been hacking on this literate babel plugin. it's very close to complete but I'm getting a dumb babel error
I guess the main motivation to literately compose tests is then you're writing about how to use the code write next to the examples, which is sorta like psuedo-testing what you're saying the thing does. And usage documentation is fairly subjective so it fits a handwritten, flexible style
Fun part is with TypeScript the API docs can be generated from the source code. Handwriting this kind of documentation is too messy
A site that lets you view any instance live:
Wizard to help you choose an instance:
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Getting off google everything, facebook, twitter, microsoft...
Also, it’s recently come to light that twitter employees abused their access to help foreign governments.
The fediverse is small and “nichey”, but we should be cognizant that our activity is most likely being collect and analyzed for various purposes.