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@blue_berry@feddit.de

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blue_berry,
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Thanks. It was due to me using a wrong port. Its working now.

Sorry for the inconvinience

blue_berry,
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Yup

blue_berry,
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Or do you know a similar post maybe?

blue_berry,
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Ok, yeah, I’m using a certiciate of my domain provider. Maybe that’s the problem … thanks! I will try to do it with letsencrypt/acme

blue_berry,
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Yes, also occures without the header. But I think I know the problem now: I tried to use the certificate of my host provider, which seems not to work for federation

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Its meant in the sense: better build communities in the fediverse rather than on Mars. Its a pun on “Colonize Mars”

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You are right, it could be read that way from the title. But from the content it becomes pretty clear that the section of the universe called the “Open Web” was deserted in this world decades ago and no one is there.

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Thanks. So nice to hear some feedback <3

You are right about the story. I crafted the whole thing a bit more hasty than the last ones. It should be longer and have an actual story and maybe some new characters. I also need to improve my writing. I tried a more playful style for this one, because its adventerous and so on, but its too inconsistent.

I’m thinking about extending and re-writing it, but am not sure if I will find the time. Thanks anyways :)

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Sure no pressure!

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Ok, I see. To be honest, I didn’t put as much thought in this than in the last stories. Maybe it would have worked if it was longer … I will think about it! Thanks anyway for the feedback.

And it isn’t very Solarpunkish 😉

the use of “open web” etc makes it too up front as well

That’s true. But otherwise, I don’t think the idea would have come across

Well yes, but Solarpunk also supported dezentrality 😇

the use of “open web” etc makes it too up front as well

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Interesting. Although I think at some point there will always be a Muska. Exclusivity and aristocracy doesn’t usually led to good things …

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That would still have been an interesting way to explore these questions. Royalty does not exist in a vacuum, it is a product of many principles that Sheeta and Pazy would not be fan of (not even Muska I bet).

That’s true. Could certainly be interesting, I mean, they build the whole thing and probably spend a few generations there.

But thing is, Miyazaki is very anti-tech. He did not want Laputa to be a dream followed by solarpunk, it was supposed to be a cautionary tale about the fall of technological societies. It prefered to focus on the destructive powers rather than on the post-labor utopias that the Laputa robots could have brought.

I would call his relationship with tech ambivalent, because the tech of Laputa is primarily positive and exists in harmony with nature. It just falls into the wrong hands.

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Ok, that’s a little let-down. Although I don’t think its that he is completely against tech, maybe his views changed over time since many of his movies feature technical advantages and not always in a bad way, for example the moving castle …

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never watched it sry

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Ok, you’re starting to convince me. I still think some of his works are great solar punk even though maybe he didn’t intented them to be …

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Yeah its kind of amazing :) (Although I think the story also is kind of universal)

PS: The similarity was noted before, check this out: <a href="">https://www.cnet.com/tech/services-and-software/this-crazy-japanese-film-just-blew-away-twitters-tweet-record/</a>

"Twitter revealed a new tweet-per-second record on Friday and it seems the 143,199 tweets-per-second milestone was triggered by the airing of a Japanese animated film. […] In the film, the protagonists send the city’s airborne fortress tumbling out of the sky with the magic word, “balus” which roughly translates to “destruction.” […] So strong is the pull of “Laputa” – even apart from the Ghibli Rule–that during the last airing on Dec. 9, 2011, Twitter logged a then-record-breaking 25,088 tweets per second of fans posting "balus’’ at the same time it was spoken during the movie–despite a public plea from the social-networking site to hold off."

  • Donna Tam, CNET 16/08/2013

I think Twitter always in a way tried to be the castle in the sky. Also, I think people just found it fun to mess with it.

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