Not currently, no.
There’s an open ticket for that now.
He’s got some good points, I’m interested to hear what he has to say on other topics as well.
Please google these errors, you likely have ports blocked on your system that’s interfering with docker: https://github.com/docker/compose/issues/6998
Nothing to do with lemmy, but a weirdly configured system.
Smelling nice or even neutral isn’t something to benefit you, its so everyone else doesn’t have to experience disgusting and gross smells in public. Your parents are trying to help you not be rude to them and other people, listen to them.
false, “msg”: "Failed to connect to the host via ssh: myuser@myip: Permission denied
Open up an issue in lemmy-ui if you would.
Its a pirates life for me 🌊 🏴☠️
@email@example.com hit the nail on the head, that the biggest danger is convincing current fediverse devs to sell out, which due to our small number, and tiny amount of current funding ( most of us get less funding than youtubers ), would be incredibly easy.
Throw a few fediverse devs some high salaries or payoffs, and you could easily tank the fediverse.
The only way to fight this, and to grow the fediverse, is provide more open funding so that we can add more developers and grow these projects.
Click the 3 dot menu, then block.
Every time someone says females I always think of Quark from star trek deep space 9. “Feeeemales”
I think its a local law issue, but also Germany’s laws against piracy / infringement are almost as draconian as the US’s.
Warning: they are Germany-based, and not friendly to anything piracy-related. They removed a few repos of mine, and I had to move elsewhere.
I have lots of thoughts about this, as I’ve also put a ton of work into adding SSR / isomorphism to lemmy-ui.
Unfortunately though, we do have to build tools on platforms that people actually use.
In order to make coding for the web bearable, people invented templating engines / single page web apps / front end frameworks, in order to get the benefits of real programming language techniques for building UIs. Things like react, angular, solid, or mustache.
But these SPAs have a big problem: they require everyones browser to do a lot of work, before the page will even appear. So SSR lets a back end, usually a node server, build and serve the entire front end to the user, using the same code that the users browser would use.
But also unfortunately, these two worlds never line up exactly, so a lot of work and custom solutions have to be built to fill in the gaps.
All this could have been avoided if microsoft didn’t bork application security in the 90s, which lead people to never trust installing native applications on desktop PCs. Luckily for the most part, android and iOS aren’t committing that same mistake.
Link me a post or comment of yours over there.
I also just did another jerboa release.
There’s already several native android apps, I just did a release for jerboa.
I’d much rather people use and contribute to native apps rather than have 20 PWA’s each taking up the ram space of an entire browser running on their phones.
A few bug fixes:
Single entries please…
My toki pona guide: