After careful consideration of my past 20 years, I can quite comfortably say I still have no idea what I'm doing
Yup. Getting involved with computers was a terrible mistake. I should have been a carpenter
To be honest completing ACME challenges always feels like some sort of spy mission
"now ssh into that remote server and create a hidden file that contains this secret code"
I'm so good at SQL, the ladies call me Indiana Joins.
It is confirmed by an authority I trust: I am *adorkable* https://mastodon.social/media/REhWbs2D7gZeyi_t6Cc
I am not abandoning Patreon by any means but if you previously had qualms with Patreon as a proprietary platform, Mastodon now has a team on Liberapay: https://liberapay.com/Mastodon/
I also have a personal account that some people already pledged to before I signed up, I don't know how to deal with that, but here you go (it's linked from the team)
can't believe they called it "the iliad" and not "troy story"
Back to back github outage days make me happy.
May a thousand self-hosted git repo hosts spring up across the countryside in response.
Git you some gitlab or gogs.
You'll be glad you did.
A turgid moistness swept across the land.
This sentence have been haunting my brain for days now!
If a website isn't readable on a text-only web browser (lynx, w3m) then it isn't really a website at all.
The next POTUS will have it easy: Just mash Ctrl-Z and hope the undo buffer is long enough to reach 2016
I'm willing to take ownership of any mastodon instance if some admin cannot continue or doesn't feel like it. (like, for free and without too many changes)
Excluding single user instances ofc, but I think if it's an open one users should come first anyway, and admins should have a proper way out without telling everyone to leave.
More signal - less noise
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