@aaronpk I just started using Syncthing on Catalina with no issues, plus now added a FreeBSD machine into the mix. I use LAN or port-forwarded WAN SFTP access to either laptop back home with Documents to access from iOS.
I just built MarsEdit for Apple Silicon with no source changes. I literally flipped the switch and it built with no errors. It’s not a trivial app. I can’t wait to try it out on real hardware!
There’s a great feature of having a live conference that people can attend! But it’s extremely difficult to do properly especially when people are ten hours away. I wonder if we, in the IndieWeb, can take this opportunity to distribute this. There’s probably prior art on this - I haven’t seen it yet.
The idea is to have people pre-record talks and information to be about 4 - 5 hours worth, total. Then we can have a live streaming server play this playlist on loop about 6 times so (ideally) everyone can see them as if they were watching it for the first time. After the loop is done for about 6 times, we could then make individual video pages, similar to how conferences publish videos after a talk.
What does the community think? I’m hoping this would reduce the pressure to agree/find on a time and distributes it out for people. We’d need people in at least 4 different zones to help make sure that the videos are looping correctly (but that shouldn’t be too hard). I think TwiT does a good job of this.
#100days 49 - Started a new project today. I am working on using Plaid to automatically pull transactions into my accounting software from multiple bank accounts. I would also hope to get it hooked into my chat bot for realtime(ish) updates so I can categorize transactions and add receipts as soon as they are available.