Ah.. happy we finally get to announce this! Lots of hard work across many teams at http://Rocket.Chat during some tough times. But we made it through! Congrats everyone involved🙏
🎉 We proudly announce that we are now ISO 27001 certified - the leading international security standard!
But what does that mean for you? 🤔 Learn more here! 👇
#plan9 now up and running (in qemu!)
Looking forward to learning more.
There's seems a lot of talk about different ptotocols for the internet with #Gemini & #Gopher coming up.
I'd be interested in peoples opinions of #hypercore, details: https://hypercore-protocol.org . It's built on node.js and #breakerbrowser uses the protocol to build websites distributed from your computer.
Is it a viable option?
Just dropping this idea here:
For Android there's the #OpenPush project trying to introduce an alternative to googles services, that also includes the possibility to self host the server component or choose a trustworthy provoder.
Basically porting that project to also work on (mobile) linux and promoting it to app-developers.
In recent years, Oakland has cut shootings in half—not by arresting more people, but by investing in social services and helping people build relationships with others in their community.
Just open-sourced the guest comments API for my static site - https://github.com/hirusi/web-comments
Have fun poking and discovering security holes (and please do open an issue) if you're good at that kind of stuff. 😉
Today is the 16th anniversary of #OpenStreetMap. How are you goind to celeberate it?
There are people around the world organizing online meetings. You may want to participate or even organize your own. Check this page: https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/OpenStreetMap_16th_Anniversary_Birthday_party
Use this occasion to talk more about #OSM to people.
Use #OpenStreetMap16 in social media.
Each year we interpret the stats with shock and awe regarding Linux market share on desktops. Then we proclaim that next year will be the "year of the Linux desktop". Instead of this irrationally insane hope, we need to address the issue: #linux is too fragmented with too many distros, subsystems, boot loaders, package managers, bug reporting systems, DEs. If we could all get behind one set of standards and one distro to benchmark as standard (and advertise), only then can we gain market share.
We've had loads of new folks join Fosstodon, over the last few months. There are plenty of articles/blogs on FOSS friendly alternatives out there, and suggestions for such but, it'd be nice to hear from the community. What apps/alternatives are you using and why? What would you suggest for someone who's new to the FOSS scene? What have you discovered, based on your experiences?
Let's give our newer/unfamiliar members some community input and a few "pro tips" 😉
Gooooood Morning Fosstodon!
I'm ready to reclaim my music library, and my control along with it.
What are people using to stream their own library to multiple devices and what works well?
I'll probably want to do the same for video at some point, but less urgent. If there's something that solves both, that'd be neat though.
Probably old news to some but this is shit. I won't be buying a OnePlus as a future replacement now.
Hey devs, please use semantic html. This is important!
When listing things, use ul/li! When writing things, use p! When adding navigation, use nav! When putting the main part of your website inside a div, use main! Please use h1, h2, h3 for your titles! Don't use table for layout, they are for data!
Screen readers users have shortcuts to jump to all those parts of your website instead of reading it from top to bottom. But it only works with semantic html. So please help them!
Hello world! This is the mastodon account for #Mobian, a Debian customized for mobile phones/tablets. Here, we will comment, respond and report on the development. It will also contain quite some redundancy to our content on twitter (I guess). Welcome!
Alright good folks of Mastodon and Twitter - I’m looking for a simple-looking logo for Celestial. If anyone would like to volunteer, please message me.
Your work will have full attribution with a linkback on the site’s footer as well as the project’s readme.
So you have a server at home, and you're on the road. You find that your server is offline, but nobody is at home to troubleshoot. Your modem, router, or server probably just need to be rebooted, but because your server is down, you can't remote in to trigger a reboot.
How do people solve this problem?
Tech & engineering
open source software
security & privacy
Fosstodon is an English speaking Mastodon instance that is open to anyone who is interested in technology; particularly free & open source software.