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Der #Service am #Flughafen #Zürich hat stark unter #Corona gelitten, der Checkin ist langsam und ungeübt ( #Eurowings ), die Toiletten sind #schmutzig, die Klimaanlage oder #Lüftung scheint auf Sparflamme, wenn jetzt nen chinesischer Konzern kommt, der kann den Flughafen #ZRH sicher günstig kaufen.
 

Create systemd diaspora*

Updated for 2021 for diaspora version 0.7.14.0

Assumptions

  • You are using a dedicated user to launch diaspora scripts named "diaspora"
  • Your home directory is "/home/diaspora"

Steps

  • Change directory to where you would normally manually start your script.
    • cd /home/diaspora/diaspora
  • Run the following two commands:
    • rvm current
    • /bin/bash -lc "rvm current"
  • The output of both of these needs to match exactly for the service and target files to work properly!
diaspora@computer:~/diaspora$ rvm current 
ruby-2.6.5@diaspora 
diaspora@computer:~/diaspora$ /bin/bash -lc "rvm current" 
ruby-2.6.5@diaspora
  • Make sure you can manually run the following two commands and diaspora starts:
    • /bin/bash -lc "bin/bundle exec unicorn -c config/unicorn.rb -E production"
    • /bin/bash -lc "bin/bundle exec sidekiq"
    • NOTE: to stop the above commands, hit Ctrl + C.
  • If for any reason you cannot start these commands, your install of rvm probably isn't right (not in scope of this post).
  • Change directory into where we will be storing the services cd /etc/systemd/system/
  • Create a target file that will call the diaspora unicorn and sidekiq service files sudo nano diaspora.target
  • Contents:
[Unit] 
Description=diaspora\* social network 
## Postgres section 
#Wants=postgresql.service redis-server.service 
#After=redis-server.service syslog.target network.target postgresql.service 
## MySQL section 
Wants=redis-server.service 
After=redis-server.service syslog.target network.target mysqld.service 

[Install] 
WantedBy=multi-user.target
  • NOTE: If you use postgresql, make sure to comment out the MySQL section, and uncomment the Postgres section.
  • Create the diaspora web unicorn service file sudo nano d-web.service
  • Contents:
[Unit] 
Description=diaspora\* social network (unicorn) 
PartOf=diaspora.target 
StopWhenUnneeded=true 

[Service] 
User=diaspora 
WorkingDirectory=/home/diaspora/diaspora 
PIDFile=/home/diaspora/diaspora/tmp/pids/web.pid 
Environment=RAILS_ENV=production 
ExecStart=/bin/bash -lc "bin/bundle exec unicorn -c config/unicorn.rb -E production" 
ExecReload=/bin/kill -USR2 $MAINPID 
Restart=always 

[Install] 
WantedBy=diaspora.target
  • Create the diaspora sidekiq service file sudo nano d-side.service
  • Contents:
[Unit] 
Description=diaspora\* social network (sidekiq) 
PartOf=diaspora.target 
StopWhenUnneeded=true 

[Service] 
User=diaspora 
WorkingDirectory=/home/diaspora/diaspora 
PIDFile=/home/diaspora/diaspora/tmp/pids/sidekiq1.pid 
Environment=RAILS_ENV=production 
ExecStart=/bin/bash -lc "bin/bundle exec sidekiq" 
Restart=always 

[Install] 
WantedBy=diaspora.target
  • Reload systemd daemon sudo systemctl daemon-reload
  • Enable the newly created files sudo systemctl diaspora.target d-web.service d-side.service
  • Cross your fingers and start the diaspora services sudo systemctl start diaspora.target
  • CHECK TO MAKE SURE EVERYTHING IS WORKING sudo systemctl status d-web and sudo systemctl status d-side
  • If everything went well, you should get:
diaspora@computer:/etc/systemd/system$ sudo systemctl status d-web 
● d-web.service - diaspora\* social network (unicorn) 
   Loaded: loaded (/etc/systemd/system/d-web.service; enabled; vendor preset: enabled) 
   Active: active (running) since Thu 2021-01-21 11:22:17 CST; 10s ago 
 Main PID: 23443 (ruby) 
    Tasks: 9 (limit: 4915) 
   CGroup: /system.slice/d-web.service 
           ├─23443 unicorn master -c config/unicorn.rb -E production 
           ├─23806 unicorn worker[0] -c config/unicorn.rb -E production 
           ├─23808 unicorn worker[1] -c config/unicorn.rb -E production 
           └─23810 unicorn worker[2] -c config/unicorn.rb -E production 

Jan 21 11:22:17 computer systemd[1]: Started diaspora\* social network (unicorn). 
Jan 21 11:22:18 computer bash[23443]: I, [2021-01-21T11:22:18.341946 #23443]  INFO -- : Refreshing Gem list 
Jan 21 11:22:20 computer bash[23443]: Rack::SSL is enabled 
Jan 21 11:22:22 computer bash[23443]: I, [2021-01-21T11:22:22.655211 #23443]  INFO -- : unlinking existing socket=/home/diaspora/diaspora/tmp/diaspora.sock 
Jan 21 11:22:22 computer bash[23443]: I, [2021-01-21T11:22:22.655347 #23443]  INFO -- : listening on addr=/home/diaspora/diaspora/tmp/diaspora.sock fd=10 
Jan 21 11:22:22 computer bash[23443]: I, [2021-01-21T11:22:22.663995 #23806]  INFO -- : worker=0 ready 
Jan 21 11:22:22 computer bash[23443]: I, [2021-01-21T11:22:22.665690 #23443]  INFO -- : master process ready 
Jan 21 11:22:22 computer bash[23443]: I, [2021-01-21T11:22:22.666855 #23808]  INFO -- : worker=1 ready 
Jan 21 11:22:22 computer bash[23443]: I, [2021-01-21T11:22:22.670572 #23810]  INFO -- : worker=2 ready 

diaspora@computer:/etc/systemd/system$ sudo systemctl status d-side 
● d-side.service - diaspora\* social network (sidekiq) 
   Loaded: loaded (/etc/systemd/system/d-side.service; enabled; vendor preset: enabled) 
   Active: active (running) since Thu 2021-01-21 11:22:17 CST; 32s ago 
 Main PID: 23444 (ruby) 
    Tasks: 12 (limit: 4915) 
   CGroup: /system.slice/d-side.service 
           └─23444 sidekiq 5.2.8 diaspora [0 of 5 busy] 

Jan 21 11:22:17 computer systemd[1]: Started diaspora\* social network (sidekiq). 
Jan 21 11:22:20 computer bash[23444]: Rack::SSL is enabled
  • Navigate to your website, and you shouldn't have a 503 error!

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#diaspora #admin #podmin #question #help #answer #systemd #systemctl #service #target

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Create systemd diaspora*

Updated for 2021 for diaspora version 0.7.14.0

Assumptions

  • You are using a dedicated user to launch diaspora scripts named "diaspora"
  • Your home directory is "/home/diaspora"

Steps

  • Change directory to where you would normally manually start your script.
    • cd /home/diaspora/diaspora
  • Run the following two commands:
    • rvm current
    • /bin/bash -lc "rvm current"
  • The output of both of these needs to match exactly for the service and target files to work properly!
diaspora@computer:~/diaspora$ rvm current 
ruby-2.6.5@diaspora 
diaspora@computer:~/diaspora$ /bin/bash -lc "rvm current" 
ruby-2.6.5@diaspora
  • Make sure you can manually run the following two commands and diaspora starts:
    • /bin/bash -lc "bin/bundle exec unicorn -c config/unicorn.rb -E production"
    • /bin/bash -lc "bin/bundle exec sidekiq"
    • NOTE: to stop the above commands, hit Ctrl + C.
  • If for any reason you cannot start these commands, your install of rvm probably isn't right (not in scope of this post).
  • Change directory into where we will be storing the services cd /etc/systemd/system/
  • Create a target file that will call the diaspora unicorn and sidekiq service files sudo nano diaspora.target
  • Contents:
[Unit] 
Description=diaspora\* social network 
## Postgres section 
#Wants=postgresql.service redis-server.service 
#After=redis-server.service syslog.target network.target postgresql.service 
## MySQL section 
Wants=redis-server.service 
After=redis-server.service syslog.target network.target mysqld.service 

[Install] 
WantedBy=multi-user.target
  • NOTE: If you use postgresql, make sure to comment out the MySQL section, and uncomment the Postgres section.
  • Create the diaspora web unicorn service file sudo nano d-web.service
  • Contents:
[Unit] 
Description=diaspora\* social network (unicorn) 
PartOf=diaspora.target 
StopWhenUnneeded=true 

[Service] 
User=diaspora 
WorkingDirectory=/home/diaspora/diaspora 
PIDFile=/home/diaspora/diaspora/tmp/pids/web.pid 
Environment=RAILS_ENV=production 
ExecStart=/bin/bash -lc "bin/bundle exec unicorn -c config/unicorn.rb -E production" 
ExecReload=/bin/kill -USR2 $MAINPID 
Restart=always 

[Install] 
WantedBy=diaspora.target
  • Create the diaspora sidekiq service file sudo nano d-side.service
  • Contents:
[Unit] 
Description=diaspora\* social network (sidekiq) 
PartOf=diaspora.target 
StopWhenUnneeded=true 

[Service] 
User=diaspora 
WorkingDirectory=/home/diaspora/diaspora 
PIDFile=/home/diaspora/diaspora/tmp/pids/sidekiq1.pid 
Environment=RAILS_ENV=production 
ExecStart=/bin/bash -lc "bin/bundle exec sidekiq" 
Restart=always 

[Install] 
WantedBy=diaspora.target
  • Reload systemd daemon sudo systemctl daemon-reload
  • Enable the newly created files sudo systemctl diaspora.target d-web.service d-side.service
  • Cross your fingers and start the diaspora services sudo systemctl start diaspora.target
  • CHECK TO MAKE SURE EVERYTHING IS WORKING sudo systemctl status d-web and sudo systemctl status d-side
  • If everything went well, you should get:
diaspora@computer:/etc/systemd/system$ sudo systemctl status d-web 
● d-web.service - diaspora\* social network (unicorn) 
   Loaded: loaded (/etc/systemd/system/d-web.service; enabled; vendor preset: enabled) 
   Active: active (running) since Thu 2021-01-21 11:22:17 CST; 10s ago 
 Main PID: 23443 (ruby) 
    Tasks: 9 (limit: 4915) 
   CGroup: /system.slice/d-web.service 
           ├─23443 unicorn master -c config/unicorn.rb -E production 
           ├─23806 unicorn worker[0] -c config/unicorn.rb -E production 
           ├─23808 unicorn worker[1] -c config/unicorn.rb -E production 
           └─23810 unicorn worker[2] -c config/unicorn.rb -E production 

Jan 21 11:22:17 computer systemd[1]: Started diaspora\* social network (unicorn). 
Jan 21 11:22:18 computer bash[23443]: I, [2021-01-21T11:22:18.341946 #23443]  INFO -- : Refreshing Gem list 
Jan 21 11:22:20 computer bash[23443]: Rack::SSL is enabled 
Jan 21 11:22:22 computer bash[23443]: I, [2021-01-21T11:22:22.655211 #23443]  INFO -- : unlinking existing socket=/home/diaspora/diaspora/tmp/diaspora.sock 
Jan 21 11:22:22 computer bash[23443]: I, [2021-01-21T11:22:22.655347 #23443]  INFO -- : listening on addr=/home/diaspora/diaspora/tmp/diaspora.sock fd=10 
Jan 21 11:22:22 computer bash[23443]: I, [2021-01-21T11:22:22.663995 #23806]  INFO -- : worker=0 ready 
Jan 21 11:22:22 computer bash[23443]: I, [2021-01-21T11:22:22.665690 #23443]  INFO -- : master process ready 
Jan 21 11:22:22 computer bash[23443]: I, [2021-01-21T11:22:22.666855 #23808]  INFO -- : worker=1 ready 
Jan 21 11:22:22 computer bash[23443]: I, [2021-01-21T11:22:22.670572 #23810]  INFO -- : worker=2 ready 

diaspora@computer:/etc/systemd/system$ sudo systemctl status d-side 
● d-side.service - diaspora\* social network (sidekiq) 
   Loaded: loaded (/etc/systemd/system/d-side.service; enabled; vendor preset: enabled) 
   Active: active (running) since Thu 2021-01-21 11:22:17 CST; 32s ago 
 Main PID: 23444 (ruby) 
    Tasks: 12 (limit: 4915) 
   CGroup: /system.slice/d-side.service 
           └─23444 sidekiq 5.2.8 diaspora [0 of 5 busy] 

Jan 21 11:22:17 computer systemd[1]: Started diaspora\* social network (sidekiq). 
Jan 21 11:22:20 computer bash[23444]: Rack::SSL is enabled
  • Navigate to your website, and you shouldn't have a 503 error!

tag cloud


#diaspora #admin #podmin #question #help #answer #systemd #systemctl #service #target

sources

 

Create systemd diaspora*

Updated for 2021 for diaspora version 0.7.14.0

Assumptions

  • You are using a dedicated user to launch diaspora scripts named "diaspora"
  • Your home directory is "/home/diaspora"

Steps

  • Change directory to where you would normally manually start your script.
    • cd /home/diaspora/diaspora
  • Run the following two commands:
    • rvm current
    • /bin/bash -lc "rvm current"
  • The output of both of these needs to match exactly for the service and target files to work properly!
diaspora@computer:~/diaspora$ rvm current 
ruby-2.6.5@diaspora 
diaspora@computer:~/diaspora$ /bin/bash -lc "rvm current" 
ruby-2.6.5@diaspora
  • Make sure you can manually run the following two commands and diaspora starts:
    • /bin/bash -lc "bin/bundle exec unicorn -c config/unicorn.rb -E production"
    • /bin/bash -lc "bin/bundle exec sidekiq"
    • NOTE: to stop the above commands, hit Ctrl + C.
  • If for any reason you cannot start these commands, your install of rvm probably isn't right (not in scope of this post).
  • Change directory into where we will be storing the services cd /etc/systemd/system/
  • Create a target file that will call the diaspora unicorn and sidekiq service files sudo nano diaspora.target
  • Contents:
[Unit] 
Description=diaspora\* social network 
## Postgres section 
#Wants=postgresql.service redis-server.service 
#After=redis-server.service syslog.target network.target postgresql.service 
## MySQL section 
Wants=redis-server.service 
After=redis-server.service syslog.target network.target mysqld.service 

[Install] 
WantedBy=multi-user.target
  • NOTE: If you use postgresql, make sure to comment out the MySQL section, and uncomment the Postgres section.
  • Create the diaspora web unicorn service file sudo nano d-web.service
  • Contents:
[Unit] 
Description=diaspora\* social network (unicorn) 
PartOf=diaspora.target 
StopWhenUnneeded=true 

[Service] 
User=diaspora 
WorkingDirectory=/home/diaspora/diaspora 
PIDFile=/home/diaspora/diaspora/tmp/pids/web.pid 
Environment=RAILS_ENV=production 
ExecStart=/bin/bash -lc "bin/bundle exec unicorn -c config/unicorn.rb -E production" 
ExecReload=/bin/kill -USR2 $MAINPID 
Restart=always 

[Install] 
WantedBy=diaspora.target
  • Create the diaspora sidekiq service file sudo nano d-side.service
  • Contents:
[Unit] 
Description=diaspora\* social network (sidekiq) 
PartOf=diaspora.target 
StopWhenUnneeded=true 

[Service] 
User=diaspora 
WorkingDirectory=/home/diaspora/diaspora 
PIDFile=/home/diaspora/diaspora/tmp/pids/sidekiq1.pid 
Environment=RAILS_ENV=production 
ExecStart=/bin/bash -lc "bin/bundle exec sidekiq" 
Restart=always 

[Install] 
WantedBy=diaspora.target
  • Reload systemd daemon sudo systemctl daemon-reload
  • Enable the newly created files sudo systemctl diaspora.target d-web.service d-side.service
  • Cross your fingers and start the diaspora services sudo systemctl start diaspora.target
  • CHECK TO MAKE SURE EVERYTHING IS WORKING sudo systemctl status d-web and sudo systemctl status d-side
  • If everything went well, you should get:
diaspora@computer:/etc/systemd/system$ sudo systemctl status d-web 
● d-web.service - diaspora\* social network (unicorn) 
   Loaded: loaded (/etc/systemd/system/d-web.service; enabled; vendor preset: enabled) 
   Active: active (running) since Thu 2021-01-21 11:22:17 CST; 10s ago 
 Main PID: 23443 (ruby) 
    Tasks: 9 (limit: 4915) 
   CGroup: /system.slice/d-web.service 
           ├─23443 unicorn master -c config/unicorn.rb -E production 
           ├─23806 unicorn worker[0] -c config/unicorn.rb -E production 
           ├─23808 unicorn worker[1] -c config/unicorn.rb -E production 
           └─23810 unicorn worker[2] -c config/unicorn.rb -E production 

Jan 21 11:22:17 computer systemd[1]: Started diaspora\* social network (unicorn). 
Jan 21 11:22:18 computer bash[23443]: I, [2021-01-21T11:22:18.341946 #23443]  INFO -- : Refreshing Gem list 
Jan 21 11:22:20 computer bash[23443]: Rack::SSL is enabled 
Jan 21 11:22:22 computer bash[23443]: I, [2021-01-21T11:22:22.655211 #23443]  INFO -- : unlinking existing socket=/home/diaspora/diaspora/tmp/diaspora.sock 
Jan 21 11:22:22 computer bash[23443]: I, [2021-01-21T11:22:22.655347 #23443]  INFO -- : listening on addr=/home/diaspora/diaspora/tmp/diaspora.sock fd=10 
Jan 21 11:22:22 computer bash[23443]: I, [2021-01-21T11:22:22.663995 #23806]  INFO -- : worker=0 ready 
Jan 21 11:22:22 computer bash[23443]: I, [2021-01-21T11:22:22.665690 #23443]  INFO -- : master process ready 
Jan 21 11:22:22 computer bash[23443]: I, [2021-01-21T11:22:22.666855 #23808]  INFO -- : worker=1 ready 
Jan 21 11:22:22 computer bash[23443]: I, [2021-01-21T11:22:22.670572 #23810]  INFO -- : worker=2 ready 

diaspora@computer:/etc/systemd/system$ sudo systemctl status d-side 
● d-side.service - diaspora\* social network (sidekiq) 
   Loaded: loaded (/etc/systemd/system/d-side.service; enabled; vendor preset: enabled) 
   Active: active (running) since Thu 2021-01-21 11:22:17 CST; 32s ago 
 Main PID: 23444 (ruby) 
    Tasks: 12 (limit: 4915) 
   CGroup: /system.slice/d-side.service 
           └─23444 sidekiq 5.2.8 diaspora [0 of 5 busy] 

Jan 21 11:22:17 computer systemd[1]: Started diaspora\* social network (sidekiq). 
Jan 21 11:22:20 computer bash[23444]: Rack::SSL is enabled
  • Navigate to your website, and you shouldn't have a 503 error!

tag cloud


#diaspora #admin #podmin #question #help #answer #systemd #systemctl #service #target

sources

 
Hey everyone, I’m #newhere. I’m interested in #audio, #battery, #car, #mechanic, and #service.
 
Statusupdate
https://blog.bka.li/~/JustForFun/statusupdate/ #uhuc #bkali #service
Es gab nur einen kleinen Rückschlag bei der Aktualisierung von #Plume, welches aber noch am selben Tag gelöst werden konnte.
Liberapay
Zudem habe ich aus mehreren Gründen meine Seite bei @Liberapay gelöscht. Neben dem nutzen für #Cloudflare für, meiner Meinung nach, kritische Zahlungsdaten, arbeitet deren Social Media Team zwar im #Fediverse [...]
 
Any tips on which #mobile #service to use in #israel for data connection? Good coverage, big packages I need 100GB a month, fast 4G....
 
#Service: neben der Schreibweise der Kinderpornografie hat sich folgendes geändert zwischen den Versionen von letzter Woche und der von heute:

In der Begründung A. V. EU-Recht/Völkerrecht ganze Textpassagen, und B. zur STPO zu Nr. 2 wurde §160 STPO durch §161, 163 ersetzt.
 
Laut dem europäischen #Copernicus #Climate #Change #Service und der US-amerikanischen #Oceanographic #and #Atmospheric #Administration war der Juli 2019 der heißeste Monat, der weltweit je verzeichnet wurde. Doch nicht nur der diesjährige – jeder Juli der letzten fünf Jahre zählt zu den fünf heißesten Monaten der #Messgeschichte.
 

Öffentliche DNS-over-TLS- und HTTPS-DNS-Resolver

Die Digitale Gesellschaft betreibt schon immer Tor-Server für die vertrauliche Kommunikation im Internet. Zusätzlich zu diesem Service bieten wir der Öffentlichkeit seit Anfang 2019 neu auch DNS-Resolver über die verschlüsselten Kommunikationswege DNS-over-TLS (DoT) und DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) an. Damit möchten wir eine Alternative zu kommerziellen Betreiberinnen bieten.
https://www.digitale-gesellschaft.ch/2019/04/11/oeffentliche-dns-over-tls-und-https-dns-resolver-neuer-service-der-digitalen-gesellschaft/

#dns #neuerservice #dnssec #service #infrastruktur
#digiges #schweiz #ch #suisse #svizzera #netzpolitik #digitalegesellschaft
 

Öffentliche DNS-over-TLS- und HTTPS-DNS-Resolver

Die Digitale Gesellschaft betreibt schon immer Tor-Server für die vertrauliche Kommunikation im Internet. Zusätzlich zu diesem Service bieten wir der Öffentlichkeit seit Anfang 2019 neu auch DNS-Resolver über die verschlüsselten Kommunikationswege DNS-over-TLS (DoT) und DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) an. Damit möchten wir eine Alternative zu kommerziellen Betreiberinnen bieten.
https://www.digitale-gesellschaft.ch/2019/04/11/oeffentliche-dns-over-tls-und-https-dns-resolver-neuer-service-der-digitalen-gesellschaft/

#dns #neuerservice #dnssec #service #infrastruktur
#digiges #schweiz #ch #suisse #svizzera #netzpolitik #digitalegesellschaft
 

Öffentliche DNS-over-TLS- und HTTPS-DNS-Resolver

Die Digitale Gesellschaft betreibt schon immer Tor-Server für die vertrauliche Kommunikation im Internet. Zusätzlich zu diesem Service bieten wir der Öffentlichkeit seit Anfang 2019 neu auch DNS-Resolver über die verschlüsselten Kommunikationswege DNS-over-TLS (DoT) und DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) an. Damit möchten wir eine Alternative zu kommerziellen Betreiberinnen bieten.
https://www.digitale-gesellschaft.ch/2019/04/11/oeffentliche-dns-over-tls-und-https-dns-resolver-neuer-service-der-digitalen-gesellschaft/

#dns #neuerservice #dnssec #service #infrastruktur
#digiges #schweiz #ch #suisse #svizzera #netzpolitik #digitalegesellschaft
 

Öffentliche DNS-over-TLS- und HTTPS-DNS-Resolver

Die Digitale Gesellschaft betreibt schon immer Tor-Server für die vertrauliche Kommunikation im Internet. Zusätzlich zu diesem Service bieten wir der Öffentlichkeit seit Anfang 2019 neu auch DNS-Resolver über die verschlüsselten Kommunikationswege DNS-over-TLS (DoT) und DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) an. Damit möchten wir eine Alternative zu kommerziellen Betreiberinnen bieten.
https://www.digitale-gesellschaft.ch/2019/04/11/oeffentliche-dns-over-tls-und-https-dns-resolver-neuer-service-der-digitalen-gesellschaft/

#dns #neuerservice #dnssec #service #infrastruktur
#digiges #schweiz #ch #suisse #svizzera #netzpolitik #digitalegesellschaft
 

Meanwhile... on #diaspora's discourse

This is kinda my first thread here.

I’ve used joindiaspora for a long time although I thought it was like the only social media site like this until I’ve heard of Hubzilla, Friendica and other pods of Diaspora.

Anyway, I sometimes take a quick searx.me browse for any open source dating sites and, to my disappointment, none turned up. So I wonder if it would be great if such a project existed.

What does anyone think?

I sent the guy to mastodon/pleroma or checking Get Together

#dating #service #free-the-love
https://discourse.diasporafoundation.org/t/diaspora-pod-for-dating/2538
 

Meanwhile... on #diaspora's discourse

This is kinda my first thread here.

I’ve used joindiaspora for a long time although I thought it was like the only social media site like this until I’ve heard of Hubzilla, Friendica and other pods of Diaspora.

Anyway, I sometimes take a quick searx.me browse for any open source dating sites and, to my disappointment, none turned up. So I wonder if it would be great if such a project existed.

What does anyone think?

I sent the guy to mastodon/pleroma or checking Get Together

#dating #service #free-the-love
https://discourse.diasporafoundation.org/t/diaspora-pod-for-dating/2538
 

Remove.bg – A service to remove the background of any photo


Remove Image Background: 100% automatically – in 5 seconds – without a single click
Article word count: 62

HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19418244
Posted by August-Garcia (karma: 204)
Post stats: Points: 178 - Comments: 41 - 2019-03-18T02:18:26Z

\#HackerNews #any #background #photo #remove #removebg #service #the
Article content:




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Spending hour after hour separating foregrounds from backgrounds? Thereʼs a better way now - and itʼs FREE.

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