@Gina Working in the non-profit area, I do not really feel that. Sure, you usually are also personally interested in the topic you work for, but I don't feel that my work is my life, and I would guess the same for my colleagues. And that's a good thing, because during my work time, I can focus on this, and in my private time I can relax and do completely different things.

If an employer would demand me to "live my work", I'd quit. But there are still enough viable options around I think.

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Mein heute morgen ... nicht einmal am Fahrradbügel ist man sicher vor den Autos dieser Stadt /°\

@3rik Was stehst du da auch so dreist in der Gegend rum?! Früher™ war das sicherlich mal ein Parkplatz für die richtigen Helden der Straße!!1

@juh @scy @fsfe @codeberg Für Privatmenschen ist das auf jeden Fall ein guter Anlaufpunkt weil gehostet von einem gemeinnützigen Verein unter der /#GDPR.

@gerhardbeck @fsfe Eine formalisierte Mitgliederberatung hat die FSFE nicht, aber ich bin zuversichtlich, dass du auf alle deine Fragen eine Antwort auf der deutschsprachigen Diskussionsliste bekommen wirst. Dafür aber bitte ein bisschen ausformulieren, ich weiß etwa nicht genau, was mit mit Nutzungsbedingungen genau meinst.


@norztech @mxmehl Thank you. I went with @sengi_app eventually but your hint is also interesting!

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Looking for a few people to test the Exposure Notifications API of @microg

- Update your microG to microg.org/dl/core-en.apk
- Install and set up your local gov corona tracing app xda-developers.com/google-appl
- Verify that microG settings has Exposure Notifications enabled and shows the app as using it
- When you are in public tomorrow, go to microG settings again and verify that "Collected IDs" shows a higher number
- Report back here with device name and android version+rom


Still sad that will not take place this year. It was one of my favourite conferences of the year in an exciting location with super-friendly people and organisers.

Looking forward to the t-shirts though, always a must-have!


Great news from @kde: the KDE Framework is fully compliant, so perfectly reusable from a copyright/licensing perspective – and this is just the start of their journey!

Excellent work and yet another example that REUSE is suited also for large and old projects.


@sengi_app thank you! The docker image is preferred, because with my/our CI/CD will probably be a bit harder to simulate what you have done :) looking forward to it,I really like the project!

@sengi_app The more static, the better! But ideally, the deployment would be automatic, so that I can configure e.g. the URL for the build.

If that's possible, it would probably not be hard to write a docker image that compiles the code, copies the static content in a web dir, and sets up a simple webserver around this.

Is there need for permanent data, e.g. for the auth keys?

@sengi_app Ah, good to know! A docker-based setup would be fine, ideally it would contain a webserver already and would be configurable via environment vars.

How do you do your deployment then? Compiling it via NPM and having your own webserver running on the host? Sorry for the dump questions, nodejs is really not my expert domain...

@sengi_app I just discovered your project, just what I searched for, thank you! I didn't find documentation on how to install Sengi as a web-app on my own infrastructure. Am I looking in the wrong place?

@skrlet13 Yes, that's really close already, thank you! Trying it out now :)

@aslmx @fsfe IANAL, but "owning" is a difficult legal concept, especially for "virtual" things like code. Free Software allows you do freely use, study, share and improve the code, so you probably won't miss any freedom. Bu you do not own copyright, so cannot sue someone for infringing the license, and depending on the license you cannot relicense the code (so e.g. release someone else's GPL'ed code under MIT license).

But you can say that as we imagine it would become a public good

@tunda Ah, I already have that activated for my accounts. It's great (I <3 columns), but no multi-account functionality. That's basically the only thing from the Mastodon advanced interface I am missing.

@tunda Unfortunately not really, but thanks anyways:
* There are no columns (like the normal Mastodon view)
* I cannot reply to a toot in one account with another account

The great thing of Tweetdeck is that I can have columns, notifications etc of one or multiple accounts in one layer, so no need to switch accounts. Also, it's web-based, so I can open it in multi-service-tools like Rambox or Franz

Is there something like for Mastodon already? So:

* Multi-account (I can reply a notification of my first account in the name of the second account)
* Web-based (so can be integrated in Rambox/Franz for instance)
* Ideally self-hostable, but not a must

Thanks for any hints!

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