Author Archives: Jigme Datse Yli-Rasku

Jigme Datse Yli-Rasku

Jigme Datse Yli-Rasku is the lead developer and owner of Datse Multimedia Productions.

Why not to use the Block/Gutenberg editor.

Orriginally this was a comment on the Yoast Post about Why to Use the Block Editor, but their comment form doesn’t tell you how long they can be, doesn’t tell you how long it is, so this will be the extent of the comment I will leave, with what will be a, “you need to […]

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Some of Why I Don’t Recommend Gentoo

First off, I really like to work with Gentoo myself.  So, it’s not really that I have a problem that I don’t like Gentoo, but rather, that I have problems with the community, and somewhat with how Gentoo itself tends to work for most people (ie. it fundamentally can be quite frustrating). The Community Initially, […]

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Our thoughts on Mastodon

Mastodon really seemed like a great thing, that the creator (Eugen) was maybe a little unaware of implications and all of that, but really did seem to have a good sense of what the “right” thing to do probably is as far as social media is concerned. I’m not sure that he has a good […]

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Game Development Thoughts (1 of however many)

OK, it seems like it was a few weeks ago that I was talking with a friend over on Deviant Art, and was talking about the fact that I’m feeling that I need to work on some game development stuff, and need to figure out what I need to do to do that. The first […]

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The Myth of Data Security

There are people who have talked to me recently about, “it is scary what you can do with data” and I have stated that by deleting their messages after 7 days protects them. This is at best misguided, and I’m not saying much about the people who are publicly making such statements as part of […]

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Email List…

I was checking some stuff out on MailChimp, and I notice a user I never noticed before had unsubscribed.  I was trying to delete the account, and I couldn’t, and then I see, “Unsubscribe reason: Spammy content”. This person subscribed to this newsletter on September 3rd, and I posted *nothing* which they wouldn’t have been […]

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Mastodon Setup (hopefully final update)

Today I finally found out how to generate log files.  They are “less than ideal” but they are good enough that I figured out what the main problem was and it was a typing mistake.  I had (and I’m not sure how this happened): spotlight When what it should have been was: stoplight This was […]

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Mastodon Setup further updates…

I haven’t seen a whole lot of improvement today, but I did see that I ended up with some toots coming in which are closer to when things were happening on the system, but it seems that for the most part this really isn’t working all that well.  It’s OK.  I’m kind of getting frustrated, […]

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Mastodon Setup – More information

Last night (about 23 hours ago apparently) I shared about setting up a Mastodon instance, and that things were kind of working but not really. I shared that https://mastodon.openpsychology.net/ is open for registrations, and that people would be able to sign up there (at least for the time being). And I hoped that people signing up, […]

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Mastodon instance setup

Over the last approximately 2 weeks we have been working on setting up our fist Mastodon Instance which we’re now at the state that we want to let people know about as things are kind of settling out.  We currently have 3 accounts there which is enough to feel that things are working “reasonably well”. I […]

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