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Time sheets are stupid. Thank you for coming to my TEDTalk

I am looking for a #linux tablet. Any recommendations? 🐧

Hello, I’m the reel2bits project main developper (a #FOSS self-hostable #soundcloud like with #ActivityPub federation).

It’s written in python/flask/vuejs and I need help because of health issues I’m unable to work a lot on it anymore, if you are interested to help me on some of the issues and more specially the ActivityPub part, you can contact me through:

the project matrix channel
the issue tracker
this account

boosts appreciated, thanks.

On a note if anybody has recommendations, I prefer server-side rendering compared to single page applications, even where SEO isn't a big deal.

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Guess it'll be test & switch and will end up creating 3 different versions.

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Which was a pain to deal with. Now I'm thinking of using React, Vue.js or maybe Nuxt.js but I don't want to get too complicated.

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Who uses that anyways, the whole point is to use that from a different frontend (most probably JavaScript). But I haven't touched any JavaScript framework since AngularJS

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To clarify I started this looking for an alternative to Flask on a personal project. The problem now is, while it seems like FastAPI is good for developing APIs, it's frontend capabilities aren't supported as well.

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So I recently started trying FastAPI (about a week ago) and want to do a little demo to-do app (a classic) using Jinja templates

Fixed palette graphics and NeXT computer cubes /
Japanese MIDI modules and Trinitron tubes /
Old clicky keyboards with buckling springs /
These are a few of my favorite things.

“Buh TikTok is Chinese spyware.”

Shut the fuck up who cares. Everything is spyware these days you’re just signaling out Chinese companies because you’re racist.

thinking about self driving cars, but the cars are longer, with capacity for about 90 people per car. and maybe we could simplify the decision-making of the AI by providing a set path and schedule that they would adhere to. perhaps a physical mechanism on which the self-driving car could always be on, something like a rail to minimize them going off path and being a danger to cyclists or pedestrians. anyone in Silicon Valley want to fund this? we could even chain the cars together to maximize efficiency.

since i set up wireguard for the first time i fell in love with it. although i'm not clear about internal advantages vs openvpn i would recommend it to anybody looking for a self-hosted vpn.

i believe there are even some good providers already.

can we just like delete the linux audio stack and start over?

Finally managed to get WebDAV working. CardDAV and CalDAV were easy thanks to Radicale. Oh but lets not talk about webdav using only nginx.

In the end I just decided to use wsgidav and nginx as reverse proxy.

@ademalsasa though not exactly the same, a bare bones git server on VPS can come in handy.

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