Getting back into Klei's excellent Don't Starve after a long break. Seem to be better at it this time, I think Subnautica has been a good practice for the survival genre. Previously I was rubbish at own-goal-setting in sanbox games and thus got bored easily. Now I'm at least getting basic bases off the ground. Let's see how this goes...
Congratulations, Californians, and #nextcloud is at your service!
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There's already a flagship site up and running:
The dev is working on #ActivityPub support and is requesting feedback on what more needs to be done:
If you're interested in helping federate GetTogether, join the discussion at the link above.
Congrats @Chocobozzz and the whole @Framasoft team on reaching their funding goal for #peertube. There is still 12 days left to reach some stretch goals, but this is already an incredible achievement. #federation #p2p #video https://www.kisskissbankbank.com/en/projects/peertube-a-free-and-federated-video-platform
So my need for a new ereader is mounting...
Looking for suggestions on a decent hackable/FOSS friendly reader, mainly synced via Calibre, ideally with built-in backlight.
I hear Kobo is a good fit, but which model? Any experiences fedi-folks would care to share? Other devices/brands to check out?
A first look at #Ubuntu desktop metrics.
Let's take a breather from the Article13 mess, and focus on some good news:
#PeerTube has just passed the 50% mark on its crowdfunding with 15 days to go 🎉
The video world really needs the kind of ethical alternative that PeerTube offers 😎 👍
Help the video world declare indepdendence by contributing and/or sharing the crowdfunding:
Current status: building an IoT lab on my laptop, out of Sonoff devices, PlatformIO, Mosquitto (running on the laptop) and OpenHAB (on a VM, connecting to Mosquitto)
This is for my Prewired coding club tomorrow. Some of them are bored with abstract coding, so I figured some hands-on Open Source IoT fun would go down well ;)