Web dev be like:
"I want to detect if a CSS variable has been changed"
"Sure, here's a very hacky solution with very specific requirements that are a pain to implement because there's no official way to do this"
"I want to detect if a user is sitting in a >3m² room, alone, and hasn't blinked in the last 2 seconds"
"You can use this 1-liner that utilizes the RoomSizeUserPresenceAndEyeBlink API Google pushed into standards to totally not improve their tracking of users"
Dis seems neat, fully decentralized messaging with an IRC vibe to it:
I wrote a guide on steam about creating mods for an Unity game (ChilloutVR)... https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=2576217807
Thought I'd mention that here because I think it's pretty neat and feel like people don't really follow the social aspects of steam x'3
andrew lee just seized over 700 channels on freenode because they mentioned libera.chat in their topic.
This includes projects like openbsd, wikimedia, FOSDEM, etc.
https://archive.is/uHw1g shows 720 channels that match what is being checked.
here's an example log: https://gist.github.com/pushcx/ab2a1d5b1d18e964c581ef18ccb3a79f
boost this if you care about foss in any way.
Any good #mastodon forks similar to glitch-soc or based on it? I'm not too keen on maintaining my own fork, since like, I don't really know ruby
Just setup #nitter in addition to my already existing #invidious instance, I wonder if there's a good way to have them internet accessible without letting randoms cause load onto my systems... Many android apps don't seem to like basic password auth, and I don't think client certificates will work that well either, so I'm kinda out of ideas.
A wolfo nerd who likes privacy and tech.
a furry mastodon instance [ art by angiewolfartist ]