@mastohost Thanks. I've just noticed it keeps happening even after your patch. As soon as the 3 dots ("...") button appears withing the search column it's clear that some of the post won't be in pinned search column after the reload.

@mastohost They appear in manual hashtag search but aren't displayed in my permanent column combining different hashtags I'm interested in...

I got reports that a couple of instances where their federation stopped working. I suspect others also might have a slower federation because of jobs stuck in their Sidekiq queue.

I have done some debugging and came up with a patch github.com/tootsuite/mastodon/ that I will start installing in a minute.

You should expect around a 15 second downtime during the patch installation.

This patch will strip metadata from audio files. This was the only way I found to solve this issue until a fix is issued.

@mastohost In addition to Sidekiq acting up, I've noticed my hashtag search column kept showing new posts but they were disappearing after reload and the last one was from 4 days ago. Now it seems to be working but the posts from those 4 days are probably lost forever?

🇨🇿 in czech 

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@baldur People don’t know what app they’d find useful until someone comes up with it. Apple just makes sure it doesn't happen outside their walled garden. Though some use-cases are immediately killed by the very fact you have to install a native app first.
It reminds me Cory Doctorow’s eff.org/missing-devices

@baldur Some web apps are still impossible with current tech. Every couple weeks I'm speaking to people who have a great idea for a webapp but end up developing it as a native app because Safari doesn't support the necessary APIs.
You are thinking about the under-utilization of web platform's current potential, I'm talking about the potential for it to be so much more. It's harder to argue about apps that could have been hadn't Apple boycott them.

@baldur Attempting to rationalize Apple's conduct by straw-manning this into a question of website quality. Apple is impeding evolution of the web platform as a whole.

@nolan I believe the vision of FirefoxOS was that the web will be the platform even for high-end phones, eventually.
It can be argued that at least it's low-end part is proved already by KaiOS which is mostly based on the same (outdated) FirefoxOS code.

@geekonaut Hey, @ 3:53 that's from my favorite Eddie Izzard bit about Wikipedia! :) youtu.be/9UGFFyayPU0?t=30

@kensanata Yeah, sadly the mobile OS space is still a pure pick-your-poison situation. Though I'm still fascinated by some people (especially around the ) who are best-equipped for that "fiddling" or helping creating alternatives are still picking the closed-source vendor-locked platform. :/

@kensanata Maybe next time don't buy hardware they don't allow you to use the way you prefer? (Meaning you pay for something you don't really own anyway.)

@Gargron Maybe I'm totally missing something but if the Profile Directory is for discovery, why can't I search for people posting with hashtags I'm actually interested in instead of the most popular ones? It can be attached to server-wide hastag landing pages as well. (Profiles talking about the hashtag often in the sidebar?)

@fedichive@fedichive.tk relay-unstable.nothing.town

@ivan The good old social-media conundrum... People vs topics.
Google+ had collections so you were able to follow only the parts of profile's content you were interested in. For the topic in general you joined/created a dedicated community.
I'm still trying to solve it with hashtags here in the , subscribing to several relays and having a multi-hashtag search column pinned in the default web interface alongside my home timeline.

So 🇨🇿​ people, what to see in Praha in the beginning of the september?

#Praha #Prague
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