Stagnant Mental Health [+] Show more
It's not been bad, but there's been no progress. Perhaps letting go of the fear that I will crash again wasn't a good idea? Maybe I never let go? I just didn't care. I didn't want hope and I didn't want depression.
There can be both. Yes, I will crash into depression and that's okay. There's hope they it will happen less. There's signs of progress, if I let myself see them. However, there is no cure. A relationship with myself is like with others, it's work.
I've just released a new 3 track EP.
As I mentioned in https://v2.jacky.wtf/post/opt-for-indieauth, I'm down to help people with F/LOSS projects (optimally for the Fediverse/IndieWeb/general public) to add #IndieAuth support (both consumer and provider) for their projects. The easiest way for us to grow our projects is to work together!
#NearFutureComplaints I don't know how I'm going to pay my oxygen bill to Google this month.
Relationships and Mental Wellness: https://savethis.space/2019/relationships-and-mental-wellness
Hey, @kai and I are waiting for a podcast about creatives using Linux. Forget Adobe cloud, Pro tools and the other proprietary tools. Where's this podcast or Peer Tube show?
I played with Vanilla Forums for an upcoming project and I don't mind it. However, I'm so used to Discourse on other sites, I just wonder if I should switch?
+ I could use the space I have at Digital Ocean.
- I could just quit DO and not have that bill if I stay with Vanilla.
I don't even know if people would use the forum, so not spending the money seems smart. At the same time will a non-discourse forum be a deterrent from people using it?
Reading @pixelfed documentation and github page. I'm thinking even though I have some space to experiment with, I'm not yet ready to try installing it myself.
That said, I do want to help and maybe trying and helping documentation is a way to contribute. 🤔 Not sure I'm that confident to do that right now.
We used Cotton Bureau for our first podcast tees. Their concept of fund raising for a short period of time was unique. The quality was amazing.
I issued a reprint not too long ago for the holidays. The shirt quality was different, but not bad.
They've recently dropped the fund raising element and gone print on demand, which is a crowded space in my opinion.
Now, I get annoying emails from them attacking my emotions-- 'You haven't sold anything in a while, how can we help.'