I feel specially "closed" today. Right now I'm surrounded by people whom I see everyday, however I'm feeling a little social anxiety of sorts, as if I wanted not to be noticed or approached by anyone. I am not nervous, but I just kind of feel like opening my mouth to say anything produces an absurdely deafening noise.
Here it is, the first release candidate of Telephant 0.1:
Static binaries for Linux & Windows are ready to download! Arch users can simply install "telephant-git" from the AUR.
Packages for other Linux distros and a macOS binary will follow soon!
Please don't demand content warnings from strangers. Content warnings are a sort of social contract between an author and their followers; if you are not happy with how someone chooses to use them, do not follow that person or outright mute them, or mute words.
One of the most alienating experiences on Mastodon I've observed is when someone posts about something they're passionate about or is part of their identity and the first response is "please cw that" from a complete stranger.
jargon file appendix a:
"#hacking might be characterized as ‘an appropriate application of ingenuity’. whether the result is a quick-and-dirty patchwork job or a carefully crafted work of art, you have to admire the cleverness that went into it."
My country is so immersed in politics that I am afraid of sharing any political views whatsoever, often doing ANYTHING to avoid talking about politics. I don't think this is normal, but given a state where stuff always leads to an argument, name-calling and label-giving, being far away from it seems to me as the most rational thing possible.
It is proven! I am luksamuk on Keybase: https://keybase.io/luksamuk/sigchain#b64ae8a09d12f098be66a266f81f12d0e5182599a73f1a333ed492a80adf20ec0f
If you're still using NoScript, I highly recommend checking out uMatrix as a replacement.
uMatrix is a flexible and more advanced resource blocker allowing you to enable or reject CSS, images, cookies, scripts, media, and more across multiple domains.
Lisp! C! Forth! APL! Unix!
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko