I don't give a fuck about self-driving cars.

I want free, public, A+ quality transport for everyone and cities that don't project mobility as "having a car"

IPv4 addresses used to be gratis. Today they're selling for ~40 USD each. Ford (!!) got 16.7 million IPs for free, hardly using them. Today they're worth $670M, a better value increase than any crypto currency. At the same time new ISPs can't be started because lack of IPs.

- Nginx reverse proxy with automatic Let's Encrypt for downstream
- Mastodon
- Resilio Sync
- (Pihole)
- (Unifi)
All in Docker containers with docker-compose (since I'm a newbie at it).

Any and all answers are greatly appreciated. No judgement whatsoever. Asking this for research on a WIP article:

Do you #selfhost :flan_hacker: ? If so:

- What do you host yourself?
- Do you use an existing toolchain (Ansible/Puppet scripts, Yunohost, etc)?
- Do you run it bare metal, virtualized or containerized? Which one?

Boosts appreciated :flan_balloon:

The LibreCellular project aims to make it easier to create 4G cellular networks with open source software and low cost software-defined radio (SDR) hardware. librecellular.org/ #linux #foss #sdr #cellular #librecellular #hardware

Decentralisation without decolonisation is bullshit.

What do I mean?

I mean if you’ve centred your organisation on your “decentralised” platform so that when one scales so does the other, you may be decentralising something but it’s not wealth or power. (So if anyone tells you they have venture capital, for example, and they’re working on decentralising the web, etc., you know they’re full of shit because the billion-dollar exit their funding requires is the antithesis of decentralisation.)

@andreasio Yes, please. Den største udfordring i forhold til at bruge mere tid i Fediverset er udfordringen med at finde spændende mennesker at følge.

@aral I've noticed that when accounts are suspended (and maybe also disabled), follow relationships will disappear. If, when a suspension is lifted, the relationships are "unhidden", perhaps that could explain the behavior you're seeing? E.g. the relationships were hidden from you and your unfollowing tool but actually still there.

Just a guess of course.

@aral Thanks for the suggestion!
I can't seem to find the local recording option, even in the beta, except that you can pipe it into OBS studio yourself, which sounds like what I'm looking for - for the host. I'm can't figure out if it would allow all participants to do the same with their raw streams...

Does a livestreaming videochat solution exist that will allow me to record the raw input streams of the participants (locally in the background)?

I'd like to be able to conduct panel debates / interviews and both livestream them as well as create higher quality recordings not subject to network issues.

Basically Jitsi Meet, but with local copies of raw streams for post-processing.

@aral, do you by any chance know of such a solution?

@andreasio Indeed, but the Jekyll site I saw exposed an appropriate index file generated at compile-time, that the client would download and search. A little heavy, but cacheability should be high.

@andreasio I've seen it done with Jekyll and lunr.js, so I know it's possible, but I haven't done it myself, so I'm not much more of a help.

RT @peter_joelving@twitter.com

Eid Mubarak, kære venner!

Vid, at selvom det ikke føles sådan, når det officielle DK og medierne ruller sig ud, så er vi nogen, der sætter umådelig stor pris på jer. ❤️

🐦🔗: twitter.com/peter_joelving/sta

@pyredrid If you're just writing normal text, you've nothing to be worried about. Screen readers can generally deal with that, as well as most common symbols and emoji.
If it's something specific you're worried about, send it over and we can check it for you.

@pyredrid I can send examples later if required, but for now here's a short explanation:
When writing a description, consider what message your image is trying to convey. If you're posting a pic of the amazing cake you made, you'll obviously want to focus on what type of cake is it and how tasty it looks, rather than the bit of wall you accidentally captured in the background. With a painting, you'd focus on its contents, mentioning the type of paint used only briefly -- unless the paint and style were the focus. So on.
Don't be afraid to be less than objective. You aren't writing these descriptions for newspapers. The Fediverse is humans interacting with humans. Trust me, we not only don't mind, but genuinely want to read about how cute that thing your pet does is. :ms_grin:
But if objective descriptions are more your thing, those obviously work well, too. Write what you know and enjoy.

I have encountered more image descriptions on Mastodon in 24 hours than I have in Twitter in a couple of years. Seriously. I'm not exaggerating.
As a blind person, this means a lot to me. If you read this and you describe your images, thank you so, so, so much on behalf of all of us. If you don't, now you know you'll be helping random Internet strangers make sense of your posts by typing in a few more words than usual.

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