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Just a reminder, please don't ask me about my employer, about any of the news around them, or about any of the decisions they made, as I will not answer them.

If you harass me over decisions that they made because I work for them, I will instantly block and report for harassment.

If you don't know where I work, I won't be talking about it. If you find out through other sites or sources, please re-read this toot.

Thanks for understanding!

Setup a tunneling scheme to have my micropub server sitting in production but I can hook into it for development with some nginx tricks and an SSH tunnel, all controlled from a VS Code task. This solves the problem of testing against existing apps very nicely.

Getting my website tools back in order, starting with the endpoint. Hopefully I can have that publishing real posts to my website soon. Someone please build a Micropub Mac publishing app.

If you're messing around with , I wrote a Scheduler you can use with things like delay() that puts things onto a DispatchQueue.

Coming soon to my new home server rack: the Norco RPC-4216. 16 hot swappable drive bays, two 5.25" bays, room for quiet 120mm fans. This will likely be a 5-10 year case with lots of expansion opportunity.

hello if you still use chrome i gently recommend giving firefox a chance. i gave up on it a few years back but now that i'm using it again i think i'm here to stay. it's not perfect but neither is chrome, and it's actually beating chrome in speed in some areas these days

also google is about to seriously hinder adblocking extensions in favour of letting their own ads and tracking shit slide through

First post from @mastonaut on Mac! I think this is the first native Mac app for Mastodon to my knowledge. Congratulations @brunoph! 🎆

Working on a UINavigationController for Mac. Pure AppKit, no Marzipan, two finger swipe back on a trackpad, visual effect view blurring on the background.

Working on a UINavigationController for Mac. Pure AppKit, no Marzipan, two finger swipe back on a trackpad, visual effect view blurring on the background.

God I've missed building desktop apps. AppKit is pretty good these days. I wish I had a Gtk+/Qt setup that was this good, or that React Native was ubiquitous across the Mac and Linux as it is on Windows. But I'm having fun building personal apps for the first time in awhile.

I ordered one of those pop socket things for my phone yesterday and they've emailed me twice with marketing emails since then, that's just a normal thing now

We've all just accepted that handing a company your email address gives them an infinite license to spam the shit out of you and that's wild to me

My Friday night consists of writing an HTML to NSAttributedString parser, apparently

Doing a hobby project in AppKit and having a blast with it. Modern AppKit is Good, isn't encumbered by the bullshit of the App Store or App Review, has a proper UNIX behind it, and has so much flexibility.

if y'all don't think panic x teenage engineering is the greatest possible collab ever, i don't know what to tell you

Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless earbuds. They sound really good. The "transparent audio" effect is freaky but very effective. The mobile app doesn't work so far.

It's been a few chaotic weeks here, but we have a lease for a new house signed and are frantically moving everything. We'll still be north of Seattle but will be about 15 minutes closer to the city. Of course, now I'm paranoid about settling anywhere out of fear that this new house is just going to do the same thing in a year. Sigh. Landlords are a blight on society.
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