[-] t_378@lemmy.one 1 points 1 month ago

If you check out the mailing list archives there is some active discussion about dbus-broker as well.

submitted 2 months ago by t_378@lemmy.one to c/programming@beehaw.org

A friend of mine is interested in the "sovereign artist" model, which basically means that you self publish and self release your own work on your own website, as opposed to using a publishing house or art gallery.

It's powerful because it gives everyone a platform to share "niche" art, but as a consumer, it can be difficult to find and "curate" high quality, interesting works of art. Is there a rating/voting system that exists that is resitant to internet vote tampering?

I'm talking about how 10 years ago, Amazon reviews were pretty helpful. But now they've been swarmed with paid and bot written reviews. Same with Slickdeals and many others.

I'd want a voting system that incorporates some ideas:

  • it would prevent one person from making multiple fake accounts
  • reviews wouldn't be suppressed or promoted by paid algorithims
  • the algorithm WOULD help connect people to items they are interested in. But maybe the workings of it would be open source, so it can be audited for bad acting.

Does a project like this exist somewhere? Rather than host that project in one place, it could be powerful to defederate and prevent the temptation to manipulate algorithms.

[-] t_378@lemmy.one 2 points 3 months ago

Vimwiki + Syncthing. You can deafult your vimwiki to create markdown files... This only works if you use vim/neovim as your text editor.

[-] t_378@lemmy.one 3 points 3 months ago

What software did you use to put the slide deck together? It seems to work so nicely when placed on a webpage, too...


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