@emacsen @librelounge @cwebber I really took to heart some of the stuff you guys were keying into about unintentionally alienating people through shared culture. I think a lot of times that has been an impediment to my own learning. Going into my project I had that in mind, but not to the extent that you talked about. It made me really examine how much I was doing that. The rest of the show was awesome too but that is the thing that really stuck for me in practice.
@cwebber is right in his latest post on his Patreon ( https://www.patreon.com/posts/libre-lounge-and-23224111 ). Our latest episode of @librelounge captures what we think the show can be, both a celebration and a serious reflection of ourselves and FLOSS. There will be plenty of fun shows coming up on light hearted topics, but shows like we did this week are what really excite me about working on this podcast.
The lastest episode of Libre Lounge with myself and @cwebber is out! Hacker Culture, Past, Belonging and Inclusion https://librelounge.org/episodes/episode-3-hacker-culture-past-belonging-and-inclusion.html
@cwebber I thought we were counting the episodes in binary and look forward to our seventh final episode. 😉
GNU Guix 0.16.0 has been released!
@cwebber @drwho Interesting. I've been thinking lately that maybe the "one single stream" problem is part of the problem. It's hard to make a single application that does *everything* well- microblog, long form blog, events, etc. Maybe it's better if every app does one thing really well and we view them either in separate apps, or do some kind of handoff, but that means either a single inbox that filters or yes, streams (as per the spec).
@theartguy Better yet, for anyone who can, self host and for those who can't, privacy policies tell your users what they should expect.
@dthompson You can! The tricky part for me has been getting an optimal resolution.
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