Very good but somewhat dystopian read at Syonyk's syonyk.blogspot.com/2020/07/ha : "Fixing the worst evils of social media wouldn't actually be that tough, either. Eliminate the ability to repost someone else's content" .. " require people to write out their status updates instead of just reposting" .. ", and keep things mostly chronologically ordered" instead of "slot machine ordering, .. "
That sounds like dosen't it?

Please consider writing your hashtags in upper camelcase so screen readers have a chance at figuring them out.

#whyistayonmastodon sounds like an giant undecipherable mess of sounds.

#WhyIStayOnMastodon reads out "Why I Stay On Mastodon" 😄

(Reason #44 I stay here: my previous requests like this have been generally well-received, proving that most people are awesome.)

Internet at risk again (US pol) 

Saw all those reports about Trump taking aim at 'social media companies' so I took a look at what he's pushing to be amended: eff.org/issues/cda230

This isn't "social media companies", or "businesses", it's *everything*. Every website every forum every Fedi instance, every FTP server and gopher hole. Absolutely everything.

I severely doubt they'll go ahead and change/revoke this because it'll make all forms of accessible servers liable for whatever snippets of media is on them as if the server owner themselves has authored them.

What's odd is how the media keeps focusing on the 'social network' aspect and not noticing the magnitude of what we're talking about. You'd think they'd notice. :blobthinking:

Full legal text: law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/47

@Mnemonic I think so. That’s at a hotel so it’s way nicer than what I’m used to.

I am searching for way to automate printing booklets. Most solutions I find, seem to use pdfbook which pulls in what looks like an entire OS 😮
2155 new packages to install.
Overall download size: 847.4 MiB.
Any ideas?

My friend recommended me this test and my provider (ASOM-Net, AS60111) implements safely! Check out isbgpsafeyet.com to see if your implements BGP in a safe way or if it leaves the Internet vulnerable to malicious

@MrChainman

> If someone is not techsavy and… doesn't care about privacy, which benefits do they get by joining the fediverse? What are you convincing points for that?

Nicer people! People are generally pretty nice in small groups, but when you throw them together in massive crowds like Twitter does, you get toxic behavior. Small, well-moderated instances promote community.

Plus, Mastodon has other features to avoid encouraging toxicity. I wrote a post a while ago: codesections.com/blog/mastodon

Was out hiking to day. Something was wery different: there was no in the sky. We usually have many planes passing over Møn, DK.

My beefy old HP server at my secondary location is in a small room with a electric heater. I'v now made a virtual machine with a instance. Now I only need to make a script to fire up additional instances and connect this to a thermometer 🙂

Oh no, had to abandon hike and return home. Equipment broke down.

@opensuse is it just my that is bunkers or are you having trouble? opensuse.org did not resolve so looking at som of the free dns check webpages indicate somewhat mixed results.

#Sonos is evil. They have a “recycle mode” that bricks your device on purpose and makes sure they can never be used again. Pure software. Even though speakers are perfectly OK. This should be illegal. threadreaderapp.com/thread/121

When you discover you have reused the same private subnet range for bridging 2 different customers 🙄 you realise would be a better solution

"🎵 On the first day of Christmas,
my true love gave to me 🎵 .." Just testing short upload directly to

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