@ewm What makes you consider it one of the worst analytics tools? I see people say this and I'm not sure I agree.

I wanted to show off my new ring!

I didn't realize how awkward my hand motion was until afterward. 🤷‍♂️

It took all of Thursday to help me relax from Wednesday. I hope for better days in my country.

Zoom MGR, my bash script to install and update Zoom on Ubuntu now supports Ubuntu 20.10 (sorry I'm late) and Ubuntu Hirsute Hippo. 🎉 github.com/felicianotech/zoom-

I went on my first ride of 2021 on Saturday. I found this abandoned looking "historic museum" here in Staten Island. The weathered door fit the mood of early January.

I started an open source Docker utility called Sonar in August. The active devices have steadily increased according to the Snap metrics. Encouraging. 🙂

Our Twitter account has reached 20K! twitter.com/gamingonlinux

How about spreading us far and wide with some "Boost" love on Mastodon and help us get more followers here?

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@kev I voted for release date order but here's what I really think. I would watch Episodes 4-6 first, which matches release date order. Then, I'd watch the rest of the movies in chronological order.

I have 4-6 first only because they are older. They'll look even worse if you watch the newer ones first. Also, you get a nice intro into the original concept by George Lucas first before getting into all of the expanded stuff.

People of the fediverse, lend me your ears...

I have never seen all the Star Wars films (I’ve seen some of them, can’t remember which). I recently signed up for Disney+ and plan on watching them all.

Which order should I watch them in?

Embedded files, Go template improvements, and of course, support for Apple Silicon. Go v1.16 is shaping up to be an exciting release!

The Mandalorian season finale.... 👌🏼 That's all I'll say for now.

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