transphobia, instance block
Now you wonder why am I making a thread about IT Crowd and Graham Linehan.
Well, they started an instance, called glindr.org.
Now the only thing I could wish more than humans being able to live without the need of a state, is for people to block the crap out of this instance.
Not going on the sliperry slope here, but if people like him start to settle down, we will have more shit neighbours further down.
First nazi, now terfs, them what?
In case you havent read the wikipedia for graham linehan, this is the guy that petitioned the UK national loterry to not fund mermakds UK, a trans youth support charity.
That is also what lead Hbomberguy to raise £270,000 for said charity doing a charity livestream.
So please repport, please block, please share amd please make this terf as unwelcomed as possible
Why "echo chambers" isn't a valid criticism
Any problem with some group of people who are brought together by something, some way in which they are homogenous, is therefore not the fact that they are homogenous. It's whether or not they've tricked themselves into thinking that their frame of reference is "the way things really are," that they are getting the full picture and can now forget that their bubble has limits. This is the difference between healthy self-awareness and a deadly brainworm.
lotta work for a little svg badge
software + production bugs, more allcaps
I USED ECHO TO ENTER MY K8S SECRETS AND BASE64 CONVERTED THE NEWLINES FKUC
software + production bugs, allcaps
BUG DNE WITH A LOCAL DOCKER CONTAINER. MMKAY.
software + production bugs
The super strange production bugs never stop: the token for whatever reason gets rejected by the server, immediately.
If I enable it to show in the logs, it shows up. The query values make it over to the server. Just for whatever reason, it decides that the token doesn't match what's in the env vars (and it does).
Evidently this doesn't happen on dev.
Guess I'll retry with a local docker image. This is so weird.
It's doing the working thing!!
First thing first I need to upload the first coverage report (!!!) and then I need to boot up a CI so I can start doing some heckin integrations
Christmas song, surrealism
I wonder how long it would take for the frequency to step down far enough that the wavelength would be longer than the width of the universe
Random 3am thoughts, ao-coverage
I suppose the simplest way to give it extensively controllable repos is to just provide an endpoint that "locks" an org/repo and assigns the token. I have a feeling that could be easy to lose, though. Also people could "reserve" repos that they don't actually own. Then it's down to the admin of the coverage server.
Maybe the token could be paired with an email address, but that would then require a dependency on an email server.
Random 3am thoughts, ao-coverage
So I think it's pretty much done and ready for personal use, though if I want to bring it to 1.0.0 there will have to be a lot of changes.
Hypothetically it should support extensively controllable repos. Each one would have its own token. It should also move away from handling uploaded HTML reports, since that could be abused. So it would have to provide a basic UI on top of the coverage, which gives the added benefit of being consistent.
Mini roadmap for ao-coverage
0.2.0 down, just have the bash script and Dockerfile to do as well as ironing out issues and writing tests to get some good coverage (heh). I think I could do it all for 0.3.0
So, in case people are wondering if #Funkwhale can actually federate with other fedi software such as Mastodon, the answer is yes.
I've included a demo video below. Let me give you some context:
- I'm using an account on mastodon.social (to show you that it works with a current release of Mastodon)
- I'm using development version of Funkwhale runing on my local computer, hence the ngrok.io URL.
This is basic, but it's to show you we're no t lying when we're talking about federation with other fedi software.
Follows will work as well, I'll share a video as soon as it's ready.
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