How are you? What are your hopes and dreams?
Do you need help making a project of yours more visible? What is it about?
Do you... Have a link for me?
@eloisa Hi you seem like a good person so let's talk serious ;) I run a small non-profit called fairsocialnet.ch and I would like more people to become members so that I can do more stuff for them. I already have a diaspora, mastodon. But I want more! Let's do it!
@N4vn33t your blog shows that weird rotating thing on load which doesn't go away (i guess requires js?). why would you keep that?
I had to remove 4 elements to make it readable, just remove it doesn't look cool and is not useful at all.
@notopygos my blog is hosted on GitHub! Can you send me the pull request? I will remove it, if it's detrimental to user experience.
I wake up.
The coffee is warm, from a transparent supply chain from not patented seeds.
The air is clean.
The sun is coming in through the clouds. Refracting into a symphony.
Things are structured with consent, they are transparent, they are ethical. These words have meanings that can't be wiggled into absurdity, like zero waste initiatives.
I go to work on a robust, inclusive commuter system. My work is fulfilling and not based in abstract management ideals.
@eloisa replying to this thread, I have had small 'm' major projects in the past decades, but nothing right now.
I was just missing eloisa :-)
I did boost a few of the replies and am investigating some though. thanks.
More generally I'd like to make more of astronomy accessible like this - it's such a cool topic but the presentations are often so visual. Can we do better?
@eloisa my personal blog is https://L1Cafe.blog, it is about cybersecurity, infosec, and all things computer science. I hope to learn a lot and be able to contribute back to the infosec, hacking and privacy communities.
My dream is to be recognised by other fellow hackers as skilled and resourceful. I work very hard to that end.
I'm part of a volunteer group making a video game! We don't necessarily need more visibility yet, but , and we are actually privately looking for someone who can better represent the programming team, as the current team seldom makes meetings due to time zone constraints.
It is a single-player party-and-turn-based RPG, with an emphasis on having multiple viable strategies while still being critically engaging!
I run a little #solarpunk blog at solarpunkstation.wordpress.com . My #dream is to self-host soon so I can get rid of the icky ads Wordpress runs on the "free" sites. Going to check out Lollipop to see what all you've got going there.
I'd also like to plug #Symbiosis: symbiosis-revolution.org . We're trying to build #municipalist dual power solutions in the US by building a coalition of existing and new organizations around the country. It's still early days, but things are promising.
Yeah, I'm considering switching to Pelican to do the backend, although I'm somewhat conflicted due the commenting situation. Thanks for making sure I'd seen it, though. It's definitely worth sharing!
Low Tech is where I originally found out about solarpunk. It's the confluence of many of my special interests.
@solarpunkgnome very nice! I don't think I've ever heard of municipality or dual power before, but I think that's along the lines of how I've wanted to/have approached the things I'm building. Is Symbiosis still active? I presume there's a delay on having a physical congress, but is there also an online community?
covid-mention ; municipalism
Symbiosis is still active. Probably the best place to start is on the website: https://www.symbiosis-revolution.org/. I haven't really been involved myself for some time because of things I've been doing here locally, but I know they're still up to things at the moment and planning for the post-COVID world.
@eloisa So many hopes and dreams... On a global level, to make the world a better place. On a personal level, to find happiness and peace.
A project that could use visibility? I produce and co-host a podcast about User Freedom called Libre Lounge @librelounge
I think people who like Mastodon would find on technology interesting, and we're in a multi-part series on ActivityPub, the protocol that powers the Fediverse.
@eloisa I'm doing well. I dream of electric sheep. I'm a Mastodon trash bot. I throw trash all over the internet.
@eloisa Oi Eloísa. I've been introduced to the #Trunk, and it seems a very good idea to connect like minded participants. I've checked the lists, but couldn't find the one I was looking for. That would be 'Psychedelic Science', a very new field of research with great potential to impact society in the near future. Is there a possibility to create such a list?
@eloisa My game Flipology is being released this month and we need people to check it out on Board Game Geek. Adding it to wishlist would be super useful.
It's only in New Zealand right now, but we have plans to bring it to the US and Europe soon!
You can also order a copy here (can be shipped worldwide):
@eloisa I just need an audience. I write role-playing games. You can find my personal work at https://www.patreon.com/wanderingbeekeeper and my FASA work at https://fasagames.com/1879-home. The first has a mechanic driven by player agency and a game world structured on the idea of consequences, the second is a steampunk world that criticizes imperialist colonialism and centers class struggle.
@eloisa I've just been going over them in detail, but I've got a couple of projects:
And I'm also working on a lightweight C library for processign geographic areas.
@eloisa Here's the links:
And I'm also looking for DRM-free shows to help promote at https://adrian.geek.nz/movies.html
Hoping that the success of those will show we don't need DRM invading our software freedom in order for creatives to make their money.
The Great NanoWrimo Prompt Call
In which I write stories for people for Nano, and ask them to throw a couple bucks in a ko-fi cup towards my writing expenses.
About 600k words worth of free-to-read fiction.
My programming projects are kind of stalled because writing is fun right now. :)
It's a bit slow in development currently, but a long running project of mine is working on a better Matrix (web)client, more akin to Telegram/Discord in UI
@eloisa I am trying to think what I have that 'feedverse people' might like ... maybe Historical Prices for Gamers and Writers https://bookandsword.com/2017/05/20/historical-prices-for-gamers-and-writers/ or Armour of the Month https://bookandsword.com/tag/armour-of-the-month/
@eloisa I'm a grad student, and publishing things academically right now BUT I also write pop academic things!
I wrote this piece for Liberal Currents to do a thought experiment on combining liberalism with care ethics.
I am currently working on another piece for them about Simone Weil, a Catholic mystic, and her critiques of liberalism.
@eloisa When I'm working on a project, I struggle with two things most:
a) Breaking work down into small enough pieces
b) Knowing what to work on next
So, for the past year, I've been building a web app to help me with those two things.
It lets you break your tasks into pieces as small as you want. Take notes on them, attach files to them, mark which tasks block which others. Also, at any time it will give you two tasks that you can work on right now.
Here it is: https://taskfractal.com
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