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William Casarin @jb55@maly.io

just loaded up the witness on steam play on linux. worked great! performance wasn't too bad!

I think this and keyboard-select are must haves if you use urxvt: github.com/muennich/urxvt-perl

"Bake for 19-20 minutes"

Why? Surely such a narrow range couldn't compensate for much variance in oven heat.

that's not what I had in mind emacs

I'm liking the new reddit redesign

nice thing I see mailing list code review do that people on github don't do: interdiffs between patchset revisions. "What has changed since the last proposed changes" is nice instead of just tacking on more fixup commits.

Updated list of #ActivityPub projects in development and/or ready to use:

Twitter -> #Mastodon and #Pleroma

DropBox/Google Drive -> @nextcloud

YouTube -> #PeerTube ( @Chocobozzz )

Instagram -> @pixelfed and @anfora

GrooveShark -> @funkwhale

MeetUp -> @GetTogetherComm

Medium -> #Plume ( @BaptisteGelez ) and @write_as

Reddit -> @prismo and Anancus ( @tuxether )

Google Calendar -> @calendar_social

Feedly -> #ReadAs ( @write_as )

500px -> @peerpx

#Fediverse #federation

Since there are some podcast-people here. Wouldn't it be great to build a #podcast platform in the #fediverse? You would still have the obligatory rss feed, but also #AP to have the interaction both ways. You could automatically use Mastodon to access the comment section of a particular episode. Maybe we have to convince Tim Pritlove that this is something that has to go into #podlove ;)

decided to go with actix-web instead of implementing an http server myself... I'm surprised you can hit this level of expressiveness with such a low level lang: gist.github.com/jb55/1f3bd007b

this is the simplest activitystreams encoding in rust I could come up with that seems to parse most of the test examples gist.github.com/jb55/23cc11a3f (modulo additional object fields)

Or is everyone just using matrix these days

Lets talk about the free software dating scene. As a twenty year old single male I think it's very hard to find a girl who's actually interested in free software. I've had girls jokingly ask to "Netflix and chill" but when I tell her that I don't use Netflix since Netflix requires proprietary software to stream content, they stop talking to me. And worse if they do stay they think I'm weird since I blocked google IP's in my host file and we can't even watch youtube. I can't ever seem to get girls to come over to my place and I can't text them either. Once I get their numbers since I've added customs roms to my phone and refuse to use sms since it's a security concern I require all of my friends to download a free and open source messaging app and I share with them my public gpg key so that we can verify that our conversations are secure. None of my friends are willing to do this. And I can't use sites like tinder since it's not only proprietary software but a major privacy vulnerability. How come it is so hard to find a girl concerned about software freedom. I feel like I'm going to be a virgin forever.

EDIT: Btw the this post is GPLv3. So feel free to use it however you want but please send you changes back to me.

I think I severly underestimated the size of the rust dev community. every project has like 5000 stars on github.

someone make me a logo for "wolfsocks"

fine I'll use rust for this activitypub server