That wasn’t too bad, although I might look at deploying LDAP if it’s simple enough, not that I have many users…
Unsurprisingly, the less I use Pleroma, the lower the cache hit rate goes. It’s on 26.84% right now, down from 31.47%..
Maybe I should invite some friends to Pleroma? The issue is people don’t seem to be as interested in federate social feeds as I am
Just a friendly reminder that doing formatting using unicode characters like 𝑲 sucks total ass for screenreaders
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@hugh you were totally right, I ended up patching a bug in Pleroma where migrations wouldn't run in the Elixir/OTP release if the database uses an SSL connection
software license (AGPLv3) question
@schlink Is using resources from the project the equivalent of using the project itself?
@hugh definitely. I find my creativity/passion for this kind of stuff is a total roller coaster. I'll go for months not doing anything, then I'll get excited by something and burn myself out in the process 😂
@hugh now I'm wondering if I should spend the rest of the day tinkering with Grafana and Prometheus, or just call it a day and not get burned out
@hugh I had the same thing this morning with nginx cache configuration. Turns out I was editing the wrong configmap when I was doing it late last night 🤦♂️
@jamie Agreed, it's been much simpler than Mastodon when I tried to set it up! (I'm using masto.host right now, which is great)
@jamie unrelated, but I love that the Mastodon clients I was using on iOS and macOS support Pleroma out of the box
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