Squint hard enough and it sure looks like a command line interface.
Offline friends, do you think that the Linux ecosystem is increasingly copying the bad parts of software distribution from Windows and macOS?
Surely typing/saying the below Alpine command to install Firefox is way easier than who knows what multi–stage process other operating systems require.
apk add firefox
Google’s search box (rather tongue in cheek) is the most popular command line
interface in use today. With ,
installing and running
firefox would just be a phrase equivalent that compiles
On NixOS, we can already do stuff like that. Of course, NixOS lacks a translation/encapsulation layer for imperative to declarative specification — so user friendliness suffers dramatically.
I’ve got so many feeds in my feed reader that selectively filtering terms is a necessity — it gets real meta huh? I know all I need to know about Next.js at this point, no more :-)
Follow a sufficiently diverse set of feeds and you’ll eventually see filter bubbles in “real time”. Across countries, technology, corporate blogs, politics, news, food, entertainment, you name it — there’s selective information filtering. All of us are in our own distorted perception of reality.