@reconbot I totally feel your pain. What Ive done is hope from a few jobs until I found the right level of "flexibility". Currently I work 3 days from home and 2 from the office, plus the odd extra day at the office when needed. Commuting is 2 to 3 hours per day I spend at the office, so I head in very early to do some extra hours that I take off when Im working from home. But I have no management duties, I moved from a Team Lead to a Engineering Lead position to avoid the "need" to be at the office.
You can't find them. By design any "site" (or Dat archive for that purpose) is secret until you share the key with people to be able to download/browse it.
The last sentence was meant to say: "I love how #patchwork ..."
I would love to have a mashup of #dat and #ssb with a client like #patchwork
I like how on #dat you can "follow" someone/something with the hash id, there is no need for pubs to replicate data and connect people on different networks.
I love you #patchwork gives me a a way to interact with the #ssb network in a "familiar" way
The idea is that, once you build a website (from scratch or forking a site) you are basically hosting it on a p2p network. So once you share your dat url others can download your site to browse and will also seed it to the world. So websites become like torrents that are shared (seed) by many people without needing a central server to host your site.
Ideally other browsers would eventually support browsing dat websites.
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