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I've used pleroma for some time and I think that I generally like it, so @alex will become my primary account. Please follow it, because this account will have decreased activity.

This account will remain for testing though (at least until I figure out simple enough way to test it without an actual server)

I've used pleroma for some time and I think that I generally like it, so @alex will become my primary account. Please follow it, because this account will have decreased activity.

This account will remain for testing though (at least until I figure out simple enough way to test it without an actual server)

I've used pleroma for some time and I think that I generally like it, so @alex will become my primary account. Please follow it, because this account will have decreased activity.

This account will remain for testing though (at least until I figure out simple enough way to test it without an actual server)

#Pleroma makes same feeling of opensource as I get, when I use #ArchLinux or #Alpine. I pretty enjoy this feeling, so I think I'm gonna stick with it 😊
At last I've tried a feature that implented for #Olifant back when it was #Tootle: using character limit provided by a server (screenshot). It workes! 😜️
It seems that #Olifant actually works with #Pleroma πŸ€” Though, the latter gives results in a lot different way compared to #Mastodon, and it is needed to make some changes in HTML escaping process, to make everything work smoothly and without empty posts.
Which #ActivityPub #relays do you recommend to add to my account?

Please, boost 😁

#question #lazyweb
Okay, #Olifant fails to sign in to pleroma... HTTP 400 Bad Request, it says.

I think I know, what I am gonna do next with it πŸ€”

Just configured my own pleroma instance. Feel free to follow me: @alex

Knowing, how to read RFC's just helped me in my work to predict, how can I get ISO 639 from `window.navigator.language` . Especially knowing how to read ABNF-notation 😁

How Flash games shaped the video game industry: flashgamehistory.com
Great resource!

has firefox in community repo. And it actually works on Raspberry Pi 3b+

Installing Alpine on RPi 3b+ because I got a bit tired and I want to detach from "shiny" tech

@nebunez the legendary book Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs (SICP) could be an excellent introduction to Scheme, it is often strongly recommended, I liked it very much.

Also, I think How To Design Programs (another book) might be worth checking out in a second time.

Both are freely available online πŸŽ‰

Morning!

My vacation is over and it is time to work a bit... Then VictorOps calls and tells me I have an incident.

*sigh*

(full disclosure: everything is fine, it was a false alarm caused by Graphene deciding to lag again)

I have written first update on in case you are interested and development progress. Feel free to follow those updates πŸ˜„οΈ

cleac.me/olifant.html#27-jul-2

gitlab.com is really a slow one. Even for opening pages just to display basic contents...

My crappy old #smartphone (that I couldn't find a replacement #battery for) is always plugged in whenever I use it, otherwise it shuts down after a few seconds. The swollen battery has gotten even bigger/worse now. One end is popping out. (I got double-sided tape under it so it stays in place.)

Can't use the phone plugged in without the battery in there, but maybe this is dangerous? πŸ€”

I use it as a webcam. I'd like to keep using it. But what to do with about battery?
#technology #safety

Thing I dislike about model of usage of git with forks: I need have a remote branch for every single contributor to review their changes not just in code, but in action.

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