FOSDEM 2019: Introduction to OpenAPI Specification https://peertube.social/videos/watch/d51a1a56-6952-4e31-9bee-b2e2256b4f10
I have a hard time identifying or delineating non-toxic masculinity from non-toxic non-masculinity because I've reached a place where I'm not really sure what gender… even… is. Like, if I look directly at it, it vanishes.
But I'm pretty confident that I'm a man and therefore my masculinity is whatever the fuck I say it is. Painting your nails or wearing a dress could be masculine. Whatever. Being non-toxic (e.g. caring, comforting, supporting, etc.) while being a man is non-toxic masculinity.
Does someone know how to set up GitLab CI?
I would need help for setting up the .gitlab-ci.yml file and also about changes on build.gradle
Thanks for helping/sharing.
Hey, keep your politics out of my capitalism, OK? #lerna
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The reaction we should be having to watching Will Wheaton get bullied and harassed out of the fediverse is not "I thought you people would be better!" It's "I thought Mastodon was designed to protect people from exactly this."
Peoples is peoples, and we're going to find ways to be mean to each other no matter how we organize ourselves. Technology can constrain that meanness, or amplify it. Twitter's a megaphone. Can we build Mastodon into a nice set of noise-cancelling headphones?
I wonder why there is no such rss-to-activitypub gateway that would convert pull-based RSS/Atom feeds into push-based Activity streams, i.e. that will check all subscribed feeds for changes and publish new items to the Fediverse. Is a lack of such gateway caused by fear of polluting Fediverse with tons of anonymously generated rss links?
I noticed I haven't shared the link to my latest Stoplight guest post yet so here we go ... It's a piece about #APISecurity in #OpenAPI: https://blog.stoplight.io/api-security-in-openapi-b105ae725a08
OpenAPI TSC member, APIs.guru maintainer, cat person, node.js hacker, AMA.
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