Currently, 1 BTC cost:
IF YOU READ MY SCREEN IN PUBLIC
I'M PROLLY GONNA START TALKING SHIT BOUT YOU ON THE INTERNET
THE WHOLE WORLD WILL KNOW OF YOUR INFAMOUS CRIMES
DO YOU WANNA BE KNOWN BY SOME GUY IN PARIS AS "THAT SHITHEAD WHO READS PEOPLE'S SCREENS?"
Wow, Twidere's support of Mastodon is really nice. It even does animated avatars and reports on boosts/favs in the Notifications tab (it only does so for Twitter if you get Twitter's own OAuth IDs, because Twitter hates 3rd party developers).
#Amaroq for Mastodon v1.1.1 update: On the heels of the last big update, we have some more improvements, fixes, and small additions! Navigation of profiles is now a swipe-able interaction, the last of the annoying modals are gone. There’s a bunch of bug fixes and refinements to multi-instance support, and you can now remove/logout individual instances! Korean, German, and Spanish support are also here! More to come… :3
"Sorry about your medical debt; here’s a photo of a model who we paid in “exposure” over ad copy written by an intern who we paid in college credit that cost $3,000 a credit hour. Enjoy. "
Yesterday Gargron helped me get his take on the project, so that I can write a mission statement. But, I would also love to hear your take, so I can combine the two into our collective statement.
This is me trying to be more transparent with the process.
Feel free to help me answer these questions:
1. What does Mastodon mean to you?
2. Where do you want to see the project go?
3. How do you talk about Mastodon with your friends?
Building your programming ability? Open "secret" about tech industry: programmers only productive about 3-4 hours/day & fake the rest. No need to sit 8 hours.
So don't burn yourself out! Maybe lie down & visualize, before coding tiny pieces. Understand a single thing in many ways; creates strong bricks as foundation of your knowledge. With stronger bricks, the faster you will be.
Maybe first write down a few different ways of doing something; list advantages & disadvantages of each. "Analyze tradeoffs."
Code's often a poor representation of thought, a thin brittle artifact that executes.
First difficult thing to explain to new mastodon users: there are different instances, and they have to follow your accounts on all of them
Second difficult thing to explain to new mastodon users: why you will only follow them back from the one account
i deleted the last version of this toot bc of an error. if you boosted it before, please do so again:
i need a job. is anyone remote looking for a good python programmer? i've worked in a bunch of other languages too, and i'm a quick learner. for what it's worth i have other talents, including writing, sound stuff, and game design. boosts are appreciated