I mean, it's still a huge step forward when it comes to managing a library compared to Nextcloud, don't misunderstand.

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So I tried Photoprism. Overall it was nice, but lacks many features, most importantly 2FA.

@JordiGH I came here to say hi and send a request. I follow a bunch of mathematicians, coders, etc

Just read this on another social platform and I like it :blobcatgiggle:

"Mastodon doesn't have a quote function at all. The argument is that people should talk with each other and not about each other."

You know, sometimes I get the feeling the compiler simply ignores all my comments 🤔

i love strong female characters

you could say im a...
heroine addict

I'm only a religious person when Christian holidays come around.

4 days off! Yiiaaa! ¡Viva la Semana Santa!

So I've started translating my website to English, and might start posting more in that language. betoissues.com

A new #XEP has been published recently:

XEP-0461: Message Replies

This standardizes a way to indicate that a message is a reply to a previous message.

Authors: Natalie Wirth, Marvin Wissfeld


Info: xmpp.org/extensions/

#XMPP, #specification

Looking for alternatives to Gm4il, only email is required (don't care about the other services), should include 2FA, aliases, custom domain, IMAP/SMTP access at least.

Mailbox.org looked like a good alternative, but their 2FA implementation isn't my cup of tea.

🐙 gitty v0.4.0 is out!

gitty is a smart little helper for software developers and maintainers. It shows you a project's most relevant issues, pull requests, and changes at a quick glance - right on the command line.

The latest release now also supports GitLab instances and entire project namespaces!

🔥 Get it while it's hot: github.com/muesli/gitty

Web dev be like:

"I want to detect if a CSS variable has been changed"
"Sure, here's a very hacky solution with very specific requirements that are a pain to implement because there's no official way to do this"
"I want to detect if a user is sitting in a >3m² room, alone, and hasn't blinked in the last 2 seconds"
"You can use this 1-liner that utilizes the RoomSizeUserPresenceAndEyeBlink API Google pushed into standards to totally not improve their tracking of users"

When I was 13 and just starting to explore my sexuality I read a book called "Everything you wanted to know about sex but were afraid to ask."

For the most part it was the usual 1960s-1970s era sex-ed book but the chapter on homosexuality was ... criminal.

It was *incredibly* homophobic. No hope, everything was terrible. It said things like queers will molest anyone they can, spend their lives masturbating in the back of porn theaters, etc etc etc.

Based on that description I *knew* that couldn't possibly be me so I must not have been gay, right?

It set me back *years* in acceptance of who I am. It wasn't like I had any counter-examples. This was the late 1970s and we had no good role models.

This is one of the reasons I'm out now, so kids can see someone who is successful and not living the way that book says. Being a counter example is very important to me.

When the book was reprinted in the early 2000s, they updated everything else but left that chapter pretty much intact.

*If* you share this book with a younger or questioning person, make damn sure you discuss the reality Vs what that book says. Better yet, don't share the book with anyone else.

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