Lukas Winkler @lukas@mastodon.lw1.at

@Bubu @rugk Looks interesting. Where can I find the data export feature?

@clerie Firefly III ist perfekt dafür. Selbsthostbar, Open Source, webbasierend, viele Funktion und laufend weiterentwickelt:
firefly-iii.org/

Liberapay is in trouble, here's our blog post that explains the situation and what you should do if you're one of our 2000 active users: medium.com/liberapay-blog/libe

#RMLL2018 nouveau concept : kiss singing ! Maintenant au Shadok au 1er

I just setup peertube and it is incredible how easy everything works for such a new software.

video.lw1.at/videos/watch/0006

@rugk Indeed I just tried it out and waited what happens.

@rugk I haven't tested it much, but I thought it was pretty straightforward. You add a subset of the accounts you follow and then you can see only the toots of this subset there.

@rmll2018 Seems like osem.aius.u-strasbg.fr/confere works, so one can simply scan the QR in Giggity (f-droid.org/en/packages/net.ga) and then create a custom plan with reminders.

Hi @rmll2018
I just wanted to try out if there are mobile apps for planning which talks to attend and it seems like there is an open source one that can interpret 2018.rmll.info/conferences/RML (Giggity)
Unfortunatly that URL returns an Internal Server Error. Can you please check if it is possible to fix this?

@rmll2018 Thanks for the nice overview. It would be really great if one could immediately see the language of the event without checking the description as some French talks have English titles.

@xtof54 Indeed RSS is also really useful in this case and I am already creating feeds for all of my sites. But the interactivity of ActivityPub has a lot of potential for the future.

@Mastodon I'd love if there was an easy-to-use (e.g. PHP) library that allows integrating ActivityPub into a blog/news site so that people could directly follow the website or comment on posts.

Ever wanted to spend about 9 years, 29 weeks, 4 days, 17 hours, 21 minutes for chocolate chip cookies?

That's amazing: Making recipes truly from scratch!
recursive.recipes/
(Try moving the sliders to longer time scales)

Linux-Tip of the day:
Check your ~/.xsession-errors

Maybe some program is having an odd error multiple times a second and is filling your disk with gigabytes of useless log data.