@lightweight Thanks for taking the time to respond. I don’t think I share your opinion to the same degree but I’m glad to get your perspective.
@lightweight Would you prefer that Microsoft didn’t add any Linux compatibility at all?
I think I don’t understand what a step in the right direction would look like. It’s hard to defend Microsoft but they’re slowly transitioning more and more of their ecosystem to open-source and they are contributing patches upstream.
@lightweight You don’t think adding the Linux kernel to Windows is a step in the right direction?
@cwebber Thanks for sharing the article. It seems like a language had two options: grow our die.
There are always new patterns and new ideas coming out and I wouldn't say unused features is necessarily a bad thing.
@rain I don't understand the appeal of Medium for a publisher.
@Sir_Boops I feel like such an amateur.
@mike I've always wondered how many computers die each year do to bad timing of power outages.
@koenaro I have a backup folder of an old computer that itself has a backup folder of an even older computer.
@hund By necessity we put a lot of trust in whoever hosts our data.
Mastodon could end up in a worse position because it's hard to audit who is hosting each server and what their privacy and security policies are.
How do the users on my server know that I don't rummage through their private DMs or store the backups insecurely or apply the latest patches?
@murtezayesil I've used both the F-Droid and paid Play Store versions and both were too buggy for me to keep using.
@Batcastle It's definitely worth figuring out. I setup my instance to run against Wasabi so now I have really inexpensive, unlimited storage.
I also use it for my contacts, calendars, and notes. It syncs really well across all my devices.
@murtezayesil I also use Tusky. I really like Fedilab's ability to follow other servers but it's so sore and buggy I have resorted to the web browser for that.
+1 for DAVx5. It also does CardDav really nicely.
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