who wants a DOI for their threads
@firstname.lastname@example.org The preprint of your thread is ready: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6717182 - 𝚓𝚘𝚗𝚗𝚢﹏𝚜𝚊𝚞𝚗𝚍𝚎𝚛𝚜's thread - 22-06-24 03:03
going to get canceled for saying that reply guys are a form of peer review
Explored github copilot,a paid service, to see if it encodes code from repositories w/ restrictive licenses.
I checked if it had code I had written at my previous employer that has a license allowing its use only for free games and requiring attaching the license.
yeah it does
no more micro in front of blogging: birdsite notes
After the a failed web3 experiment with hexagonal avatars, Twitter went full circle on web2.0 and removed the 'micro' from microblogging, introducing their 'notes' feature.
I don't really have a problem with that, but it feels like they just reinvented Wordpress...
I'm up to my old tricks.
Which is to say, patiently wading through IRC logs and listservs to try to understand how a protocol gets developed (in this case, #activitypub)
We're happy to announce that we just started to work on three new interdependent online resources: the Damaged Earth Catalog, the Permacomputing wiki, and the permacomputing workshop series!
Damaged Earth Catalog
A growing online catalog of the different terms in circulation, used by communities of practice, in relation to computing and network infrastructure informed by ecological ethics, degrowth, resilience, repair, and minimalism. Currently developed by @l03s as part of her PhD research.
A new wiki about permacomputing that aims to expose its principles, present and discuss the concepts and jargon required to engage with permacomputing, and maintain a repository of related projects. Currently facilitated by @viznut and @320x200 open for contributors!
Permacomputing in the Arts
A workshop series that will be developed throughout end-2022 and 2023 as an onboarding course for permacomputing practices in art an design. The workshops will be made available as an Open Educational Resource. Developed by @320x200 as part of a postdoc research on the topic.
Usually, app developers choose which push provider they integrate in their apps. But that also means that users have no control through which servers their push notifications go, and the integrated push provider may not work on all devices. Unified Push (UP) solves that by separating the push provider out of apps and letting users choose their own. More information about UP and a list of available providers can be found at https://unifiedpush.org/
I've used this reflection metaphor before and I think it's spot on. So-called "Artificial Iintelligence" is the result of collective (often unpaid) labor. It's a machine built by many people. The tendency to think of it as some sentient being is pure ideology
Here ye Here ye
If you would like to present at the fediverse's free and absolutely volunteer run and fully interdisciplinary conference going on for its third year?
Well have I got news for you - you can
Please holler at me, DM @SummerSchool any questions you have.
Can't wait to see y'all in class 😎
Have you been already wandering around Linz and saw POP - UP boxes around the city?
Wishing that we can clear out public space pollution as easily as closing pop - up windows on the internet, artist Filipe Vilas - Boas @vilasboas is challenging abandoned objects on the street and citizen in Linz to claim their rights to get rid of annoying pollution on the streets as successfully as the browser’s window !
This and much more in Linz at AMRO 2022 - so join us TODAY !
having an account just to separate my academic stuff sometimes feels weird; main on cybre.space
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