Hey new people! Since I'm a mod, quite a few of you automatically follow me. I boost a lot of stuff - if you like a toot, you should click the poster's username and go follow them, too! Having a large variety of content on your feed is a great way to enjoy federation.
Of course, I'm far from the only person using the platform - you should spend some time looking at the different feeds available on Mastodon! The Local timeline contains every tuxspace user, while the Federated timeline contains everyone a tuxspace user follows. On the web interface, you can find buttons to open them on the far right column (if they're not open already!)
If you don't like me or what I boost, there's no obligation to keep following. I understand my furry tastes aren't to everyone's liking!
The goal here is to build the timeline that you can enjoy and that makes you happy.
Camp experience: needing to go to a specific place to get phone reception has highlighted a few dependencies of mine
and by detail I mean secret but y'know
Going to spend most of my brainpower trying to come up with something to post right before the instance goes down. Could be:
- serious send-off
- personal detail
whatever it is, it'll be up for all of about an hour so
and yes, I'm gonna stick to bloody tiny instances, they're great!
gotta pick who'se next on the chopping block. I can't do much for a few days (no PC, *very* spotty data connection) but I'll probably end up re-merging my accounts on an instance like furry.engineer or whatever.
I really am cursed, huh. Four instance shutdowns within like, two years
Tuxspace will be closing on Friday 28th September at 18:00 UTC
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Okay, they've turned on the reddit redesign for me. It's kinda a shame to lose some of the site's unique aesthetic, but whatever - that's the direction they're taking it.
The infinite scrolling sucks though. You get to the bottom of the page and it sticks for a few seconds, then BANG suddenly the page gets 2x longer.
Why is it so hard to logically divide content? Why does everything have to be infinite?
There's no option or setting to disable this.
why are debugging symbols so BIG
Getting used to KDE - I definitely like the UX; it's pretty nicely polished.
That said, I can definitely feel the weight... it's not quite as snappy, the resting cpu/ram use isn't quite as impressive
some things never change
Hey dudes, have you listened to BRADIO before? They're rock-funk.
BRADIO stands for Break The Rule And Do Image On. Because, of course it does.
Fans of BRADIO are called "Funky Party People". I think you're sold by now.
@rw_r_r_0644 the diff, like any good library port, is hilariously small https://github.com/vgmoose/appstorenx/pull/19/files
If you scrape all the corn off the cob you’re decompiling the kernel
17yo programmer and furry, into Wii U homebrew, PowerPC, and whatever comes up in my feed. expect rambles about technology and slice-of-life stuff. 📷 are CC-BY
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