ZegnatIf nslookup gives you NXDOMAIN the domain is probably free, good enough cursory check. And this goes via your DNS provider, which you already seem to trust as you are using them to tell you what server goes with what domain.
Zegnatsl007, but if you are afraid of squatters grabbing the domain before you, all you are interested in is if a domain is free. nslookup is *almost* as good at checking that as whois. Though I agree whois over HTPS would be nice.
petermolnarI'm slowly realizing I'd rather go back to qvga res and the old skype, just please someone get it working easily, reliably and without burning down or drainig the battery in 1 hour of a laptop
ZegnatI imagine clients should be able to let the user pick at what bitrate they want to push their webcam right? They just don’t allow for it most of the time, defaulting to “best possible”, which is both heavy on encoding (CPU) and bandwidth
ZegnatVidyo is enterprise software, AFAIK. It probably cost Mozilla a non-insubstantial sum to get all their conference rooms outfitted. I don’t believe we can set-up a Vidyo conference for IndieWeb just at the snap of our fingers.
petermolnarthat article of [chrisaldrich] got me thinking that though posts are definitely a problem for filter bubble algorithms maybe events are just as much of a problem, yet event cross-posting is niche even within the indieweb community; I'm guessing mostly because of the lack of tools
LoqiExpiring content is content that is only temporarily (ephemerally) relevant, and also part of a larger post, that can and should be (preferably automatically) removed once a particular datetime has passed (the expiration date) https://indieweb.org/ephemeral
prtksxnatantek: I think they aren't able to understand the depth. The W3 specs and such. Maybe refute the assumption by pointing out that a lot of people prefer posting on other's sites (like twitter), without pointing out the irony, and then maybe a link to http://indieweb.org/building_blocks.