New Maintainer for CommandLineFu

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Welcome to Jon H. (@fart), the new maintainer of CommandLineFu. . In the absence of a forum, I encourage people welcome him, here, in the comments. . Also... What would you like to improve/change about the site?

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By: flatcap
2015-04-06 13:43:04

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welcome!
gargolito · 163 weeks and 6 days ago
Hi Jon - welcome to the group ,,
StevenDupuis · 163 weeks and 6 days ago
Hey thanks guys! I'm still getting to know the backend and getting a proper handle on things before making any big changes, but by all means, feel free to reach out with suggestions or questions or anything of the sort!
jonhendren · 163 weeks and 6 days ago
I think I (inadvertently broke and) fixed adding commands to favorites and up/down voting. CloudFlare was caching javascript and breaking it. Should be fixed now in case anyone experienced that.
jonhendren · 163 weeks and 4 days ago
What I would like to see more here : -ways to interact with other people (comments reply notifications, direct messages, ...) -it would be great to identify quickly if this neat command I see here will work on, say, a Solaris box where only ksh88 is available
snaguber · 156 weeks and 4 days ago

What do you think?

Any thoughts on this command? Does it work on your machine? Can you do the same thing with only 14 characters?

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