WEBM, is it the default option of yt-dlp downloads?
Linux for blind general discussion
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Sun Nov 28 21:36:39 UTC 2021
Le 28/11/2021 à 21:58, Linux for blind general discussion a écrit :
> On Sun, 28 Nov 2021, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
>> PS and OT: My friend, isn't it time enough that you manage your Linux
>> yourself most of the time, not relying on your Linux specialist or Linux
>> person, however you call they?
> May I ask how you can make a statement about the life situation of
> another person?
> Unless you are thinking that every Linux user is like yourself of course.
> The co-working space where my Toronto office is based has a technician
> who we all rely on to manage the many different tools individuals use
> on a daily basis...so we can get on with the business of doing our jobs.
> Likewise I personally rely on the professional expertise of those who
> manage shellworld, so I can get on with what I am expert in, critical
> when someone seems to do what you are suggesting, project their
> personal understanding of Linux onto this service. Someone has
> damaged a critical program that we are all forced to deal with at the
> We have engaged in this discussion before.
> One reason speaking personally why I feel Linux enjoys less of the
> commercial market is because, to really make it work, you must be a
> programmer. Especially given all the layers of the distributions, and
> the many distributions involved.
> If chime has managed to find someone interested enough to write scripts
> for him, and incorporate Linux elements for him, who are you to judge?
> His life, his machine, and his resources.
Chime, I am sorry if you took my statement as a judgment and apologize.
I wrote it because from our previous email exchanges I am under the
that you have enough skills to do things that your linux person does for you
and remembering the old saying: if you give someone a fish you feed them
day, but if you teach them to fish, you feed them forever". I am not a
programmer myself, and do ask for help when needed.
But that's just my way and anyway I realize that I should not have
posted in a
public mailing list so, again, I apologize.
Karen, about Linux: I personally prefer FreeBSD (having installed GhostBSD,
which is easier), but will continue to base Slint on Slackware if I can as
Linux has a wider hardware support. But I agree there are too many Linux
distributions, desktops, packages formats etc.
PS I wouldn't have added to this dispersion of efforts creating Slint,
proposal to help internationalize Slackware and make it more accessible had
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