@grey is it maybe the SD card that you’re using? Any difference between serving via USB storage and SD?
@thomasorus hope you are safe and doing okay, feel free to dm if you need someone to vent to
@Erjaeger I am currently using Eleventy. Once things are up and running it’s actually fairly straightforward to use and very fast
@flip that’s awesome all the best!!
@Pulsaare all the best!!
@freedcreative spatial and product design! Will hopefully try to incorporate the use of FLOSS tools and workflows as well ^^
@whtrbt to be honest I’m most excited about actually working in a field that I’m genuinely invested/interested in. I find it to be a really rewarding occupation as well (not just a regular 9-5 which is what I’ve always wanted)
@whtrbt have been working at an optometrist the past six months but have previously taught at a university before. I’ve done training in high schools but this will be my first proper role in one!
@flip this is so simple but such a beautiful idea!
@jakechvatal maybe a cooperative structure would work here too? Spreads out the cost and means no single person or entity controls the platform
@jakechvatal of all the centralised services I think Bandcamp’s model is most transparent and robust, which at least from a user standpoint I really appreciate (buying both music and merch, and having access to download FLACs etc). For a decentralised system to work I think that there needs to be as little friction as possible, so that your average independent musician with no knowledge of tech or networks can get set up right away
Since this meme is now a thing I'll take profit of It since It features the wolrd's smallest computer! :)
It simply is incredible we can consentrate this much technology into something so small, It just shows how much we've evolved over time compared to having big devices to now smaller and more compact ones!
The computers when first created where so huge they'd take the space of the rooms while this one is dwarfed by rice, what a progression! :D
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