Also, as part of my project for donating to issues, I've implemented a cryptocurrency API library that stateless and pretty easy to work with.
Some parts are pretty naive (bitcoin implementation is a wrapper of electrum), but something that works is better than something that better but don't exist yet. If you know some way to do it better (unfortunately, I didn't found any mature light wallet libraries), I'll be happy to hear your thoughts.
All crowdfunding services for "support open-source" for some reason wants people to pay crazy fees like 10% of the payout.
So, I've implemented my own one:
― Multiple cryptocurrencies in the future (you can help!).
TIL there is a synthetic "interslavic" language which is designed to be understood by speakers of all Slavic languages right away.
And it works! At least for me :-)
It looks there's still no generic way to add a menu entry to all applications.
In the end, I've implemented a minimalistic filesystem (https://github.com/jollheef/appvm/blob/master/dot-desktop-fuse/main.go) that mirrors the content of original .desktop files and adds entries that I need.
Enjoy GNU/Linux on desktop 2020, lol.
Do we actually need it? Seems like no one has really used it since the beginning.
I think this can be the main use-case of http://github.com/jollheef/appvm for most of the users. Here's the demo of opening pdf file inside a virtual machine in one simple command.
Looking forward to integrating inside the desktop platforms (xdg-open?).