I've been wondering about this a while, and just mentioned it in another thread, so I'm going to #askmastodon: Recommend a compact notebook (Field Notes or Moleskine pocket size) that will fit in a back pocket but is sturdy enough to not get all crumpled and beat up from being constantly sat upon.
Any ideas on how to document medium-sized software projects (in #Scala)? I'm not talking about in-code documentation - I have that covered, but about generic #documentation about processes, design decisions, techniques... just some structured general knowledge about the project. As an example, I think I need something like the documentation of Eclipse Scala IDE (https://github.com/scala-ide/docs). Any experience on this? Opinions on #reStructuredText and Scala? Maybe alternatives? #askmastodon
technical question...are there mats of material that is smooth but has an _unusually_ high sliding friction or resistance to having objects pushed along the surface? sort of like the sheets of foam-rubbery material you can get to put on the bottom of kitchen drawers, but, like...even more resistant to sliding?
#askmastodon anyone know what's going on with the instance mastodon.social ? Can't access it.