First time back dining in at Dosanko Restaurant after almost 2 years. House made tsukemono (pickles) — including local fiddleheads. To finish, their own 3 year old umeboshi (plum wine). http://dosankorestaurant.ca/
“more than other networked software, tools for thought want to be owned. I don’t want to store my second brain on someone else’s computer.“
Aggregators aren’t open ended, @gordonbrander https://subconscious.substack.com/p/aggregators-arent-open-ended
Tonight is our third swim in the city pool at New Brighton Park. You need to book a 1.5 hour slot, so this picture is as the previous time slot clears out.
With the Port of Vancouver Pacific Elevators behind it. https://www.portvancouver.com/cargo-terminals/bulk/
Kaisereck on Granville Island now has a patio.
Currywurst, Schnitzel plates, and German wheat beer. The fries are excellent!
And it’s @rtanglao’s birthday! https://www.kaisereckdelicatessen.com/
We’re having an open discussion on how privacy preserving #ZeroDataApps can be created and funded without holding data hostage.
We have some extended background thoughts on the forum https://talk.fission.codes/t/building-zero-data-apps-entrepreneurship-with-rosano/1999
Register to join us https://lu.ma/scg5e55h
But Indonesian ojol aren't helpless before their apps; a legion of toolsmiths produce, share, sell and support "tuyul apps" named for "a child-like spirit in Indonesian folklore that helps his human master earn money by stealing," which modify the Gojek app.
As part of her MIT PhD, Rida Qadri studied Gojek, ojol and tuyul apps, and her account of the grey-market Gojek ecosystem for Motherboard is riveting.
Single CLA - a contributor licensing agreement (CLA) that an individual dev only has to sign once & keep in their own git repo.
Great work by Kyle Mitchell, more in the forum https://forum.artlessdevices.com/t/project-single-cla/254 https://github.com/singlecla/singlecla
A lot of thanks are owed to Kyle Mitchell for his amazing work in pioneering, evolving, and plain English improving various open licenses.
He has just published a round up of the licenses he has worked on. https://writing.kemitchell.com/2021/06/21/License-Round-Up.html
“We don’t have a theory for how human decision-making operates in an algorithm-driven online network of comprising billions of souls”
@CT_Bergstrom’s new paper, Stewardship of global collective behavior https://twitter.com/CT_Bergstrom/status/1407098810942164993
[Licenses Alone Do Not Govern Behavior in Open Source(https://michaelweinberg.org/blog/2021/06/17/licenses-and-social-norms/) by @MWeinberg2D covers a recent case where the maintainer didn’t want to have to handle increased support — but then also didn’t want to be forked.
Robin Sloan’s email newsletter is just a link to a web page.
via Robin Rendle who talks about this as an antidote to the “sameyness” of newsletters cough Substack cough https://www.robinsloan.com/notes/just-link/
Something to think about
"Licenses alone do not govern behavior in Open Source"
i'm chatting live with @fission again on july 8th, this time about 'earning a living from apps without holding other people’s data'.
be welcome and feel free to comment on the discussion: https://talk.fission.codes/t/building-zero-data-apps-entrepreneurship-with-rosano/1999
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