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Hi there. Any method / application to control postfix? An easy way to view queue status, all kind of warnings / errors? Thanks! submitted by gera83 [link] [comment]

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Which features from a mobile OS like Android or iOS would you like to see on your Linux Desktop? Here my "wishes": Easy Hotspot setup integrated in the DE (e.g. in NetworkManager) – there are solutions like hostspotd but you need to set them up and there is no GUI. Listing of hardware and software about how much power they comsume (like in android (pic)) Manage applications (e.g. torrent client) by (wifi) connection so you don't eat up your data if you use you phone as a hotspot submitted by valgrid [link] [4 comments]

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"[…] Trickle-down technology says: Well, if we as enthusiast are making tools for enthusiasts theses will also trickle down and being usable products for consumers. And it doesn't work. This is why we've given personal computer for 30 years when apparently all they wanted were iphones. And worse than that we told them that they were too dumb to use them when we were to dumb to make simple enough solutions. It's about user experience. […] The age of features is dead. We are living in the age of experiences. […] We need a new category of free and open technology. […]" Today, free softwares have difficult to grow and gain to the mainstream market because they lack usability, design and user experience. Aral Balkan want to change this with a new philosophy of free and open source softwares, the indie technology: beautiful, free, social, accessible, secure, and distributed softwares that "empower people". So what do you think about all of this ? Worth to watch/read on the subject (in this order): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ldhHkVjLe7A https://ind.ie/manifesto/ https://ind.ie/summit/videos/ (lots of videos but really worth it) submitted by sharydow [link] [comment]

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