

And I won't keep the keyboards that I don't use. I will either sell them or give them to a family member so more people can enjoy a good keyboard :)

I'm starting to grow an unhealthy relationship with keyboards...

Now I'm strategically saying that I want an other one for Christmas. That way my girlfriend can't complain that I already have several of them, if she buys one. If she doesn't, she can't say that I never come up with something that I would like to have.

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@selea I used it for all the lamps in my last apartment and it worked great. If you would like some more customization you should look at home-assistant.io/

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I deleted my Facebook-account years ago, but my latest job (not tech related) uses Facebook for communication.

I created a new account, I have no photos of me there and I share nothing, no posts or anything.

A few days ago they suspended my account for no reason at all and required me to upload an ID of me. I ended up creating a new account days later.

Even though I have nothing of value there I have never felt so powerless. It made me appreciate the ethical fediverse even more.

#Facebook

@hund Before Qutebrowser I used Alt+d to access the address bar in Chromium.

Also Alt usually shows the menu bar in programs :)

@hund that's a good choice, I think I use it just as much as the super+d.

I agree with you that Super is uncomfortable, but I don't want to interfere with Alt shortcuts. But Super is on my left tumb thanks to QMK and Ergodox :)

A fun question they had on Computerphile. What is your favorite shortcut key?

Mine is Super+d which is bind to search programs in i3wm. When I use windows at work it's Win+q which does the same

@hund never used it, but read about it yesterday. It seemed like a good app. Why trust third-parties when you can be your own third-party!

Just read about PS2D, an EU directive, that will make it easier for third-parties to access your banking. I was a little bit disappointed when I found out you need a license from the national financial authority. It would be great if you could access your own data without a license, even though I understand the security implications, but read-only should be an option

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@hund låter som en riktigt onödig effektivisering av det administrativa arbetet. Att ropa upp alla namn går snabbt, har man väl lärt sig elevernas namn går det ännu snabbare. Saftig böter blev det iallafall!

@iah Maybe Seafile? Never tried it, but have seen quite a few recommend it

@selea the only time I make use of health care in Sweden and get a little bit nervous about my wallet. I hope Karius and Baktus have stayed away

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