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A great Thank You to all involved, and to the wonderful gitea developer and maintainer team!

I'm currently rewriting Fragments in Rust with a completely new network-oriented architecture.

To follow the development, it's the perfect time to join the Matrix room!

@polarhive Thanks for this all around guide on how to use Codeberg pages. 👍 I think @codeberg community would be happy to see this.

Lemmy - An open source decentralised alternative to Reddit

Lemmy is a link aggregator for the fediverse. It provides similar functionality to Reddit but you can host your own instances and federate with other Lemmy instances. It uses the ActivityPub protocol but is not yet federating outside of Lemmy instances. In this video I give some background and take you on a tour of the user interface and features.
Watch my video at Lemmy - An open source decentralised alternative to Reddit
#technology #opensource #lemmy #alternativeto #reddit

Also there's now a --theming-widget cli option which injects a small overlay widget into all pages and with which one can interactively explore different color configurations for the visual theme - the configuration options are automatically generated as text and can be copied into the config file. (sorry for the weird video compression, wasn't meant to be an encoding glitch art video :D)

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Update on the announced self-hostable #bandcamp alternative: Got tons of work done on the foundation over the last days (architecture, reading, transcoding, caching, syncing, configuration, cli arguments, ...). Today was the first time I did some design exporation (first glimpses attached - these are already in-browser screenshots of the functional interface, not mockups :)). I'm developing out in the open at °˖✧◝(⁰▿⁰)◜✧˖°

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Development Teaser: I'm working on a self-hostable #bandcamp alternative - implemented as a static site generator written in #rust

As a small tech tradeoff and an experiment I'm integrating a soft paycurtain: Albums can display a price tag, (including a user interaction for setting a price for "name your price" albums), payment directions are given (Liberapay, SEPA, etc. as configured), but the payment itself is not technically enforced, i.e. the listener is asked to affirm by themselves - by clicking a button - that they have paid for what they want, and only then given the download link. I'm open to experiment further with this when I've released faircamp (current codename) to the public. I could also imagine an option for integrating a hard paywall based on entering a token that could e.g. be made exclusively available to your backers on an external platform (ghost, patreon, steady, paypal, ...).

Been fleshing out the first prototype all day today, and having a blast! ✌️

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Tusky 14 is out now! 

- Redesigned the drafts function, so they are faster, more user friendly and hopefully more reliable.
- Wellbeing mode, allows you to limit certain features in Tusky. You can enable it in Preferences!
- Animated emoji support, need we say more?
- Timed mutes (for supported servers).
- Notification 🔔 for specific users posting, ring the bell icon on their profile (Mastodon 3.3.0 feature).
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