Btw we're still having a great time in the #aFediverseChat room on #Matrix: πŸŽ‰

There have been interesting discussions about topics like #foss, #federation, #opensource, #phones, #OS, but also non-tech topics and just general hanging out. Anyone can join. ☺️

@FreePietje to be brutally honest: you talk about the outdated distinction between left and right, and then adding to that same distinction. πŸ˜‰

@sp1rit @sneak ah, never thought about mobile Chrome not having extensions - it's been a while since I used it, and when I do it's only to test stuff.

@kline a \0 on your nick? Oh my, now your remark about breaking clients the other day makes sense. 🀣

@sean basically, this, yes.

Crawl through the code, inspect objects and their methods, grab the doc blocks or what have you to complete the picture.

The better ones can tell you where each method was used, too, which lets you jump around quickly and refactor easily (change a method name and the IDE ensures all calls to that method get updated, too).

There's a bit of a standard around it, nowadays:

@amolith that post is from 2013, and things haven't gotten any better, really. The more pervasive and ubiquitous and *normal* computers have become, the less people know how they actually work.

This is the year of #Matrix.

We are seeing it as the bridge between decentralised system -

The universal communication bus -

Running whole conferences -

This is the year of the Decentralised Web / Dweb

Just ran the pmos v20.05.1 update on my daily driver phone :)

@berkes if it doesn't arrive, it can still be valid. Your e-mail could end up being junked, or the receiving mail server doesn't implement the protocol properly, or it's just having a really bad day, you know.

Of course, it it does end up in a mail box, you can be reasonably sure that the address is valid. But only reasonably. Not fully. Never fully.

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