When Workers Control The Code https://www.wired.com/story/when-workers-control-gig-economy/
@varx Good point. Are there any other existing efforts (that you're aware of) that do a good job at this?
@aral Gross. Out of curiosity, how did you find this? Were you just browsing the source or did you notice the network requests?
@kaikatsu Irritating indeed. I wanted to like FreeCAD so much but it takes me so long to accomplish what takes me only a couple minutes in Fusion 360. I tried getting Fusion 360 running in Linux (via Wine) without success.
@joeyh Wow. I'm planning to do something similar this spring (burying a long run of wire). What was your approach? Any suggestions? Did you just use a shovel?
@pimterry No specific reason- just generally skeptical about things like that. How is the cost of centralized network infrastructure funded? Will it be around in 10 years? etc.
@pimterry I've been playing around with LoRa a little bit so this is interesting to me. I also recall someone talking about this at my local hackerspace a while back. Am I understanding correctly that there's a centralized registry of nodes through which all data flows? Is that part self-hostable?
@syndikalista My SSB public key is
Been enjoying following along with some of these readings: https://github.com/datatogether/reading_datatogether
"we decided to build a low-tech, self-hosted, and solar-powered version of Low-tech Magazine"
I respect a website that's prepared to go offline when it gets too cloudy.
Excited to see some initial thoughts about Git service federation: https://github.com/git-federation/gitpub
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