LinuxFest Northwest accepted my "Fediverse: Decentralized Social Networking and Services" proposal
LFNW2020: Be Excellent To Each Other!
Registration is open
#Mastodon 3.1 is out! 🎉
Among other things, bookmarks, admin announcements with emoji reactions, improvements to mod tools and loads of other fixes!
Hey #fediverse experts. I'd like to host an instance for an #environment #protection #ngo but since they obviously care about resources and I heard that #mastodon has a heavy footprint I struggle to find a middle ground. Do you have ideas what to do about it? I e.g. heard about #rustodon but it is nothing near production ready yet.
Boosting is highly appreciated. :)
Dino 0.1 is released! 🎉
Dino is a secure and open-source application for decentralized messaging. It uses the XMPP (“Jabber”) protocol and is interoperable with other XMPP clients and servers. We aim to provide an intuitive, clean and modern user interface.
Release blog post: https://dino.im/blog/2020/01/dino-0.1-release/
🎉 First release candidate for #Mastodon 3.1.0 is out for testing:
There are security-related fixes, improvements of admin functions like search by IP, announcements, bookmarks, and more.
re: activitypub vs capitalism
we should probably be thinking about how fedi communities can defend themselves against corporations who can flood the network with thousands of servers now instead of waiting until it starts happening then trying to react at the last second
Now releasing: FediverseCast episode 3!
In this episode I talk about how the Fediverse doesn't actually solve any of social media's problems... but how it might!
#1yrago Minnesota AG's report reveals big telcos are literally letting their infrastructure rot https://boingboing.net/2019/01/10/we-cant-have-nice-things-2.html
I called my Representative this afternoon to lodge a request that she urge House Judiciary to introduce new articles of impeachment for Trump's catastrophic mishandling of the situation in Iraq and Iran. (I also took the opportunity to remind her that Flint still doesn't have potable water.)
If you live in the US, when you get the chance, I suggest you do the same. (Representatives also have email contact via their government website, if you're phone-anxious.)
In this first episode of Fediverse Friday, I talk about what the Fediverse is and and what it isn't.
US and Iran must protect cultural sites, says UNESCO https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2020/01/iran-protect-cultural-sites-unesco-200106183016546.html
Hello Fediverse! After FAR too long of a break, I'm happy to share FediverseCast Episode 2!
I want to try for ~1 episode per week in 2020. In order to do that, the show is moving away from a primarily interview-style format to just me @kevinflo discussing topics solo
Hope you enjoy. Boosts appreciated! #podcast
sharing from reddit: The Los Angeles Public Library's online resource center now has the historic Sanborn Fire Maps from the early 20th century online for viewing.
Accessible online with an LAPL Card Number and PIN
30 years ago, Calvin worried about the Russians. The actors today are different but the script is the same. It’s like watching Groundhog Day, again and again and again… Bill taught Calvin the lesson in six panels. How many re-runs will it take us? https://t.co/tJM7RmiLxM