@shadowfacts @JPEG As someone who’s only been doing this about a year or so, I’ve written tons of bad code. I can’t make any excuses for someone else’s work, but everything is a learning experience. Since he’s talented enough to get people to pay attention to his stuff, I think it’s a safe bet code quality will improve with time.
Alright, just posted a write-up about the paradox of tolerance. This one will be visible on planet.gnome.org, so there will definitely be some discussion about it.
@warriorstar: Push notifications require a backend service that cost money to run. Supporting something with ongoing cost indefinitely with a one-time purchase just doesn't make sense. Their options were to either shut down, monetize user data, or charge a subscription. I think they made the best choice.
@snder @brunoph 's desktop mac app Mastonaut is another good option to put on your apps page https://apps.apple.com/us/app/mastonaut/id1450757574?mt=12
@tewha They’re fine. But they can be a bit messy. I’d recommended an appropriately sized pour over instead. Great coffee and much easier cleanup.
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