@fczuardi is also me.
This is the last message this node will ever send. Over the last few weeks, it's become clear that Mastodon is not something I want to be a part of. I see the road that the instance admins are leading you down and it will end in tears.
So, I'm out. I'll be posting only from sungo at public.sungo.io, my GS node.
Olavo 70 anos
Parabéns a este mostro, exemplo de trabalho esperança e perseverança, talvez o brasileiro mais importante vivo e em atividade, grande inspiração. Felicidades professor!
I'm considering setting aside the compute resources to host some small salon-sized (say 16 user) instances to see how well they develop.
I would be willing to set up and host ~10 of these as an experiment, and would commit to both operating them for at least a year and to making them as easy to move as possible should a particular salon decide they'd prefer to self-host.
I would like to offer either postActiv or Mastodon servers for this at the salon's choice.
Would there be interest?
I wrote a thing on how to automatically crosspost specific posts from Mastodon to Twitter:
If you have any problems with the directions let me know. :)
I plan to ping on different instances from time to time. Here is my cybre.space account: @fabricio
I've been drawing a few of these whimsical fantasy-ish contraption type things lately. They're a fun change from mandalas. Hope to turn the idea into a game of some-sort eventually. :)
Okay, so Mastodon has reached the stage where we need to implement the Game of Life in it. This is going to be some trouble but I have faith.
We'll be needing an instance with some nice, round number of members, at least something that we can make a square or rectangle out of.
I guess we can just have each member follow the members who are "adjacent" to them, so we'll need to assign everyone a set of coordinates.
Maybe we'll set the toot length to 1, and the only possible characters 0 or 1.
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