Ληοναρα (Leo λ) is a user on cybre.space. You can follow them or interact with them if you have an account anywhere in the fediverse. If you don't, you can sign up here.

Ληοναρα (Leo λ) @tindall@cybre.space

Forming community around which one of a set of _interoperable_ free software projects you use is a terrible idea.

see vim vs. emacs, etc

day has passed and here's the labors to show for it. Following along towards awesomeness :)

#krita #mastoart #razcore #digitalart #sketch #sketchbook

"Ubisoft CEO: Cloud gaming will replace consoles after the next generation"

arstechnica.com/gaming/2018/06

lol, the speed of light says hi

network admins everywhere laughing and then crying

Someone trying to sell anarchism to a functional programmer:
Society itself would be stateless!

Hey, for #PrideMonth a great thing to do is read #QueerComics and support the #QueerArtists who make them! So here's a list of my faves!

🔹 Agents of the Realm - agentsoftherealm.com
🔹 Goodbye to Halos - goodbyetohalos.com
🔹 The Irregular Realm - tapas.io/episode/998618 ( @vanhaase )
🔹 Never Satisfied - neversatisfiedcomic.com
🔹 O Human Star - ohumanstar.com ( @bluedelliquanti )
🔹 Peritale - peritale.com
🔹 The Sparrow - sparrowcomic.com ( @micahdraws )

Reminder to run docker image prune. I just did and it freed 30% of my hard disk.

@tindall @david_ross it sort of blew my mind that there is a form of legal entity (coops) that're 100+ years old (ie well established), and solve a lot of the problems of corporations, since they're democratic and non profit driven and are much harder to be bought out.

how do people who don't use even function? i used today and it was just painful with all that weird console thing and lack of tiling

am i addicted to tiles?

We could also implement a similarly hosted drones.io service!

We could also potentially offer e-mail, Mattermost or some Gitter-like service, et cetera.

So, I already host my own Git service at git.leotindall.com

I'm curious as to whether anyone would be interested in getting together and forming a "collective" to rent out some large storage server (e.g. 1TBVPS or similar) to start an and focused community source code hosting site?

By all means, #movingtogitlab-dot-com does not solve the problem GitHub has (centralization), and moving to a privately hosted GitLab re-introduces the problem GitHub mostly solved (separation).

#GitPub is trying to solve this problem by defining a federation protocol for git services: github.com/git-federation/gitp

Upcoming version of Mastodon (2.4.1) will have a delete & redraft function.