32.1k stars for a GitHub repository that's essentially a collection of falsehoods and personal opinions 😒
If you're starting out with #golang, just be aware that a certain repo claims to represent golang "standards", when it really does quite the opposite.
I won't even post the link here, this one has wasted enough people's time.
in 2020 a happy alignment of the stars got me into @yaxu 's Tidal Club course while I was looking for a pandemic hobby, and i found in #tidalcycles a beautiful method to begin realising a couple decades' worth of musical ideas. And the Tidal/algorave community is a singularly incredible place
after 2 years practicing and participating in a few online events, i feel like i'm just getting started, and hope this spot can help me discipline sharing what i'm making (i was never good at it) and breathe from what like-minded peers are doing
Ah, toothing pains on new platforms.
So lets try this again, an #introduction after 2 years of lurking.
When I am not in a digital mood, I have an eclectic mix of analog noise boxes.
So if anyone is still looking for an instance or you want to help start a community, you can join here!
It's gonna be a pretty wholesome place so if you are interested you can join. If you are already happy where you are at least help me boost so more people know of it :P
#Pebble 1.1 is officially out!
I'm super excited about the new features & changes, but I spent all night writing up the patch notes, so I'll have to talk more about it tomorrow!
A few years ago I made this flow chart of which Mastodon posts end up in which timelines!
So, you can see how each instance will have a different local timeline, and even a slightly different federated timeline - and you can see why the federated timeline moves so much faster than the local one, too.
This is why it's important to boost good posts and use hashtags - the fediverse is fragmented and harder to search by nature.
#feditips It takes a while to really feel the difference here compared to other social media, but its great.
You only get notifications when another human does something.
People are less prone to flame wars, and the fediverse structure actually discourages and limits it.
Its actively anti-advertisement/anti-influencer.
... There are still so many cats, cats everywhere, how does a much smaller network still have this many cats all over the place?!
decentralist, turtle stacker, cycle carpenter, failing minimalist
This Mastodon instance is for people interested in technology. Discussions aren't limited to technology, because tech folks shouldn't be limited to technology either!