- new version of GoToSocial deployed. It still crashes Ivory and other Fediverse Clients don’t seem to like it either
- set up a continuous update pipeline for Elk – the fediverse web front-end – using Jenkins
- Fixed my Pixelfed Avatar problem – my account should show an avatar picture again
- switched the Docker engine on my home server to send logs to my NAS – to take off disc pressure
- set up my own LinkDing instance to host my bookmarks
- Finally watched „Avatar 2“ in cinema – 3/5 ⭐️
- Picard Season 3 – Episode 1 – 4/5 ⭐️
- „Three thousand years of longing“ -5/5 ⭐️
no Sport this week due to reasons. Now swimming on last Sunday due to too thick ice on the lake.
finally got some 3D printing done again. Tried out the new release of the PrusaSlicer which now sports organic support structures. Means, it will generate support structures that look like organically grown trees to support the overhanging parts of the models. This will save time during printing and also a great deal of material.
There are quite a bunch of Fediverse services meanwhile. And it’s nice that one can have a Twitter-like experience on Mastodon, an Instagram-like experience on Pixelfed, a GoodReads-like experience on BookWyrm etc.
But what slightly annoys me is the fact that it’s all separate accounts. People would have to follow several accounts of me to consume the various content types. Wouldn’t it be nicer if it would be just one account to follow and maybe just select the type of content that you wanna see? WordPress has different types of posts. What if WordPress would be fully Fediverse capable and could be used as the single account home instance. I would use the Pixelfed client to post pictures there and consume a stream of pictures from other people I follow. I would use one of the many Mastodon clients to consume a Twitter-like feed. Or I’d go to the web page itself (the Blog) to consume all content types at once.