I feel this way about some folks on “Flemish Twitter.” That said, can’t say I miss any of the crap thrown around over there!
> Well, I have to say I miss the French blogging community, the so-called blogosphère.
@ton There’s two accounts (both mine), but this one gets used a lot more often. (I could look into affordable third-party storage buckets and what not, but I’m okay for now. Also, I’m not entirely sure why I—and everybody else—should keep everyone’s images [and toots] around forever.)
My tiny Mastodon instance is now two months old (and growing steadily). I’m currently using some 57%, most of which—I think—is Ubuntu itself, and the Mastodon Docker images, of my dedicated 20 GB VPS. (That said, the `public/system/accounts` folder is almost 3 GB as well, and I don’t think it’s as easily cleaned out as orphaned attachments or link previews.)
(See above.) You’d use it like so: https://granary.io/url?input=atom&output=rss&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.zylstra.org%2Fblog%2Ffeed%2Fatom%2F @ton
Maybe https://granary.io could work? Not a feed hosting service, but a type of proxy that doesn’t store anything (and is typically used to convert one feed type into another). You should be able to use it to “translate” WordPress’s RSS to Atom—or WordPress’s Atom to RSS.
> If you have meetings all day at the office, don’t simply simulate those meetings via video.
A way to automatically document hook callbacks would be nice, especially for WordPress plugins.
Just learned about MVP.css and it’s _genius_. (I myself have mostly been using “normalize.css” plus as little as possible hand-crafted CSS for a while now, but this might be an even better starting point. Heck, it’s probably perfect for styling a few quickly thrown together static HTML files.)
> No class names, no frameworks, just semantic HTML[.]
A minimalist stylesheet for HTML elements. No class names, no frameworks, just semantic HTML and you're done.
Coronavirus, climate change
"While COVID-19 is playing out more quickly than the effects of global warming, the principle is the same: if you wait until you can see the impact, it is too late to stop it."
"Coronavirus Holds Key Lessons on How to Fight Climate Change" - Yale
Truck driver so my workspace office looks like this...essential worker...everyone still needs TP and food during the pandemic..
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