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Fushuan [he/him] @lemm.ee

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Too much of a good thing? Spain's green energy can exceed demand, country is looking at storing capacity or buyers to solve electricity oversupply
  • I agree in principle but as always, it's super unfair to place the main blame on normal citizens when there's companies spending way, way more than citizens ever will, and those companies prefer to spend money bribing politicians so that their excessive electricity usage is ignored instead of investing in alternative ways of managing their needs.

    I don't have numbers to back my statement right now but I don't think they are necessary.

    I do agree that there are plenty people that waste the resources given to them, but they are not a majority and and I usually just complain to them directly, generalising about them before the actual major factors only pits us against each other.

  • Someone appreciates you at least
  • Oh, I find it weird that many latin american countries name dishes as other common words, but now that you mention it it's true.

    At least in Spain, and according to google translate and deepl (I checked to make sure), tostada is the literal translation of toast and it's used as such.

  • Too much of a good thing? Spain's green energy can exceed demand, country is looking at storing capacity or buyers to solve electricity oversupply
  • I'm sorry, but private companies price gouging it and getting record profits will never be better than the alternative you are proposing.

    If it was actually cheap the tax would increase, simple as that. The government had to reduce the tax to compensate for the rpice during covid and the fucking companies raised the price so much that we ended up with higher prices than before, post tax.

    Your alternative sounds great...

  • Too much of a good thing? Spain's green energy can exceed demand, country is looking at storing capacity or buyers to solve electricity oversupply
  • Too high, it's generally advised to avoid using electricity when possiblenand a lot of people are on special plans where it's cheaper on specific hours to save more money.

    To have the gall to complain when the electrical company had tons of profits with the price gouging they did during covid, where the government tried to lower it by reducing the tax, and the companies raised it way more to make it even more expensive then before. There's few industries that I hate more than the electricity industry in Spain.

  • Ukraine rule
  • It's not being caused by the ones providing weapons, but the attackers though?

    Are you the kind of people that thells people not to help the bullied kid against the bully because it will just make them take more hits? Just surrender to the bully, easy.

  • Simple fix on KDE wayland for windows to remember their last position

    Thanks to /u/[email protected] for mentioning KDE window rules. In KDE, we can add rules for windows so that they behave in specific ways. One rule that can be added is the position: remember rule, and it's possible to make that rule apply to all windows by removing the match field. This way, closing and reopening windows keeps them where they were.

    This is a very typical complaint about wayland that a lot of people have, something that apparently worked natively with X11 and annoyed me to no end since I had to position all the windows every day when logging into my desktop. No more! I hope this helps :)

    https://imgur.com/a/zrvbRPI

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