Riot has now a RPM-based client, so anyone willing to install it on Fedora can do and it's compatible with F28, F29 & F30. Riot also has versions for OpenSuse Leap & Tumbleweed and for RHEL and CentOS. More info, check their Github repository: https://github.com/taw00/riot-rpm
If you want to contribute to Fedora but you haven't skills or experience enough to package or add code/patches, you can contribute with testing. You can set testing repositories for your whole system or just for one or two packages you're interested in. In this articles is explained how: https://fedoramagazine.org/contributing-fedora-testing-packages
I explained in my previous post what and why socialising is good. Now I'm going to explain how to do this. Widgets, buttons & more When it comes about sharing and interaction, the first stop is Themes => Customise. You'll see a screen similar to the one in the screenshot above. Options vary according … Continue reading Go social in WordPress!
You may remember my issues about desktops, keyboards and languages on Fedora 27; I wrote about them some time ago. Now I wanted to switch back my locales to British English and I had the same problem as before, Gnome Shell translates everything even software names, but KDE shows itself half German half English. I … Continue reading New old issues with locales
A friend of mine has a blog but disabled all kind of interaction with it. Is he insane? Well, no, he simply misunderstood what this is all about. So let's take a look at it. Comments, why and what for Comments are there to permit readers to show interest, support or even add … Continue reading Why sharing is important in WordPress