my name is Lucas and I am currently located in #Indonesia where I spend most of my time working on #Futureland. I quit traditional social media for good 3 months ago and feel pretty lucky to be here. Lately I am more and more interested in federated systems like ActivityPub and Matrix.
To friends I talk a lot about privacy, digital independence and the danger of big evil corporations.
I am into good books, champagne, open-source software, E2EE and local first tools.
In my free time I try to learn Indonesian and Swift and develop a writing app called ‘Pagi’.
On lucas.love I collect experiments and side-projects I have worked on.
Thanks for having me. I wish you a nice day.
This CRDT library exactly what I was looking for to build offline-first apps that can also sync with other users or servers.
Wish I had the time to play around with it more.
Anyone has every built something with this?
I released #Pagi 1.4.2 with bug fixes and focus mode updates:
- Adds 3 new focus types:
- Fixes bug that would unexpectedly move selection on save
- Improves focus mode performance
- Fixed a bug that wouldn't correctly highlight paragraphs
while selecting multiple lines
- Includes snappier animations
job offer at code & context (https://coco.study) https://karriere.th-koeln.de/job/view/599/studioleitung-code-im-studiengang-code-context
a new study program at https://th-koeln.de. I am teaching here since 2 years and enjoying very much to build-up this program from scratch, quite literally, setting up workspaces, equipment, concepts, courses and our team. You can be part of this adventure by inventing what a studio code will look like.
An important part of this job will be to help students to develop programming skills and hardware knowledge to enable them realize their own ideas, with a focus on agile methods and team work.
Here are some images to give you an idea of the place and of example projects students have worked on so far.
Working on Futureland every day. Fediverse Greenhorn. Currently interested in federated systems like ActivityPub, Matrix, E2EE and tools that truly serve their users.
A fediverse community for discussions around cultural freedom, experimental, new media art, net and computational culture, and things like that.