Nice! I recommend Torque (for standard error scanning) and Carista (includes some manufacturer specific diagnostics) 😉 In addition to those I use PC software as well, but those require manufacturer specific adapters 🧐
Your guide to alternative frontends for Mastodon and Pleroma
Tired of running the same old interface on your Pleroma or Mastodon instance? Check out these alternative web clients! https://wedistribute.org/2019/04/your-guide-to-alternative-frontends-for-mastodon-and-pleroma/
My advice when buying used car: 1) consistent service history 2) no front accidents 3) if mileage is questionable, look at seats, interior for expected wear 4) see if there is no oil leak between engine and gearbox (very expensive to fix) 5) check gaps between wings and doors - any inconsistencies reveal hit & poor repair 6) have someone to plug in OBD2 diagnostic tool to check airbags and other electronics 7) use paint thickness scanner to reveal repaint or filler 🤓🚗
So many exciting things happening with ActivityPub projects recently!
- mastodon adds registration api
- pleroma stable release, tons of updates
- prismo has a new logo and version
- anfora has a surge of recent development
- florence gaining traction
- fedilab adds support for non-masto projects
- funkwhale hosts sync meetings to coordinate project dev
- WriteAs announces WriteAs Labs
- Spritely releases Golem demo
And lots more! #activityPub
Wine 4.6 is officially out with the start of a Vulkan backend for WineD3D https://www.gamingonlinux.com/articles/wine-46-is-officially-out-with-the-start-of-a-vulkan-backend-for-wined3d.13942 #Wine
Update Mastodon server instance https://fedi.dev/gytis/update-mastodon-server-instance
@mathdatech Mandatory books, very popular among nowadays developers 😆
@omgubuntu Thanks, useful! 👍
Finally @protonmail Android app shows mail headers 😁 I am always curious to see what mail servers were involved in transport 🤓
@xinayder @switchingsocial You should run @nextcloud server on SSD/eMMC just like any other PHP application and if possible use opcache or memcached. If files are accessed intensively, they should also reside on fast storage like SSD 👍RAM also plays a significant role while in my setup CPU usage is minimal.
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Mastodon node of Lithuanian software engineer Gytis Repečka.