extended xcape alternative, also working under wayland. Can be used to remap any key to output any key (combination) on single tap or long hold. Can also be configured for special double-tap setting that I have not fully understood yet.
Chill is a bit of a stretchy definition for this one, (e.g. Celeste might be a cozy adventure but rarely chill gameplay, Owlboy is also very hype)
but they are at least generally in the chill-comfy-cozy zone for much of their runtime
Webtop - Alpine, Ubuntu, Fedora, and Arch based docker containers containing full desktop environments in officially supported flavors accessible via any modern web browser.
You simply navigate to the hosted page and can instantly work in your favorite linux environment --- this seems extremely futuristic. And could be useful to many (I am thinking e.g. of using Windows-only library PCs or doing something at a family's/ friend's house).
Postgres docker containers have a problem of multiple restarts.
A simple way to check for them being 'up' up (i.e. initialized, reachable, and ready) is not through pg_isready but instead by checking on the set database port (default 5432) if a connection can be established.
It will not send anything back really since it's not designed as an http server. So curl -sFfI db:5432 for example will get back 52 Empty Reply with status code 52. If you want to check with that make sure to compare to error code 52!
The easiest option if another container has to wait for this one to start up (and especially in a docker stack environment where no wait_for option exists) is: nc db 5432 which will only return true when the port is ready.
An example for the nextcloud fpm container waiting for database readiness: entrypoint: sh -c "while !(nc -z db 5432); do sleep 1; done; /entrypoint.sh php-fpm"
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