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1. The internet is a stack of protocols.
2. The fediverse is part of the internet.


The fediverse should be a stack of protocols.

If you contributed to a project, but don't any longer, why?

But it's his dam and he decides that some holes are ok.

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This is the story of a man who is attempting to plug holes in a dam with his fingers.

Thank to all who responded (and boosted!). It seems unnecessary to go through PRs more than once a week... and if it only takes an hour to sync up a C4 fork then... 馃帀

When you first encounter a code repository, what's the first thing you look at?

When you've seen software bounties work it was because of ________.

Problem: There is no development protocol as commonplace as Git

This is "Issue 1" (really issue 7) for the project.

Is "how we work" something that's come up in a project you've been involved with? Should it be decided early on? Does it matter?

When you first encounter a code repository, what's the first thing you look at?

Free Software says you have the right to learn from and work on the software. Nobody has the right to erect intentional barriers. That's it. Any benefits for end users that come out of that are up to the end users.

Cooperative Technology (n茅e Communal Software) goes further and says software exists for a community of users.

If happiness is good health and a short memory, and the internet never forgets, then we'd better focus extra hard on health.

Beyond Photos.

While photo sharing remains our main focus, we are exploring new ways to share on our platform.

Our next release (this Friday) will contain Groups, Polls and Text Posts!

#pixelfed #fediverse #activitypub

Build was failing (now fixed) for the first time. What did I learn? Don't resolve conflicts on the default branch because pushing merges the upstream catch-up PR, even though CI hasn't run after conflicts were resolved.

Congrats to #PeerTube @peertube for surpassing the 1.000 servers milestone

馃 馃悪 馃悪馃悪

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As a developer, how quickly would you like to see your code be merged?

Conway's Law says that software structures itself out of the team or organization that creates it. So the next step for the fork is to build that team.

I'm looking for people who want to build by learning, by solving problems, rather than by design. Let's have the market tell us what they want from the software, and build that. Coders, maintainers, documenters, and problem-finders welcome.

TIL about . If it does what it says on the box, this could be huge. Anybody want to confirm or point out flaws?

Spent some time getting a production setup of working on Docker. Always like to document what worked so here's the current setup doc:

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