Development blog for GNOME Shell and Mutter: https://blogs.gnome.org/shell-dev/
Marketers live in the world of data privacy regulations such as GDPR and CCPA, and the world where browsers block third-party cookie-based tracking. Here’s how you can grow your site and startup by practicing ethical marketing. And it’s only going to get more challenging with further regulations...
I’m trying to self-host Jitsi (”multi-platform open-source video conferencing”).
Facebook has an interesting feature. It will let you see which companies have associated your off-Facebook activity with your Facebook account. If you visit: https://www.facebook.com/off_facebook_activity/ you'll see what companies are snitching on you to Facebook. #AirBnB shares your activity with ...
2019 was a fantastic year for Linux gamers. At the end of the decade we had almost two thirds of the top one thousand steam games rated gold and above in terms of Linux compatibility.
I first got into web design/development in the late 90s, and only as I type this sentence do I realize how long ago that was. And boy, it was horrendous. I mean, being able to make stuff an
“It’s online and works in most browsers” is not enough - we have to be much more considerate of what we’re putting online.
Read later: https://www.matuzo.at/blog/why-543kb-keep-me-up-at-night/
I was pointed to this text version of this awesome talk at Web Directions in 2015 by Maciej Cegłowski and every paragraph is still spot on:
I don’t care about bloat because it’s inefficient. I care about it because it makes the web inaccessible.Maciej Cegłowski
That really hits a nerv.
Hat tip @data_shaman
That was fast. The new #RenaultZOE API explained in detail already:
Chuckled at the API key paragraph xD
Running a Mastodon instance requires at least one thing: a server somewhere to run the code and store media uploads. Since media upload storage is a common burden for servers, many solutions exist for upload storage. Mastodon can optionally be configured to upload media somewhere else. I use an AWS S3 "bucket" for…