I'm regrettably no longer able to offer my RSS to ActivityPub converter to the general public. This is because:
- it's wildly popular and my hosting costs keep going up for it
- it's been getting used for more and more purposes I'm uncomfortable with, which I've tried to mitigate but new ones keep popping up
I'll be releasing a new version soon that will let admins allow only people with permissions (either a user/password or a Mastodon account) to create new feeds.
One of the reasons why I tried to keep journaling on paper is the lack of good journaling apps that don't require an account to use them... But I'm also getting a bit conscious about planning more personal aspects of my life on paper and frankly, I don't like the idea of using so many notebooks to write ephemeral information.
This is your reminder that the thing you are working on, the hard one you are struggling with that seems to be going nowhere—you’re doing great.
It may not seem like it, but you are.
Progress is rarely linear and visible in the hardest things in our life, but often we look back at those times where struggled the hardest and suffered the most and realized those were times we grew. A lot.
You’re growing right now, and it hurts.
So be kind to yourself.
tech writer & information systems undergrad · takes care of open collective's docs and helps organize outreachy
Hometown is adapted from Mastodon, a decentralized social network with no ads, no corporate surveillance, and ethical design.