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Human Lv. 34, Engineer 🔧, scientist 🔬 and co-founder 🌱, living in México 🌎, working with teams all across the world 🗺️ and enjoying life! More stuff in https://eapl.mx

Recent twts from eaplmx

Well… Friday of learning new stuff on Unity and Rust, I was forgetting what it was like to take courses for hours and be stuck. Rust, you freaking lang.
The training on Unity is going great, with small lessons of 15 minutes you feel you are doing/learning a lot, the kind of course I like.


#ptl2ryq
In-reply-to > (#bwsglma) @benk Ah, look at that. Lots of twtxt users in Gemini space. 🤯 Does that mean I should extend my client? It doesn’t speak gemini:// at the moment. 😢

@movq I forgot about SFTP too! And it’s what I use for my servers. Good idea!

Talking about FTP, you made me remember that some automation machines I used to maintain, had a open and unencripted FTP to upload the setting files 😮


#6aocxqa
In-reply-to > @eaplmx Sorry about the regression in the UI 😅 Please let me know immediately if you find any other weirdness before we roll this v0.13 release 😂

@prologic trying..
With…
New lines…
Everything looks fine, thanks! By the way I’ve seen slightly different behaviors between Desktop (Brave) and mobile (Firefox), like characters limits or keeping previous messages in the text box even if they were sent. Let me try again soon, and if I find something strange, I’ll tell ya! BTW, what’s the best way to report that?


#4cspzea
In-reply-to > @eaplmx Sorry about the regression in the UI 😅 Please let me know immediately if you find any other weirdness before we roll this v0.13 release 😂

@prologic I apologize for the bad energy, I wrote a few long replies, and since I have the habit of creating new lines (for @prologic delight) I was repeatedly losing the content, and I was like WTF 😐, haha 😂


#w2vo3pa
In-reply-to > When I was joking about profile pictures devolving into even worse shapes in Web 3.0, I was not serious, but sadly not wrong either. Now for the low price of 3 dollars/month and your dignity, you can have your Twitter NFT profile picture be verified, by being put into a hexagon. https://twitter.com/TwitterBlue

@thecanine I don’t want to extend the conversation that much (I could talk for hours, I’m event trying to record an episode of my podcast on the topic). I will only leave a link for those interested in both sides of the current buzzword https://www.jbr-holdings.com/post/our-take-on-nfts


#w5mi63q
In-reply-to > When I was joking about profile pictures devolving into even worse shapes in Web 3.0, I was not serious, but sadly not wrong either. Now for the low price of 3 dollars/month and your dignity, you can have your Twitter NFT profile picture be verified, by being put into a hexagon. https://twitter.com/TwitterBlue

@thecanine nitro is cool, I see a lot of value of it.


#ba7agka
In-reply-to > When I was joking about profile pictures devolving into even worse shapes in Web 3.0, I was not serious, but sadly not wrong either. Now for the low price of 3 dollars/month and your dignity, you can have your Twitter NFT profile picture be verified, by being put into a hexagon. https://twitter.com/TwitterBlue

Maybe I’m not explaining some concepts that I assume the reader already has, sorry for that, and thank you for pointing out @fastidious


#wge3yiq
In-reply-to > When I was joking about profile pictures devolving into even worse shapes in Web 3.0, I was not serious, but sadly not wrong either. Now for the low price of 3 dollars/month and your dignity, you can have your Twitter NFT profile picture be verified, by being put into a hexagon. https://twitter.com/TwitterBlue

@fastidious maybe I’m not saying anything serious? Perhaps I don’t want to reach to a specific place but ignite new conversations (like this one)…

By understanding my writing, what do you mean? Why am I saying something?


#bc7gp7q
In-reply-to > When I was joking about profile pictures devolving into even worse shapes in Web 3.0, I was not serious, but sadly not wrong either. Now for the low price of 3 dollars/month and your dignity, you can have your Twitter NFT profile picture be verified, by being put into a hexagon. https://twitter.com/TwitterBlue

I struggle on writing in English, sorry in advance 😬

https://text.eapl.mx/stupid-rant-about-writing-in-english


#te3a4qq
In-reply-to > When I was joking about profile pictures devolving into even worse shapes in Web 3.0, I was not serious, but sadly not wrong either. Now for the low price of 3 dollars/month and your dignity, you can have your Twitter NFT profile picture be verified, by being put into a hexagon. https://twitter.com/TwitterBlue

bad jokes aside, I like to twt with all you, and although I like to troll @fastidious a bit, my intent is to have healthy discussions, and enjoy good moments. If I say something wrong or in a wrong manner, please tell me 🙂


#bya7chq
In-reply-to > When I was joking about profile pictures devolving into even worse shapes in Web 3.0, I was not serious, but sadly not wrong either. Now for the low price of 3 dollars/month and your dignity, you can have your Twitter NFT profile picture be verified, by being put into a hexagon. https://twitter.com/TwitterBlue

@prologic thanks, I like to debate on ideas and sometimes I put different sides of the same thing, and people tell me, “so, are you going to order the burger or not…? ” Ha 😅


#hxcpqwa
In-reply-to > When I was joking about profile pictures devolving into even worse shapes in Web 3.0, I was not serious, but sadly not wrong either. Now for the low price of 3 dollars/month and your dignity, you can have your Twitter NFT profile picture be verified, by being put into a hexagon. https://twitter.com/TwitterBlue

But we could try, it could help us both… So… What’s the matter?


#hwkieiq
In-reply-to > When I was joking about profile pictures devolving into even worse shapes in Web 3.0, I was not serious, but sadly not wrong either. Now for the low price of 3 dollars/month and your dignity, you can have your Twitter NFT profile picture be verified, by being put into a hexagon. https://twitter.com/TwitterBlue

@fastidious please don’t try to do it 😬


#bsn5dtq
In-reply-to > When I was joking about profile pictures devolving into even worse shapes in Web 3.0, I was not serious, but sadly not wrong either. Now for the low price of 3 dollars/month and your dignity, you can have your Twitter NFT profile picture be verified, by being put into a hexagon. https://twitter.com/TwitterBlue

finally, if we analize the buzzword of the year, usually it fades away very soon, because people stop using a technology or it becomes mainstream.


#3nis4lq
In-reply-to > When I was joking about profile pictures devolving into even worse shapes in Web 3.0, I was not serious, but sadly not wrong either. Now for the low price of 3 dollars/month and your dignity, you can have your Twitter NFT profile picture be verified, by being put into a hexagon. https://twitter.com/TwitterBlue

what I mean is that usually you have to break something to make it clear the previous way is not that great. I don’t like many thinks of Web 3, what I do is showing that a better way is possible in the distant future.

Now we are in the stage of: “Your scientists were so preoccupied with whether they could, they didn’t stop to think if they should.”

Science + Business like to break things, and that’s not always for the best of humanity, that’s when we need to add phylosophy to the equation (and some environmental care)


#ujkhlzq
In-reply-to > When I was joking about profile pictures devolving into even worse shapes in Web 3.0, I was not serious, but sadly not wrong either. Now for the low price of 3 dollars/month and your dignity, you can have your Twitter NFT profile picture be verified, by being put into a hexagon. https://twitter.com/TwitterBlue

@thecanine as you could see in my previous posts/twts, I’m in the middle between taking money from people (to pay for production expenses), and having a ‘right’ net (problematic word intended).

If the decentralized economy 1.0 (wrongly named Web 3) is a way, I’m open to research on it, and maybe I should use it to understand more.

That said, everyone is being forced to take a stance (which is good) and have their beliefs challenged (that is usually good as well)


#5r26hqq
In-reply-to > When I was joking about profile pictures devolving into even worse shapes in Web 3.0, I was not serious, but sadly not wrong either. Now for the low price of 3 dollars/month and your dignity, you can have your Twitter NFT profile picture be verified, by being put into a hexagon. https://twitter.com/TwitterBlue

@thecanine don’t you have disposable income of 3 USD / month? 😛


#erh5pxq
In-reply-to > Had to deal with lots of Microsoft stuff today at work. Am now questioning my life choices. Maybe I should start living in a buddhist monastery or something. 🤔

@movq you felt that? I thought the switch 3.11 to 95 was a huge improvement on UI (or maybe I’m just nostalgic, it was 27 years ago)


#iiygv5a
In-reply-to > Had to deal with lots of Microsoft stuff today at work. Am now questioning my life choices. Maybe I should start living in a buddhist monastery or something. 🤔

@thecanine do you recommend updating to Win 11? I haven’t updated due to fear of breaking my current dev environment and being kind of comfy with current Win 1 (after years of using MacOS, I have 2 years of Win10, being OK)


#yc3pn5q
In-reply-to > Had to deal with lots of Microsoft stuff today at work. Am now questioning my life choices. Maybe I should start living in a buddhist monastery or something. 🤔

And now with WSL I can run Ubuntu and do a lot of stuff I did on Mac, so… Works pretty well for what I’m doing (basically Open-sourced languages and servers, and develop games)


#hihfbaa
In-reply-to > Had to deal with lots of Microsoft stuff today at work. Am now questioning my life choices. Maybe I should start living in a buddhist monastery or something. 🤔

@markwylde Windows ME, is that you? =P

For me, Windows 10 has been really usable, and usually, they work well on pairs (WIn 95 SE, 98 SE, XP XP2, 7, 10…)
I use Win above a Mac due to the cost, I could buy 3 PC for my team with the price of a single Mac (although I really need a new Mac Mini M1 for publishing)


#xvb3gka
In-reply-to > Did you know I really enjoy Yarning (?) on twtxt.net? Now you do... #stupidVice

@fastidious I feel you dude, today I’m fighting with my art team not being able to follow a naming convention for PNG files, aaaaand I’m that guy who knows something is displaced 2 pixels 😋

Sorry in advance for my broken English, the opposite opinions are intended 😅


#i2c5qyq
In-reply-to > I downloaded the Lagrange Gemini browser, just to see what's out there, and because it renders Gemini sites nicely. For those around running their own server, which did you pick, and why? Does every Gemini server supports Titan, for editing/uploading content?

@fastidious No idea, I’ve been thinking on mounting a server, but for me using Smol.pub and the Gemini Server from texto.plano.xyz is enough (Something on OpenBSD, I could ask).
Smol.pub has support for both HTTPS and Gemini to users, and the edition is done on HTTP.
That said, I think Titan is not accepted or supported that much…


#wam3heq