Yesterday I posted about federated GitHub-like experiences, and a lot of you responded mentioning https://sr.ht
Today, Drew DeVault announced their public alpha: https://drewdevault.com/2018/11/15/sr.ht-general-availability.html
I feel like being in Limbo right now. None of my projects can move forward for the next few months (being responsible) which means I feel completely and utterly useless.
The writing obligation is moving forward nicely, just hit 30k last night and should be 10k from the end of the first arc. It's leading up to being about 80-100k words when I'm done.
But I can't *share* it with anyone. :(
Finnnalllllyyyyy uploaded MewnBase v0.46 today. Took way too long to get this update wrapped up and out the door.
New features include a cargo trailer for your buggie, axe for choppin' trees, classy wood floor tiles, and colorable storage containers. Full notes over here: https://cairn4.itch.io/mewnbase/devlog/56135/v046-nov-2018-update
We are happy to announce that we are finished basic federation support and will be merging it along with several new features this week.
It may take a few more weeks to iron out all the bugs, but we are confident from the tests we have done that it is ready for production use!
Bad news is doing a wonderful job of ruining my evening. At least I can put my spouse down for a nap, they needed it but won't ever admit it.
Flight of the Scions 33: New Plans #Action #YoungAdult #Patreon #OneDollarPatreon
Kanéko struggles to sleep the night they leave for the river. There are too many doubts and risks for their trip but she desperately needed sleep also.
I pretty much assume that when I respond to someone who doesn't really know me, I'm getting a "who the fuck is this person"?
Humans are hard. :(
I wish that Mastodon could have arbitrary emoji responses though. :( It makes me sad that the issue was pretty much rejected; I thought it would be awesome.
I know emoji responses are "low effort" interactions, but sometimes responding to "not friends" with that is all I feel comfortable responding.
I started putting a short poll (Love It, LIke It, Read It, Hated It, Ignored It) on my posts for that commission (it's for a forum) and finally started getting a bit of feedback.
I don't know why, but I have almost never gotten feedback and twenty years of posting stories.
I was going to write on my lunch break but my spouse and youngest showed up so I spent an hour chatting with them instead.
EPISODE 23 of my webcomic, The Firelight Isle is now out! :D
Read on my site: https://www.paulduffield.co.uk/firelightisle/23
Read on Tapas: https://tapas.io/series/firelight-isle
Read on Webtoon: https://www.webtoons.com/en/challenge/the-firelight-isle/chapter-1-ep1-the-light-of-soru/viewer?title_no=57739&episode_no=2
Anyone else get more excited for the 30 cents they make from selling an ebook than for their few thousand dollar paycheck from their dayjob?