Here's a quick blogpost I just wrote describing Odysseus's personalized suggestions: https://odysseus.adrian.geek.nz/dev/2019/07/17/personalized-suggestions.html
It's an important feature, but I couldn't find much to say about it.
Found a super-handy command today. fselect is a program that imitates SQL SELECT syntax for filesystem searches. Examples:
fselect path FROM / WHERE is_shebang = TRUE # Writes a list of all interpreter scripts to stdout. Also a lot of permission denied errors to stderr.
fselect path, size FROM ~ WHERE name LIKE '.%' AND is_file = TRUE ORDER BY size DESC # Writes a list of hidden files in your home directory somewhere from biggest to smallest.
I really like Intercooler.js's ideas for starters.
It may arguably improve your site's experience on a desktop/laptop or even touchscreen phone, but it worsens your experience on, say, a "smart" TV or voice assistant even more so. This promise of universal accessibility was a big selling point for the Web early-on.
@ignaloidas how about let's just not let websites run arbitrary code on my computer
It's boosting time. A series in two toots:
1. Send me a little something about yourself and your donation links.
2. Send me a little something about someone else, or their project, again with a donation link.
Let's give back to the community this weekend.
I don't have a lot right now, but I'll try to contribute to a few, along with the boosts.
@alvarezp Yes, the number one thing is to ensure free software is the best software available.
But like Fain I would appreciate if our movements used more tools in our activist toolbox. For software freedom to become more than a resilient and constantly threatened niche.
Super Mario 64 has been decompiled, in its entirety, basically by hand (writing code until it compiles into the right binary) https://gbatemp.net/threads/super-mario-64-has-been-decompiled.542918/
It turns out that I am not doing a good job explaining what Awake is (my static site generator using PHP) and how it works.
For example, saying that I can "use PHP to generate a static site" sounds like non-sense at first because that is not how we all have been using it: why use PHP on a backend-less site?
Because I already did it it's clear to me but not to someone who hasn't even considered the concept, much less played with it.
It 's interesting how communication works.
What the fuck is wrong with you? https://mastodon.social/@dansup/102391641156493980
Why are you pressuring me to block a instance from the 14k people here, when you can do that yourself?
We need a better way to discover blogs online, without stupid algorithms and centralized platforms.
It's so cool!
"This is a tool for generating a webring from RSS feeds, so you can link to other blogs you like on your own blog"
Generalistic and moderated instance. All opinions are welcome, but hate speeches are prohibited. Users who don't respect rules will be silenced or suspended, depending on the violation severity.