They look just like average fonts to me and my untrained eye 😅 But the best part is, once a company has splashed out $5k for their special font, any script kiddie can just grab the ttf with the dev tools
In other words, there’s no DRM on typefaces, and foundries still do business. Please take note, software vendors and ebook publishers.
My favourite is the how do I exit vim issue :)
My favorite is the “vim³ isn’t for quitters” response to that issue
Reminds me of one of my favorite FAQ items a grabbed from some README, long ago:
Q: Why is it written in Mono/C#?
A: Because I hate freedom.
I think my favourite comes from the zlib FAQ:
Can you please sign these lengthy legal documents and fax them back to us so that we can use your software in our product?
No. Go away. Shoo.
No, only code editing. The main feature on CodeJar 🍯is availability to use any highlighting library, or write your own! See example with rainbow text for example.
Because it’s been submitted before: https://lobste.rs/s/hirkhr/ultimate_personal_security_checklist
OP is a spammer and I regret inviting them. @pushcx, please review.
It’s not been submitted before- this is a different post, check the link first. The last one was Security Checklist This is Privacy-respecting software :) - but yes, same GitHub accounts
There’s no tracking on git.io URL’s, it just makes them shorter, because this is a link to a file in a repo it was quite long. Sorry, won’t shorten again
I used the URL shortner to just make it shorter, since it is a file in a mono-repo the path is crazy long. No malicious intentions, and I didn’t intend to hurt or spam anyone.
It’s not for tracking (git.io claims not to track clicks), and it’s not because it’s spam, and it’s not because it’s been posted before (the previous post was a security checklist, this is a list of privacy-respecting software)
Don’t understand how this is even going to benefit them- do they think that people are going to go out and buy an iPhone because of a weather app?
They hardly have to do anything to get people to get an iPhone in the first place. Not everything is about comparative advantage; sometimes it’s about just making your product better so people stay loyal and keep buying.
But is removing the product really making it better? I think I’m missing something here, just can’t understand their logic..