Using QGIS to apply a 1777 style to today's OpenStreetMap data
Websites should never show timestamps as "x minutes/hours/days ago" but should always show timestamps as LITERALLY THE ACTUAL DATE AND TIME
because otherwise, 1) you have no clue when any event actually happened, it depends on "when did the server/client refresh this page" and 2) when you're scanning for "literally a date/time" string, you can't find it and it's so frustrating.
Oh and ALWAYS include the timezone or it's still nonsense.
Thank you for coming to my TED talk.
Now i have got a reason for buying a Steam Deck: https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/File:JOSM_on_the_Steam_Deck.jpg
This, but without the immature language. Why can't we just go back to RSS feeds? That worked great, it was federated.
> We’ll just go back to torrents and podcasts. Real fucking podcasts, not stupid paid shit like Spotify that don’t work with RSS and *still have fucking ads*
Truly we live in the worst timeline: a printer company has figured out how to put DRM in its *paper*:
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