Time to blow this popsicle stand.
Giving pleroma a shot. I’ll be hanging-out here until something goes wrong:
@jjg I found it hard to agree with that part of the book. Lanier is assigning blame on FOSS for problems created by an entirely different group of people with entirely different set of values.
Next post will probably involve screwdrivers... 😇 🛠️
(you can find the entire series here: https://jasongullickson.com/tags/solarhome-620/)
Reading Lanier’s book (“10 Arguments...”) had the less-obvious effect of making me think hard about the free-as-in-beer aspect of (most) #FOSS.
The claim he makes that this was a mistake, or more specifically that the way they “solved for free” (advertising) paved the way for exploitation of users, warrants considerable thought.
Until we smash capitalism, people who make free-as-in-speech things need money to survive,;using ads for this was a mistake.
What to do next...🤔
@mntmn Are you building Reform on your own, or are you building a team?
I've flirted with the idea of bringing a machine of my own "to market" but I'm not sure if it's realistic to do it alone.
Babies, if your client (a company) is in a hurry (because they delayed the project too much) remember to charge them with a higher price. Why?
- The project is going to drain your energy -> remember, they want it for yesterday
- They are irresponsible -> remember they delayed the project too much
- They need you *right now* so they will pay for it.
What if they don't want to accept that price?
That's even better because you'll lose a project which looks like a real problem.
I'm reading so much about the concerns over mastodon.social in my timeline, and that many instances are considering blocking it.
THIS IS GREAT.
Not the drama itself, but the fact that the largest instance in the Mastodon network, run by the developer of Mastodon itself, could in fact be blocked and the Fediverse would still function.
No one can control this community, and I'm here for it.
The Arduino IDE can target the #odroidgo directly, and you could avoid trying to figure out the ESP32's various hardware by leaning on the existing Arduino support.
(assuming that it's possible to implement a Forth in that environment, of which I have no idea...)
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