Hashtags are the *only* way to find people who're into the same stuff as you without having to ask folks for help. So:
1) Add hashtags to your positive public posts, and
2) When you post a hashtag, click it and boost something positive from that hashtag.
It helps get positive and interesting posts further out into the fediverse, and lets newbies find and follow people who share their interests. :)
(I saw this idea somewhere and I liked it, but I can't remember who it was!)
Probably the most important thing I've written about GNOME in the past few years. It's long, but take the time to read it all.
today I am pretty much guerilla porting the Polish equivalent of Project Gutenberg to IPFS and Dat and torrents and whatever else I come up with
thfrw at /r/openbsd_gaming is building a GOG.com shopping guide for #OpenBSD Gaming. Awesome!
macOS disk image: http://forthworks.com/retro/download/RETRO12.dmg.zip
macOS application only: http://forthworks.com/retro/download/R12_macOS_app.zip
Windows (.NET): http://forthworks.com/retro/download/RETRO12_Windows_2017_12.zip
(Or replace the http w/gopher if you prefer; type would be 9 for binary transfer)
iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/retro-forth-12/id1170943580?ls=1&mt=8 (update should be live shortly)
Facebook logged the posts you wrote but then erased and never posted in the first place, and now they kindly published a study about it https://www.aaai.org/ocs/index.php/ICWSM/ICWSM13/paper/viewFile/6093/6350 (PDF)
It's day 3 of the 2017 #MastoCensus, and we have 484 responses so far.
If you haven't already taken the Census, you definitely should. It's only 10 questions long, so it's really quick.
Just look how excited the questions are to meet you!
Please boost this so we can get as many responses as possible.