In terms of hardware, re-use the SoC from the Librem5, since it would already have mainline support, cut out all the cellular stuff, like 4G modem, GPS, Bluetooth etc. to reduce the cost of the finalized PCB and speed up development time significantly.
On the software front, make a minimal Linux-based firmware, capable of booting https://github.com/koreader/koreader as the GUI.
Added a Gitlab Docs issue: https://source.joinmastodon.org/mastodon/docs/issues/8
I created a Github bug report for that lack of documentation: https://github.com/tootsuite/mastodon/issues/9260
It looks like #mastodon doesn't have any up-to-date developer documentation.
The previous dev guide: https://github.com/tootsuite/documentation/blob/master/Running-Mastodon/Development-guide.md and vagrant guide: https://github.com/tootsuite/documentation/blob/master/Running-Mastodon/Vagrant-guide.md are archived and no longer maintained.
The new docs have a section for administrators, but not developers: https://docs.joinmastodon.org/
I want to help with #mastodondev , but I don't want to install everything locally to be able to fix some JS problems.
A good and up-to-date dev guide would be a great help for new contributors!
Is it possible to see only the `notification__message` part of a notification in #mastodon ? My toot was boosted several dozen times and my notification stream is cluttered by its copies.
If now, what is the pipeline of adding a feature? Should I just start an issue on Github, wait for someone from the core devs to approve?
2018 Campbell Speech, How New Authors Expand Fields (+Censorship, Manga)
Just finished reading "Too Like The Lightning" by Ada Palmer and would love to recommend this science fiction written by a historian. Especially good for technology and innovation-obsessed people who forget how the past and culture affect our world. Take a peek into a world which claims it's post-gender and post-religion. Is it really?
Deactivating Facebook, Messenger & Instagram Show more
Some have said that if I'm about to deactivate my account then it shouldn't matter if I agree to the terms briefly first, and that their terms should not be legally binding anyway because they are flouting GDPR by making the acceptance mandatory, so I shouldn't worry. But it's about the principle for me. I don't want to agree to their crappy terms! So my next step was to find some way of contacting them that didn't require an active Facebook account!
I wanted to ask you about #solarpunk : do you know any communities / sources beyond the http://hieroglyph.asu.edu/2014/09/solarpunk-notes-toward-a-manifesto/ and Sunvault? I'm especially interested in reporting stories, as Solarpunk is missing a lot of what hackers are _really_ doing, especially in Africa.
I find https://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/dec/30/software-developers-helped-end-ebola-epidemic-sierra-leone extremely Solarpunk-heavy, but with very few writers / journalists wanting to cover that.
Google font: they serve the font file to your visitors. It's a file transfert. So, they collect a log entry on their server with their IP/browser/where-they-came-from/etc... and because many dev use Google-font, they have a map of most of your visitors move accross the internet.
You can read my "second fight" on this article I published in 2016 : https://www.peppercarrot.com/en/article390/my-fight-against-cdn-libraries
Google no longer indexing decade old articles (that means 2008!)
Time to duck duck go, if you haven't already.
Bigger version available at https://wiki.glider.ink/_detail/art/scenes/glider_env1flattened_sm.jpg?id=art
Programmer, hacker, activist and a wannabe writer.
chaos.social - because anarchy is much more fun with friends.
chaos.social is a small Mastodon instance for and by the Chaos community surrounding the Chaos Computer Club. We provide a small community space - Be excellent to each other, and have a look at what that means around here.
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The primary instance languages are German and English.