@strypey @Wolf480pl You could probably edit the desktop/menu shortcut to include both commands so it starts the backend and launches in the browser. That should really be the default.
1 day ago
@tcit Merci pour ton aide avec les accents! :) Mon clavier est QWERTY...
July 11, 2019
@franciliens merci :)
June 30, 2019
@franciliens Vous pourrez partager un sommaire après ?
June 30, 2019
@tao Firefox couldn't load it, and curl said something about the bundle not supporting multiuse
June 27, 2019
@tao oh yeah, I remember seeing that :)
June 27, 2019
@tao

Are you planning to use Elixir for something?

@karen @moodlenet @tcit @mobilizon
June 26, 2019
@tao oh, it's working now...
June 26, 2019
@tao Hi, maybe you can forward this to your instance admin, but there seems to be a problem with your SSL cert
June 26, 2019
@tao In terms of Elixir developers involved in the fediverse, there's many developers/contributors of Pleroma, one of which is @karen who also works with us on @moodlenet, and there's also @tcit who's developing @mobilizon
June 26, 2019
@mplouffe Have you looked at Matrix/Riot?
June 25, 2019
@emacsen @therealraccoon @bhaugen @cwebber

I'm not sure what you meant, but IMO Tusky (as an example) is not violating Freedom 0 because any developer can modify the code as they wish, and redistribute the fork as well. It would be going against the Tusky team's freedoms to expect them to distribute a build that can be used by anybody for any purpose they wish (not to mention technically impossible to create software that contains any feature imaginable!)

Anyway, I looped you in more for the discussion about federated blocklists.
June 23, 2019
June 23, 2019
@therealraccoon @bhaugen

cc @emacsen and @cwebber who were talking about this issue recently
June 23, 2019
@therealraccoon @bhaugen

Yeah, once we have federation working on CommonsPub/MoodleNet we could for example use the existing functionality to enable this, with communities (ActivityPub Group Actors, meaning several users working together) curating lists of links (ActivityPub Collections) to instances or users/actors they suggest blocking. Then users/apps/instances could subscribe to those lists (ActivityPub Follow) in order to keep their copy (which is added to their blacklist) up to date. Future functionality could allow more open collaboration on those lists too (upvote/downvote of entries, submission of suggested additions or amendments, etc)
June 23, 2019
@codewiz @cathal @fuzzylynx @fedilab @Tusky @karen

or you could say "what is welcome in *their* fediverse"
June 23, 2019
@codewiz @cathal @fuzzylynx @fedilab @Tusky @karen

There is no such thing as a neutral party. We don't need a central repository of blocklists, but a decentralised (potentially federated) way for users, admins, and developers to all choose what is welcome in the fediverse and what is not.
June 23, 2019
@fuzzylynx @cathal @Tusky @codewiz @fedilab

Not sure why you keep assuming authoritarian intent. I am not requiring anything of devs. I am just expressing my disappointment in the choices of some devs, and my applause and support as a user to the choices of other devs.
June 23, 2019
@maloki thank you 🙇
June 23, 2019
@fuzzylynx @cathal @Tusky @codewiz @fedilab

Apps could implement something akin to adblockers, where users can subscribe to several blocklists curated by the community. And apps (whether client or server) and server admins could preconfigure defaults, just like extensions like uBlock Origin do.
June 23, 2019