I no longer steal from nature.

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Cake day: cze 04, 2020


I’ve been experimenting with the Git bare repository method and I think it solves all my problems! Thanks very much. If I run into issues again, I’ll for sure check out GNU Stow.

We’re going to try to keep the pressure up over the coming weeks - and once sytest is at 100% coverage (and we’re not missing any big features which sytest doesn’t cover yet) we’ll be declaring a 1.0 :) …


Yet Another Dotfiles Management Post

Hi all! …

It’s not an obscure feature, it’s very standard amongst the non-federated chat messengers. I want it because I don’t want to worry about chat logs on other people’s machines.

Why doesn't Prosody implement "XEP-0079: Advanced Message Processing"?

I was wondering if the XMPP standard defines support for temporary/disappearing messages, and apparently it does via XEP-0079. But Prosody, which is the server I run, doesn’t support it. Anyone know why this is, or if it’…

Why use versus the Government’s official petitions page, where they have to respond if it receives over 10k signatures or debate it in parliament if it receives over 100k signatures?

I actually looked into Conduit and considered using it rather than Dendrite because development is way more active (and I also prefer Rust to Go).

For now though, going off of the README, it looks like it’s still behind Dendrite in terms of stability. Hopefully they don’t, but if Matrix continue to not touch Dendrite and Conduit overtakes it in terms of stability, I’ll probably switch over.

Thanks for the link! Yeah I assumed they were busy with the other stuff, I’m more curious why Matrix thinks that’s the better route to go down now rather than actually finishing Dendrite and then working on P2P etc, especially considering iirc they’ve said most the difficult parts of the spec are already implemented in Dendrite.

Have Matrix abandoned development of Dendrite, outside of P2P?

I ask because development has been non-existent for most of this year, particularly since February, since when almost all commits have been related to their P2P/Pinecone stuff. …

I haven’t read all of this, but why do they insist on using Google? Analytics that are disabled by default and non-Google would probably be fine.

Is it something inherent to Zig that makes Outfieldr faster, or is it just written well? I don’t know much about Zig

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That looks like exactly what I want, thank you! Do you know of the ConBee is open source?

RGB lights whose software is open source & privacy respecting?

Hi all, I was looking to buy RGB lights, particularly something like the Philips Hue Light bar. …

My website weighs around 2kB and is written in pure HTML/CSS. You can check out the code on my GitHub

Moving photos from iCloud to Nextcloud

Currently all my photos/videos are all stored in iCloud. I want to move these to my Nextcloud instance…

I don’t even see this as a purely negative thing. Discord is already trash, Microsoft buying it means either

  1. They mess it up, like they do with almost everything, and its obscene dominance comes to an end, or
  2. Nothing.

There’s even a part of me that could see them open sourcing it/parts of it, now that they “love open source”. This would of course be a part of a calculated play to stifle the rise of alternatives like Matrix. We’re already seeing a gross trend of developers using Discord as their project discussion platform, and it would be in Microsoft’s interest to try to maximise this as much as possible, keeping them in a centralised walled-garden under their control.

I read the posts he linked to, damn. From noticing a tiny bump in February 2020 to having a ~1 year life expectancy in March 2021, that’s awful.

Why in gemini and not on the web?

Because the web sucks. Web technologies are in general horrible to use, build with, etc. Drew DeVault has written a lot of posts about this that I like, i.e. The reckless, infinite scope of web browsers and Web browsers need to stop.

I myself plan on writing my own post on this too. But for now, like I said: because the web sucks. And because the way Gemini is designed, so much of the garbage that makes the web so suck-y is impossible.

I updated this morning and it’s been great. The RC period was long but it looks like it really paid off.

The throw from top of mid is consistent but as you said requires two smokes (and takes a lot longer).

Yeah that smoke from T Spawn is better than others but I can’t even get it to be 8/10.

I’ll probably stick to the smoke from top mid, but even with the cross smoke in my experience it’s too easy for a CT to shoot into it and grab a kill.

Greatest success I’ve had gaining mid control has been directly challenging the CT AWPer in mid (which is still difficult since afaik CTs get there first).

Delta Chat does look really cool. Like you said, it’s client (testing on iOS) is nice. It’s a shame their desktop app is Electron though.

Smoking off window from T Spawn on Mirage

I swear this is impossible. I’ve tried every smoke I can find online and can’t get any to be consistent. …

Element the client is garbage, I was talking about Element the organisation formally known as New Vector, who develop and maintain the Dendrite homeserver

Wire was mentioned in this thread. It transferred ownership (which in itself was shady) and its new owners are shady too.

Signal Server is effectively closed source software right now

The Signal Server repository hasn’t been updated since April 2020. There are a bunch of links about this here but I found this thread the most interesting. …

Now that invidious is basically dead, how do you watch YouTube?

As of late, invidious has become pretty much unusable for me. All the instances either don’t work or are very slow, and as nobody knows Crystal more and more bugs keep cropping up (e.g. right now search is broken on all instances). …