#WhyAreYouHere i was burned out by the birdsite and abandoned my account there a couple of years ago.
when i found out about mastodon i joined up with .social and read a lot more about what federation was and how it works. i thought it was a great way to have a birdsite alternative without any corporate bs. now it feels so much more than that
i've always tinkered around with my own blogs and servers, it seemed only natural to start my own instance, and here we are!
hopefully years more of it
i saw some people on here talking about a (self hosted? open source?) password manager that sounds cool but i can't remember what it was called. i think it was @mike talking about it. anyone know what i'm talking about?
i saw a study recently that was discussing the impact of modern commercial air traffic on weather patterns in the local region.
they noted that due to the sheer volume of air traffic over southern europe, major disruptions in the amount of rainfall were recorded compared to previous years
their conclusion in this case was simple: the rain in spain falls mainly on the planes
Putting a sticker over a computer menu because you don’t know how to change the menu is very 2019 https://ift.tt/2PF9fJ7
Congrats to the FastMail folks for helping modernize and secure email comms for the 21st century.
We’re making email more modern with JMAP
The specifications for JMAP Email have been published by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), marking a big victory for email tools now and in the future.
australian software developer with a penchant for politics. i'm a teapot
auspol.cafe - part of the Mastodon social network - Australian Politics - Watch out for spills!