Why Mastodon and the fediverse are “doomed to fail”:
@sir it’s the best indeed ... I use a French press or a Chemex for my daily dose of delicious Guatemalan beans ... best way to get my day started. Enjoy the French press!
@avalos I used concourse for a while and left such a good impression that whenever I'm using any other CI I feel like I'm missing something
@mntmn thanks, if it’s too much of a hassle on your side then it’s no biggie
@mntmn the button is there but they show as “No longer available”
@mntmn I totally missed that there was an option for T-Shirts :’( … is there a chance you might have ordered an extra S size that I can buy?
Laura will be talking about “using the web for social good” at 18:00 UK/Irish time on Hey! Live.
Free to attend.
@thibaultamartin HP Deskjet 2540 has worked well for me the past 6 years or so … no complains but I don’t print much either
I can’t believe June is gone!
No more home office starting today. Im partly happy because things are starting to feel “normal” post #covid19 and I’m glad to see my colleagues but I hope at least some companies takes this opportunity to offer partial or full-time remote to their workers. The pandemic might be under control but going back to “normal” is just going to kill our planet.
@konc thanks! Was lucky that it just finished raining and the light was perfect
@aral last but not least, kudos on the development of sitejs.org I think it’s really cool to have an easier entry for people getting started … I remember doing my first website on GeoCities and if it would have had a harder to get started with it I might have never gotten into web development in the first place
@aral setting up a mastodon instance, was quite straight forward for me but then again I’m a Ruby backend dev so I was just doing what I already have done plenty of times, I can see how it would frustrate someone who’s not used to the stack
@aral I agree that this makes a lot of sense as a consumer, specially if you’re not familiar with the stack … at the same time I see value in learning how to deploy and maintain a project yourself. Lately I’ve been doing interviews and plenty of the people applying don’t know much of the underlying infrastructure because they are used to “offload the complicated tasks” and therefore don’t really understand the right place in the stack to solve a problem.
Watching Dark season 3 #theCinema
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