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@galaxydinodragon@social.linux.pizza
2024-03-22 07:37:36

Does anyone know if there's a way to get user info like followers, following etc of certain instances here?
#programming #api #question

One of the Fediverse’s most-repeated selling points is the following premise:
YOU OWN YOUR DATA.
It’s a wonderful sentiment, the idea that you can pack up everything and take it with you. The problem is, most platforms on the network can, at best, redirect your followers to a new account.
What if we had an easier way to represent data ownership and give users total control of it?
#ActivityPods

@jom@social.kontrollapparat.de
2024-03-21 07:18:14

I've never been to #Europapark on regular opening days, but I think it already looks very chic at #CloudFest!

A vivid outdoor scene with a turquoise pool, red and white striped installations forming an arch over the water, and a fountain. In the background, people sit at a cafe terrace adjacent to elegant pink buildings framed by trees. Looks like in Italy.
An ornately decorated room with a traditional aesthetic, featuring tiled floors, a large fireplace, assorted framed artwork on the walls, a heavy wood door, and a chandelier. The space includes a balcony level, red upholstered chairs, and religious imagery. Looks like in a monastery.
A person walking a dog in a park on a sunny day with trees around and a traditional building in the background. Background looks like a german castle
Outdoor seating area with people dining near a marina, flanked by buildings with signage "Bell Rock" and "Captain's Finest Restaurant," large anchor sculpture in the foreground.

One of the Fediverse’s most-repeated selling points is the following premise:
YOU OWN YOUR DATA.
It’s a wonderful sentiment, the idea that you can pack up everything and take it with you. The problem is, most platforms on the network can, at best, redirect your followers to a new account.
What if we had an easier way to represent data ownership and give users total control of it?
#ActivityPods

@toxi@mastodon.thi.ng
2024-05-15 09:46:10

Pictures from last night's evening/sunset hike to a 400m tall waterfall at the end of the valley, celebrating several family events/milestones/anniversaries... Felt like we had the whole valley to ourselves (...and the birdies, and hares and bambies on the way)
#WildWednesday #LandscapePhotography

A small creek meandering through a mountain meadow with yellow flowers and a single large spruce tree, flowing into a lake in the distance. Big mountains rising up on the side of the valley, one of them with the scar of a large rockslide from around 12 years ago...
A group of trees in a mountain meadow with spring flowers, next to a stony river bed. In the background, big, still largely snow covered mountains. Steel gray, cloudy sky with the last evening sun
View across a wild, rushing, whitewater mountain creek, looking up steep & rocky mountain slopes with sparse patches of trees, grass and snow fields. Branches of low growth pine in the foreground. Gray cloudy sky with the last sun trying to break through.
View of the vertical main section of the imposing Bergaicht waterfall (~400m) seen from the lower parts where due to the intense flow from the current snow melt a network of creeks is forming and flooding the meadows.
@mgorny@social.treehouse.systems
2024-03-12 13:43:56

About life and feelings, gloomy and private
The feelings we get from the activities we do could be classified as neutral, positive and negative.
Let's take developing #Gentoo as an example. It's something that makes me happy — but you can't (or at least I can't) just get the happiness and reject everything else. Most of the Gentoo work is basically neutral, even bland — a duty that takes a lot of time and effort, and probably a little of your health. It's statistically probable that you're going to get some positive feelings out of it — the joy of success, satisfaction, appreciation, awareness that you've done something good. But you also get negative feelings — from failures, frustration, negative interactions.
My hiking trips are like that too. My family believes that "I do it for pleasure" — but it's a harmful oversimplification and it only tells me that they even aren't trying to understand me. In fact, it's mostly a necessity, a way of solving specific problems that works for me — halting diabetes-related problems, coping with emotions. Of course there's a positive side to it — good mood, energy to survive another day, something the joy of visiting a new place, seeing something beautiful, finding a solution to a vexatious problem, positive interactions with people. But there are also negative feelings — anger and sadness from failure, stress from problems, negative contacts with people. Sometimes you end up slowly charging your social battery for a whole week, just to have one person destroy it all.
If you think about it, life's something like that. It's mostly a bland effort to survive every following day, sometimes interspersed with positive or negative moments.
#ActuallyAutistic

@jake4480@c.im
2024-03-18 22:15:18

Any of y'all on Pixelfed that I don't already follow there? Gimme a shout, I'll follow you there. You can see my own feed of questionable quality here 😂
#pixelfed

@aral@mastodon.ar.al
2024-03-08 16:19:45

What fresh hell is this?
#ai #fediverse

Screenshot of fediverse profile in Mona app:

Photo of (AI generated?) generic platinum blonde white woman with blue eyes.

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@qurlyjoe@mstdn.social
2024-05-10 20:07:09

#CactusFlowers
Apparently it’s National #Cactus Day. Here are two prickly pear flowers. June 2017

Closeup photo of a yellow prickly pear cactus flower. Taken in the Devils Backbone natural area in Larimer County, CO. The park is named that because of its geological formation, a ridge of highly eroded sandstone sticking up from the surrounding high desert hills, giving the appearance of a string of vertebrae extending about a half mile just before you reach the Big Thompson Canyon that runs up the foothills from Loveland to Estes Park. June 2017
Closeup photo of a yellow prickly pear cactus flower. Taken in the Devils Backbone natural area in Larimer County, CO. The flower is flanked on either side by the paddle shaped cactus body, with spikes poking out. The park is named that because of its geological formation, a ridge of highly eroded sandstone sticking up from the surrounding high desert hills, giving the appearance of a string of vertebrae extending about a half mile just before you reach the Big Thompson Canyon that runs up the …