Been interesting to look at how the mods on various subreddits have been burying it. On the popular gaming subreddits there are no pinned posts about it, despite the level of scandal, notability, and the like of it.
Interesting idea and I like the basic idea. Although if that group produces anything, I'll be surprised.
What started out as federated pull requests has devolved into attempting to build a federated ticketing system by a group of people who are paranoid as fuck to the point of being crippled by it and clearly don't have much experience working with ticketing systems.
Earlier this week, the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee held a hearing on the Preventing Emerging Threats Act of 2018 (S. 2836), which would give the Department of Justice and the Department of Homeland Security sweeping new authority to counter malicious drones....
Also pondering Toader2 and what I've learned from writing the original one. It and the ZConf stuff are something I've really run out of energy to work on. Both have major issues that need fixing. ZConf though was definitely a interesting experiment even though I never had the chance to push it to its full potential.
Pondering basing the a new one around Text::MultiMarkdown and making it more sorta Githubish.
The major company to worry about that constantly gets a pass is Google. On top of that when it comes to companies shit for open source I'll throw Red Hat in there as well. Both of them have done more to seriously fuck the open source community in the last decade than Microsoft has...
Wayland, systemd, constant use of embrace and extend, the fuckery that is Android, killing XMPP, killing CalDAV, and a whole host of other issues...
CPU usage between the two seems to favor Mastodon, but not notably. Likely could get that to drop a bit if I tweak PHP-FPM a bit. The only real draw back I see is the requirement for MySQL(wtf) or one one of its drop ins. No PostgreSQL support.
That said dealing with Mastodon, node, and Ruby really made me appreciate PHP.