@ferh nah my comment was fine, you're just being a dick. I'm done with this place. bye

nm , this instance is shit too. You can find me on @jb55 for now until I find somewhere else

maly.io is a small free speech instance for people who don't care for the authoritarian nonsense. I would host my own but masto is a horrible software stack that I wouldn't dare put near any of my servers.

I would finish my activitypub rust server but the spec is a nightmare. sigh. back to twtxt...

lol at devs hardcoding censorship into their masto apps. good luck with that.

telnet mapscii.me # For maps in your terminal from OpenStreetMap. Use arrow keys to move around and a/z to zoom in/out. Or use your mouse if your terminal supports that.

> build a decentralized commune for all the comrades

> nazis: cool project guys mind if we use this we're getting deplatformed everywhere else.

> commies: wait no.

~mcf has annotated his C compiler on SourceHut, which is an interesting codebase to click through:


Rewriting a document rendering Makefile with Nix, and I'm again struck by how good it is. Need Pandoc and TexLive? Specific fonts? Post-processing tools? Spell checkers? You got it. It's all there, unified in Nix with an actual programming language.

@Wolf480pl luckily bitlbee saves the day here yet again. Makes discord servers work like normal IRC servers in weechat. No horrible bloaty apps needed.

@kai yeah I'm looking into github.com/dylex/slack-libpurp because it looks like it might use their API? bitlbee supports libpurple chat plugins.

bitlbee is amazing. I now have skype (work fml) and discord integrated into my weechat. looking into slack now. no longer need to run bloaty electron apps.

@sir true, for end user software. It's insanely good at specific things, like building parsers (parsec), but yeah the bloat is to much to swallow for most situations.

@sir I've set up so many blogs in my day, from something tumblr-based long ago to static site gens. I'm so lazy now I just rsync plaintext files to my server. gopher support out of the box! plaintext is future tech.

Just did my first in-person trade where I signed a Bitcoin tx at home and sent it to my phone. I then connected to my full node over zerotier, my full node is connected to the network via Tor.

I was able to use @samourai_official to broadcast the transaction to my full node during the trade, worked flawlessly. Bonus that my full node watches my trezor accounts, and sends me an encrypted email on wallet activity, so I could see that it worked right away.

That was cool.

twitter locked my account for no reason. why do I go there again?

nouveau locking up when coming out of sleep. fun.

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