✨ krawieck ✨

I’m making lemmur alongside @shilangyu

I like coding and video editing

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Joined 2Y ago
Cake day: Aug 03, 2020


lol how do you replace tinder with rss?

unpaid internship for a year!? wtf! how is that legal? is this a normal practice in the US?

in my country there’s a limit of 3 months for unpaid internships

i think awards would be a good way for people to support independent instances

i think i’d be cute. tho i think they’d be more suitable for comments rather than posts

i have to strongly disagree. they do a lot of stuff that would be regarded as evil: making their devices as hard to repair as possible, fucking over independent developers, pushing their subscriptions inside of iOS (“get Apple Arcade/Music/TV Free for 3 Months!” with hopes that you forget about them charging your card). the bottom line is that privacy (or rather the perception of privacy) is their brand so they have to do things that reinforce it in minds of their users.

I personally think it’s worth trying out. I used dwm for a while and it was a pretty pleasant experience

NLNet funding for lemmur
Lemmur is receiving funding from NLNet foundation 🎉. Thanks to it we will be able to work on a set of features that will greatly improve lemmur. The full amount is €10000. Below are all the features with the payout amounts. It's important to note that the order is arbitrary and not reflective of the order in which we will do them. # [Milestones](https://github.com/LemmurOrg/lemmur/milestone/2) ## 1. Onboarding [(#35)](https://github.com/LemmurOrg/lemmur/issues/35) Creating an onboarding experience for new users. Will help users new to the Fediverse as well those that are familiar with it to get started with Lemmy. * The Fediverse and Lemmy is explained to a new user * A list of curated instances is presented so that they can be added * User can log in or stay anonymous Amount: €400 ## 2. Drafts [(#262)](https://github.com/LemmurOrg/lemmur/issues/262) Saving comment/post drafts that can be restored at a later time. * When a comment is left unfinished it is saved as a draft and can be restored later * When a post is left unfinished it is saved as a draft and can be restored later Amount: €800 ## 3. Theming system [(#178)](https://github.com/LemmurOrg/lemmur/issues/178) Customizable, personal theming that can be shared with others. * An interface where many visual aspects of lemmur can be changed * A theme can be exported to a portable file * A previously exported theme can be imported Amount: €1400 ## 4. Live updates [(#279)](https://github.com/LemmurOrg/lemmur/issues/279) Live updates through WebSockets in chosen places. * New comments on a post appear automatically * Comment/post scores are automatically updated * In-app notifications Amount: €1200 ## 5. Caching [(#280)](https://github.com/LemmurOrg/lemmur/issues/280) * Instance pages are cached * Community pages are cached * User profiles are cached * Posts are cached * Sorting of community/instance/comment section is cached Amount: €1100 ## 6. Internationalization [(#49)](https://github.com/LemmurOrg/lemmur/issues/49) Translate the app into other languages. * Strings are hosted on a site where people can contribute translations * Lemmur uses translations instead of hardcoded strings Amount: €1000 ## 7. Markdown editor [(#281)](https://github.com/LemmurOrg/lemmur/issues/281) Creating a more interactive markdown editor for comments/posts. * Bold, italic, headings, images, links are insertable with a button * Communities can be tagged using an autocomplete * Users can be tagged using an autocomplete Amount: €1200 ## 8. Customization [(#292)](https://github.com/LemmurOrg/lemmur/issues/292) Expand customization with new comment and post styles, and more user choice relating to the look of the app. * User has 2 post styles to choose from: compact and card * Comments have the following customization options: 1. 2 indent styles: lines and bars 2. 2 button styles: hidden and always visible 3. swipe gestures assignable to user-chosen action * User can turn on or off post trimming and select how many lines should be trimmed * User can select default comment sorting * User can select default inbox sorting * User can choose whether to use raw username instead or display name * User can choose whether to use raw community name or display name Amount: €800 ## 9. Better UX [(#282)](https://github.com/LemmurOrg/lemmur/issues/282) Various UX improvements to enhance the experience. * When in the home tab, tapping the home tab icon should bring the user to the top * When in the search tab, tapping the search tab icon should bring up the keyboard * Community picker has autocomplete when creating a post * Custom feeds can be created, similar to multireddits but expanded to include search terms and users * Comments can be focused and threads can be followed in a new view Amount: €1100 ## 10. Topic following [(#283)](https://github.com/LemmurOrg/lemmur/issues/283) Ability to follow a topic or a keyword. * User is able to subscribe to a topic * Notification interval can be chosen Amount: €600 ## 11. Sharing [(#106)](https://github.com/LemmurOrg/lemmur/issues/106) Ability to share images and links to lemmur. * User is able to share an image or a link to lemmur and include it in a post * User is able to share a link to lemmur and open it as a Lemmy instance. Amount: €400

100% true, it’s so annoying when I sometimes want to buy from some burgers place and all of them look like they would dislocate my jaw

Turns out I was taught to use a hate symbol in school 🤯

I like this decision. I really hope this more repairable approach to making laptops will become more popular

not right now, but we could add an option to hide read posts (not on individual level but on the level of the whole list). since API provides that information i think it would be fairly easy to implement.

i’m not really a great source for this since i have yet to learn it, but i got hyped up when i saw this talk about elm, tho i should warn you that there is some sussy stuff going on with elm now. i read that the creator of elm removed the ability to call to JS for anyone but himself and removed ability for users to define custom operators. i personally, while still am interested in elm, will also take a look at PureScript which seems to be elm’s most popular competitor

i want to learn some kind of functional programming language, i’m thinking about haskel, elm, or some kind of lisp

the app is now available on the testflight. sorry for the trouble 😅

yes, it is available now :)

awesome! i really like that settings are now separate from profile. also blocking will def come in handy :P

is this the full book? i’m asking cuz it’s just 2 hours

![lemmur logo](https://raw.githubusercontent.com/LemmurOrg/lemmur/master/assets/readme_icon.svg) iHumans rejoice! The time has finally come! You can finally enjoy lemmur on your mobile Apple devices. We'll stick with TestFlight for now since it's less of a hassle, but we want at some point to move to normal AppStore release. screenshots: ![screenshot of home tab](https://lemmy.ml/pictrs/image/5JD2a6jSxz.png) ![screenshot of profile tab](https://lemmy.ml/pictrs/image/rDwloFMWY3.png) To install it just open the link on your favorite iDevice :)

You can now grab lemmur from [F-Droid](https://f-droid.org/packages/com.krawieck.lemmur/) and the [Play Store](https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.krawieck.lemmur). If you want to follow lemmur releases/news checkout the [repo](https://github.com/LemmyOrg/lemmur) and/or follow the [!lemmur@lemmy.ml](https://lemmy.ml/c/lemmur) community. You can always support the development on [Patreon](https://www.patreon.com/lemmur) or [BuyMeACoffee](https://www.buymeacoffee.com/lemmur) PS. We do not flavor our releases: github release tab, fdroid, and play store apks are built from the same source code. Feel free to download lemmur from any place you like.

![lemmur logo](https://raw.githubusercontent.com/LemmurOrg/lemmur/master/assets/readme_icon.svg) Lemmur is a mobile lemmy client that I and [@shilangyu](https://github.com/shilangyu) have been working on for quite some time. It's supposed to give you seamless experience when using multiple instances. It's available for android, windows and linux, although it is mainly targeted towards mobile devices. The experience on other platforms might be less satisfactory. This is only an alpha release so not everything will be working, there are some parts of the app that aren't finished. But we believe it is usable _enough_ for people to browse their favorite instances. At the moment we would prefer to focus on fixing bugs rather than implementing arbitrary features so if you have any bugs or crashes please let us know in the comments or [create an issue on github](https://github.com/krawieck/lemmur/issues/new/choose). Screen recordings are welcome (github now supports uploading `.mp4` and `.mov` files), it's always easier to understand the problem through visuals rather than words only. If you'd like to see a version for iOS on the apple app store or just generally would like to support the development you can chip in over on [patron](https://www.patreon.com/lemmur) or [buymeacoffee](https://www.buymeacoffee.com/lemmur), which will help cover the $99 developer license. Here are some screenshots of the app: https://imgur.com/a/B5XhhXQ

I wanted to post this image in a post discussing privacy respecting chat apps. Facebook was crushing the resolution so I wanted to link to it directly, but there was a surprise waiting for me :'( this is the url if someone wants to check it out: https://lemmy.ml/pictrs/image/8IjSIQBMvD.jpg?format=jpg it's from [this post](https://lemmy.ml/post/46959)

just checkinon ta ;)))