The #Linux app is out now!
Version 1.0 has the basics:
* Simple editor
* Auto-saving single draft
* Choose between three fonts (serif, sans-serif, monospace)
* Dark mode (on platforms that support it)
* Save draft as another file
* Publish anonymously to Write.as and manage posts via the CLI
Download / install it here: https://write.as/apps/desktop
Get the code here: https://code.as/writeas/writeas-gtk
Read more: @blog
#ReadAs v0.2 is now available!
This version is basically good enough to host yourself, i.e. I don't think there will be any major changes in the near future that you'll have to work around. And if you do try self-hosting, I'd love to hear what the experience was like.
I've also created a test instance here: https://readas.labs.abunchtell.com -- please test it out and let me know what you think!
@skroob Oh hey, welcome!
#MakeMediumReadable update: now the icon doesn't show up in Firefox
Still all in progress, but I just added a static site generation option for #publicbio https://github.com/abunchtell/publicbio#generate-a-static-site
Just dog things https://snap.as/matt/holden
Damn, @elementary is really slick.
How in the world does #Mastodon parse metadata tags for card previews? Am I looking in the right place here? https://github.com/tootsuite/mastodon/blob/master/app/services/fetch_link_card_service.rb
Not the best use of my time, but I spent tonight dissecting the "Pardon the interruption" popup on #Medium.
Anyway, soon enough you won't have to deal with that anymore.
We're working to build a suite of tiny, focused tools that all work together, and share the same simplicity and privacy-awareness of Write.as. This little #blogging platform is just the start.
Now you can #follow along with each of them right here in the fediverse:
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!