Ever play a game where you take a wrong turn πŸ‰ and it's been a long time since a checkpoint so you have to go back and play a lot to get another crack at it? πŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈ

Software development doesn't have to be like that. At all.

We can make branches and forks for free and switch from one to another for almost nothing. We can revert changes and roll back services and pretend that never happened... and sometimes we're make progress. Like exponential progress.

Most people just want to use a thing and move on, but if you're curious and like to tinker, don't let project ownership get in the way.

= universal access πŸ”“ unlimited lives πŸ‘© and checkpoints. πŸ’Ύ

The only question is, where do you want to play?

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Creating magic through evolution of the Fediverse. Running Ecko, a community-driven fork of Mastodon managed using the Collective Code Construction Contract (C4) by the Magic Stone Community. C4 is a protocol for asynchronous, non-blocking, distributed, problem-focused software development.