@tcit wesh, je suis tombé sur ta lib OpenGraph Elixir, tu la recommande encore ou c'était pour expérimenter ? :)
Facing poverty, academics turn to sex work and sleeping in cars
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i so much want to make some "fediverse index" where you just reserve a unique username and link all your accounts and instances there (including birdsite - an evolution of the existing bridge)
and an aggregated global toots preview for an identity
and a way to follow other people's migrations entirely client-side and based on third party (so that even if an instance is permanently down you can still follow the new account)
Of course, you could NOTE that you're adding tracking, temporarily, to try to make the page more usable.
Honestly -- and I know this will sound cynical, but it's the truth, AFAICT -- but no matter WHAT changes, some people always complain, no matter what. You literally cannot do anything without upsetting some nonzero number of users.
I know that might seem like advocating inaction or apathy, but it's meant more as a reminder that humans overall deal badly with change.
I should be happy with just getting 1.6 out there but instead I am wrecking myself thinking about optimizing first user experience
Antifa, Communism (-)
Antifa is a movement that goes beyond Communism and it just pisses me off because AS USUAL FOR COMMUNISTS they want ideological purity.
You don't have to be a Communist to say "genocide is bad" for fuck's sake. Or are we seriously at this point where all Capitalists are pro-genocide? Give me a break.
And the entire country is politically polarised in a way that makes America look like a bloc of solidarity.
They say that your password should be something that's personal and private to you, that nobody else would guess.
My pa had this antique sword, a war relic. It was his prized possession, but he only showed it to us, his kids. I still remember Pa's sword, but no hacker would know about it.
So I made my password "Password". Nobody else would ever guess that.
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