@sir
The fact that they removed view-source: (and haven't tagged the issue as a bug) is my biggest gripe.

@omgubuntu
> [some twitter followers] asked why I’m troubled by a core system component using hundreds of megabytes of memory to ... do nothing.

Well, they are using twitter... proprietary software users don't always have the best judgement.

@omgubuntu
> [some twitter followers] asked why I’m troubled by a core system component using hundreds of megabytes of memory to ... do nothing.

Well, they are using twitter... proprietary software users don't always have the best judgement.

I often wonder why DAVx5 so frequently has an update, but vdirsyncer hardly ever does. Don't these two programs just do the same thing, but on different platforms?

@sir back when i didn't know any better my team jumped through all sorts of cloud hoops to get a repeating workload to run once an hour. it did work, but one of the senior people from a diff project was like "not sure why this isn't just a cron job" :catto:

"We moved to GitHub because everyone's already there"

"We shut down the mailing lists because most of our users prefer to use GitLab in their web browser"

"We're rewriting in Rust because we don't really have any non-x86_64 users"

"We're leaving IRC because Discord is more user-friendly"

What all of these arguments have in common is that they exclude people, centralize infrastructure, and eschew free software for proprietary solutions, all in the name of some ill-defined measure of "progress".

@sankakujin
I don't even get a local timeline, so I guess nothing to complain about here. But when half of my feed is from a specific instance, it makes me think about it.
@neauoire

@neauoire
"We have detected"... How did they do that?... using JavaScript?

@sir
How many of them addressed you by an incorrect first name?

@sir
Where the tools actually slow you down?
I mean, if it were more efficient, wouldn't all the 'uber for grocery shopping' workers be doing it already?

@bionade24
Procedural.
In college, we just learned these three:
1. Procedural
2. OOP
3. Nobody likes lisp
@sir

@mort
Random is the ideal... all others lead to privacy issues.
The best UUID generator will randomly choose which version of UUID it will generate.
@sir

@purism
Wow. Now there's a goal for number of app votes?
I should have just donated less money more times, so I could have more votes :P

@purism
I love this! What I'm wondering is how much money do you need and how many people need to click "Hold my order" in order for me to get my Librem 5 phone this year 😜.

Introducing: Fund Your App

Vote for the mobile phone apps you desire to see working on the phone!

puri.sm/fund-your-app/

"Fund Your App is a great way to show how far we have come with the Librem 5 and PureOS, it also allows people to vote on what is our app development priority."

@ewm
@silence
How does silence handle pairing between devices before starting end-to-end encryption?
Any plans to port to the linux phone software projects?
While the messages are being stored encrypted on one's device, how are the decryption keys stored?

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