I have (and read that too beforehand) and that's what even reinforced my stance. The queer folks who helped build alternative worlds knew and understood the importance of being able to control what one sees. I would probably have experienced even more vitriol in 2015 if I was on such a platform.
If you're promoting things of the #web3 world (like crypto, DAOs, etc); I'm rejecting follow requests and indefinitely blocking you. We have too much information debunking its "merits" and too much to be digging capitalism into them. We have to be breaking OUT, not locking ourselves in.
Tried it a few times and it didn't pass my personal bar on content management (controlling who can see what on a per-post basis) or moderation (aka it doesn't exist). Would be better off on Mastodon, tbh.
Since Twitter's fallen prey to a vile form of capitalism, I'd recommend moving to places like Tumblr, Mastodon or take your own site to the IndieWeb. Down to help anyone out. I'm on Mastodon at https://todon.eu/@jalcine but you can also just follow me via my website.
Where do the web3 go? Figured Mastodon (or just the open social Web as a whole) isn't up to their standards?
I have learned a lot about people in the e-mails who obviously had the same idea, are super capable and are working on it. I don't necessarily want to count out Bluesky but we need to make sure we're focused on plurality AND interoperability. Having multiple options will allow us (communities who use social networking) to be resilient.
These people are not only deranged, they're taking literal sci-fi dystopian stories and making it into their "lives". And they're going to try to mobilize everyone else as their new serfs. https://archive.ph/McZje
Side effect of a lack of a global search. Great for protecting people from flooding harrassment.
IMO, The ACLU needs to get involved. This is borderline forced labor (work or be deported in a few months, provided you can't find another sponsor).
Again, things like this remind me that people who only care when it happens to "them" won't care. https://twitter.com/tomdale/status/1592535974088957955
I wiped the
fly launchto get a clean config. That gave me a good base to work on and fix the configuration; fixing my issue!
I randomly watched the intro to Captain Planet and was like "dang, did Avatar bite off the opening sequence?", lol. That said, that intro is a hit, I like it.
I'm starting to think I have a bug with Sele versus me not doing this configuration right.
I'll try this out; thank you!
"Even if you're paying for the product, you're still the product" by @doctorow https://pluralistic.net/2022/11/14/luxury-surveillance/. Reminds me to read https://bookshop.org/p/books/fully-automated-luxury-communism-a-manifesto-aaron-bastani/12021708
Trying to figure out why this configuration for a Fly.io config file (source: https://git.jacky.wtf/indieweb/sele/src/branch/feature/implement-setup-flow/fly.toml) isn't allowing it to resolve when I try to connect to its URL at https://proud-pine-6165.fly.dev. Gonna post on the forums too but asking out here for anyone knowledgeable.
Thanks for posting this! Going to use this to begin enhancing my backfeed on my site.
https://david.shanske.com's written a blog post for those of y'all using WordPress and wanting to get "verified" (confirm your websites) on Mastodon! https://david.shanske.com/2022/11/14/rel-me-profile-link-verification-on-wordpress-for-mastodon-and-other-services/
This is something I'm running into now myself and I'm having to resort to using
#[serde(alias = "oneWord")] to allow fields likesession_secret_keyto be seen assessionkey. Pretty undesirable, but it works.
In this vein, though probably not possible, if we could get config to know what kind of env to fill a field with in maybe some sort of more custom deserialization, that'd could allow people to specify the full env string a field could match to.