Instead of me taking on Emacs keys here are smarter people than me:
Joking aside, even Mosaic was champion in usability once you manage to connect to internet (which was not really its fault).
User interface was explainable in 2 seconds to everyone - you point and click.
Then surfing without surfboard was invented overnight.
Some people told me I can surf internet today with EMACS (seen something but I need to find right key combination)
@ljgww_rb if so, I think it's time for some emacs tutorial or the book 😀 . some keys for starters - https://gist.github.com/robphoenix/9e4db767ab5c912fb558
about menu - https://github.com/syl20bnr/spacemacs/issues/5508
about last question - yes, i think
I'm going to watch, once again, this beautiful keynote by Avdi Grimm:
Ahh yes. On Friday I have tried to install Ruby (2.5) on windows @work. It went surprisingly easy.
Then I have re-visited folders where I have tried ruby earlier and found that I already experimented with Sinatra even wrote some example. But... I also found that example I wrote in 2015 did not work with the new version of Ruby, with some strange exception message. I did not have time to investigate. I would need to refresh my memory about Ruby itself 😉
@ljgww_rb personally I prefer asdf for version management, but RVM is a great tool. Here is the documentation you were searching for: https://rvm.io/rvm/install#try-out-your-new-rvm-installation
Don't sweat it though, reading documentation is an art form.
OK need #recommendation ...
Which Ruby version to use?
In my case on debian Linux and on Windows (I will use Macs again when this trillion company becomes decent again, if ever)
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