RT @codepitbull: I work in IT, which is the reason our house has:
- mechanical locks
- mechanical windows
- routers using OpenWRT
- no smart home crap
- no Alexa/Google Assistant/...
- no internet connected thermostats
We're seeking visually impaired or blind people with coding experience who want to help ensure solid screen reader behavior in a new iteration of the CodeMirror in-browser code editor. Accessibility in the previous iteration is terrible, and I want to do better this time around.
If you're prepared to answer questions about coding while blind, or to test-drive the current prototype of the editor, please get in touch here or via firstname.lastname@example.org
@0x1C3B00DA I've just been learning more about #Feneas (Federated Network Association) today. I really like the vision by @cj to use #ActivityPub to create a federated protocol forge for specifying AP extensions. It's a genius solution, and a brilliant example of #dogfooding to boot ;)
I'll be at #FOSDEM. I'm interested in go-fed (AP in #golang) and getting folks writing #ActivityPub extensions into decentralized but federating spec-owning authorities. Who wants to meet up at FOSDEM? I would like to make sure to block out specific times to meet with folks to have these sorts of discussions.
Doesn't have to be 1:1 discussions either.
Let it be known that today I finally got the go-fed-tool to not just generate #ActivityStreams, but any extension that builds on ActivityStreams, and recursively on top of extensions.
Last major things to do before I work on the "pub" side of go-fed/activity:
- Resolver, PredicateResolver
- Managing `context` strings
- Migrate unit tests to new code generated stuff
non-programmers are an important part of open source projects. non-programmer contributions are valid and useful and not second tier or otherwise less valuable.
it's easy to say programmers are the only value-add when you're fortunate enough to have enough non-programmers that you can take them for granted.
if you take away the feature requests, translations, and general chatter - many OSS projects would have never been more than flawed, narrow use case tech demos.
Es ist mal wieder eine Passwort-Sammlung mit Millionen von Konten aufgetaucht. Um sich davor zu schützen empfiehlt Troy Hunt unter anderem den Passwort-Manager 1Password. Diese Empfehlung würde ich niemals geben. Ihr braucht kein Abo-Modell, bei dem eure Passwörter in einer Cloud von proprietären Apps / Programmen gespeichert werden. 🤦♂️
Ihr braucht eine lokale Passwort-Datenbank und quelloffene, transparente Passwort-Manager wie KeePassXC: https://keepassxc.org/