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Nach zwei wundervollen Tagen mit meiner Familie geht es wieder nach Hause.

Es ist der 24. Dezember. Ich kann nur noch auf der Couch liegen. Es gab zu viel Essen.

It is midnight were i live but i am feeling kinda restless.

I finally installed on my fedora 31 notebook. Thank you @sir for bringing us the i3 feeling to Wayland.

Testing Whalebird as my new desktop client for mastodon.

I am visiting my best friend over the weekend. I really love having meaningful discussions with him until early in the morning. Even though it means being completely wasted the next day.

In a few minutes will be the last meeting for today before having a christmas party at work. I am ready for vacation.

We pulled a bunch of data from our servers to backup them onto an aditional harddrive. Better safe than sorry.

conclusion: all web browsers suck shit

Well my donation effort was rejected. Reason? I was in Berlin at the end of the last month and there were several cases of west-nile-fever. So i have a blocking period of around 4 weeks.

The AX line of hetzner (servers with AMD processors) is really looking interesting.

I am creating a few containers for our development team to build a unified development environment. All dependencies are installed inside a container so there will be no version missmatch or missing libraries. The process of building these containers will be fully automated so that we can quickly react to new versions.

Taking a look into poetry, a tool to manage python environments and packages. So far it looks like a nice alternative/wrapper? around pip and virtualenv. python-poetry.org/

As a programmer it's been really hard to wean myself off of thinking in terms of global solutions. This, in comparison to building local or community technology.

Thinking this way can make things harder (now your tech needs need to scale to the world) and not useful (different people in different places have different needs).

This kind of blew my mind: like, you can just go and build a piece of tech and only give it to your friends & the immediate people it's helpful for. You don't *need* to design for The World. I think this kind of thinking is really important for breaking away from capitalistic modes of thinking.

🌨️Trotz Schnee und Regen kamen heute immerhin 25 Leute zusammen um gemeinsam Müll rund um den Schwanenteich aufzusammeln. Respekt. 👍

Neue Diskussion um EU-Internetplattform: Ja, wir müssen unsere Abhängigkeit von Internetkonzernen überwinden,
die ihr Geld damit verdienen, uns auszuspionieren, zu manipulieren und
zu zensieren. Nein, ein europäischer Klon von Facebook oder Youtube
macht diese Praktiken nicht besser.

Die EU sollte jetzt dezentrale, nichtkommerzielle und offene
Alternativen wie Mastodon, Friendica, Diaspora und Peertube fördern und
aufbauen!

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