Christopher Allan Webber firstname.lastname@example.org
Madison, United States
GNU MediaGoblin founder, former Creative Commons software engineer, python hacker, free software enthusiast, maker of weird drawings See: http://dustycloud.org/ (Any pronouns are okay.)
Apparently you can buy the Purism laptops now, and they look legit
I'm tryin'... and I'm open for feedback... what can I do better? What can we do better?Show all 6 repliesYour work, both on MG and AP, has more influence than that of most people here, and it's making the world better. Maybe you think at times that it's not very important, but every hour you put in has great leverage and affects many people.
The most important thing you can do is make sure that hour isn't taken from you and given to the rest of us, but that it grows from you, and you can afford to gift it to us.
If giving to us is important for you, make sure you can do it in 2027 as well as in 2017.
Thanks everyone. The original post was made in response to some very vague criticism of ActivityPub made in the ostatus-sphere that wasn't concrete enough for me to reply to. But the advice to take care of my health and well being is well taken... I haven't been doing it, and the stress has been affecting me. I'll try to do better, and I appreciate everyone being so supportive.
Guile compilation to js GSoC update
A bad day for political news.
Still miss my n900.
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The Social Working Group's timeline has been extended! ActivityPub making it to Rec looks likely now!
I've got to reduce my stress levels somehow.
White terrorists are still terrorists, and a van smashing into people outside a mosque is a terrorist attack.Law enforcement is intentionally cautious about how they label incidents and crimes. [Not just terrorism and acts of war, but even, for instance, whether they call something a homicide or a suicide.]
Responsible reporting always adheres to those official descriptions. It's not a conspiracy when they do.
"nobody will use your code if it's GPL, make it permissive" is the open source version of "we won't pay you, but you'll get exposure"
Apparently my superpower is finding budget errors that mean orgs have thousands more dollars than they realized. (I'm not volunteering tho.)