This Month in Plume: June 2018 https://baptiste.gelez.xyz/~/PlumeDevelopment/this-month-in-plume-june-2018/
Twitter was not bad because "hashtags this" or "trends that". Twitter was bad because:
2. They forced you to ID yourself with a phone number.
3. They hand your data to third party companies.
4. Most governments were using it to ID people saying bad things about them.
5. Ads and corporative campaigns.
This month in Plume: May 2018 https://baptiste.gelez.xyz/~/PlumeDevelopment/this-month-in-plume-may-2018/
In the process, I encountered multiple 500 errors. Have to refresh to resubmit all the time.
Once I login, I found out that it depends on #Libravatar for avatar. And when I tried to upload mine, I found out Libravatar is closing down this September.
Not a very assuring experience...
Federation proof of concept into Eventos (codename) https://videos.tcit.fr/videos/watch/6202aec4-5385-46f7-8cfd-402d88731caf
imagine an AP server with an IPFS-aware client, fetching and distributing statuses over the swarm, using the server like a persistent peer 💾 🌐
an AP implementation that uses IPFS as a storage layer 🤔
@CobaltVelvet I prefer to have a competent CA who is on the hook if they fuck up than a CA whom is not
Our cert comes with a $100,000 bond.
LE comes with $0.
"What is Debian all about, really? Or: friction, packaging complex applications"
@maiyannah Nobody previously had the clout to say "these shall be the dimensions", and once Team Navy stamped the spec, nobody else's variants would stack up. Literally.
@gideonro's seen some of my Ontology of Technologica Mechanisms stuff, I've been spinning that around for a year or so, and /network/ or /dendritic/ mechanisms are a huge component. That's /anything/, physical or logical, that can be described as nodes & links, graphs & edges.
Just greasing the wheels of Federation for firstname.lastname@example.org ( https://social.heldscal.la/clacke ). Follow me there, not here.
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