I’ve written a proof of concept of a serverless #ebook store with delivery by email and orders placed by making #Ercoin payments. Despite of not using any payment-specific libraries, it took just 42 lines of Ruby code.
tech marketing & product people: don't make security or safety a premium feature, that's boeing level behavior and it's a terrible look regardless of how much revenue you think it generates
woops operator error there over the weekend
in other kube news: don't sleep on Argo project, looks like it's got some legs on it
wtb a 2 stroke scented candle
lol I guess there is such a thing as shipping too early
Kube CRDs + Open Policy Agent as an Admission Controller is almost too slick
(CDD) Christ Driven Development: JESUS TAKE THE WHEEL
every morning this guy fucks with me while I'm trying to sleep
interestingly it works ok if you make a request with only_media=true but not when only_media=false
everything but local timeline view seems to be working ok... going to keep digging as I have time
this instance is currently having some issues, will dig in and see what's up soon. Seems like it may just be nonstop ruby errors coming from interoperability problems? Will try to update to latest stable mastodon in the next day or two.
My apologies for the service degredation!
@Alonealastalovedalongthe I try not to be categorically for or against anything in particular unless there's a strong evidentiary basis for causal links to good outcomes.
Is there anything about celebrity and the relationship graph structure in particular that you find troublesome or worthy of further consideration?
@Alonealastalovedalongthe I don't feel strongly about it one way or the other.
From a technical perspective I think celebrities are definitely likely to make these networks more lop sided and difficult to manage (see early twitter panics when bieber tweeted lady gaga or whatever). This might end up happening over time on mastodon as-is though, as existing accounts grow in popularity.
Still a big difference between organic on network growth and celebrities bringing their existing fans though.
I ought to have written something more long form about mastodon's ten year overnight success that hasn't quite taken hold yet. Seems like we'll hit critical mass for network effects to cause higher endogenous growth, rather than something exogenous like twitter increasing ban frequency.
Then again, I could be seriously underestimating the draw of celebrity accounts. I'd imagine celeb accounts bring in a less engaged user on average, so maybe this balances out from a network health perspective?
putting out fires and plunging toilets for this mastodon instance - just a dude in oakland
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