The Blender #peertube instance has been updated to the latest version which now means it federates again, yeah!!
DON'T FORGET TO FOLLOW IT
THIS IS THE SMALLEST THING WE CAN DO to show them that they should support alternatives!
There's been a much more activity in the comments, and follows. YOU'RE AWESOME!
Promote it, boost the videos so others know it exists, and let them know on official channels (blender.today, blenderartists.org etc.) that it's a great idea.
A #mastodon exclusive! You are invited to play on a *REAL* PDP-8/e running the TSS/8 monitor (TimeSharing System 8) pictured here. There is a user contributed tutorial here:
To connect, ssh firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are unable to connect that means all 6 (yes, just 6) lines are in use. Remember, this is real hardware and there is NO EMULATION happening. It is the real deal! Enjoy!
- First use of computer tech in HS ('74)
- 1st PC ('87)
- Self-taught -- no vocational schools nearby back then
- Opened computer shop in '94
- GNU/Linux O/S of choice in '99, Windows free (dropped *all* support) for clients with advent of Win 10
- Retired earlier this year
- MX Linux is my distro of choice, but I have installed and run just about all of the pop distros over the years
- Trying to maintain learning & retention, as I gradually lose brain cells to geriatrics
Matrix chat server is up! Account registration is OPEN at matrix.hackers.town
Join up, make rooms, and idle with us! Encrypted group chat is a click away. Full list of Matrix clients over at: https://matrix.org/clients/
There's a petition to Save the .org top level domain. Apparently, ICANN could still stop it from being sold.
I know, petitions rarely work, but I also know that _sometimes_ they do.
Please consider signing if you _run_ anything there, or if you _use_ or _care about_ anything that's on a .org domain. Also, boosting this to others who follow you, would be very much appreciated.
+ I'm old enough to remember the Web of the 1990s/ 2000s.
It was a maze. You followed hypertext links, stumbled into forums and early troll-caves, used Slashdot and GoTo, experimented with LiveJournal and Blogger.
It wasn't safe, it was filled with weirdness, appealed heavily to geeks and loners. Being on the web in that era was a serious trip.
But it wasn't corporate. It wasn't the tool of major governments, yet. It was defiantly decentralised, and when you were online...
... you felt free.
I am a autistic trans person in Canada, i like to surf posts and casually research topics online between many other special interests of mine. And I produce subliminal affirmation videos on YouTube. Yeah, I am that creative.
INTP personality and life long learning
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