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"...at this early stage we feel confident [that] when served with HTTP/2, @pika/web installations perform better [than] JavaScript bundles and most custom dependency bundling..." github.com/pikapkg/web/blob/ma

"My insolent son fell into a volcano near the Slovakian capital"

"Bratislava?"

"Probably is by now, yeah."

I'd really like to get my Impostor Syndrome & Perfectionism talk out to more people. If you want a talk on mental wellness in tech at your event please ask me to speak! 💖

"The Legacy of Firefox OS" by Ben Francis medium.com/@bfrancis/the-legac

KaiOS looks neat. It's a shame they're planning to switch from Gecko to Chromium.

This is how you deliver food... It's not like has any cars or something.

@ondra nope it's now my new personal computer. I love it.

Swedes! Poles! Germans! Luxembourgers! The world is depending on you to save the internet from the EU! (PLEASE RT!)

boingboing.net/2019/01/14/we-n

#Article13 #Article11 #CopyrightDirective #FixCopyright

RT @kennethrohde@twitter.com

I don't know who made this nice Mahjong game but it's a quite nice and fast PWA! 👾🎉😍

mahjong.netlify.com/layouts/hi

@kensanata I think this is currently the biggest shortcoming ( in general?) has. Mostly just the original poster sees the whole . It creates a lot of duplicate comments etc. I'd prefer if the client would automatically fetch it for me when I expand the post.
It's why I open most posts via permalinks to see the whole threads from the source server. Being on a -user , most posts I see have zero comments even after subscribing to all relays I've found.

Yesterday I learned something new about boosting on #Mastodon: if you boost the first message of a thread, then it isn't necessarily true that all your followers can click on it to see the entire thread. Replies aren't fetched by remote instances. If you need the last message of a thread, then all its ancestors will get fetched by remote instances. Your followers might still not see all the threads that branched off of the original, but they will see at least the one thread.

Add list title editing
github.com/tootsuite/mastodon/

ThibG submitted code to Mastodon that will allow people to edit the titles of their lists! It hasn't been added to Mastodon yet, but if the reviews go well it will be.

If you're into this, please do head over and add your 👍s and ❤️s. :)

#mastodon #meta #github

Google Suite accounts now FINALLY also support creating and sharing places lists from Google Maps. Previously, only a star was visible here.
#google #nerdy

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