You want to know how to not run a browser and lose the little market share you have left?
So... #lobsters is a mature, open source link sharing website (like Reddit, @prismo, etc) that has an upcoming fork with ActivityPub compatibility. They're not sure if they want to run it on the main site, but if someone is willing to maintain a fork then we can have federated Reddit with some really robust transparency and ease of use features "out of the box"... https://lobste.rs/about#features
Just learned about this #firefox feature: "% <term>" in the location bar searches for <term> through your open tabs. Nice!
Printed a pythagorean cup! It’s actually magic... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pythagorean_cup
Hi everyone! I've been on the Fediverse since March on a maastodon.net-hosted instance. That service closed a while ago and I finally got around to making a new account.
Other than that, I'm a high school student with an interest in decentralization, and what that means for privacy. I've been using as much FOSS software as possible for as long as I can remember, and I try to contribute to whatever I'm interested in and open source my own projects.