@maloki It actually doesn't render in the home timeline, you click "Read article" and then it renders in the popup. Full description here github.com/glitch-soc/mastodon

@maloki I'll make a formal PR to florence later today

@polymerwitch three white guys were definitely not well qualified to do that

*slaps roof of your mouth* this bad boy can fit so many crabs in it

@maloki @matt @matt for a second I was like "what do you mean not visible" and then I remembered my fork renders Articles 😎

@kiplet to be fair, kip appears to be flying away from that scene as fast as possible

@emsenn hah, yeah, that was my conclusion for mind maps as well

@emsenn Yeah. I would more compare Org-mode to something like mind maps or even a Scrivener type thing.

@emsenn Basically it seems like the kind of thing where it would suck me into an infinite well of reconfiguring my productivity workflows rather than actually working.

@emsenn I looked at it (only heard about it through one of your recent posts) and it seems that its features beyond markdown are all things that I don't need, or that I already have a workflow around.

@ardydo Honestly it's part of why I like to post my conclusions, because inevitably THAT is when the solution comes along

NOTE: I guess Typora has a MacOS beta which never came up in any of my searches for Markdown composers. I just loaded it up and this is actually even better (it has the nav stuff I wanted)

FELLAS is it gay to socialize? You be taking into collective or governmental ownership 😔🤔☕️

@hope That never came up in any of my searches, I think because their MacOS app is still in beta! tbh this looks even better

I am pleased to announce that after several years I have finally found a MacOS native Markdown composer that mostly works for me: iA Writer. ia.net/writer

The only major thing it's missing is header-based navigation for composing very large documents. For short to medium length blog posts though, it's everything I need.

@jean I used to live across the street but never went because, well, not brave enough to go solo

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Friend Camp

The decentralized web is about trust. You should only join Friend Camp if you personally trust Darius Kazemi with your social media data. You probably only have that level of trust if we are IRL friends or have been internet friends for a long time. Generally speaking this is a small, closed community. In the end, Darius is the arbiter of what is allowed here. If you don't have a good idea of the kind of behavior that flies with Darius, again, you probably shouldn't join this instance. In the interest of specificity, we do have a code of conduct and privacy policy which you should read.

Friend Camp features several modifications that were requested by our users.

  • you can log in via any subdomain, which means you can log in to multiple accounts in the same browser session (for example, log in once on friend.camp and then as another user on alt.friend.camp)
  • they are no longer called "toots", they are now "posts"
  • if you have a locked account and you get a follow request, a reminder appears under your "post" button (on normal Mastodon mobile it is otherwise buried in a sub-menu and you might not see it for a long time)
  • the emoji dropdown is a neutral smiley face instead of the cry-laughing smiley
  • @mentions are rendered as "@user" for a Friend Camp user and "@user@domain" for remote users. This helps clear up when you follow two people who have the same username on different servers.
  • there is a "never ask me again" checkbox on the confirmation for clearing your notifications -- more info here
  • images in a CW'ed post are collapsed behind the CW. When you expand the CW, you can see the whole image immediately. more info here
  • When an mp3 link is in a post, we also embed an inline mp3 player. git commit here
  • 500 characters of profile text git commit here, requested by @deerful

Important Bit from the Privacy Docs

If you want decent privacy (the info doesn't leave this server), the only way to do that is to set your account to private, only accept friend requests from other friend.camp users, and only ever @ mention other friend.camp users. Once you start talking to people on other servers, all bets are off. Any private message you send to someone on another server could be looked at by the admin of a different server. This is kind of like email: if you are on a private email server, and you send an unencrypted email to a gmail account, congrats, Google now has the content of that email. But also, you do this every day, so, hey. The internet!

Our beautiful icon is based on photo3idea_studio from www.flaticon.com, licensed CC 3.0 BY. It has been modified by @casey@friend.camp!