Doug Belshaw πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Ίβ˜ οΈβœŠ is a user on social.coop. You can follow them or interact with them if you have an account anywhere in the fediverse.

Doug Belshaw πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Ίβ˜ οΈβœŠ @dajbelshaw@social.coop

Dammit, I've left my well-loved bq Cervantes (open source) e-reader on a flight.

Unlikely that I'll get it back or be able to buy another one (it's discontinued).

Any suggestions for a replacement? Don't particularly want machine like a Kindle.

@takobowl I experiment with lots of sites so see everything I do as a kind of permanent beta. Happy so far, but it's super-early days.

There's definitely something nice to be around something since near Tue beginning!

@mayel Thanks! Looking forward to hearing what you've been up to while I've been away πŸ‘

@mayel Thanks! Looking forward to hearing what you've been up to while I've been away πŸ‘

I registered a account a couple of months ago. Seeing my wife posting images from our trip to Instagram, I decided to start using the decentralised alternative!

pixelfed.social/dajbelshaw

Flying home from Stuttgart with my family after a two-week inter-railing adventure around Europe!

Get back late then straight into meetings tomorrow morning from 08:00... 😐

You may have noticed me doing research about the technology stacks being used by apps, this is because I'm involved in a couple federated projects (both of which are new use cases, and extending the format).

One of those (current dayjob) is (for educators to curate educational resources together), and we now decided to use for the back-end, which I explain in detail here:

docs.moodle.org/dev/MoodleNet/

I'm open for feedback & collaboration requests!

For anyone else hyperventilating at the #Firefox testing of the new #IETF standard recommendation: #DoH

You might like to hear about options to still use DoH and NOT #Cloudflare #Mozilla is not about to introduce a Single Point of Failure. It's testing a new standard via one of the early adopting DNS providers.

Anyways, here's a list of alternative DoH end-points! github.com/curl/curl/wiki/DNS-

@nmashton Well, the first of the seven international principles of co-operation is 'voluntary and open membership'.

I should imagine that, just like holacracy, people who joined an organisation to be told what to do won't flourish.

I'm away for a bit, but if you're an dev, you should keep an eye on @mayel's timeline for an upcoming opportunity on the team. moodle.com/moodlenet

I know they're not mutually exclusive, but thing that I like about the Fediverse is its diversity, as opposed to the Indieweb folks who seem to all be white guys over 40.

Enjoying using a beta version of Changemap from @joshsharp with the project. Community can submit suggesitons directly or, as in this example, I can collect it from several places in one thread: changemap.co/moodle/moodlenet/

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Over the last few weeks, we’ve been working on UX Milestone 2 with Outlandish. This is the fourth and final screencast from that work, in which we demonstrate how we envisage sending a MoodleNet collection to a Moodle site might work.

blog.moodle.net/2018/ux-milest

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@maloki So our co-op has the same issue. That's why we packaged up finding out client requirements as something we could be paid for: weareopen.coop/thinkathon

Episode 106: Keeping track of all the things

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This week, Doug and Dai discuss MoodleNet milestones, Seth Godin’s approach to learning, assassination markets on the blockchain, keeping track of articles you want to read, and more!

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