Ran into this article on #hackernews yesterday and the discussion was pretty interesting.
But i have never NNTP or mailinglists for discussion although i have read my fair share of informative forum posts,
anyone else think content centric/driven discussion avenues is still needed?
Seems like on feature of #peertube that constantly get overlooked is subchannels where you can have an account with channels that have different directions of topics.
What's the best way to create digital forms (paperwork stuff, making a webpage to do this is not what I mean)? PDF supposedly has XFA but apparently that's deprecated (wonder why mud brick, couldn't be that you have a competing standard is it?) and acroforms is proprietary. What else is out there? What is widely used? What's the most open?
Nothing like that has been specified but it’s totally do-able. For example Keyoxide uses OpenPGP to verify OMEMO fingerprints: https://keyoxide.org/guides/xmpp The protocol that Keyoxide uses is open so one could imagine XMPP clients doing the verification themselves.
Or, if one wants forward-secrecy why not https://sequoia-pgp.gitlab.io/openpgp-dr/openpgp_dr/index.html ? It’s OpenPGP all the way down and offers similar guarantees as OMEMO.
Over a month later and it still seems like most videos are overexposed...
can cameras get corona?
I have encountered more image descriptions on Mastodon in 24 hours than I have in Twitter in a couple of years. Seriously. I'm not exaggerating.
As a blind person, this means a lot to me. If you read this and you describe your images, thank you so, so, so much on behalf of all of us. If you don't, now you know you'll be helping random Internet strangers make sense of your posts by typing in a few more words than usual.
Stumbled across this video and it seems interesting in contrast what you mostly hear about what you should eat in regards to the climate.
Someone linked me a SNL sketch from twitter where there's an emergency on Mars
Don't think it is the time and place to install #tmux
#elinks is an updated fork of elinks.
elinks (also called #felinks) is a continuation of elinks, a #terminal #web #browser. elinks has a familiar tab-oriented surfing experience, and has more advanced styling and positioning features than other terminal browsers. elinks has many bufixes and improvements, fixing security problems with the abandoned original.
Website 🔗️: https://github.com/rkd77/elinks
Linux geeks doing what Linux geeks do...