Estudante de Engenharia Informática apaixonado pela área; algures em Portugal.

Administrador da instância lemmy.pt.


Computer science student, passionate about the field; somewhere in Portugal.

Administrator of the lemmy.pt instance.


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also works on quad9.net!
which I argue is a better pick than CF’s, just for the sake of not giving a single entity stupid power over the Internet ;)


Mine is a gentleman-like toast because I used to also go by “French Toast” in some platforms 6 or 7 years ago and I thought such a design would be cool 🙃

I first made it in a photoshop crack and only like 2 years ago did I redo it in Inkscape. Fixed the colors, the shapes and sizes, and also made summer and xmas variations hehe.


What's cooking on SourceHut? January 2022

New update on sourcehut! …



In my case, Flutter apps just don’t do it at all. I don’t know if it is my phone or a bug in the toolkit, but apps made with it are just too sluggish for me. I just use Lemmy’s PWA capabilities on my phone.


I can’t replicate this, neither on Firefox nor Brave. What kind of adblocker are you using?


Damn, good job everyone! It’s really nice to see Lemmy grow like this :D


I used Sublime Text for a very long time, but I’ve been using neovim for a year now and I really like it. ST is an amazing piece of software, but I enjoy working on neovim more. I use IntelliJ from time to time in Java or Kotlin projects because they are simply unparalleled.



Vim and neovim have mouse support as well. Micro has less plugins and is overall less configurable than (neo)vim. The style sure is different, but in terms of features, vim outclasses micro atm.


I sometimes donate 10/20 to projects I find really cool and/or that I use regularly, mostly through Liberapay.


I’m not aware of any project like that, but it’s a wonderful idea!



I think that would be nice, but I don’t know how feasible it would be in terms of AP. Curious to see what dessalines or nutomic say about it.


Won’t say exactly as it slightly relates to the offline me, but one neat thing about it is that I have it since my brother created a ClubPenguin account for me, back in 2005 hehe


Yeah, I believe that’s what they meant. It would be neat, but don’t know AP to be able to comment on that.


More instances for sure. I think country/language specific instances are an easy and nice way to bring more decentralization and content to the network. Then, domain specific instances like for music, cinema/TV, sports, games, etc would be really nice to have.

I already run lemmy.pt, but it is pretty small still (and I’m not expecting it to grow a whole lot soon) and so I’d be down to hosting another instance. However, I suppose one person hosting multiple instances kinda goes against the point of decentralization. :/


Yup, it’s the first-movers advantage, which sadly is very much real in this domain…

I think the best approach is to start small and build stuff little by little, instead of trying to reach a very wide audience right away. Good publicity is also key, of course.


Glad to have to have you onboard too :D


That is a really cool and interesting idea! Would love to see that tbh. @dessalines@lemmy.ml @nutomic@lemmy.ml what do you think?


That last ideal is actually quite nice! Lemmy could use that for sure :)

I run lemmy.pt and atm I have no intention of ever stopping, but you never know what the future brings and sometimes passing the management to someone else might be hard. A respectable org that help that transition could be really neat.


Announcing chat.sr.ht: a persistent IRC session for sourcehut users

I’ve tried it already and it’s really neat. Drew was also very nice and explained me a lot of stuff :3
What are your thoughts?..



The second episode of LTT’s Linux challenge is out…


The Website Obesity Crisis

Found this article on HN comment thread. Really nice read!
It clearly shows problems in 2015 and made accurate predictions that in 2020 things would be even worse…


cross-post from: https://lemmy.pt/post/2140


I just found this article and thought it was rather neat. I haven’t carefully read it all through, though. …