マストドン バージョン1.4.4公開



トゥートの回転について、マストドン作者のオイゲン氏も「bye bye spinny texts」とコメントしています。

Follow is now running the commit that will likely become v1.4.4. bye bye spinny texts

@Gargron Anything special that rebuilding assets ?

@Technowix i won't announce until tomorrow morning otherwise a bunch of admins will update in the middle of the night and blame me for making them update in the middle of the night

@Naouak @Technowix @Gargron i very much doubt this has changed

will run htop for you next time i build and see

@bea @Naouak @Gargron Already monitoring my building, staying at 2gigs (but not webpack time right now)

@bea @Naouak @Gargron building of the containers never pass trought 2,3 gigs system wide, time to rebuild assets....

@Technowix @Gargron @Naouak i just did precompile and the peak memory usage of that process was 1070M

@djsundog i dunno. Is that important? I just included it on the page for giggles

@Gargron I dunno. Can I ignore the license on mastodon if it's just for giggles?

@djsundog @Gargron


no you cannot

the flesh-eating No Fun Attorneys will descend upon you like flying piranha

@Gargron you're using someone's artwork in part your AGPL licensed project without attribution or confirming that your use doesn't violate the artist's license for use of their art.

@Gargron don't get me wrong, I think the licensing of intellectual property is a scam and a hustle and I'd just as soon see software licensing burn in an eternal fire beside copyright law, but if you're going to stand on the side of strong licensing you probably shouldn't pirate other people's work without consent

@djsundog i don't think release notes are in any way part of mastodon the software, not any more than bug reports people submit. Plus the image is an old meme (it's on kym for example)

@Gargron so if I see someone else do it first and think mastodon is old then you're cool with it

@djsundog the image is 24 years old. I don't know if the copyright on it has been extended or not. I removed it. Truly, no fun is allowed.

@Gargron I am glad we have reached this not fun resolution. Thank you for looking at this very serious matter very seriously. May the fun go ever unfunned.

@djsundog @Gargron whew thank goodness, I was starting to get afraid we might be having too much fun here

@Gargron @djsundog (copyright protects the work for 70 years after the death of the author, then work becomes public domain. Also in most cases documentation has its own license, like FDL or CC-whatever. Since AGPL is a software license, its terms are hard to interpret on any other forms of a work like texts and images. And yes, licenses ARE important and should be followed.)

@gargron @djsundog Copyright isn't just 17 years renewable for another 17 years anymore. Thanks to Disney it's something ridiculous like life of the author plus 75 years, or 100 years for a corporation.

@Gargron @djsundog

you, sir, may expect a call from the No Fun Attorneys

and as you might expect

they are largely no fun

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