Concept: a Gopher client that looks like the Gibson UI from Hackers
Hey Folks! We have noticed that there has been an increase in NSFW content that's being federated with #Fosstodon.
Per our Code of Conduct (https://conduct.fosstodon.org) we have globally blocked those accounts.
If this affects you then we apologise, but we have to ensure Fosstodon is welcoming for as many members as possible; and having porn visible in our federated timeline detracts from that.
Thank you all for the continued support - you're all awesome!
Texas, you're way too hot but you're pretty
The most fulfilling part of my job is seeing/hearing users happier than when I found them. Not like any of them are in dire straits, but the fact that they've got that kick in their step after (figuratively) fills me with joy
if it gets any hotter. the Devil will take a vacation in Hell to cool down....
How do I make online friends
wait... this isn't DuckDuckGo
I think the entire #Linux community needs to move away from the idea of noob friendly, or more "hardcore" distros.
Ease of installation isn't important here, as anyone tenacious enough can find a guide online to install ANY distro with relative ease.
What we should be focusing on is workflow. Does the distro's workflow match your workflow? If so, it's a winner. Being simple to install is just a bonus.
I am looking for a digital #artist to commision for three assets for the mastodon client @Tusky: A generic "elephant friend", an image for the error view (maybe a sad elephant?) and an image for the empty view (maybe a sleeping elephant?). Must look good on dark and light background and fit well with material design. Artist must be ok with the assets being published under an open source license. Vector assets preferred. Commission will of course be payed.
I'm debating whether I should install Linux mint 19 , currently I use debian buster and I've been using debian for about 2 years . Is Linux mint really a distribution only suited for new users?
Ok I'm looking for an #opensource #project to start contributing to, but I have literally no idea where to start. I have some experience #programming (only casual / hobbyist) and I'm willing to learn other languages. I've been reading posts about how to start, but it's difficult to make any kind of choice because there are so many options...
Anyone done this before? Any tips? It's a bit overwhelming...