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[-] [email protected] 2 points 2 months ago

Not sure if my client is borked of if you forgot to paste the fstab line

[-] [email protected] 48 points 2 months ago

Rotate the screen by 90° for perfect Java Stacktrace compatibility

[-] [email protected] 8 points 3 months ago

That interim CEO seems like they suck; I hope they don't stay.

[-] [email protected] 250 points 3 months ago

Misleading title: SIEMENS Mobility is looking for said Windows 3.11 admin. NOT the German Railway

[-] [email protected] 9 points 3 months ago

This is not Art, unless you have made this piece yourself and made it specifically to look like AI generated imagery.

[-] [email protected] 196 points 3 months ago

Your friendly reminder that the Brave CEO is Mozillas old CEO, who was fired from Mozilla for being unapologetically homophobic.

submitted 8 months ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

Spacebar is an already existing, open-source reimplementation of the API. Chorus aims to provide tooling to write software for and with Spacebar, using Rust.

Polyphony was born out of my desire to finally learn Rust, and to write a client-application for Spacebar with it. However, things are never as straightforward as they seem. I sadly had to discover, that already existing Discord-libraries did not provide the set of features needed to properly connect to, and interact with a Spacebar instance.

I have learned a lot in the past 4-5 months, in which I basically commited all my spare time to writing Rust and working on this project, and I am still learning a lot, daily. My greater motivation with this project is:

  • Enable Rust Developers to write Software for Spacebar
  • Eventually write my client in pure Rust, and to make it darn good
  • Provide an alternative server implementation to Spacebar-Server in Rust
  • Create tooling that can rival Matrixes Privacy and Security, while being as easy to use as Discord. I truly believe that self-hosted communications Software like Matrix is being held back through endless complexity, making it impossible to convince any layperson to actually give it a fair shot. Also, most of the Matrix clients I have tried so far are simply... not very user friendly. Our end-goal is to create free, open-source and easy-to-use software, which can provide secure communication for the masses.

This library is currently in an early alpha-stage. Most APIs should be stable, but nothing is guaranteed, up until the 1.0 release.

Please check out Chorus and the Polyphony GitHub-org here if you're so inclined, and perhaps leave a star and join our Discord server, if you'd like to follow the project more closely. :)

the canvas shall be ours (
submitted 9 months ago* (last edited 9 months ago) by [email protected] to c/masseffect

My partner and I are currently pixeling the N7 icon and Tali at 940,363. If someone wants to help, sign up for the lemmy canvas at and defend/extend our symbol! EDIT: Updated picture

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