That’s an awesome approach to combine the 90s web with the IndieWeb, Henrique. I really like your new 90s web-inspired website style, well done!
Thank you 😇
Thank you 😇
@DiogoRedin thank you very much! 😁
Update: already got one! Thanks @jlelse!
Does anyone have invite for https://lobste.rs? Calling for a friend 😃
Definitely! I published more photos over the past months although I haven’t shared them on Twitter. Take a look: https://hacdias.com/tags/lifethroughlenses/ 😀
Here’s a few more photos of the nature that surrounds my hometown. Even though it’s been a tough time with the social distancing thing, I’m lucky to be able to enjoy such nice views.
This is a fantastic compilation of a few questions about IPFS that will help anyone understand the protocol more in-depth with ease. For experts and for beginners, it’s a good read!
Inspired by @jlelse’s post on DNSControl, I moved my few DNS configurations to use that auto-deployable system and I must say I am amazed. I’ve known a few other systems for such kind of automation like Ansible, but never used them. In the meanwhile, I also started using GNU’s stow to manage my dotfiles. It’s much better than my previous system where I had a script that just copied the dotfiles over. This way they’re symlinked so the changes will be reflected with ease. I’m happy with it.
I just updated my website’s API to support splitting a text into multiple tweets if it’s longer than 280 characters. In addition, in case everything fits one tweet, I won’t be adding a link to my website’s original post… for now. Eventually, I may add it again or remove them at all even if the text doesn’t fit only one tweet. Let’s see… The next step is to also post pictures here.
That is really sad to hear. Decentralization is a huge part of the future of the Internet for many reasons. Not relying on centralized services is important to build a web of trust, of freedom and transparency. It’s really unfortunate to see how the US can have such a powerful impact on other countries’ citizens…