Het is alwéér extreem droog in Nederland: valt er dan niets tegen te beginnen? https://www.volkskrant.nl/ts-bc6cb023 via @volkskrant
Tips for Making Threads
Do you want to post a lot about a given topic? More than your instance's character limit can offer? Or, on instances with higher character limit like ours, you might want to just keep things tidier. Instead of sending each part as its own post, you can reply to yourself, creating a thread that will be much easier for others to follow.
To indicate you are writing a thread, you can add "x/y" at the end of your message, like 1/3. If you are unsure, you can always write "x/?".
A really kind thing to do is to post only the first post of a thread as Public and the rest as Unlisted. People who wish to read more can expand your post in a new tab to look at everything. The other members of your instance, meanwhile, will be thankful to have less stuff to scroll past on the Local Timeline.
“In Defence of the Single Page Application”
What am I doing wrong?. My blog has the following
<a rel="me" target="_blank" href="https://fosstodon.org/@deightonrobbie">Mastodon</a>
But the link on my profile doesn't have the green checkmark.
Don’t say “there are no alternatives” when what you really mean is “I can’t be bothered to use the alternatives.”
2) https://communitywiki.org/trunk is a wonderful place to find people who are active. it is human moderated. if you decide to stick around and have the bandwidth to do so, consider joining a list to welcome others as well.
I've added a new post to my blog about the size of webpages of climate action NGO's
Interests: open source, the commons, cooperatives, cohousing, degrowth, right to repair, climate action
Fosstodon is an English speaking Mastodon instance that is open to anyone who is interested in technology; particularly free & open source software.