Oh hi, I'm new around here. I draw stuff. Especially #naked people because clothes are too mainstream.
my personality test / icon creator is done !!! find out what you look like
#Huawei va lancer son OS mobile. Au vu de cet article, nous déconseillons à quiconque de l’utiliser https://www.wsj.com/articles/huawei-technicians-helped-african-governments-spy-on-political-opponents-11565793017
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🔄 @EteSync EteSync: Privacy-friendly libre encrypted syncing service
🐧 @tuxdevices TuxPhones: Blog about linux on smartphones
🕵️ @OCCRP OCCRP: Investigative journalists going after organised crime
🖼️ @glimpse Glimpse: Fork of photo editor GIMP
🎨 @NSobolewArt NSobolewArt: Low poly CGI artwork
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Want to run a blog on the Fediverse, which people can follow from Mastodon etc?
There are several platforms which let you do this:
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🔍 @exodus Exodus Privacy: Analysing privacy of Android apps
📚 @libreture Libreture: Online ecosystem for DRM-free eBooks, incl. storage and bookshop list
📝 @dev Microblog.pub: Lightweight single user ActivityPub blogging system
⛏️ @Minetest Minetest: Free open alternative to Minecraft
🍿 @ScreenTestOfTime Screen Test of Time: Podcast discussing every film nominated for Best Picture Oscar in order
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One of the reasons hashtags are generally underused (besides a subculture that feels like hashtags is brand-like and therefore bad) is that there is no way to see which ones exist and are used
Without a pointer from another user or external blog post, artists don't know that #mastoart even exists
Quand la télévision américaine raconte Tchernobyl, par Julien Baldassarra (accès libre ⁕ en kiosques, août 2019) https://www.monde-diplomatique.fr/2019/08/BALDASSARRA/60137 https://t.co/u3Uxd09Gpa
I'm extremely pleased to launch Run Your Own Social: How to run a small social network site for you friends.
This is a guide book to running a small, tight-knit federated social network server. It comes from my year of experience running Friend Camp. It's focused largely on SOCIAL solutions, though it does touch on the technical.
I've tried to keep it technology-neutral, and it should be a pretty easy read for anyone who's been on the fediverse for a while.
Spent some useless time writing on the birdsite to no avail so I'll try here where, evidently, there is more taste for intelligent discourse…
I am wondering if there has been any research done on how "bug styles" endure in software development teams.
For example: let's assume that the Microsoft Internet Explorer development team had a penchant for bugs linked to the wrong use of certain functions within the Windows GDI. Most of this team moves to Edge: do they carry the "bug style" with them?
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