Fun with ESP32
I unpinned the following toot from my profile because I installed Linux on the machine where the shopping cart was:
I'll get a new list soon and publish the contents. Meanwhile, I can poke at the software with the dev board I have while setting up the environment on my new OS for the rest of my projects
This is an interesting question. Using the Join activity to join groups makes sense and that's what the spec suggests. I'll probably also be accepting Follow for compatibility purposes. But what happens after you do join it... How would you post there for example? There are going to be way too many concepts and actions unknown to Mastodon and other microblogging software.
@dankwraith i think about this essay all the time, especially this part about how video game stories are mostly so that people can feel like they're spending their time in a socially approved way, and also the part about how no matter what mechanic set your story would benefit from, you're condemned to hanging your story on an action game because nothing else gets funded
Having finished describing my current projects (keen to hear from anyone interested in helping out!), I'm keen to starting describing some fundamental peer-to-peer algorithms.
Because I think these algorithms deserve all the hype blockchains have been getting, which btw are "merkle-trees" + proof of work (showing that you've wasted CPU time) + cryptography (as the fundation beneath all Internet security).
Instead I'll be describing DHTs, CRDTs, etc.
Standards proposal - HTML6. It's just HTML5, but all body elements except for div are deprecated because nobody wants to remember the difference between block and inline tags and because spans are garbage. Style a div for everything
Pros - Already recognized by modern browsers. Reflects current practice
Cons - Already recognized by modern browsers. Reflects current practice
I'm installing a p2p thing and these are the Hardware Requirements...
8GB+ RAM (16GB+ recommended)
4+ CPU (6+ CPU recommended)
30GB+ available disk space
NO! That's not something that I can install on all of my computing devices, or even most of them. That's *not* a p2p protocol. If you expect people to be able to use the damn thing, they'll need to access it remotely. Via a client. That's a hardware profile for a federation protocol
Installed and running, but I'm not running out to set up the development toolchain
It’s written in python/flask/vuejs and I need help because of health issues I’m unable to work a lot on it anymore, if you are interested to help me on some of the issues and more specially the ActivityPub part, you can contact me through:
boosts appreciated, thanks.
"boring static web"
sez something about the goog
money (-), help urgently needed
My bank account is really low and I'm late paying bills. If you can help you can do one of two things....
1. You can commission me to make emoji for you, if you wanna do that, please DM my assistant @kiilas. More info is at https://noct.zone/commissions.
2. If you don't want to comission me, you can just donate directly at https://paypal.me/mutantstandard
The Neofeud dev (me!) will be playing Neofeud live on stream in about half an hour! :D https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIOX1fY9Ow52-RXrTxm0FKg/
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- Unique color scheme
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