Man pages are awesome. They genuinely are. In any *nix system you can just get documentation on your programs or even some programming things (namely a lot of C stuff, this was very useful in University) offline by just using a tiny simple command.
As you can see, this website is kinda different. I remade it, just because why not. I was previously using Hexo with a nice theme called cactus (properly altered to match my preference), but at some point I got tired of that as well.
Alright, I started writing some unit tests for Feeds and I wanted to integrate them into meson, so that I can just run meson test or ninja test during build and have them run automagically.
It finally happened, Feeds is now part of the World group! Here’s the new repository! But don’t worry, I’ll keep up with the existing GitLab mirror. This doesn’t change too much in terms of development, but it surely makes the app more discoverable.
Feeds version 0.8 is coming. This release have been a little overdue, since I finally decided to change the name of the app from gnome-feeds to just gfeeds. This has to do with the use of the GNOME name, and besides even GNOME apps don’t use the GNOME prefix in their names.