@12345 Sure, thing is you always have to loosen up the soil when you first work it (and some parts were not worked before, so I double-digged them), while others were opened up but not tilled. It's more akin to what a broadfork does.
Unless you have an extensive life that already provided the soil structure, you are not likely to see your soil soft after just 1 digging. In my experience new, compact soil need an additional break every year or so for a few years before the structure (eventually) kicks in. Every year will be softer, and as long as you don't turn it upside down you should not be harming the soil life.
That's afaik, of course, and I may be wrong, I often am
What did you plant?
I'm craving for some star light too frankly, spring takes way too long to come
How do you organize your memes, do you have a folder, do you tag them somehow?
On a related note...
@Surasanji It can happen, that's true for any human interaction. But you, don't stop posting memes you!
I wrote a while ago about how I switched my #garden from typical #permaculture elements to a more rational and classic food production system.
I think it's working out really, really great. This are the latest pictures, blog post to come in a little while.
I am experimenting with very closed space dense planting, little mulch (most of organic goes to compost) and yeah, I'm digging it. Sometimes double-digging it.
@Surasanji That's interesting, I only use mastodon as social media and I usually have peaceful, useful interactions.
I use the mute tool quite and only follow nice people though, so that may help.
In any case yeah, #qoto people are nice <3
You may with the same approach see other instances people too, I've yet to see someone from scicomm.xyz who I don't like, for example
@uniq if you can go on and have one tap more for the "Download audio" button in newpipe you are all set :)
But I can see how having a more integrated way of proceeding can be useful, sure thing.
I see what you mean. I have youtube links to automatically play audio in background using newpipe, I really just have to press the link button and it plays, that's why I didn't catch the big difference.
@xosem man, that's an awesome domain... and you get approved by Sauron himself!
@uniq hi, well youtube offers rss feed, so you don't really need any tool to make a feed out of a channel.
For example, the feed for BBC Earth is
Thanks, nice to know I am not the only one to find it so nice!
Take it easy man, we all appreciate your work, and after all you broke stuff while trying to make something awesome.
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Thanks for the reminder, I am still using sysvinit in servers because overall I am too lazy to learn about how systemd works and if it's not broken I'd rather play the guitar than fix it... but yeah, sooner or later I'll have to get my head right and study it. Let us know how it goes :)
Hey #GNUSocial specialists :)
I can federate accounts via /main/ostatussub but how can I federate any statuses? It seems it is only available with profiles: https://git.gnu.io/gnu/gnu-social/blob/master/plugins/OStatus/actions/ostatussub.php
Also, why I can't federate #Peertube accounts?
I would like to offer the follow remote instance feature for GNU.
No worries. Is the fediverse environment affecting you in a bad way?
Dear #science community, I'd love your help.
I'd like to get a solid grip on the effectiveness of permaculture as a design system by looking at the published studies. Sciencedirect lists 257 articles about it atm. Eventually, it would be just nice to write an article and put order in my head about the conclusions.
Now, how would you go for such a task?
I am starting by giving a definition of what articles I'll consider and which not and what are my goals, and have set up a database-like wiki to organize studies by theme and comments, but it still look like a vast, difficult task. I'd love any hint, idea, help from more experienced people!
@snailix this is awesome!
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