>>X4RKYUVE (OP) Look up Fediverse, and the activitypub protocol. Fchan is based off of ActivityPub and Fediverse is just a collection of various decentralized social media-ish sites
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I want to learn more about decentralized social media, but I cannot find any good resources online.
>>X4RKYUVE (OP) https://activitypub.rocks/ ActivityPub works with inboxes and outboxes. an actor sends a post to their outbox, and an actor that is subscribed to that actor's outbox will recieve their messages in their inbox. boards in fchan are actors, and they subscribe to other board's outboxes. this is basically it, pleroma and peertube use the same mechanism for their posts, and every interaction (including likes and comments) is sent as an activity to the reciever's inbox and the sender's outbox.
>>X4RKYUVE (OP) Yep to go off of some of the replies you got everyone has an outbox and an inbox - so on pleroma and mastodon every "actor" has an outbox and an inbox that posts go to. Fchan has no "users" so the board itself has the outbox which can be viewed for the different boards just change the instance url and board letter to peak through: https://penchan.xyz/g/outbox Further reading The proposed spec for Fchannel: https://github.com/FChannel0/FChannel-Server/issues/9 The actual activitypub spec: https://www.w3.org/TR/activitypub/ Someone already linked it but https://activitypub.rocks/ is a great starter resource
I just switched from Artix to Void, gotta say it's far more comfy (and minimal I guess). The only thing I don't like is that there is considerably less documentation when compared to Arch (and it's forks)19 replies, Click here to view all.
Any of y'all have a home server? What services do you host on your own? I'm planning to eventually get a server and host some services such as: openvpn, syncthing, maybe a git server and some media streaming shit i guess Share with the /g/ fags
I run the following on it: Ombi - Lets my family request shit to download off usenet Plex - Where they watch shit off of usenet Emby - Where I watch my weird shit Sabnzbd+++DSkldsjl - Usenet download client I plan on adding other stuff to it eventually, but mainly it's just a complicated usenet download box and frontend.
COMPILERS ARE DAEMONS FROM BEYOND, STOP USING DEMON-AIDED LANGUAGES. USE ASSEMBLY!
halfchan/g/ is such a fucking embarrassment holy shit25 replies, Click here to view all.
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Good news fellow freetards. The FSF hasn't fallen to the woke corporationist but is doubling down on hardline freetardism. https://www.fsf.org/news/fsf-takes-next-step-in-commitment-to-improving-board-governance8 replies, Click here to view all.
>>B8C6D9B1 (OP) I was pushing the schizo conspiracy theory that FSF takeover was about "or any future version" clauses. Libreboot Leah seemed to pick up on it and is friends with Stallman. Stallman is alerted to the potential loophole and his autism lights up like a BLM looter brain in a Nike outlet. TIL my schizo ranting is personally responsible for Stallman's return, which caused countless assblasts all over HN. I am a /g/od.
Have you guys heard about the Steam Deck? It looks like it could blow the switch out of the water. >Arch-based >KDE Plasma I'm not going to get one but damn, I'm excited about what this means for the future of Proton. I hope it isn't dead on arrival. I ESPECIALLY hope anticheat, while dogshit, gets native support so us loonix users can play some good games again. https://www.steamdeck.com/en/16 replies and 1 images, Click here to view all.
>>7WD8W87N nigga nintendo requires devs to port their shit to their platform. being linux based makes this irrelevant for steamdeck, especially with proton. valve doesn't have the same barrier to entry that the switch had, but it does have the obstacle that "its just another switch"
>>fb-C9PVETMI → >platform problems the fact that every pc game that runs with proton will run on the steamdeck nullifies this. the steamdeck will a quadrillion more games than nintendo has and will already work with steam accounts, so people that have steam will have no problem buying this. remember that most nintendo redditors also probably have a pc and a steam account.
This is a genuine complaint against Void Linux. fucking top kek https://www.slant.co/versus/2722/22464/~void-linux_vs_artix-linux
what is the best compression algorithm to compress a shitton of data to the smallest size possible without regard for compression/decompression speed? i have a stash of random junk that i dont feel like rummaging through any time in the near future but that is taking too much space i looked around and xz seems to be the one, but maybe there is something better?6 replies, Click here to view all.
>>81ZXMSO0 yea sure, its a plan9 thing. you can get those from plan9port. also take a look at 9front. essentially what cwfs is a worm+cache filesystem, and venti just splits up the data into sets and removes duplicate sets, rather than just doing file de-duping. it also appends new data to files rather than overwriting them when they're changed, so you can easily go back to a previous version of any file using something like yesterday(1). venti also lets you just back it up into the archive easily. its pretty good
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