As a general note for people who want to help mastodon but don't have money or don't know how to code:
Open source projects always need help with writing more documentation.
Always, this is always true.
I am in a giant hotel in Tel Aviv and I keep bumping into people I went to school with, because apparently half of Jewish London is here
@migurski Gaah, had I not been chasing children around a Jerusalem hotel I would have given you pointers. But to start with, this is a very fun, free 15 minutes: https://crowscrowscrows.itch.io/dr-langeskov-the-tiger-and-the-terribly-cursed-emerald-a-whirlwind-heist
@harrisj but there are so many other ways of greeting people
why would you force people into rigid, dogmatic uniformity of expression rather than celebrate the amazingly diverse ways we can acknowledge each other
why would you do this
are you trying to give the people something against which to rebel
things may improve over the next few days, but in the meantime, keep talking
(to start with, I'm keen to see where the current Mastodon/ActivityPub/whatever protocol set overlaps with the functionality we want here, either directly or when twisted into freakish shapes)
Just arrived in Israel with the family. All this week's Mastodon thots - should I get around to any - will be coming from either Jerusalem or Tel Aviv, and behold they shalt be even more biblical and prophetic in tone. (The wild eyes are due to jetlag.)