I've been off Mastodon for a while, due to... basically upending my whole deal and joining a nonprofit investigative journalism startup: themarkup.org. Incidentally, we've got a log of hiring to do. Please have a look and send on to people who might like to see the opportunities in this first round! Most are based in New York, but I have a couple remote-friendly positions in there too:
@KelsonV you can set a network to "metered" in the wifi advanced settings (at least on 9) which should prevent updates. But I don't know if you can set that as default for new networks...
Initial thoughts on Fallout 76 after a little beta and a little release time:
* Doing a quest together as a co-op team is done weirdly: each member of the team must perform all objectives individually.
* Finding things to do that match your skill level is hard; you may die/respawn a lot at first.
* Real-time VATS is ok, not as bad as I feared.
* Stimpaks and adhesive are more valuable than gold.
* Have encountered few other players so far, so no strong opinions on interactions/pvp.
@timotheus yeah, trying making a more consistent build environment for my ogv.js emscripten builds, which should help with setting up some kind of automated testing / CI. Never really built anything with docker before, just ran a couple things, so ... still at kicking-the-tires stage. :D
@KelsonV in the future, sun-grown veggies will be highly prized (and priced accordingly) as "free-range produce" :)
@Greg stay hydrated and don't breath outside! :(
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@KelsonV I remember that! Was good stuff.
Flickr has a blog post on how they plan to keep the commons with their new limits on free accounts.
1. Flickr Commons partnership with NASA, Smithsonian, etc are staying.
2. All Creative Commons licensed photos uploaded & licensed before Nov. 1 are staying, even on free accounts with more than 1000 photos. (Further uploads will be limited until they either buy a Pro account or drop below 1000)
3. Non-profits can apply for free, unlimited accounts.
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