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Hey @darch you’ve used Goryon right? When reading your notes I didn’t see much mention of it, and some of the ideas there are much improved IMHO in the mobile app 😁
@adi @firstname.lastname@example.org (#wije7wq) Haha! 🤣 A good friend tells me it’s like this… You do what you have to to fill the shit bucket until you’ve filled up the money bucket and then can quit the shit bucket ☺️
(#pf6wqcq) VI 30⁄720 round
(#pf6wqcq) I scored 105 😂
As @email@example.com said we’ll have to work out a priority list and nice to have, etc…
@adi (#754vgwa) or put differently containers and virtual machines are entirely different things. A container built from an OCI image might behave the same as an OS using the same underlying root file system they do not operate the same at all
(#y2catqa) interesting 😳
(#754vgwa) There is a
test.sh script in the uLinux source repo. If you just build it locally with
make and run
./test.sh you’ll get a uLinux VM using QEMU. Or you could just download the latest release ISO or Kernel + Rootfs and boot that too.
(#754vgwa) something like what? I don’t know what you’re trying to do 😥
(#nbcs36q) Yeah that would be good! 👌 The nice thing is even if your client doesn’t directly support it, if you just write a post with your client as per normal and just include thee (#nbcs36q) at the front or where ever it’ll just work 🤞
Nice work all! 👌 Really happy to see such diversity growing around here, well here is weird since it’s all quite decentralised which I just love! 😍 Keep it up guys, let’s grow Twtxt/Yarn.social 🤗
@lazarus (#qojxy3q) Nope you’re right! I’m pretty damn (legally) blind! I have a visual acuity of ~1⁄60 and basically can’t see the target! It’s all just muscle memory for me and lots of practice and “honing in” on the target.
@firstname.lastname@example.org (#sftzhla) when I was growing up and dealing with this sort of thing we had both broken floppy drives as well as broken floppy disks themselves due to dust and hair particles 🤣
(#ptxp5ca) Speaking of
$ finger [email protected] [a.9srv.net] No such user anth.
Poo 💩 🤣 I’m guessing
anth is not your username on that server?! 🤔
(#sftzhla) Yeah they do unfortunately, that’s why a spec of dust or hair ruined them! Oh boi does that bring back memories! 😳
Fix should get rolled out shortly…
(#xudqm2a) What da hell?
(#qojxy3q) I hope I don’t completely suck! 🤣
(#qojxy3q) Thanks all! 🤗
(#ptxp5ca) It’s a very simple protocol afterall 🤣
(#ptxp5ca) Yeah that’s what I was thinking about… The “utility” of finger itself. I mean in a large multi-user pod it might be useful? Maybe 🤔 But then against that notion goes against everything I’ve come to learn, know and believe about “social media”. That is… It doesn’t scale beyond a certain “size”. So keep pods small 🤣
@email@example.com (#ptxp5ca) yeah with the finger service specifically. Several folks have brought up the idea of using a plan file and finger but of course this means that you actually have to have a finger diamond and local user accounts for this to be useful unless you’re thinking about building a custom finger server implementation entirely