so I'm an hour into Windows 11 and I'm irrationally shitty that I can't move the taskbar. I have a wide monitor and previously had the task bar to the left so it's out of the way and I can utilise as much height of the screen as possible.
So it turns out that having no water in your suburb (expected return of midnight) is pushing people to all leave their houses to go to their family/friends places to use the toilet. This isn’t going to end well in a council area that is supposed to be in extra lockdown.
Reviewing conference papers/sessions is a long process. You read the proposal, you look up the work that they have done in the past, look at where they have submitted and spoken at in the past. Each proposal is taking me about 20 minutes a go and there's 116. Send coffee.
In your opinion, which Linux distro strikes the best balance _and_ high levels in all four: - easy for first-time Linux users - accessibility features are functional and not an after thought - inviting to contribute and be a part of the open source community - allows for tinkering by exposing things, but doesn’t make things difficult or unnecessarily complicated Boosts appreciated.
Techie in a Library world. Mgr - Digital Platforms, President - Linux Aus & Vice-Chair - Internet Aus. FOSS advocate, tech evangelist. Shuffle Parrots = Awesome
Joined Jun 2018
This is a Mastodon instance primarily for Australasian Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums and Records people, and anyone else who wants to hang out with them. We use the Hometown fork which enables local-only posts.