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Just finished a full article today (something I wanted to write since I first created the blog)!

I finally feel like I've given rmail enough attention.

Hello ,
Thanks to now has its own status page at where you can see if the main site has any problem and keep updated with the resolutions.

> BookWyrm is a social network for reading, reviewing, and talking about books. BookWyrm is ad-free, anti-corporate, open-source, and federated.

h/t @darius @darius

I woke up early, got bored, hyperfocused and wrote a graphical utility for calculating bidding values of hands for in one sitting. Only a bit over 500 lines of . Give it a try here:

Pixelfed will be a year old in a few days.

I'm a high school dropout that has never taken any CS or computer classes.

Web development is just a hobby of mine, I work in the auto industry.

I'm so proud of this project, I never would have imagined that I could make something like this.

Thank you for helping me realize credentialism isn't so important as you think. ❤️ :pixelfed:

I'm slowly migrate myself to, the new Pleroma instance of , just to understand how hard it is to self-migrate.

A self-migration means the old statuses from Mastodon will be lost.

Does anybody use a curved monitor for work? I was wondering if it can be convenient having a single big curved monitor instead of two smaller ones. Maybe one 34" ultrawide instead of two 24" flat...

Hi guys,

Sorry for the unannounced downtime, I updated the instance with the last changes of (the Mastodon fork we are using).

Thanks for your patience.

Are you a programmer and/or know a bit about Mastodon's export? The instance I'm on,, plans to move to , but the only migration tool doesn't support 3.0 :( We're running Glitch v3.2.0+glitch.

Here's the issue:

@mdallastella is the instance admin, he'll probably be able to answer further questions.

Can anyone help?

Hello people. It's been a while since we voted to migrate this instance to .

Unfortunately, at the moment, we have some issues to migrate the statuses: the only migration tool ( doesn't work with our version of Mastodon. If any programmer has time/will to give a hand, it's welcome.

Another possibility is that I set up the new Pleroma instance on a subdomain and slowly every user can migrate their data at their own pace... Of course, I'm open to suggestions.

I reinvented threading macros in Common Lisp a little bit, this time from the point of view of "what if each binding step was a value of its own?"

And I wrote a sizeable tutorial for them, too.

I've more or less finished Cafe Latte - an implementation of Common Lisp dynamic variables, control flow operators, and condition system in plain Java.

The first physical photo of my that I have seen, next to another Lisp book and the best keyboard that I have seen this year.

My copies are still in transit; I can't wait to see them.

Kudos to Steve Losh for the photo!

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