I've been thinking about moving away from Rails for organicer.io, and instead move to a SPA stack with Rust using Rocket, Svelte and Flowbite Svelte.
While setting up a virtual image on my NAS today I wanted to remove all the X stuff from Ubuntu. Here's how:
sudo apt-get purge -y libx11.* libqt.* libgtk.* sudo apt-get autoremove -y
After talking about videogames, blockchain, decentraland, and the future of counter culture with Manuel Araoz, I kindof started to think a bit about the current problems of personal blogging both from the blogger and reader perspective.
Here are some notes to expand later on:
Discoverability: finding articles or blogs to follow is very hard, centralized and governed by opaque algorithms. HackerNews is the closest thing to what an open system should be, but it's still centralized and owned by a company. Reddit is good in terms of compartmentalization (you can find useful stuff in /r/whatYouCareAbout) but is owned by a company and governed by an opaque algorithm. Google is trash.
Comments: Commenting on blogposts is a mess. Disqus is the evil, and a lot of blogposts are resorting to linking to a HackerNews thread, so if hackernews decides to shut down, a lot of high quality conversation will be gone.
What would be the vision? An open-source, decentralized database (blockchain?) where:
Question: Should/Could the posts themselves be stored in the database to avoid dead data?
Manu referred me to this post which is a better analysis of a similar problem.
A few months ago I noticed I was not doing things I enjoyed, so I booked music composition classes with the amazing Rodrigo Caro and spending at list some time each week making music. I missed it.
I just added Netlify CMS to support content creation on my mobile devices. I'm using it now to post and will try to include an image now. Here's a sneak peak on Animal Liberation Squad, a game we're working on.
I would like to create a command-line prototype of joseph's call using Rust with a custom language for narrative design
I'm adding an atom feed to the microblog, I don't know if this is useful to anyone, but I think it might be useful for me in the near future
I wrote a ruby script to automatically create a post in this microblog. Actually, this was posted using it.
i'm setting up this microblog to get in the habit of dumping the stuff that's on my mind without paying much attention to structure or usefulness.
there will be grammar and syntaxis horrors along the way. feel free to reach out if you find any.