@mastohost thank you!
@hugh yes. I believe the latest documentation for setup includes a setup cron job step. Our instance was so old, didn't have that.
@hugh give it a shot?
@hugh I think it means you can run it without the RAILS_ENV part. Try running tootctl and see what happens
@hugh there's something about running it in production environment, so RAILS_ENV=production bin/tootctl might be necessary https://docs.joinmastodon.org/administration/post-installation/
@hugh is your instance docker or not? I used tootctl media remove seems to do the trick.
@andrewjbtw it was, and it's up again. We are running out of space over there and I'm trying to figure a way to clear old media
@platypus yeapppp, was just about to announce to the world! Haha
Hello fellow glammr.us tooters, we are conducting some long overdue instance upgrading and server migration in a day or two. Expect some intermittent downtime.
If there's anything urgent, toot me at my digipres.club account @joshuatj
If you're interested in open media, open standards, digital audiovisual preservation, then you might want to check out the livestream of No Time to Wait 3: Rough Consensus and Running Archives symposium happening right now.
More info at https://mediaarea.net/NoTimeToWait3
Catch the livestream at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M3mthecCNRM
Digitization is the not panacea though.
"Why isn't library science in Brazil at a place where digitizing existing materials is as important as going out and collecting stuff?”
The Delicate Art of Being an Archivist: An Open Letter to Alice Dreger | librarylibby https://www.librarylibby.com/single-post/2018/07/31/The-Delicate-Art-of-Being-an-Archivist-An-Open-Letter-to-Alice-Dreger
@kayiwa @platypus I think we can start by implementing a block list https://mastodon.zombocloud.com/@staticsafe/100087900831103129
@John IKR?! The author's other works are quite fun too!
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