@johnson @h_d Checking out some of the final features that made it into the 0.8 release of mastodon.el for #emacs. Love the final implementation of the following and followers tabs. Including the summaries under each of the user handles makes those tabs much more useful for finding new people to follow.
@johnson Thank you for developing the mastodon.el package. I just installed it and it works great!
Me being used to Emacs special mode (non-vi) keys, I rewired the mastodon-mode-map as follows: https://github.com/kaushalmodi/.emacs.d/blob/b09feb1ff1fc7b559f315dd607c8a392ca342389/setup-files/setup-mastodon.el#L13-L37
The mastodon stages:
1: getting used to the interface
2: discovering that most people are just people, engaged in everyday adventures, big & small
3: the allure of the notification sound
4: a gradual getting used to the fact that not everything is about US politics, and that it's okay to filter it out on a macro level
5: a quiet moment when you think "there can still be poetry in this world"
6: some sort of reconciliation with the quantum magic that is the federated timeline
kubectl scale --replicas=1000 rs/sheep
new monitor just showed up. i have... a lot of pixels
2/ M-x package-install mastodon RET
As seen by last two boosted toots, BTW.
So there's a bug blocking the Notifications timeline from going to master. If you try to boost from Notifications, you'll actually boost some random toot.
Recent notifications around mastodon.el have reminded me how bad I've been at keeping up to date with Mastodon happenings.
I've been into Elixir and Kubernetes for work stuff, so not much time to give mastodon.el some needed TLC.
Follow friends and discover new ones. Publish anything you want: links, pictures, text, video. This server is run by the main developers of the Mastodon project. Everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!