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@aral Yesterday I just re-evaluated grapesjs a -code that works entirely on the client. It matured a lot and I could think of something like that beeing part of the -web. It has a powerful plugin system and is very customizable.
grapesjs.com/

@aral I think you've been looking for a gitlab alternative. This might be of interest, once it matures: github.com/vlang/gitly

Tyrannosauraus Rex model, textures and animation by D.art (sketchfab.com/D.art) under CC-BY-NC-4.0 (creativecommons.org/licenses/b)
Sounds from theguitarmanjp, metrostock99 and qubodup at freesound.org under CC-by-3.0 (creativecommons.org/licenses/b)-

Created with Blender (blender.org)

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@pixelfed After a recent update, my pixelfeld instance is finally getting posts of people I follow again! It was broken for a long time, as I changed domains and I wasn't able to update due to some composer foo. Thanks @dansup !

@davidrevoy Update: Uploaded all (hopefully) correct PDF files to DriveThruComics and waiting for the initial print now. Then I can order a proof. If that is fine I will publish it. This is all exciting to me.

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Stop using "Zoom" as a general term for video conferencing.
Stop using "Google" as a general term for searching the web.

Just updated to mastodon v3.3.0 works fine so far. Thanks @Mastodon @Gargron

Long Rant About Tech 

Musing on my experience of working in tech.

If I could sum up the startup life in a simple phrase, it would be this: the contemporary model that tech start-ups adopt is fucking cancer. Virtually all of them start from good ideas, or at the very least, good intentions. At first, it seems cool to work at a tiny company where everything is scrappy and the future is uncertain, where your first big customer feels like a huge validation of a big idea.

But, at some point, there's this horrific pivot where the startup decides it MUST act like "a business" and, without coherent guidance, copies over the conventions that thousands of other startups have bought into, with little consideration towards their corrosive effects.

One of the biggest, most telling things about my last startup was in what happened to personnel. It's representative of the wider industry: most employees stay for about 1-2 years, then fuck off to some other company in search of advancement in either payment or status, or both. Turnover in tech is extremely high, despite the purported benefits: there's a snack bar! We do team-building exercises once a month! There's yoga and inspirational talks, and a diversity initiative, and all of our messaging focuses on how much we care about you! We're a family, after all!

Deep down, all of these concessions do little to address the more horrific things going on. Someone's fucking the boss. The Diversity and Inclusion initiative doesn't actually do anything. The community outreach program just has the same people coming back every month to leech off the free food while we mindlessly play powerpoint karaoke and interview industry veterans over buzzwords like kubernetes. We pretend to be progressive, and care about people, but we're part of why the rent is going up, and a factor in why that homeless guy is shitting in the street. The poop in the street is treated as a meme - we all talk with a smile about whether that's dog or human poop, then bring up whether the problem will ever get better, as we mosey down to a sandwich shop to pay for our $15 lunches without the hint of irony.

Dear web developers and admins,
please stop embedding Google's hideous #ReCaptcha into your websites. Its algorithm is faulty, forcing regular users to click dozens or even hundreds of fire hydrants, bicycles, or traffic lights each day. It puts a 'suspicious activity' flag on users who won't obey to Google's business model - such as people who don't sign into Chrome, use anonymity VPNs, or use browser extensions to suppress common tracking mechanisms. Enough is enough. Stop it.

Black folks only, non black folks don't interact besides if you want to boost. 

So when you got onto the fediverse where there any hashtags or anything you tried to search out to find other black folks on here? Wondering if there is any consensus could use to try and signal beacon to other folks. Or maybe I just need to start something and hope it sticks? Like they have #BlackTwitter i've seen on posts so maybe #BlackMastodon or #BlackFedi ?

Hello people. I'm looking for an that allows communities to create microsites on a single platform and connect to each other.
Any links or recommendations are very welcome.

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