If you're running a #mastodon instance and it has more than just your personal toots housed on it -- you are responsible for the safety and longevity of that data. People are investing time and effort into communication on your platform. You owe it to them to keep regular off-site backups, and learning how to run this bloody thing so it doesn't explode on you one day and leave you saying: "why did docker delete my database", or " my vps provider shut me down, and I've lost all my user data".
Was sind die BigBrotherAwards? https://vimeo.com/212935913
Am 5.5. in Bielefeld oder im Stream gucken.
Since I'm moving from mastodon.social to this new instance, I made a bot that I'm running on my old account. It responds to any new followers once, telling them where I've moved. Code is here, feel free to use/modify:
Note: it only works as well as the instance you're migrating from. So in my case, when mastodon.social is janky, the bot doesn't autoreply at all. No guarantees here.
Um, okay, one last bit of asking for help. I need work. I stand to lose my job in two weeks, I've done everything I can and have been working my ass off, but I still don't think I'll get off my PiP (Personal Improvement Plan). Does anyone know of dev jobs near Portland? I'll even take any jobs near Seattle. I've worked as associate dev for almost 4 years now and have been working since I've been 14. If anyone can help me secure an interview or has connections I'd be so thankful
Wer ist denn noch schon da?
Mastodon admins using the Docker deploy tool:
You can save a substantial amount of space by clearing up unused images and containers.
This script does it: https://gist.github.com/michaelneale/1366325a7737c4cb80b0
Tachschön. Wer fährt denn alles zum #eh17 hier?
Alter Account. Aktuell auf chaos.social.
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