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They’re plugins for [F-Stop](, my poorly named Aperture + Monocle “fork”—rewrite, more like—and work _much like_ WordPress plugins. (No Composer or command line is involved in installing them.) Hoping to open-source the whole thing soon.


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Je tiens un potentiel vainqueur de l'image la plus lourde dans les sites !

Plus de 24 Mo pour une image de 8159x5439 pixels, dont on ne voit de plus qu'une petite partie dans le carrousel.

La page d'accueil de L'Agence France Trésor pèse au total plus de 39 Mo ! 🤦‍♂️

+ @Sphinx_Pouet @emmanuelc

Moving more and more of my feed reader’s functionality into separate plugins, which can be (de)activated on the fly. So far, I’ve got: `checkin-maps`, `custom-css`, `micropub` (in progress, but low prio), `microsub`, `notifications`, `opml`, `reading-time`, `scraper`, `tags`, and `websub` (in progress, but … low prio).


Keep forgetting to put the “reply context” _above_ `e-content` when manually creating quick replies. I mean, it’s a small thing, but …


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hey music makers - I need some advice.. I have a large variety of music stretching back to the early 2000's on my bandcamp... a lot of it does not represent my current style / production skills or even my worldview. should I

- just remove the old music, or
- create a new bandcamp each style I make (idm/glitch, techno, ambient, more acoustic/jazz/etc), or
- don't worry about having both silly holiday pastiche albums next to avant garde electronic experiments
- something else?
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Year progress: ▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒░░░░ 80.0%

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It's been a wild ride so far for @plausible:

$0 to $400 MRR in 12 months
$400 to $10k MRR in 9 months
$10k MRR to $500k ARR in 10 months

I mean, the more channels, the better, I guess, but 3rd-party commercial websites are meh (and don’t need legitimized, them being enablers of abuse and shit).

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Not saying we need government-run Mastodon instances, but I’d rather government organizations communicate through official channels (first) than through f—king Facebook or Twitter.

I'm not a fan of WordPress's architecture per se, but I try to develop my plugins "the WordPress way." Make sure they use core functions _and looks_ wherever possible. That way I almost never have to fix things going forward.

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Pretty sure all the premium ("page builder," etc.) plugins _deliberately_ take a different route: once users are used to them, or rather, hooked, there's no way back.

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> When I review plugins, there is one thing that I consistently preach: simplicity. That begins with following the core WordPress UI and sticking as closely to it as the plugin’s features will allow. In essence, don’t make me think about how to use your plugin.


PHP okay, too?

function reorder($a, $b) {

$arr = array_combine($b, $a);


return $arr;


> Given an array of objects A, and an array of indexes B, reorder the objects in array A with the given indexes in array B.


(I mean, there’s an informal leadership, _I guess_, and a wiki that’s crazy hard to navigate, and a bunch of third-party services all hosted by the same two people. You don’t need any of those. If anything, there’s a number of standards—you need those for interoperability, that’s how it works—that you can pick and choose from, no strings attached.)

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