If true, that means a news publisher got advanced notice, and not some operating systems vendors.
"Responsible disclosure" is anything but responsible.
"I heard Mastodon was failing."
Mastodon isn't focused on a profit motive. If your paradigm insists that anything that can't be monetized is a failure then sure, Mastodon willingly and cheerfully fails in your eyes.
Interesting read: Reddit user Deggit on the centralization of the Internet -> https://www.reddit.com/r/technology/comments/96ug3n/vimeo_just_decided_to_remove_content_from/e43gtq8/
i don't remember if it was IAR or CodeWarrior or what but i "fondly" remember how one of my coworkers eventually found out that the compiler always optimized "if (a || b)" into "if (a)" literally every single time no matter what. it just ignored the entire right hand side of one of the commonly used operators, always
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I am particularly fond of seeing accounts that tried the fediverse out in the past but then went silent come back.
I enjoy seeing new users, too, but seeing someone come back to give the 'verse another try feels like a bigger win, like there's something so compelling here that it lingers in peoples' subconscious or something.
So, if you were here, left, and now lurk, don't be afraid to chime in once in a while - I'm glad you're here, and I know I'm not alone.
sooo... why can i click the little stars on posts on the feed thing but if i go directly to the persons page i cant? :\
I'm seeing folks pledging to deactivate their Twitter accounts on what they're calling #DeactiDay. I like the theory, but leaving aside the elitism of being ABLE to delete your Twitter account, a lot of people are posting about it on Facebook, which is... not better. Maybe worse.
i rate restaurants on a scale; one star for every projector playing Minions. about to eat at my very first 1-star restaurant :)
i should really work on getting a dev environment up for Mastodon some time; there's a nice feature some other clients implement (the ability to see the local timeline of any instance) that I kinda really really want to see in webui.
currently thinking about Gambling Websites over ActivityPub, probably the worst idea ever, definitely not something that i'll actually do but i'm bored and it just sounds like something interesting to think about
imagine the crippling crisis of indecision @email@example.com would have if alex jones changed his display name to “elon musk”
I'm so glad I implemented the invite links with autofollow, it seems like people are really using them
I actually like the fed timeline... watching it stream by catching random stuff
So much more relaxing than twit
any designers on here that wanna help out on a mastodon app for ios? particularly interested in working with you if youre part of an underrepresented group in tech.
boost for visibility? 😊
One misconception of #mastodon is that when you arrive here you expect to see all your #twitter friends or at least someone to follow. It's like walking into a library and expecting your favorite book to be lying on the table in the lobby waiting for you. The community you seek is here, you just have to do a bit more work to find them.
After sleeping on it, I think #Mastodon should rename ‘instances’ to ‘Communities.’
Instances feels too technical and I see even savvy people struggling to understand it.
I argue communities would make much more sense. It denotes much of the purpose behind _why_ this service has different instances, and many people will already be familiar with the concept from Reddit (the, what, sixth most popular site on the net?).
slipstream, raylee, Rye, Rai-chan [of Ring of Lightning]
Reverser, coder, infosec, beta collector.
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