A simple stateless privacy-protecting URL redirecting service for Matrix (by matrix-org)


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    Finally: if you're interested in dipping your toes in without committing to a system fully managed by Nix and you're a macOS user, nix-darwin [6] provides a pretty NixOS-like experience using a module system and CLI based on NixOS'. There's nothing equally complete in terms of managing system services in a declarative fashion on non-NixOS Linux, but home-manager [7] provides some functionality for enabling user-mode services in a declarative style.

    You can check whether your favorite software is packaged for Nix here [8], and additionally NixOS does support several other forms of cross-distro packaging/deployment, including Flatpak, Snap, AppImage, and Docker. Steam support is native and works without much fuss, too.