@ericbuijs I have a blog, but wasnt planning yet on posting updates there for the build but i may reconsider now ;-)
@ericbuijs no problem, I'll post updates as things progress
@ericbuijs thanks, enjoying the build a lot. It's very noticeable this was designed by power users, every detail is just right. Highly recommended.
@0 seems to work fine here.
@cwebber what, no baz??
@jasper it's probably a personal preference. For me, if the git comments explain the what and why concisely (and briefly) it saves a lot of time in many cases and makes working, for me, with the repository a lot more enjoyable.
@jasper why not both? I find good git comments invaluable for solving issues, discovering techniques and other code exploration.
It won't be a surprise, but I honestly believe we'd have a better world if #Bitcoin were to get a chance to replace part of these industries. And given the immense power these industries have over our policy makers, I don't see any other way to get rid of them. Bitcoin is unstoppable, it is 100% neutral and honest; it has no opinion that can be corrupted by wealth and power.
Anyone with internet can use it. Anyone with electricity can mine it. No permission required.
@kappazeta in theory it should not be related,
I just did a quick test with the debug account and the federation notices are posted properly by the looks of it. I'm seeing the notice on mastodon.nl where I follow the debug account.
I will keep an eye out in the logs, feel free to test with the demo account (or your own)
We've been around for a while though ;-)
@gatooscuro I am not sure what you mean. Can you explain a bit?
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