Open-source software, sometimes referred as free software, is a kind of software that permits the users to run, copy, distribute, study, change and improve it. Examples include Mozilla Firefox, Android, etc. For whatever reasons, many people care about whether the software they installed is open-source, while others don’t. Here I’ll show you how to achieve different open source levels, from 0% open source to 100% open source.
Ian had been working on a static website which lists and displays all the local meetups in Los Angeles. The challenge was simple: improve the website to look better on a mobile phone.
Disclaimer: I’m no authority on economics. This post is just my 2 cents.
While many people see open source as an ideology, in this post, I would argue that it also contributes to the economic growth in the long run.
How can we solve this issue?
While Dired is great for browsing the file system, it is often annoying that the buffer is not sorted in the way we want to see. While Dired provides the flexible customizing variable dired-listing-switches, it is still not convenient to switch between different sorting criteria quickly. For this reason, I created the Emacs extension dired-quick-sort to make sorting Dired an easy story.