@crickxson Oh. Hopefully, I can visit soon.
@crickxson Oh what? Where are you? You left the World Trade Organization? ;)
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@bram I have not tried it. So can't tell. I just looked at the screenshots. :)
You 𝘵𝘩𝘪𝘯𝘬 it's 𝒸𝓊𝓉ℯ to 𝘄𝗿𝗶𝘁𝗲 your tweets and usernames 𝖙𝖍𝖎𝖘 𝖜𝖆𝖞. But have you 𝙡𝙞𝙨𝙩𝙚𝙣𝙚𝙙 to what it 𝘴𝘰𝘶𝘯𝘥𝘴 𝘭𝘪𝘬𝘦 with assistive technologies like 𝓥𝓸𝓲𝓬𝓮𝓞𝓿𝓮𝓻?
@lightone Thx. I'm not sure if rate limiting would be the solution. It would not remove the annoyance. It would just make it a little less crazy. The annoyance comes mainly from the fact that all posts point to tho same website with similar deceptive phrasing tactics. Whether it happens every 5s or every 5m is kind of the least of our problem.
My reply to a Google recruiter:
SPEAKING OF tech/arts things in NYC, this session at the School for Poetic Computation in feb looks amazing http://sfpc.io/codepaper/
"When we fold, we imbue an inert material with pattern, structure, animation, function, and interface; a crease in paper is a re-programming of the material’s memory. Folded structures give us a means to touch and manipulate difficult problems.... With an increased knowledge of folding mechanisms can we build more sustainable, ecologically-aware technology?"
@lightone sounds like quite some hard work for just one type of spam.
#Mastodon.social is facing quite an annoying #spam problem recently. Some #spambot has been hitting the instance since a few days, posting a toot every 5s pointing to the same site. I've been reporting multiple accounts following the same pattern. I wonder what strategies can be put in place to prevent this because, apparently, whoever wrote that bot keeps it running 24/7 with quite some "success".
@tomasino Reading is fighting trolls? ;)
@frankiezafe Git est déjà fédéré ;) C'est Gitlab qui ne l'est pas. 😋 Je crois qu'il y a des gens qui bossent sur la fédération de Gitea par contre.
@frankiezafe Comme je disais, tu t'inquiètes pas de savoir si la machine est éteinte ou allumée. De toute façon, au point où on en est, il y a beaucoup de chance que ce soit une machine différente qui fasse tourner le processus à chaque fois que tu l'appeles.
@frankiezafe Ouais. Voilà. Mais tu ne dois même pas t'inquiéter de la machine virtuelle. Tu dis: voilà une fonction, elle attend des paramètres en entrée, j'attends un truc en retour. Et l'autre te dit, ce sera 3 centimes d'euros à chaque fois que je la fait tourner. Et tu dis ok.
@frankiezafe Et je t'ai répondu en anglais sans m'en rendre compte. Désolé :)
@frankiezafe. Serverless means you are running processes on a computer that you don't own but allocated to you during the time you need to run that process. Example: You build a service where a user uploads an image. You have a process that applies transformation to that image before handing it over to other processes or storage. You could imagine that the image transformation process is taken care by a service that will only do that. You will be billed only for those cycles used.
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