- A group of simple, open source Android apps without ads and unnecessary permissions, with customizable widgets https://www.simplemobiletools.com/
My birthday is months away, but Wendy got me a present and she made me try it on because it's a 30-day return policy. Now I can bike to work in the winter in style: http://outdoorsurvivalcanada.com/product/nevluk/ Yes, it's fur (at the top) and goose down, but I tried to go the vegan shoe route and the shoes just fall apart and they were made in Pakistan. Fair trade, sure, but flying stuff from Pakistan can't be good for the environment. From what I understand, fur is way better than synthetic for not freezing up when wet. I don't need something rated to -40 when I'm biking anyway, but I'm not going to argue with her about it. :)
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- Netflix Admits It Doesn't Really Care About #NetNeutrality Now That It's Big - https://www.techdirt.com/blog/netneutrality/articles/20170531/11283837488/netflix-admits-it-doesnt-r... well, thanks a bunch
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cwebber's meta-federation rule
On any federated system with less than a million users, a minimum of one fifth of communication federated through the network will be discussions or debates over communication federating through the network.Show all 5 replies
Not a silo, it's a federated system, and actually federates with pre-existing GNU Social servers and other OStatus-using services, besides the different Mastodon servers.
In the nearish future, it will also federate with Pump and other ActivityPub adopters, too (Diaspora might be in there).
Also, it's not possible to federate with Twitter.com, that's a given. Now that's a silo =)
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Test Day Is Underway!
datamost.com is now running pump.io version 4.0.0 beta 5 for the next 24 hours. Please report strange occurrences.Show all 6 replies
I am just a bit worried about that trend in recent years pretty much everywhere (not just around node or npm) of so many dependencies pulling in more dependencies pulling in more dependencies.pulling in more dependencies. how long can each chain in every branch of that get?
how many additonal things do I beed to trust when I install a package?.
(yes I know there are no univeral "correct" answers to such questions just putting them out there because they express a very REAL fear)
sorry probably off-topic and not really related to pump.io -
I have only positive feelings about the community and a movement forward for the code gets a YAY here!
I wish my country would stop bombing people.
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Interactions with this post in the Meanwhile feed made me realize that Pumpa is apparently "being careful" and ensuring the Title field has proper HTML entities in place of special characters.
But apparently the title field does not expect HTML formatting, which causes the "posted a comment in reply to Blah < bleh >" beauty =)
I'll let @sazius know.