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XXXX-09-03


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GitHub has a new web-based editor based on Visual Studio Code. For me, this fulfills one use case in particular: if you want to browse code to see how certain things were implemented in other projects, this editor now allows you to easily jump to references. This way you don’t have to tediously open many tabs and manually search for files. And it is probably also much easier to look at pull requests this way.

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“Portuguese children sue 33 countries over climate change at European court”

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“I am afraid for the future,” she said. “Lately, it is already impossible to exercise outdoors. If that was only for a few days it would be fine but the heatwaves are extreme and recurring. I live with the feeling my home is becoming more hostile each year. It scares me a lot.”

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I took inspiration from Ru and finally added a “favorite blogs” section to my blogroll. I also sorted the blogs into English and German, so that someone without knowledge of German can ignore the German blogs.

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Medium is bringing back custom domains

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Medium is bringing back support for custom domains. And in general they seem to listen better. In addition to custom domains, Medium is reducing the amount of annoying pop-ups and banners and will also offer more customization options.

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Codeberg: Non-profit GitHub alternative from Germany

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Just today I migrated my hosting setup and use my private Gitea instance instead of GitLab. But because this is hosted at my home, I don’t want to trust it and it’s backups completely and have a fallback too. In the past I used GitLab for such tasks, but now I’m choosing Codeberg instead.

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