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McMoon: How the Earliest Images of the Moon Were so Much Better than we Realised – World of Indie

McMoon: How the Earliest Images of the Moon Were so Much Better than we Realised

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That is why my administrative tools are secured with additional .htaccess files: and many others

Ops, no I have put it now in /etc/apache2/ispcp/ thanks to 2.4 update. ;-)

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Friclicli: Friendica CLI client
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I started to work on a CLI client for Friendica named friclicli. At the moment I'm working on the foundation of the client: A C library (called libfriclient) with functions representing Friendica API routes (one function per route). The client will use a curses interface (probably ncurses). To make requests to the Friendica API the libcurl library will be used. JSON data will be processed using the cJSON library.

The source code repository is here:

The client will be programmed in C and licensed under the GPLv3+.

#Friendica #Client #CLI #C

My @Jolla 1 failed the update to badly.
connman refuse to start because too new libs on system...
Trying to get it back without a factory reset...
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Non piace a 3 persone.

Very sorry to hear about this. Please write to our customer service inc ase you could not solve the issue.

I had to factory reset it. More than 2 hours of updates, one version at time, to get to
And the backup done before my failed upgrade is unreadable (i/o error reading the tar file)
Luckly, my most important data (contacts, calendars, V.I.F.*) is on nextcloud and syncthing :)
On the bright side, my phone was never so clean :-D

I managed to restore an older backup (from last october): at least I don't have to reenter all the accounts :-)

Now I'm reinstalling the apps I need.

I think the problem was from some packages installed from openreposl. I've tinkered too much with the phone and I do not know how to go back safely :-)

* Very Important Files

@Jason Robinson 🐍🍻
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But where do I find the domain names of the 328 friendica servers so I can register them to the federation info? I'm genuinely interested to improve the site, but I'm afraid I just can't find that many servers anywhere (not just friendica, but the others too). ha scritto:

Hello @Jason Robinson 🐍🍻

We have a lists from May 2018 here:

If you want something more recent please let me know.


Hubzilla moved to gitlab on Framasoft


Bye, bye GitHub!

You all probably already noticed that GitHub was recently bought by Microsoft. See here if you have not.

After a brief orientation period the Hubzilla community decided to
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E niente, continui a non rileggere quello che scrivi (il titolo :)

So is Friendica next ?

You can easily run a GIT instance on your server. Still you may wish to have some kind of ticket system that is bound to the commits.


Federated Git

This are some consideration about the "let's build a decentralized git solution" after the GitHub acquisition by Microsoft.

Let's start with the base: git is already decentralized. All you need is an url where other people can pull you code.
The workflow requires a way to let know other contributor about your clone and your work branch, and let them to merge it into their repos. Usually, a mailing list is used. This is the way kernel development works.
Nothing prevents you from using a federated social profile to do this (e.g, a forum profile on Friendica)
Then you need something where bug are reported. Another mailing list, another social profile? Can be.

What github/gitlab/gitea/wathever give you as a plus is a "home page" for the project where development and bug reports are easily managed and discoverable.
The downside is any of this solution require contributor to have an account there, also the self-hosted ones.

In my view, a federated replacement to git[hub,lab,ea] is not something that shout out an activity every single time a commit is insert... mostra di più
I've read somewhere that today was a WG meeting of the AP people or so to discuss something... you should join the meeting I guess ;-)

This post was inspired by some comment on that group :-)
But It's really too early for comments and I'm absolutely not AP expert. So I'll try to keep an eye on the works.
This was just to put in words some thoughts.

Note that Gitea lets you sign-in with OpenID (just saying). I know it's not enough, but is a start. With your OpenID created local account (yes, you still need to be recognized locally, to get permissions) you can file an issue and report there the URL of your clone from which you are requesting a pull.

But a "pull request" is more than that: it is a thread in which a patch is being discussed and in which you can always see (a click away) the _current_ state of that _growing_ patch. The patch grows following a discussion in the thread.

Federated pull requests have been asked for in Gitea via (want to help ? Go is fun !)

#linux #bash #coutils #progress

^ confirmed. :-)
pv path/to/source/file.ext > path/to/dest/file.ext

@Davide De Prisco

Today, we’re excited to announce that we have fixed this issue!

Today, we’re excited to announce that we have fixed this issue!

Today, we’re excited to announce that we have fixed this issue!

#futureisnow #WOW
Also note that the status bar indicates the detected EOL format of the currently open file.