[-] tengkuizdihar@programming.dev 1 points 2 days ago

Was using btrfs then in manjaro, broke my laptop because btrfs seems to be shit at handling loss of power cases. Switched to good ol ext4 and nixos, never looked back since.

[-] tengkuizdihar@programming.dev 36 points 3 days ago

Who wouldve thought that well meaning and well educated people are against genocide

[-] tengkuizdihar@programming.dev 23 points 2 weeks ago

AAAH NOT LIKE THIS

[-] tengkuizdihar@programming.dev 43 points 2 weeks ago

Please for the love of god don't use merge, especially in a crowded repository. Don't be me and suffer the consequences. I mistakenly mention every person with a commit between the time I created the branch until current master.

[-] tengkuizdihar@programming.dev 28 points 3 weeks ago

Sometimes, not being able to do something is the best thing you could ever become.

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cross-posted from: https://programming.dev/post/12077965

It has been a month since the last time I've posted about Treedome. Back then it was still in 0.4.0 and there's a lot of little tiny tidbits of missing/bugged components.

I've polished it since then, please take a look https://codeberg.org/solver-orgz/treedome/compare/0.4...0.4.5!

Notable changes since then are:

  • Node path will now be visible on editor, made sure user make less mistake when editing their note
  • The width of note tree and text editor is now configurable
  • Configurable idle timeout that will close and save your notes, defaulted to 300,000 ms or 5 minutes
  • Removed about menu, now user can easily click on big badges which will open links to our repository, matrix room, etc.
  • Various fixes and little adjustments

Install it on arch (btw) and nix (0.4.5 is in review not merged yet)

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submitted 3 weeks ago* (last edited 3 weeks ago) by tengkuizdihar@programming.dev to c/opensource@lemmy.ml

It has been a month since the last time I've posted about Treedome. Back then it was still in 0.4.0 and there's a lot of little tiny tidbits of missing/bugged components.

I've polished it since then, please take a look https://codeberg.org/solver-orgz/treedome/compare/0.4...0.4.5!

Notable changes since then are:

  • Node path will now be visible on editor, made sure user make less mistake when editing their note
  • The width of note tree and text editor is now configurable
  • Configurable idle timeout that will close and save your notes, defaulted to 300,000 ms or 5 minutes
  • Removed about menu, now user can easily click on big badges which will open links to our repository, matrix room, etc.
  • Various fixes and little adjustments

Install it on arch (btw) and nix (0.4.5 is in review not merged yet)

[-] tengkuizdihar@programming.dev 14 points 1 month ago

They shouldve releases redis under agplv3 if they really want those corpo to give back to community.

[-] tengkuizdihar@programming.dev 11 points 2 months ago

what do you mean my password and anime recommendation shouldnt be mixed in the same file?

[-] tengkuizdihar@programming.dev 13 points 2 months ago

AFAIK, obisidian is:

  • Not open source, treedome is open source.
  • Uses a centralized server to sync your notes, treedome instead uses a single local file which you can sync, move around, however you want.
  • Uses graph, treedome is working with trees and tagging instead.
  • Uses plugins to add more feature to the notes, treedome doesn't plan to do this. We at least want a complete experience out of the box, with notes files that's fairly stable within a major version. I have to make it stable since the start because I'm already using it for work and personal.
[-] tengkuizdihar@programming.dev 11 points 2 months ago

Glad to know youre around! Sorry for the no contact, had no idea how to. You got email/matrix/codeberg user where i can contact?

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Treedome 0.4 Released (programming.dev)
submitted 2 months ago* (last edited 1 month ago) by tengkuizdihar@programming.dev to c/opensource@lemmy.ml

Treedome is a local-first, encrypted, note taking application with tree-like structures, all written and saved in your computer

Currently you can only try it by building it yourself, instruction here. https://codeberg.org/solver-orgz/treedome/src/branch/master/docs/building.md But .deb and nixpkgs update is planned to follow suit though! You can also try an outdated one in https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/treedome-bin

Tell me what you think about it!

[-] tengkuizdihar@programming.dev 73 points 2 months ago

come to codeberg my friend https://codeberg.org

[-] tengkuizdihar@programming.dev 13 points 4 months ago

$1 Billion breakup fee sounds like a free $1 Billion dollar to me. Like, what kind of logistical nightmare does Figma have gone through to need $1 Billion as a consolation prize?

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