Come to think of it I could just release it in the current semi-usable state and call attention to the problem so that the *testers* will try to help
Is that what alpha is about?
I need some help getting PyInstaller to make an actually usable Windows package for the new LiSE alpha.
"Ignore it and it will go away" is a childish response born of the idea that abusers are trolls, who are fishing for a response and nothing more. Abusers are not trolls. Abusers are hatemongers. In many ways they don't CARE about the response from the victim; it's getting to spew their hate without punishment that's what they want.
And the only way to get them punished is to speak out about it. So that's what I have to do in order to get to the world I want to live in.
LB: fuck cars
Is it illegal to put up your own ROAD CLOSED signs all over town. to stop cars from drivin around at all. fuck cars
it was pizza
what should i get for lunch...
can I say that it's *really distressing* to hear POC say that they might as well leave mastodon.
Not distressing as in "I'm made anxious by hearing their complaint", (though it does make me anxious), "and wish I didn't have to hear their complaints"
It's distressing that we haven't made a space that listens to their voices and that things are bad enough that "I might as well go back to TWITTER" makes sense, like twitter is a more welcoming place for them.
THAT'S A PROBLEM
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I think people with privilege should use CWs to make their voices on some topics smaller on purpose.
Ich denke, privilegierte Menschen sollten CWs nutzen um ihre Stimme zu bestimmen Themen absichtlich leiser zu machen.
i get that this is a pet project, but a lot of the stuff people wanting tagged could be not-exposed-to-them by having local posts, because a lot of the stuff wants the context *of* local-and-followers and not much more
why'd you follow a jerk like me
Are there any VR displays that have separate screens per-eye so you can use one video card apiece?
Or an SLI-type setup that works that way?