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Sergey Bugaev

Today on the Internet, I learned that because Mastodon is free, I must be its product.

Mastodon will never give you up.

Mastodon will never let you down.

Mastodon will never run around and desert you.

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Most importantly, stop putting institutional events on Facebook, stop using it at universities, stop making participation in Facebook mandatory through your institutional, organization, and activist roles. You can be online, and social, and connected without supporting Facebook.

Is it just me, or is Vimeo way better than YouTube? Staff picks from actual humans, interesting short documentaries, cool artsy flicks. Everything on YouTube feels so lowbrow and clickbaity in comparison:

- autoplaying video that follows you in the sidebar
- unmute button where you would expect the pause button
- sign up for our spam pops in from the side as you scroll
- another autoplaying video on the bottom that unpauses if you scroll in any direction

the web was a fucking mistake

Cloud-cutting is when you get rid of all those cloud services, sort of like cord-cutting.

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"The child will notify the parent when it dies"

"If the parent dies before the child, it has no parent to notify, so it becomes a zombie"

Someone didn't think these terms through when inventing processes

I wish I had the money to use Oracle SQL databases. I’d still use postgres everywhere, but damn we could spend that cash on so many other nice things


LG just open sourced #webOS. It is the first release of a #FOSS webOS since 2012, and you can run it on a #RaspberryPi 3.

They did it to foster the #startup scene in Korea:

There is a new framework for it which is not #EnyoJS anymore 😭 but looks quite great, it is #React based, called #EnactJS

Highlights: πŸ‘‰ #QT and #QML for native stuff
πŸ‘‰ services using #NodeJS
πŸ‘‰ #Chromium as a runtime for apps

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Flathub has updated builds for Builder 3.28 on the stable channel now. I experimented with more optimized builds this cycle. It feels quite reactive!

Our nightly channel is both a debug build and very assertion heavy. I'm that style of C programmer. Assert all the things.

So going to a release build can make quite a difference.

@hergertme it's hard to judge without any context, but I'd say "massive" means more like "solid", "great" than "bloated"

TFW I land a perfect 0-characters-left toot

@ng0 @dthompson @catonano as someone who programs in Rust, cargo (our build system and package manager) is a *godsend*; easily one of the best things about Rust. But as someone who loves everything nicely integrated system-wide, I realize this is not ideal for distros. Rust/cargo devs are well aware of that too, that's why we have "cargo vendor" and rust2rpm and the work is underway on better integration between cargo and other build systems. So yay πŸ˜€, I guess?

sleepy iliana

but I wanna write ruuuuuuust

about 4 days ago i had this incredibly stupid musical idea and it keep hearing it in my head. it won't go away

so i've had to actually create it

i present to you: the