Day 15: Learned about orphaned branches in #git and was able to smooth out my 2 forks 1 repo issue on github! Did some #scss theme refactoring for my favourite #Mastodon instance (this one 💝) to streamline future theme changes without colliding with other styles. Yay success!
@gemlog "Show us the code" https://github.com/ashfurrow/mastodon/pull/11/files
I have an entry for a Mastodon Dev server on my machine in my /etc/hosts file:
I can ping it by IP and domain name.
I can curl it by IP and domain name
I can browse it by IP, but none of my browsers can *browse* it by domain name.
Of course, all my XHR requests are failing by domain name as well 100% of the time.
I haven't ever had this problem before - fresh install of Linux Mint. Has anyone come up on this problem?
Gute Nacht #mastodon
#Mastodon conversation pro tip (that I already learned the hard way): Think you have a response to a toot? Click on the toot before replying. There may be a whole thread of conversation where someone's already said the thing you're about to say.
I really like the #favorites feature in Mastodon as a way to show someone I appreciate their toot without replying. I kinda wish #mastodon had a bookmarking feature separate from favorites though as I utilize favorites to keep track of things I want to refer to later on. I don't want to clog it up with all of my encouragement to others to keep tooting the good toots.
How does one go about #embedding the same piece of media the pretty way multiple times? Do we use markdown? BBCode? HTML? I'd like to keep my overhead on this instance down.
I've made myself a #list for spammy news bots. I want to see the news here sometimes, but I don't want it all up in my home feed.
Adding a user to a list doesn't seem to stop their chatter in the home pane. Tried to filter out the bots by "user" in the filters, couldn't figure out how to do it. Anyone do this sort of thing on #Mastodon ?
I'm a Linux nerd, web developer, gamer, drummer and music lover.
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!