Not quite happy about #WordPress 5.
The new editor is buggy: insert a link and your text might be replaced by "This block has encountered an error and cannot be previewed." Whatever you do, you will lose the text.
When you type, the formatting bar is always hiding the previous paragraph.
If you must manually edit the HTML code, now you must ask to open this mode for EVERY single paragraph of your text. Really?
Help, @tux, why do I get this message after every command?
shell-init: error retrieving current directory: getcwd: cannot access parent directories: No such file or directory
Your parents = your past and your present, but they won’t be there anymore to share your future. ❌
Your children = your present and your future, but they won’t connect with your past (they weren’t there). ❌
Your friends/colleagues = usually only some parts of your life but not all. ❌
Your siblings = your past, your present and your future. ✔️
Take care of getting well with your siblings, because they will be next to you during your whole life!
This has always puzzled me:
"Medium has been focusing on optimizing the time visitors spend reading the site"
Optimizing *my* time would mean that information would be presented concisely and clearly, leaving me free time for other stuff I care about.
But it’s an optimization for *them*, it means that they are looking for ways to make me spend hours on their website.
There is no win-win situation with this model.
Interesting initiative. Children can learn to code websites or program robots.
I have used #Pmwiki on one of my machines for a long time. Very easy to maintain and no performance problem for small sites (I had about 180 pages). But there was no easy option nor any cookbook to be found to extend the time before being disconnected after an idle period.
I run Wiki engines, and help users set up blogs or CMS. My knowledge has been acquired by doing things. Still learning every day.
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