Forming community around which one of a set of _interoperable_ free software projects you use is a terrible idea.
see vim vs. emacs, etc
"Ubisoft CEO: Cloud gaming will replace consoles after the next generation"
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!
🔹 Agents of the Realm - http://agentsoftherealm.com
🔹 Goodbye to Halos - http://www.goodbyetohalos.com
🔹 The Irregular Realm - https://tapas.io/episode/998618 ( @vanhaase )
🔹 Never Satisfied - http://www.neversatisfiedcomic.com
🔹 O Human Star - http://ohumanstar.com ( @bluedelliquanti )
🔹 Peritale - http://www.peritale.com
🔹 The Sparrow - http://sparrowcomic.com ( @micahdraws )
Reminder to run docker image prune. I just did and it freed 30% of my hard disk.
We could also potentially offer e-mail, Mattermost or some Gitter-like service, et cetera.
So, I already host my own Git service at https://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 #opensource #foss #floss and #decentralization 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).