found this website searching for how to patch a tarp. spent a whole day reading threads: squattheplanet.com/
really useful gear tips, great stories

substack boosted

For anyone who is uncomfortable with the multi-column layout of default Mastodon, check out the webapp pinafore.social - it's single-column with tabs.

somebody has already got dat:// working in firefox using the new libdweb extensions! github.com/cliqz-oss/dat-webex

got a tcp server working in a browser extension. this could be a very useful technique for building p2p tech in a way that's easier to distribute and install than electron gist.github.com/substack/4e5bb using the new apis from github.com/mozilla/libdweb

this article provides a helpful overview to some of the fucked up history of the colonization of hawai'i currentaffairs.org/2018/11/und

the construction is working now and about 2x faster than my js implementation when compiled for release mode. 50,000 inserts in ~0.8s

started learning rust 2 weeks ago by porting my bkdtree implementation in javascript. it's nearly working once I figure out a few bugs

I would probably use mastodon much more if the feed window took up the whole screen instead of being a narrow vertical bar :/

the new site is live bits.coop/

I ended up going with only the wifi demo and the undersea cable demo because those both look good and perform pretty well.

Did a lot of coop business today. Visiting the credit union, writing checks. Several hours in spreadsheets.

substack.neocities.org/seamoun

visualizing netCDF depth map from vterrain.org/Hawaii/Elevation/ I convert the netCDF to a grayscale png with python and then created a mesh for 100x100 boxes scaled in height by a texture lookup from the png on the vertex shader. That height value also gets used for the color.

source code: git-ssb.celehner.com/%25GBaCAp

social.coop/media/avAlcL1khwu4

I also post on (scuttlebutt.nz/), a fully p2p social network at @9nTgtYmvW4HID6ayt6Icwc8WZxdifx5SlSKKIX/X/1g=.ed25519

I use the patchfoo client because it's very simple, doesn't use much CPU or RAM, and spins up a local web server instead of electron.

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social.coop

social.coop is a a coop-run corner of the fediverse, a cooperative and transparent approach to operating a social platform. We are currently closed to new memberships while we improve our internal processes and policies, and plan to re-open to new folks when that work is complete. [9/2/2018]