i'm hearing some good arguments in both directions. to keep the discussion going, here are some other options:
- longer char count under CW, but it's more like 768 or 1024
- longer char count but you can only see it if you click a "read more" link that takes you to the external status view, like that one mastodon instance does
- secondary instance (lp.cybre.space?) that has higher char count and a modded UI to accommodate wordier posts
I built an #exocortex and tinker with it. I'm trying to get more people to do the same.
Quite #strange once you get to know me.
@drwho it's not impossible, but ipfs is a more ephemeral environment than traditional web Networks. Stop off and comes into existence and then expires out quickly, with no external linking at all. Unlike the web, ipfs for now is a series of connected trees that themselves are disjoint.
A professional in iOS security just asked me on twitter, "How often do people really hit undefined behavior in C? Can you really blame the language?"
I'm happy to help educate but it stresses me out when folks proclaiming expertise in fields outside my own are missing what I consider to be fundamental *general* knowledge, let alone a thing I think should be uniquely important to folks working in their specialty.
The 2017 Mastodon Mini-Census is here!
It's only 10 questions, so it's nice and short :]
Please boost this so we can get as many responses as possible
@pedrosocial ah. Think of it as a bbs for people who do film/graphics other "creative" vocations.
@pedrosocial I wouldn't pretend to really understand that, but I believe its being revived as a "creatives" network
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