DubFi is rad!
We have to replace fire with electricity at global scale to stop global warming. We need to stop burning stuff.
metabeta.com/en/ca... is what I'm trying to avoid with DubFi. Can you read that? How fast?
@pax You signed up for DubFi too early in the development process. It happens. :)
@jeffersonhere Markdawn and Sublevel buckets (dribbble.com/lucia...) can be seen on Dribbble. Markdawn was a blogging platform, but felt static. Sublevel felt alive, but still complex for some.
The Journalist was the most popular WordPress theme, even Steven Sinofsky used it. I want to recreate the same success in the social space. I started with Markdawn in 2013, Sublevel from 2014 until 2019 and now DubFi.
Angular car design (thetruthaboutcars....) can be beautiful to the eye. Cybertruck has no design at all. It's like an eccentric yacht on wheels.
Tesla Cybertruck design is wrong, not because is bad, but because there's no electric alternative to it with an impressive spec sheet and starting price. And if it catches on then car design is over.
@andrei DubFi isn't for profit. High quality code doesn't require lots of resources, so I can manage doing this for a long time.
@burendasan That's the reason why DubFi exists, threaded conversations were hard to use for newcomers.
@jeffersonhere Press (time) ago to save or pin a status. Saves are private while pins are not.
Unidecode (metacpan.org/pod/T...) now takes care of converting Unicode characters to ASCII.
DubFi was moved from DigitalOcean to Vultr and the app is now even more responsive from 52ms down to 38ms. I remember the days when Sublevel was considered fast around 300ms.
@john_henry Django is fantastic, Python 3 is amazing. Read and code at the same time.
Just discovered MongoEngine, an ODM for MongoDB. I wish I used it for DubFi. I will try it first on NewsFi or other project.
Devices that don't have USB-C ports are a waste of money.