Where is the conversation on #dweb alive, other than technology-specific communities?
The web didn't model apps. Webapps were a hack, and the beginning of siloization. To fix, the #dweb needs to separate what the user does from how, so that how becomes a choice, no matter what.
Writing Python for the #dweb, you shouldn't import antigravity. The user could add antigravity to your function if they need it.
Free people have choice. The new #dweb must gather potentiality and sort best options. Attention is currency. Manage your budget.
To be free, we need high level building blocks anyone can compose programs with. Take a lesson from shell scripting, but level it up with the #dweb.
Everything closed is dead. If I can't open and fix it, I can be sure it will eventually break, if not already. Let's free ourselves with the #dweb with succinct, legible code, or nil.
Imagine using a web with no sidebars, menus, or embedded links. How would you have conversations, edit, and move between documents? This is the question we need to answer with the #dweb.
Connections don't need to stay open unless I know what I'm downloading. On the #dweb, apps/tools/links should be written to exit fast or give constant visual feedback. Kill everything that doesn't.
When I'm reading, I shouldn't have to wonder what the page I'm reading is doing. Let's make it impossible to misbehave on the #dweb.
There's been some progress in producing actual free software builds of the Android SDK. We'll need some help tp bring it over the finish line: https://forum.f-droid.org/t/call-for-help-making-free-software-builds-of-the-android-sdk/4685
#foss #fdroid #android
My semicolon key is borked. This has suddenly become a significant factor driving my adoption of #Kotlin.
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