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🏒 Lucian Marin I want to add social links to profiles. What other social networks do you use?
Seirdy Fediverse (Mastodon, Pleroma, etc), personal website, lobste.rs, Hacker News, Teddit, and some others. I'd say that arbitrary key-value fields on profiles would be better; one column can be the name of the platform while the other an be a URL, similar to what most Fediverse sites do.
Miso What's your favorite text editor?
Seirdy Neovim. Can be lightweight or can be a full IDE with the language-server protocol and tree-sitter, or anything in between. Scriptable in Lua (with LuaJIT) because VimScript sucks. A keybind lets me edit any textarea in a floating nvim window, including this one.
Seirdy Some misinformation has been spreading online today about FLoC; FLoC is bad but some advice wrt opting out consists of flawed blanket statements. People have been harassing maintainers and webmasters to add an opt-out header when doing so isn't always necessary. Addressed the misinfo here: seirdy.one/2021/04...
Seirdy New blog post: about alternative search engines that use their own indexes (instead of proxying Google/Bing/Yandex): seirdy.one/2021/03...
☕ David Antoine Saved that one... Very interesting, thanks!
Zero Edge Tech is the new tower of babel.
Seirdy Second post in the series about communication platforms is called "Keeping platforms open": seirdy.one/2021/02...
Seirdy Published two related posts about chat apps, open platforms, and the free software movement. The first one is "Whatsapp and the domestication of users": seirdy.one/2021/01...
Sergiusz Explicit setup manual. Let us know when you'll publish the code!
Seirdy getting back to working on MOAC, a tool for password strength analysis using physical limits to computation: sr.ht/~seirdy/MOAC
Seirdy Published a new blog post: Becomming physically immune to brute-force attacks: seirdy.one/2021/01... What if a brute-force attack was limited only by available mass-energy in the universe?
🗨️ Keb Curious; how large is the node_modules folder for a svelte-kit project? It looks awesome, but I've become more and more mindful of my harddrive space.
Seirdy pnpm can also save space, but yeah the dep hell is a very real thing in the JS landscape. (first comment!)