Okay, i did not know its called notes. I read them like a comment thread. Yeah, its not that important, but nevertheless it is information, which is lost(?)
so, how do i retrieve them? Are they on a seperate branch, or how does github manage them?
You know, i am not speaking of commit *messages*?
I do not think, its "easy", but of course its possible. But do you really want to work with a project, where you need to copy and paste every filename? And where the author seems to want you to use chinese names for new files? Do you even understand, what a filename means? Maybe you do, i do not.
Even with the understanding, non-ascii chars in filenames are still FUBAR. And for coding the lower ascii chars ought be enought to be enough for everyone
there was one coder, who really blogged, that github is racist for not allowing chinese characters in project names.
What. The. Fuck.
The Projectname is the folder name, and normal special chars like german umlauts are bad enough, but you cannot even type chinese chars without being chinese (while the german umlauts work very well with a compose key).
And on the other hand, coding in another language than english excludes many many people. So somebody who wants to do something only chinese people can use claims a system which cannot cope with chinese chars is racist
oh you. The term fuck is heteronormative, because lesbians cannot really fuck each other!
> social media or web presence
who cannot be googled does not exist.
i guess all commit-comments are lost.
the problem with your analogy: It was actually a working recipe. Maybe written with a bit of humor, but with tasty results.
okay, there are facebook comments and g+ comments, too.
Why are sites to stupid to use an own comment system? There are many ready-to-use systems.
bsd is unix, linux is applied unix.
nope, this doesn't help.
But what helps: get a powered hup. The HOST-Connector powers the rPi (really cool), and the CLIENT-Ports power your usb-devices.
1) eliminating choice is bad
2) Unity is not "de facto". It is only supported by Ubuntu. If you want something widely used, try KDE.
Go use ubuntu and shut up.
Even when there may exist such a distro, go search it yourself. Otherwise look at the suggestions here, and recognize you need to pick the best one, even when it does not have all of your points. Or pay someone to build such a thing. Or do it yourself.
if you really want ubuntu based, try Trisquel. It runs really fine. I am still waiting, if they switch to a Debian base.