Delay line social network concept
This is one based on my thoughts from a few days ago, a social network where you express your brain's rumination through a repeating post loop to a rhythm of your choosing. The loop is ephemeral in nature, if you change it then the old stuff disappears, but if you leave it be, it repeats forever, so a persistent public advertisement of your ideas is assumed(although, perhaps private loops could exist. Hmm.)
You can have a short loop that is frequently edited or a long one with a lot of material, and your account can have multiple loops with different rhythms, your own loops and those of others, to define a space.
There is no direct addressing of other users, and reposting is granular to the level of a loop, since posts disappear if they aren't recirculated by either their originator or someone else, which means that you are sampling from the feed pseudo-randomly. This makes it so that the value of the loop is weighted towards the whole loop's vibe rather than reactions to singular thoughts or one or two popular posts.
It would be simple to log and reformat the content into a regular timeline, but I think the default experience is what defines it, where you see each account equally every time you check in.
If it's easy to run Linux versions of GIMP and Darktable on #WSL2, I imagine those developers will stop supporting Windows directly.
I'm certainly looking forward to having Gnumeric back on Windows!
I restored from an old snapshot. Looks like #Pleroma bandwidth demands are already back to normal!
I'd love to hear from anyone else who had a similar experience.
Meanwhile, in Canada…
Toronto Fox Family Transfixes City Under Lockdown
hmm May 12 is when I updated Pleroma and switched to esl-erlang so I would have erlang-eldap 🤔
I wonder if that's right when I updated? I'll have to check the logs
Has anyone else's #Pleroma server seen a dramatic increase in activity recently?
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