So, now if you reply to my posts, the discussion will be easier to follow, since the post I'm replying to is shown above my reply. Isn't it awesome?
Note that reply contexts are archived. If you change your reply, there's no way for me to know that you changed it and update the reply context automatically!
heh, I have posts denormalized in my database (so, always referenced by URL) — after receiving an update webmention for a post, the updated version shows up in all reply contexts.
(at the cost of some complex and not-very-fast PL/pgSQL procedures :D)
heh i just quit twitter
my habit now is lobste.rs, the orange website and some subreddits (/r/Buttcoin especially) and tumblr
It's pretty good. I run FreeBSD on Scaleway's ThunderX1 KVM VPS.
I/O was awfully slow though, until I discovered that it was because MSI-X was not used because of some silly blacklist thing. Fix:
This indieweb thing here also has similar concepts (replies etc.), why doesn't it count as social media? :)
It's hard to imagine a centralized way of banning websites online.
Seems like the fediverse/Mastodon world is moving towards shared instance block lists, i.e. pick some people you trust and import their block list. For now it doesn't seem to be a proper automated feature, just random github repos like the (awesomely named) BLOCKchain.
Works on Arm Cluster still lists ThunderX2 with an asterisk (early/NDA)… is it actually generally available now?
10.04?? You were actually using an 8 year old version? o_0
ooh. I like the name more than the font itself though :D
Bridgy Fed makes it automatic! There's a bug currently, but it used to work very well
ooh, Reeder is still a thing! I remember that from back in the day… (not really using Apple devices these days)
It's been about:blank for a few years now :) used to use some service (start… .io?) back in the day
I added a limit of 2 photos max to my reader, now the feed doesn't blow up :)
Encouraging mf2json in an alternate? woah, what happened to the anti-sidefile fight, the html-as-one-true-source idea?
woah that's a giant photo gallery… and it's on your main feed in full!
heh. I like podcasts in theory, but I spend too much time just doing things on my PC, so it's not a good situation for actually listening to them…
Since the ICO "sector" is full of scammers, I wouldn't recommend anyone to use ICOs for any real products. You'd be instantly associating yourself with scammers!