@eloquence Hey, I have started to provide a daily mirror of the preceding day's #lib.reviews data dump on #ipfs: https://ipfs.io/ipns/QmPkgXivsk47C61vMQgCcBn7ZTYThxWQfzV9QMnQwvjsXh/
I will try to maintain this on a daily basis going forward.
By the way, on that topic: Is it correct that the dumps do not include any media files uploaded on lib.reviews? Shouldn't they also be part of these dumps?
[#Actu] « LibreOffice 6.0: The stats so far » https://blog.documentfoundation.org/blog/2018/02/15/libreoffice-6-0-stats-far/ #libreoffice
Les Pages Framasite : plus c’est facile, plus on partage ! - https://framablog.org/2018/02/14/les-pages-framasite-plus-cest-facile-plus-on-partage/
Wow, great to see this from #EPFL, their #DeepLearning course with #PyTorch: https://documents.epfl.ch/users/f/fl/fleuret/www/dlc/
Keep up the good work over there in Lausanne!
The "(Democracy-Poisoning) Golden Age of Free Speech": https://www.wired.com/story/free-speech-issue-tech-turmoil-new-censorship/
#facebook #socialmedia #wired
Update: it is still difficult to be alive.
However, being alive is such an unlikely event that in general it remains worth the effort.
Wow, just learned that @scott (the author of *the* book on #d3js, http://alignedleft.com/work/d3-book-2e) hasn't just joined Mastodon but has even set-up his own data-#visualization focused instance at vis.social!
If you're at all interested in data and its visualization, you should really head over there.
On standards divisions and collaboration (or: Why can't the decentralized social web people just get along?) https://dustycloud.org/blog/on-standards-divisions-collaboration/
ActivityPub was basically 3 years of my life, and there were points were I wasn't sure if the time and energy I was spending on it was worth it. I'm sure it was today. Thank you everyone who participated in the standards process, have implemented... or are going to implement! You made it all worth it!