Spent a good 5 hours trying to get Mastodon up and running on a dedicated (clean) server. Tried the standalone approach. Tried the docker approach. Tried on Debian. Tried on Ubuntu 16.04.
Ah, well. Giving up for the day. Might need to enlist some assistance in figuring out where I might have gone wrong (or of I'm justing hitting a known issue).
Would be cool to have a self-hosted instance for me and my community... if I can figure out how. :)
Liberapay is now officially a multi-currency platform! We have implemented support for US dollars in addition to the euro. Blog post: https://medium.com/liberapay-blog/liberapay-now-supports-us-dollars-f9484e3008f8
Another thought on the @apertus is that they are using high end components. This is professional-grade gear.
Comparing to computers (even though it basically is one on its own), the comparison is not hobbyist single-board computers.
The better comparison here is some insane Pogo Linux Server or as System76 powerhouse laptop or workstation.
First, it is a respectably complex product. Serious kudos. It is great to see both Wiki and LaTeX documentation, useful for someone new to Arch and cinematography like me.
I am loving the Street Complete app. It is on f-droid. Helping the OSM project and having fun when walking/riding.
Trying something dorky this week. This Friday: a video of me reading Linux poetry.
Along with my poems... I think it'd be cool to read some from the community. Specifically short stuff. Limerick, Haiku, etc.
Reply here so I see 'em.
Will this be cool? Who knows! :)
Does anyone have suggestions for a shelving unit / table that will fit the Lulzbot Taz 6? (Underneath and above, in the case of a table).
I work as President of Aleph Objects, maker of #LulzBot desktop 3D printers 🐙
Started as a marketer and love art, so I'll be sharing about that, Free Software, and GNU/Linux 🐧
I also maintain a growing list of Free/Libre/Open Source marketing tools on my site: