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# run this to follow @dracoblue in the app
twtxt follow dracoblue https://dracoblue.net/twtxt.txt
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@mdom do you create 40mb traffic with 304 Not modified responses or do you fetch the entire resource?
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I think twtxt scales pretty decent by using HTTP Features like Cache-Control. #scalability #twtxt
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There is a nice paper on PULL or PUSH when it comes to scaling a justin bieber twitter account. http://research.yahoo.com/pub/3203 In this special case, twtxt's design is actually good! #scalability #twtxt
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@mdom do you create 40mb traffic with 304 Not modified responses or do you fetch the entire resource?
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I think twtxt scales pretty decent by using HTTP Features like Cache-Control. #scalability #twtxt
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There is a nice paper on PULL or PUSH when it comes to scaling a justin bieber twitter account. http://research.yahoo.com/pub/3203 In this special case, twtxt's design is actually good! #scalability #twtxt
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@mdom I would like to implement server and client, too ;). Since it somehow fixes the nervous polling, which https://web.twtxt.org does.
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@kas will you whitelist twtxt-ui/registry in your robots.txt again?
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@kas I updated the registry to interpret the robots.txt (your entries won't be indexed anymore) + the Crawl-Delay directive of robots.txt https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robots_exclusion_standard#Crawl-delay_directive
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@kas Is fetching every 10 minutes for the registry and the webclients ok? Maybe we need something like "/changefreq hourly" as meta data for registries/clients.
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@kas btw. 37.120.16.189 is not my ip ;)
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@kas ok, I disabled it. will work on a fix tomorrow. sorry for the issues. :(
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@kas wtf. what's wrong? I will remove them now.
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About referencing tweets: how about md5(TWTURL\tTIMESTAMP\ttxt) as "id" of the tweet?
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@mdom I meant the websocket part
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@kas ok :(. Will do when back at PC. What is the problem?
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From now on https://web.twtxt.org will only deliver the latest 20 twtxt messages (/user) to save bandwith. 304 Not Modified via E-Tag is also supported.
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@mdom sounds great. I would really like to add it to registry.twtxt.org, too! Can you create a PR for https://github.com/buckket/twtxt/blob/master/docs/user/registry.rst and add documentation for this?
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@mdom looks nice!
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I finished the next alpha of https://web.twtxt.org/. It has now "github" login (files at username.github.io/twtxt.txt) and stores all /follow+/unfollow things in the twtxt.txt.
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/nick dracoblue
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@reednj manually ;). I thought about it, but since the usernames can be different I droped that idea.
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@mdom do you really need a second config file? Can't you use an own [txtnix] section in twtxt's config file? http://twtxt.readthedocs.org/en/latest/user/configuration.html#configuration
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@reednj_tw yep. Etag + If-None-Match is way better, because it usually works with md5 on the content. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTTP_ETag /cc @buckket
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@kdave do you want a subdomain of twtxt.org?
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@kdave I can see if I can create a version, which tries to store the info, and falls back to cookies or no storage at all.
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@kdave does the localstorage version not work in your fav. browser?
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@kdave ah .. missread your message. What alternative way would you use for the web version? I would like to store the info within a config file, too. E.g. the twtxt.txt itself as meta data.
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@kdave https://web.twtxt.org/ works with localstorage already in the browser. (for following users)
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@kdave I don't think, it's necessary to merge http+https. People can add themself only with https. /cc @david
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/me added /me support to https://web.twtxt.org
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@mdom I am working on the same thing for https://web.twtxt.org right now, too! :)
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@buckket yep ;). I think the ideas in #48 are already quite good!
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/me is testing the proposed format of meta data in https://github.com/buckket/twtxt/issues/48
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/nick dracoblue
[1.8 years ago]
@reednj the .txt files look good. Can you provide the mentions also by url? Ideally with /api/plain/mentions like described at http://twtxt.readthedocs.org/en/latest/user/registry.html#query-for-mentions
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@reednj please upgrade your client, to have proper mentions in your tweets ;)
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yep! nice ;)
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@kas thank you!
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Created nice API-Doc with "Try it out!"-forms for the registry api at https://registry.twtxt.org/swagger-ui/
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@kas I added memcached and user agent to my registry, so you should see some 304 now from me!
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@xena @twtxtlist I guess there is something wrong with the time at your side. It tweets as '2016-02-13T03:28:46+00:00' but, it's still 2016/12/02 http://www.timeanddate.com...
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@xena happens ;)
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You have to use javascript:fetcher.login('https://example.org/twtxt') to login. I will add UI for that later.
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added mentions-support by querying registry.twtxt.org to https://web.twtxt.org/
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@kas that's the server for https://web.twtxt.org - will add proper User-Agent-String + Modified+Since soon. Fetches every minute if users are using it. Load is ok? /cc @quite
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@buckket cool
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@kas I implemented a proposal for such api here https://github.com/DracoBlue/twtxt-registry. Example response is: https://registry.twtxt.org/api/plain/users
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Hey @reednj and @xena! do you want to work on an effort to streamline #twtxt registry apis? My proposal: https://github.com/DracoBlue/twtxt-registry
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working on a web-ui for twtxt (preview at https://web.twtxt.org/ )
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@buckket something like https://gitter.im/ or a freenode channel?
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@buckket looks nice ;)
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@erlehmann is messing with timestamps in @buckket #twtxt :)
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Simple nodejs script to convert your twitter timeline to twtxt: https://t.co/txnWsC5jvA ( find my #twtxt at https://t.co/uN1KDXwJ8B )
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RT @hackernewsbot: Show HN: Twtxt – Decentralised, minimalist microblogging service for hackers... https://t.co/QetAUkvYZI
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RT @dret: great to see the #AS2 work now also covering the protocol side of things: hello #ActivityPub! https://t.co/kRq9Vu7Pos #REST #IoT
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"How to automatically upload Snapshots and Releases to @sonatype_ossrh with @travisci" https://t.co/AiV0PfTWAl
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RT @dret: "preload" https://t.co/z8b3fvB0IQ'>https://t.co/z8b3fvB0IQ has been added to the @theiana link relation type registry. https://t.co/z8b3fvB0IQ'>https://t.co/z8b3fvB0IQ #REST #HTML
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