My local feed hasn’t update in a real long time on Metatext #takahe
My ISP is on the Fediverse social.aa.net.uk/users/aaisp/s
first post from Mammoth app
Test #takahe Server for First time
Been using Mastodon for years, bit concerning how people who have a view on biology are being blocked for accepting science.
I was so bored last night that I wrote unit tests before bed. I have woken up absolutely disgusted at myself for even touching pytest at all. Filthy.
My usual disclaimer when I'm sending someone untested code: I take no responsibility for the plagues this code will bring upon your houses for the next millennia
A few weeks ago I open sourced a tiny library I’ve been noodling on for a while: github.com/j4mie/hotmetal
It’s for generating HTML from basic Python data structures. It’s a bit weird and most people will probably hate it (which is fine). But I’ve now built a moderately complicated web app with it and I’m never going back to string-based templates!
Oh, and it runs quite happily under MicroPython on a ~£4 microcontroller, which is fun.
It was a beautiful morning for a hike today.
PSA to those of you who may be flying to @djangocon: there's a 2.5 hour Amtrak ride from Charlotte (American Airlines hub) to Durham that runs 5x/day.
This is delightfully Quebeçois
So, Takahe. Let’s see how it looks. Experimenting, and getting the site’s vibe, etc.
Name sure to check for worms, okay?
It's time for DCUS23!
Fairly impressed with missing.style/ (from the makers of htmx and _hyperscript). If, like me, you enjoy somewhat dull-looking websites and hate CSS, it might just be for you.
Just joined #Takahe to explore it's features and so far i like it :)