Distributed secure programming with Spritely Goblins https://share.tube/videos/watch/c08afc11-16eb-4d56-8aef-bd19089db65e
Just in case you weren't convinced that Racket people like recursion
As observed by @alanz participating in RacketCon is the experience of watching a pre-recorded video played on Jay McCarthy's computer over Zoom over YouTube on gather.town
In August, @peertube entered a new stage in the development of #PeerTube v3. The objective is to raise €60k so they can implement, (1) global search, (2) moderation, (3) plugins & playlists, and (4) live streaming, here's the roadmap: https://joinpeertube.org/roadmap/.
They already raised €37k which covers steps (1) and (2) and we're almost there for step (3) which is €40k.
Let's help build a decentralized alternative to #YouTube. Please boost and, if possible, donate.
Thinking out loud ...
People are saying the mortality rate of COVID-19 is ~ 1%. Roughly the number of cases trebles every 5 days, or roughly by 10 every 10 days.
Time from infection to death is ~3 weeks, say 20 days.
In the UK there've been 10 deaths. At 1%, that means 1000 people had the virus 20 days ago. It's multiplied by 10 twice since then. On that basis ...
The current number of infected people in the UK right now, detected & undetected, is ~ 100K.
WASH YOUR HANDS !!!
Coronavirus shedding can last 37 days
The tl;dr of this complicated article from the Lancet medical journal explains how people infected with #COVID19 can actively be shedding the virus (aka infecting other people) for up to 37 days.
the shortest TL;DR = You can catch this #coronavirus and have minor symptoms and be contagious for a month.
anyone can download the PDF
i'm going to be on the opening panel for #LibrePlanet2020, which is a FSF conference on
free software and ethical technology. it's happening march 14–15; unfortunately, it's exclusively
online this year, but that means its free to watch! the schedule is at https://u.fsf.org/304. u should check it out bc some pretty cool ppl are speaking
Very pleased to have stumbled across org-roam (https://blog.jethro.dev/posts/introducing_org_roam/).
I think it'll be the next step I wanted for my personal wiki that I've been keeping in org-mode. I tried org-brain for a bit (again) and it just didn't click, and also broke my org-publish step. org-roam just works with straight up org file links, nothin' fancy needed.
Hoping it'll get me a bit closer to TiddlyWiki in Emacs kind of thing that I'm after.
even mediocre programmers can write a program that RUNS. what distinguishes a skilled programmer isn't how well they talk to the machine, it's how well they talk to the other people who will read/write/use the code
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The fastest way to get your favorite Twitter user to join the Fediverse is simply to ask them for a link to their account on the Fediverse so you can follow them!
It's as simple as that.
The more people that ask journalists and other professionals to provide them with their link to their Fediverse profile, the more people will sign up and create one. #fediverse #twitter #exodus #mastodon #pleroma
In this episode of Libre Lounge, @emacsen site down with Frank Karlitschek, the founder of @nextcloud to talk about #FreeSoftware and companies, the dangers of VC funding, 90s optmism about the Internet and the role of federation in the future of computing and society.
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