My in-depth comparative review of eight Mastodon apps for iPhone
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this is not a "we are forcing normal people to understand scary programming things" problem. this is a "corporations are doing everything to make people so strongly anti-learning and so against trying new things that they voluntarily refuse to use anything except for their own product" problem
it's very intentional and absolutely not something that just happened on its own. it's a lot easier and more convenient to keep your users using your product if you turn them against the fundamental concept of "learning other things"
I decided to just launch a journalism instance for fun and as an experiment: journa.host
Feel free to share the invite code with your non-Mastodon Journo friends: https://journa.host/invite/X73WEvdJ
Hello! I'm a new and want to announce myself. Plenty of interests to share - #Scottishfootball at any level (bar the Old Squirm😉), #StMirren especially, but also my grandfather's team, #QPFC (#QueensParkFC) and always #ScotlandNationalTeam.
Outside of footy, there's always these (in no order):
Hello nerdy Mastodon:
Before I put a ton of resources into this. Does anyone have a tool, set of scripts, or resource they use and recommend for setting up training environments?
I want to spin up a vpc with multiple subnets and multiple hosts, then clone that many times. It can be in any cloud provider.
Needs to run a Linux on each host, have a couple of private CIDRs and one host having a public IP.
This is my Mastodon Instance, there are many like it, but this one is mine...