As Arnold Schrijver said at https://codeberg.org/Codeberg/Community/issues/142, the powerful social networking available on the corporate #git repositories may soon be available across non-corporate git repositories like #codeberg https://codeberg.org .
* forum: https://talk.feneas.org/c/forgefed
* notabug.org: https://notabug.org/peers/forgefed
* gitea issue (at github!): https://github.com/go-gitea/gitea/issues/9045
Forgefed may override a major #TyrannyOfConvenience argument for remaining on github.
Two ways Slack reminds me I'm not far away, evolutionarily, from single-cell forms of life:
* When chat has been active, after posting my last update I'll stare at the prompt for a short while before going back to doing something else
* If anybody posts a giphy, my attention constantly gets drawn back to it and this'll happen repeatedly until I minimize it (at some point I'm sure they'll monetize this and disallow minimizing)
@ashfurrow Security patches for my real friends, Real patches for my security friends
FUCK ICE, fuck the GOP:
TLDR: If your university is shifting to an entirely online semester due to the /global pandemic/, you need to transfer to a university with in-person instruction or they'll revoke your VISA.
Instead of uploading all our information to silos like Facebook or Twitter, we should be able to host our own basic (meta)data like avatar, status updates or social connections in a standardized format.
You would then be able to grant services like Facebook or Twitter access to that data via a token, and you could control which service gets access to what kind of data.
Yes, I'm still dreaming of a semantic web.
foss, js, node; privacy, a11y; 18
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