One of the most frequent questions we get is: Why doesn't Tusky support push notifications?
Because pushing to devices would require us to use proprietary Google libraries and to run a relay server. But we want Tusky to be pure FOSS (free and open-source software) and don't want to send any data to Google so we decided not to implement push notifications at this time. We are researching other possibilities to make notifications faster though.
if this post gets 20 boosts ill get over my adhd and work on my BA thesis today.
im desperate here my deadline is in 2 weeks and ive been fighting this shit for literal months
Time to introduce myself!
I consider myself to be an all-around nerd who enjoys everything from #scifi and #fantasy #books and #movies to playing #boardgames and #penandpaperrpgs like #deltagreen and #dnd to #knitting to #journaling to listening to #audiobooks and #podcasts
We closed registration in the Shop because we got a wave of spammers--like so many they were drowning out our local timeline. We're bummed that's making it harder for real people to get into the shop, and are trying to be as free with invites as possible. Please feel free to ping me if you'd like an invite. Shop members can generate their own invites here: wandering.shop/invites
Hi, Frederic here. I'm living in Cologne, Germany.
Although I work as a web developer, I won't write about that here. I'm tired of letting that part define my appearance.
Besides that I love to #travel, it's a great way to expand your own horizon.
I'd also love to start #writing again, but I keep fighting the distracting humming of that beehive of a brain.
#introduction #introductions Hi everyone! I'm Dave Ross and I've been building for the web since 1996. I'm a back-end developer by training but I have fun everywhere along the stack. These days, I work as Director of Engineering for a 100% distributed web agency.
My hobbies are running, collecting vintage computers (mostly Commodore 8-bits and 68k Macs), and coding.
I miss the early days of social media when it was about sharing cool things you found and making connections with people.
Rescued from birdsite - about summoning Cthulhu, ants and why deities are better left alone and not summoned
Soundcloud -> @funkwhale
MeetUp -> @GetTogetherComm
LinkedIn -> @cloutstream
Google Calendar -> @calendar_social
Anything missing from the list? What else is needed?
A coherent beam of visible light. Science & technology, sci-fi & fantasy, software & data.
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