It's limited to Public blogs right now (a paid feature) so we can slowly roll this out and plug holes as needed -- once I'm confident things are stable in the next few days, it'll be available to everyone for free.
You can read a bit more about the update, and I'd love to hear any feedback / ideas / bugs here! https://discuss.write.as/t/activitypub-support/64
The whole project will be #FOSS and you can work from home, what's not to love ;-) Please RT!
Upcoming Firefox release will start sending all your DNS requests to Cloudflare
Looks like this will override local resolvers and therefore break any LAN only domains (as well as sending data to a US company).
Details on how to change this in about:config here https://blog.nightly.mozilla.org/2018/06/01/improving-dns-privacy-in-firefox/
John Cage's ten rules for students and teachers https://boingboing.net/2018/08/05/john-cages-ten-rules-for-stu.html
RT @Puri_sm@twitter.com: We have another #Librem5 progress report for everyone.
"Designing the scope of the Librem 5’s communication apps" by @firstname.lastname@example.org, our Director of Creative
However, just as "WhatsApp was able to introduce end-to-end encryption to over a billion users with a single software update", the opposite is also true: Google Maps was able to introduce 24/7 location history tracking to over a billion users with a single software update.
If this isn't Batman tracking I don't know what is.
I have written a blog post about my experiece with OrtholinearKB #planck keyboard today. Hope its informative for someone who is considering getting one. Read it here :
Project Update in which I beg you to help by spreading the word about this project... Just like I'm doing now.
CW:flashing animated gif at link (it's cool though)
Seems like Exherbo will gain some new users, that's really nice.
Also, all the problems highlighted could be solved by more contributors and user repositories, because they are the core of Exherbo.
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@federicomena I think it's a human factor more than anything. You can write bigger programs in Lisp, or Ruby or something higher level that has powerful expressiveness. But beyond a certain size, there too you should partition the problem into modules.
A real fluke is Java, which is higher level but it has all the lack of expressiveness of C and more.
The capacity to hold a number of ideas in our heads is limited, and there seems to be an optimum number of them.