Alternativeto is not itself FOSS or anything, but it's nonetheless a handy tool for finding open alternatives for proprietary software & services.
There's an _Open Source_ filter under _Licenses_.
I've found a lot of good stuff there.
Does podman run (among other commands) have a noconfirm type of option/config? Like apt's `$ apt-get install --yes pacman`, which will install pacman and automatically answer yes to any questions that might pop-up.
In podman, when you have a conf like this in */etc/containers/registries.conf:*
unqualified-search-registries = ['some-mirror.org', 'docker.io']
and you run something like:
`$ podman run -it --rm archlinux bash -C "echo hello world"`
It might happen that both of those registries have a container called `archlinux`. In this case podman will stop and ask you to choose. I would like to just default to the first option.
Here's a blog post about container registries and podman (which didn't help but it's still interesting): https://www.redhat.com/sysadmin/manage-container-registries
For the first time ever I had to manually download dictionary files (to my e-reader). So I headed online expecting to find a clear king-of-the-hill free & open English-English dictionary, but it turned out that this was easier said than done.
With my brief search I found the *StarDict* dictionaries, available [here](https://sites.google.com/site/gtonguedict/home/stardict-dictionaries).
So, this is thread about open dictionaries!
- Share you're favourite dictionaries
- Is StarDict the go-to?
- General thoughts on the matter
This at least seems like a good sign, although it could also be the action of a company that evaluates the risk of getting caught high.