As of now the UK has now left the EU. I'm rather depressed, but life goes on, and our chance will come again. Too many bugs to fix for dwelling. #brexit
Round 1, Match 1 of the 2nd Programming Language World Championships! #plwc2020
The defending champion kicks off the tournament!
Who's on mastodon in #manchester ? I'm moving up there for a job after uni this year, it'd be interesting to know who's on here there.
Reading Iain M. Banks's Excession at the moment, excellent book.
Taking in mind that it was published in '96, I find it interesting how the conversations between the Minds resemble internet forums:
That was the zeitgeist of the times I guess.
cool software recommendation: xpra
it's kinda like screen for x, it lets you run applications remotely over ssh and stuff, including mirroring the active display
I looked around and saw many code editors already allow for something like that. Do any of you guys use any of these or similar?
I was quite befuddled earlier, as I noticed that many instances were using glitch-soc, but I had this confused with the code collaboration website.
I was thinking "Oh, that's clever, they must have it setup so that anyone on the instance can edit the server code in real time! Neat!"
Of course after I realised my confusion, I figured that that wouldn't make sense and would lead to many bugs, crashes and tragedy. An easier way to remotely collab in real time like that would be nice tho.
I just realized: One thing I'm missing from the Fediverse are event calendars.
I'm currently in a group of people planning a climate protest, and we're using Facebook to post events there for people to subscribe to.
I'm not aware of any federated social network / tool where I could post a calendar event and people could subscribe to it.
That would be a really useful feature to get more people off Facebook.
Facebook reportedly plans to integrate its messaging services on Instagram, WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger
Note to self: fully switch to GitLab before this happens. 🤦♂️
Wow, fancy that. Web ad giant Google to block ad-blockers in Chrome. For safety, apparently
When your #3dPrinting job finishes successfully and this is the remaining filament which has already jumped off of the spool. :-)
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