To clarify i was talking about the list of servers to log into on the official mastodon app

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Consider: zombocom mastodon instance: the infinite is possible at zombocom

Did mastodon.social delist themselves from the servers list in order to get back online? I can't find it in the list on both mastodon.social and in the official mastodon app

Updated my ai with more commands, i'm actually starting to get some use out of it :3 it can set timers now but alarms are too complex to handle for the moment. Soon though once i create a better argument parser. Also hooked up the play music from search command, so that's nice github.com/hobbycommandline/Ho

We're both fully boosted but it's still possible to get long covid or worse of course

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Much to my sadness my partner got covid while getting tested for covid after i got covid on the walk back from their place which goes thru a cliff elevator. Now i am not just worried for my health but for theirs and this sucks.

I mean that being said i do have pretty much all the features i want out of my AI, it can take notes, set timers, pause/play my music. Almost all the features i wanted. But i didn't have the time to polish up the API nice and shiny nor make settings or user scripts

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But coqui would be so easy to make Esperanto work so i think i probably should. Just annoying as I've already spent all this time working with vosk. And getting covid really threw a spanner in the works with my development of personal projects like this during my vacation

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So i discovered common voice commonvoice.mozilla.org/en/abo which provides a dataset for AI speech to text which should allow me to support Esperanto. The only thing is it might be easier to use coqui-ai/STT for that instead of Vosk-api. But then i have to read the Mozilla public license which is annoying and i think it would mean derivative projects would have to be under that instead of AGPL? which sucks i do like having choice of license (vosk is apache 2.0 which is non restrictive).

It turns out it wasn't web intents it was the 2021 reboot of that called web share, and you can even share stuff from site -> native app which is pretty cool web.dev/web-share/

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thinking about drawings of extremely wide rats - the fattest plumpest lad u ever did see. possibly eating a carrot slice

Somehow the mastodon web app is managing to receive data from my ai.

I have no clue how they managed this, but it's cool as fuck. Something to look into for sure because I love web apps even if i avoid them at all costs usually.

But good on Dicio they're doing a good job honestly

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Also i discovered i was not the first to make an open source AI, Dicio beat me to the punch, and has pretty UI, but I'm still hoping to get all the features I'd want in an AI built out in a predictable and easy for users grammar rather than trying to mimic full english

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Foolish me to hope that google would implement and use the offline API they invented rather than creating a cloud based API to do what they could have done locally. (I'm presuming Google assistant can make a note in keep by going through a private cloud API rather than the on device protocol)

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I implemented the CREATE_NOTE intent and surprise surprise no one (not even Google keep) implements support for it, just like how Google Podcasts and YouTube don't respect the Pause, Play, Stop, Next, and Previous intents. Yet they were the ones who created the standards in the first place. Why are they like this it's so frustrating. I can forgive open source apps for not knowing the standards but at least Google you would think would use the APIs

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I really wouldn't recommend installing but the AI has been published at version 0.0.1 github.com/hobbycommandline/Ho not fully featured but basically at tech demo status

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This is a huge deal:

The Open Collective Foundation has just announced: "OCF now offers employment options to initiative workers—with health insurance!" blog.opencollective.com/oc-new

If your FLOSS project is on OpenCollective, you can hire a maintainer as an employee! With health insurance & 401(k)!

This is such a huge step forward for open source sustainability, in particular for projects with key contributors in the United States. Let's talk about why! harihareswara.net/sumana/2021/

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alice and bob from cryptography are transfemme and transmasc icons

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