Welcome to our third 1 newsletter :)
New features we've worked on
- Speeding up network queries;
- Speeding up
- Nyxt now prompts for confirmation before deleting a buffer that has edited contents;
- The user input suggestion should now be instantaneously updated;
- New common text editing bindings (select-all, undo, redo, cut, etc.);
- We now display source code in
- Permission requests are now handled (such as geolocalization access);
reduce-tracking-modehas new options;
- The Lisp REPL now highlights the input, displays the input package;
m lvi binding to list-bookmarks;
- No more filling out repetitive forms in Nyxt!
- How can I make Emacs my web browser?
- Demeter with Montezuma Search!
- Emacs with Nyxt: extend your editor with the power of a Lisp browser
Have you ever heard about a purely functional web browser built with Haskell? It does seem futuristic, right? Well, check out the WWWBrowse, implemented in 1994!
Our second suggestion is not an article. It is actually a post from a Game Dev about bug reports coming from the small but powerfull linux users of his game. We couldn't agree more: " […] the Linux community is exceptionally well trained in reporting bugs. That is just the open-source way." Fortunately, we also receive stellar bug reports (thank you, Nyxt & Linux users!)
As the metaverse becomes the new corporate-tech-panacea-word, this HN thread caught our attention. The text is interesting and the most upvoted comment, from @dandotway, is a great heresy.
Despite the number #2 in the title, this is the third episode since we started counting from 0. Let's not be normal people :D↩
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