It's boosting time. A series in two toots:
1. Send me a little something about yourself and your donation links.
2. Send me a little something about someone else, or their project, again with a donation link.
Let's give back to the community this weekend.
I don't have a lot right now, but I'll try to contribute to a few, along with the boosts.
@kemonine now i wonder what is the difference between Lollipop cloud, Freedombox and Yunohost.
I've only tried Yunohost and Freedombox.
I write words and computer instructions with a focus on the intersection of the two and releases it all for the benefit of the commons.
Here in the fediverse my writing focuses on our local culture and its intersection with social justice.
@LoMakesComics is making Towards Eden.
It's a webcomic set in a small corrupt Argentinian town in the 90s. I really love the art style; it's very evocative of the tone of the story that's being told.
1. Among other instances, I moderate Masto.pt and Mastodon.host + am one of #Trunk's admins.
I also contribute to Lollipop Cloud - which is a project trying to help others self-host.
You may know it as @cloud on Fedi.
2. @funkwhale is one of my fav projects and I can't wait for some of the new things to come to it that I know they're working on!
I don't know if this is a donation link per se ( I've heard it's an option on the site but I haven't found it)
But I have two teespring store fronts. Profit goes to bills, and when those are paid I can worry more about my novel projects!
https://teespring.com/stores/shades-of-grey-shirts <- political minded
https://teespring.com/stores/gryphons-roost <- fun/arty minded
1. I'm Heather, former professional artist and I'm the #MastoAdmin of two Mastodon instances: ComicsCamp.Club and Mastodon.ART.
And I have a tips page at https://ko-fi.com/rheall
I saw him at SouthEast LinuxFest a month or two ago and his keynote presentation was on load-bearing internet people; those that truly work in the background to maintain software we all rely on without even realising it. These people hardly get any attention, few, if any, donations, and yet they're some of the people that develop software that is critical for the internet to work at its most basic level.
@maloki Ah, hello! I am RAPIDPUNCHES and I'm a S.T.E.A.M. mentor at the public library.
Support is much appreciated in any form! Off the top of my head,
There's so many creators out there cultivating our community and the imagination !
@maloki Hi, I'm Craig Maloney. I do presentations and help maintain Tootstream. I'm also writing a book "The Mediocre Programmer" which will be released soon.
@briecs does live streaming and highlights many different tabletop RPGs on the site "Thoughty". Support them on their Patreon:
(Thanks for this awesome idea!)
@maloki Hi, my name is Adrian Cochrane and outside of (potentially) paid contracting work I am juggling two web browser projects.
"Odysseus" increasingly explores ways to discover new webpages without relying on central servers. It's a WebKitGTK browser designed specifically elementary OS, but it looks and works great on other free desktops too.
"Rhapsode" is a push to make the Web more universally accessible, by creating a voice-assistant style interface for it.
@alcinnz Would you want to redraft with links? :)
@maloki Oh sorry! I don't know if I have the space to do so, so I'll toot the links here:
* Odysseus: https://odysseus.adrian.geek.nz/
* Rhapsode: https://git.nzoss.org.nz/alcinnz/rhapsode Though so far my focus has been on it's CSS engine: https://git.nzoss.org.nz/alcinnz/stylish-haskell
* My Liberapay: https://liberapay.com/alcinnz
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