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Cake day: Feb 12, 2020


Fluffy chat is by far the easiest as it behaves more like an Instant Messenger with less focus on groups which is what makes element confusing. There’s also much easier key handling and verification across devices. For anyone using a mainstream app like WhatsApp, element is a mess…confusing as hell.

I agree it’s very reasonable, especially the DIY version which would also be a great experience:). The ability to future proof a laptop is so exciting. I wish them the best of luck, and will definitely go this route when I’m in the market for a laptop.

I hope the developers are aware of yunohost. One click installs that don’t rely on docker are what the world needs.

That’s cool! I use the blabber fork by them, it’s nice too!

Do I remember some how they’re connected to the jing os development? Are they the same?

So funny that a world power can completely cripple itself … because capitalism

I agree, what a lot of bullshit, and you know what makes it bad? It has a business model, that’s the whole focus. It’s inevitable that it turns evil, how can it not. Investors, they use venture capital, want their pound of flesh. Sooner or later they’ll come for it. Peertube is free in every sense, it’s about video distribution, not commerce. I envision peertube becoming for video what WordPress is to websites.

Before you go building you need to price things out to see if there’s an advantage to doing it. Currently there’s a worldwide shortage of graphics cards due to the crypto mining frenzy. You may be better off getting something prebuilt. For parts and compatibility, go to pcpartspicker

I can’t wait until all this tech goes from theory to practical end user applications

This looks really interesting, I’ve never used Zulip but I love the concept

Is this an invidious instance? I love the interface changes and search

The great thing about peertube-search.com is that you can more easily filter content and actually scroll through latest uploads to discover random new content without a query:)

if you share a link from a subscription, that is on another server there is an option to share the original URL which solves this problem.