No Maintenance Intended is a snippet of markup (or markdown) you can add to your site or app to ensure that users understand that they're on their own and can stuff right off if they think any work is going to get done for them. Same for would-be contributors and their annoying pull requests.
If you’re here, that likely means a project linked you here.
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Open Source is rewarding but it can also be exhausting sometimes.
Already removed from major browsers, Adobe Flash now suffers the second death of being forgotten. Google will soon deindex Flash from its search results. Goodbye, Flash, writes Google engineering manager Dong-Hwi Lee. I still remember my son playing endless number of Flash games until my wife yelled at him. It’s time to go to bed, […]
The EFF’s Panopticlick tool (previously) is now a general purpose testing suite for browser privacy, checking Do Not Track, the effectiveness of ad- and tracker-blocking, and providing details on your browser’s fingerprint. [via Hacker News]
As much as some of us fear the loss of our jobs to robots, there’s one job we’re pretty sure they are welcome to: vacuuming. There’s nothing quite like kicking back and watching a robot vacuum do one of the most time-consuming tasks on the household chore list. And there are few ‘bots that do […]
Got some aches that a lazy rubdown won’t put a dent in? Give your muscles an early Christmas with these massage guns. If you’ve never tried one, they’re all designed to bring deep tissue relief, and they’re all at Black Friday prices now. JAWKU Muscle Blaster V2 Cordless Percussion Massage Gun This cordless massager exerts […]
Just about everybody from small-time app developers to big database administrators loves Linux. But just because it’s open-source doesn’t mean its secrets are open to everybody. For that, you need a comprehensive training program like the Complete Linux System Administrator Bundle. If you’re chasing any kind of career in coding, this is the online regimen […]