✅ Blogs on custom domains are discoverable
✅ You can choose your handle for your custom domain blog (default: @email@example.com)
✅ Custom domain blogs have NodeInfo showing them each as a single-user "instance"
✅ AP endpoints should be future-proof for when you can eventually self-host your blog
✅ Posts federate from blogs on custom domains
Scuttlebutt is a free and open source social network with unique offline-first and peer-to-peer properties. Instead of trying to adapt existing Web technologies for the mobile social era, Scuttlebutt is a new platform in a decentralized social ecosystem: https://t.co/Wd3EG8YdHQ tweeted by @MozDevNet
$2,899 a month for 250 accounts to use the Account Activity API. Even if 3rd party clients were to break that cost up to their users... That'd be $11 per user.
It could be argued that with out these 3rd party app providers... twitter would have died ages ago.
Really disappointed with @firstname.lastname@example.org / @TwitterDev@twitter.com They have decided that third party clients are not something they want to allow, and have actively been cutting off access and making difficult.
A couple of clients statements:
Well today's adventure ended in me installing Fedora Atomic/silverblue.
I've been having odd issues with laptop randomly crashing. Today determined swap was not being used no matter how high the swappiness was set. Long story short... Couldn't get it to start swapping.
I've been using primarily flatpak on my Fedora 28 install. So I figured why not try an ostree based install.
We shall see how it goes :)
It's limited to Public blogs right now (a paid feature) so we can slowly roll this out and plug holes as needed -- once I'm confident things are stable in the next few days, it'll be available to everyone for free.
You can read a bit more about the update, and I'd love to hear any feedback / ideas / bugs here! https://discuss.write.as/t/activitypub-support/64
Was hoping at least for something a tad bit more exciting. Peppermint at least. Oh well. A lot of these changes feel like only will truly benefit pixel and other Google Purist brands.
RT @Android@twitter.com 🎉 Introducing Android 9 Pie 🎉
Packed with smarts and tailored to you. Learn more: https://goo.gl/nidm8z #Android9
Be sure to check out dark mode! This release is so slick it makes me wish I had an iPhone 😜
RT @RocketChat@twitter.com Newsflash! 🚀The latest version of our native iOS app has landed @AppStore@twitter.com ! Highlights include a brand new UI, new themes, new iPad & onboarding experiences, and improved offline usage! Check out our blog post http://ow.ly/j54C30l0zcA or download the app http://ow.ly/zfNs30l0zOv
So from here at least productivity won't stop while I make a genius bar appointment and hope whatever is wrong is covered under warranty.
Now to step away before anything else breaks today 😁
Nada.. then I see Chromebook charger has same sized barrel connector. So take a look at wattage 19.5V 3.33A (65w) vs factory 19.5V 2.31A(45w). At this point... Why not? Plug it in along side USB-c.. Luck finally on uptick it boots and is now charging from usb-c!
Crack it open and disconnect battery connector as suggested online a few places. Not sure what I expected to happen.. but nada. Get to thinking maybe USB-c some how isn't actually getting to charging circuits. So mess with chewed up charger... Electrical tape the usual..
So I dig out of boxes my old Chromebook(HP Chromebook 14 one of the earlier iterations). Battery dead, but plug it in and Wala! Some how still chugging along. Great! I'm reachable again! So back to troubleshooting my XPS13. Out of warranty so I'm not scared to touch it..
It decides to not boot at all. I suspect battery drained while not being used for a couple of months. I'm using USB-c instead of factory dc barrel plug because of a prior psuedo Monday(dog chewed factory cord). But I figure it should eventually charge and come on...
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