"If this project is dead, just tell us": https://github.com/pypa/pipenv/issues/4058
This refers to a popular but stagnant Python project, but is a broad analogy for many others.
Also, if you're currently using Python+Pipenv, upgrade to Poetry. Thank me later.
i don't get why would people expect me to treat them nicely when i haven't been in a scenario exactly like that? i don't have time alive to repeat every single experience with every single person. every single experience cached in memory tweaks the next similar experience, even if it's a mirror experience, where i switch roles. for example, my sorry isn't good enough, i don't give a fuck about your sorry, no matter who you are, how close you are and how offended you get with my callousness.
first you meet and make a lot of friends growing up. then you move apart, because you never get ready to trust people you can call friends in places with competitive career opportunities. then you keep in touch initially over few years. some drop off the radar, you drop off the radar...then it so also happens that they totally get in your radar but don't blip at all or you're blocked from seeing them blip on your radar. then you thank such friends for not further wasting your time with their tmi
@admin i also checked on another instance, that only home and notifications use xhr+json and optionally a service worker. i can drop the other TLs but they use websockets and home and notifications are the minimum anyone needs
@admin why do i see rate limited warnings on my desktop web browser ui of this instance? does opening and pinning all timelines (home, notifications, DMs, local and federated) get too much of a load?
Discovery on Mastodon https://bnolet.me/posts/2019/11/discovery-on-mastodon/
(Or how to find other people)
Cory Docotorow's "Unauthorized Bread" is a dark but hopeful near-future story about a POC woman and her kid who work to liberate their neighbors from poverty by hacking their DRM-infected kitchen appliances. It's lovely, and from a future that feels inevitable.
It's in his recent story collection, "Radicalized", which is also available in e-library apps. You should read it.
If you started on your path to denounce big corp services with the easiest step of switching your web search engine, here's the next thing that you could look at giving up, for the sake of a less monopolized web, without disowning friends and family. Starve AMP to death. Here's how https://markosaric.com/google-amp/
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