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Group foto LVEE 2017 (3803 x 2535 px, 4,84 MB),

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my humble self in the middle, at the back Tux-pinguin, with brown bag :-).

However @Andrew Manning , how can I my message make available only for all authenticated user? Exist one other solution additional to [observer=1][/observer] tag for message-body? With [observer=1] will be the message-title-text nevertheless shown.

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@Andrew Manning I does set "Social restricted" or "Forum restricted" permission for my channel. But in this Dialog
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I have not one option "authenticated" observers. How can I set access control permissions for set access only for "authenticated" observers?
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Many men and few women !!!
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Mike MacgirvinMike Macgirvin wrote the following post Mon, 26 Jun 2017 13:53:31 -0700
To take my mind off of gloomy thoughts I've been busy at the keyboard. Red is evolving. Hubzilla folks won't have seen much of this but I've more or less figured out how to resolve the nomadic identity and cross-federation dilemma and implemented a lot of it. As a consequence we don't need server roles any more. The diaspora and gnusoc plugins have improved a *lot* and I've moved the caldav/carddav server into core, and fixed some problems with webdav and large files. I'll probably do an activitypub plugin at some point because it's like Facebook. It's a steaming pile of shit which gets smellier by the day but you can't really avoid it and have any future in social networking. Like the other federation plugins, it won't be nomadic and the privacy implementation is horrible but at least there's a poorly defined implementation. We've worked with worse. Access control and magic-auth won't ever work with it, but again we've worked with steaming piles of shit before. They are what they are. You just hold your nose and wonder why anybody uses this shit, but they do and they'll lash out at you for questioning their choice. All familiar territory. Same old story.
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KlausKlaus wrote the following post Sun, 25 Jun 2017 11:50:43 -0700
teddy duty
Teddy clinic - Consultation hour for cuddly toys
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Sometimes children are scared of doctors and examinations - but not after a day in the teddy clinic. There are turtles with shell pain, bears whose noses need reconstruction and dolls with back and tummy aches. Even complicated cases like tail fractures and gaping fur wounds can still be treated successfully until Friday in the children’s hospital at the Adenauerallee. More than 100 medical and pharmaceutical students agreed to do „teddy duty“. Together with the Bonner Grüne Damen of the Protestant Group for the Sick and the Elderly they are supporting the event, organized by the health insurance company AOK and the support group for children with cancer, already in its 14th year.
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Stuart CrawfordStuart Crawford wrote the following post Mon, 26 Jun 2017 00:29:23 -0700
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Haakon Meland Eriksen (Parlementum)Haakon Meland Eriksen (Parlementum) wrote the following post Mon, 26 Jun 2017 07:11:40 -0700
Freud tried to map the biological workflow of dreams, their inputs from sensory and existing thought data, how they are combined into a dreams and so on, using interviews of patients and personal experiences for his deductions.

He concluded a dream is usually a wish from the last 24 to 48 hours, but where children dream openly - "I wish I dared to climb that tree in real life, so in the dream I have made it to the top" - adults often dream covertly because they know parts of the dream to be "wrong" in real life, and a substitution filter is introduced, where "right" people or places appear in the dream rather than the true people or places we want to dream about.

Surprisingly often, he found similar substitutions across adults, typically going into rooms or buildings had to do with sex and someone we may have noticed or remembered in the last 48 hours.

Your milage may vary, but you hold the keys to your dreams.
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Rafa PoverelloRafa Poverello wrote the following post Sun, 25 Jun 2017 22:32:46 -0700
Neil Libbert, 60 años de extraordinario fotoperiodismo
El fotoperiodista observador llegó a la ciudad de NY en la década de 1960 como un hombre joven ávido de curiosidad para documentar sus primeras impresiones de la vida urbana.


Neil Libbert, 60 años de extraordinario fotoperiodismo - Cultura Inquieta

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Marshall SutherlandMarshall Sutherland wrote the following post Mon, 26 Jun 2017 04:42:08 -0700
Christy Ford Chapin on the Evolution of the American Health Care System | EconTalk | Library of Economics and Liberty

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Historian Christy Ford Chapin of University of Maryland Baltimore County and Johns Hopkins and author of Ensuring America's Health talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about her book--a history of how America's health care system came to be dominated by insurance companies or government agencies paying doctors per procedure. Chapin explains how this system emerged from efforts by the American Medical Association to stop various reform efforts over the decades. Chapin argues that different models might have emerged that would lead to a more effective health care system.
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So my old cat decided not to wait for me, I will arrive to Italy on tuesday, but Bahia has decided to run in the green meadows up there, at the top, today :-(  ... I'm terribly sorry, I was hoping to meet her again.... <3 ... <3

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Andrew ManningAndrew Manning wrote the following post Sun, 25 Jun 2017 04:32:22 -0700
Hubzilla development server using Vagrant
I created a functional Hubzilla server installation that you can run locally to do Hubzilla development. The instructions are pretty simple to follow and should help lower the barrier for those wishing to contribute to the project.

There is some more work to do to fully document how to set up your Netbeans IDE so that applying changes to your dev hub is as simple as saving a file, but there is enough there to get you started.

At some point we can modify this to provide an easy way to deploy Hubzilla on a live server using Vagrant. There is, for example, a Vagrant plugin from Digital Ocean that one could use to automate deployment on a virtual private server hosted by that company.

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elmussolelmussol wrote the following post Sun, 25 Jun 2017 08:17:24 -0700
I am so rarely in front of a computer these days, it's not funny. Anyway, we're back. Thanks for help, kisses all round.
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JeroenJeroen wrote the following post Sun, 25 Jun 2017 07:41:47 -0700
I removed some Diasporians from my connection list, cause I also follow those on Mastodon. So please don't be offended cause of this. I like to keep Diaspora connections low, cause sometimes unexpectedly it takes a lot of RAM+swap (still don't know what it is and PHP5-FPM has the same issue with this than Apache had - although it's easier to limit PHP5-FPM - I'm still tweaking PHP5-FPM).

#diaspora #php #fpm
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JeroenJeroen wrote the following post Sun, 25 Jun 2017 07:47:49 -0700
Well just when I wrote this, RAM usaqe of one php-fpm process went sky high again. Although I already limited those PHP processes to 64 MB. Same when running Apache, although than it was an Apache process taking more than 2GB RAM (+a lot of swap). It's easier to kill a  php-fpm process than an Apache process. Strangely enough I hadn't problems with this for the last month, but yesterday and today it happens again.

If this can't be solved, I'm going to disable Diaspora on hubzilla.nl and jeroenpraat.nl completely.
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Stuart ButterworthStuart Butterworth wrote the following post Sun, 25 Jun 2017 01:12:20 -0700
Well, that was fun...
After almost a week of trying, I FINALLY got my antique Mac Mini to boot from a Linux USB Live disk - something which is generally considered next to impossible on my particular model.
Turns out there is one vital step you have to do in Windows...
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Woozle HypertwinWoozle Hypertwin wrote the following post Sun, 25 Jun 2017 05:33:06 -0700
musicians on Mastodon
I need to start making a list of all the musicians on Mastodon who post their work online. Here's what I have so far:
Cross-posted here; maybe people will toss me some more links.
Any moosicians in Hubzilla fedspace? (Is anyone even reading this?)
Mike Macgirvin
  
Your piece started well, Mike, but it stops playing for me after about 9 seconds.


Don't know what to say - it works fine for me and I'm on the other side of the planet from where it is being served.
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It works fine here too.
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We were probably having internet issues. Tried it again, and it worked all the way through. Enjoyed it, recording quality notwithstanding. (I listened on tinny speakers, to compensate.)
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ManuelManuel wrote the following post Sun, 25 Jun 2017 00:20:25 -0700
Aquí donde vivo hemos recuperado el aire fresco habitual por las mañanas y las noches. Así que he recuperado mi condición humana, perdida en la ola de calor :-) Os deseo un buen domingo a todos, con un buen :coffee O dos :-) :coffee
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Rex MundiRex Mundi wrote the following post Sat, 24 Jun 2017 18:08:31 -0700
The highest recorded wind gust in the storm yesterday was 74 mph. That is hurricane force wind. That, along with hail, destroyed my garden, did a number on my fence, and tore up my roof. We were all booty hurt by this until we drove around town today and saw trees that had fallen onto houses, fences, or cars. Parts of town have been without power since the storm, and some snapped power poles are still down 24 hours later. Right around the corner from us a carport is on someone's roof, someone who didn't have a carport before. All in all we were fortunate and I shan't be complaining.

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Mike MacgirvinMike Macgirvin wrote the following post Sat, 24 Jun 2017 15:22:13 -0700
We lost most of the berry crop last summer because of one day when the temp went into the 40s (C). When I left for work in the morning they were fine and I gave them extra water. By the time I got home they were all shriveled and dead. Veges are a pain because we sometimes get random but hard frost into November and December. (That would be the equiv of May and June in the north hemisphere). If you plant too early you'll lose the seedlings. If you plant too late you won't get much of a growing season before the brutal summer heat sets in.

Farming teaches you humility.
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Beni GrindBeni Grind wrote the following post Sat, 24 Jun 2017 13:07:52 -0700
I would reconsider getting rid of our car if it wasn't for my Bob trailer...

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Mike MacgirvinMike Macgirvin wrote the following post Sat, 24 Jun 2017 02:47:34 -0700
A government agency sends me a presumably generated temporary password which made me snicker.

Let's just say it contained a three letter word for procreation and a memorable bust size.
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Alexandre Hannud AbdoAlexandre Hannud Abdo wrote the following post Sat, 24 Jun 2017 04:20:19 -0700
Ni monopólios, ni monoteísmo, ni monogamia