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# run this to follow @kas in the app
[4 days ago]
So I have 4 awk scripts that operates on 2 files each: intersection (A&B), union (A|B), difference (A-B), and symmetric-difference (A^B). Any suggestions for short, logical, and easy-to-remember names for these scripts? TIA!
[5 days ago]
@lucidiot Wouldn't it become like a Black Friday frenzy? Buy, buy, buy before your IOUs become obsolete.
[5 days ago]
@lucidiot Not nearly as fun, I must admit.
[6 days ago]
@lucidiot or: systemd-analyze security | tail -n+2 | f nf | sortc | awk '{print $2 " " $1}' | tr '\n' ' ': 😨 36 🙂 11 😐 6 🙁 4
[6 days ago]
@mox time flies like a banana!
[6 days ago]
@lucidiot: systemd-analyze security | tail -n+2 | f nf | sortc: https://s.nyf.dk/tw7g3/
[6 days ago]
Damn, “systemd-analyze security” is a depressing sight. :|
[7 days ago]
[9 days ago]
@adiabetic, @freemor: I don't think you are missing anything. I personally believe that the intended UACH is better for privacy than the current situation. But ideally servers should just stick to the ...
[9 days ago]
Starting a twtxt file with ‘# TWTXT’ could be a magic marker that enables supporting non-twtxt clients (e.g., gopher clients) to do special rendering.
[10 days ago]
@freemor We shall see where it all ends, but as far as I've understood, the UACH is an initiative from the big browsers.
[11 days ago]
User-Agent Client Hints ⌘ https://wicg.github.io/ua-client-hints/
[12 days ago]
@adiabatic (re: ‘’) My mind says I should learn to use kakoune, but my muscle memory says I should just stick to jed (that I have used for close to 25 years).
[12 days ago]
Plume — a federated blogging application ⌘ https://joinplu.me/ #Rust
[13 days ago]
Dan-Bunkering betalte mystisk selskab millioner i sag om jetbrændstof til Syrien ⌘ https://www.dr.dk/nyheder/indland/dan-bunkering-betalte-mystisk-selskab-millioner-i-sag-om-jetbraendstof-til-syrien
[2 weeks ago]
@xandkar (re: f) I have been using '{print $n}' for years, I'm a big fan of awk. But there is no way to easily do ranges the way cut can (N-M, N-, -M), and cut cannot handle a mixture of TABs and SPACEs. So f happened. :)
[2 weeks ago]
[2 weeks ago]
@xandkar (re: planner) I agree. For years I have been using a paper notebook + a fountain pen as my main planning/todo tool. I do use a calendar app on my phone, too, but mostly for reminders where I want a notification.
[2 weeks ago]
f: easily select a range of fields separated by blanks ⌘ https://github.com/kseistrup/f (wrapper around awk)
[2 weeks ago]
How to cut quill pens from feathers ⌘ http://www.flick.com/~liralen/quills/quills.html
[3 weeks ago]
@mdosch: reading you – welcome back!
[3 weeks ago]
Reminder: Doomsday falls on a Saturday in 2020 ⌘ https://github.com/kseistrup/doomsday
[3 weeks ago]
January 2 is #IntrovertDay. World Introvert Day is an opportunity for people worldwide to better understand and appreciate introverts.
[3 weeks ago]
@freemor (re: linked list) Which keyword/label would you suggest we use for linking back to earlier slices?
[3 weeks ago]
@freemor (re: linked list) That's not a bad idea.
[4 weeks ago]
Please see https://enotty.dk/twtxt-2019.txt for entries submitted in 2019.
[4 weeks ago]
Happy new year 2020!
[4 weeks ago]
Back in the T9 days I had a friend named Dorthe who were doing a master in archeology. Now, whenever I tried to ring in her name in an SMS the T9 autocorrect would suggest “Fortid”, which incidentally means “Past” (as in “Past times”) in Danish. Talk a...
[4 weeks ago]
Re-watching HBO's WestWorld. Isn't it just brilliant. <3
[4 weeks ago]
The gopher client ‘phetch’ is really progressing nicely. I love the colours, the swiftness and the seamless navigation. ⌘ https://github.com/dvkt/phetch
[4 weeks ago]
@xandkar You can approximate all real numbers arbitrarily well, and the infinities of 2D, 3D … ND are of the same magnitude, so I'd say: yes, you can.
[4 weeks ago]
Soma FM: Groove Salad ⌘ https://somafm.com/groovesalad/ A nicely chilled plate of ambient/downtempo beats and grooves. #music
[5 weeks ago]
Sweet new gopher client from dvkt, written in rust: https://github.com/dvkt/phetch
[5 weeks ago]
@von, @lucidiot And there's https://github.com/kseistrup/kbmsgr that uses twtxt to chat over the KeybaseFS (proof of concept, written before Keybase had an actual chat functio...
[5 weeks ago]
@xandkar (re: Delta Chat) I agree. In restrospect, chatting over IMAP is an obvious use-case.
[5 weeks ago]
[1.2 months ago]
You can kiss yourself in the mirror, but only on the lips.
[1.2 months ago]
@von The autocrypt thing includes an entire Curve25519 GPG key in the emails headers and have provisions for sign/encryption prefs. I wish more clients would support it.
[1.3 months ago]
@xandkar One such use of email is Delta Chat, that works as an end-to-end encrypted messenger à la WhatsApp, using an IMAP server as storage and emails as individual messages.
[1.3 months ago]
@von Perhaps people would send you encrypted emails if you announced your key in email headers according to the autocrypt scheme? Not that I would hold my breath…
[1.4 months ago]
Having one's twtxt.txt file in a FUSE-mounted Perkeep FS would allow for all sorts of nice things: https://perkeep.org/cmd/pk-mount/ However, the FUSE part has a bug that makes it completely useless: https://github.com/perkeep/perkeep/issues/1218 :(
[1.4 months ago]
@mox I love Sigur Rós, thanks for the links!
[1.4 months ago]
@sixbitproxywax (re: naming scheme) It would probably be more pratical with splitting the file based on size, but then the numbering should be incremental so that the newest file has the largest number.
[1.4 months ago]
@sixbitproxywax (re: naming scheme) A while ago I decided to split my twtxt file into years, to avoid having people downloading the entire collection of tweets every time, and I marked the continuations in the fir...
[1.4 months ago]
Do you guys remember the AmigaDOS command FileNote? I missed it, so: https://github.com/kseistrup/filenote :)
[1.5 months ago]
@jb55 Great, I merged your pull-request. I have kept all previous feeds at home, so I can easily populate the we-were-twtxt file. Will take a look at it one of these days. /cc @xandkar
[1.5 months ago]
@xandkar I noticed your comment on MS Github about just archiving dead feeds, rather than removing them, but now I can't find it again. How would you implement it? In a we-were-twtxt.txt file?
[1.5 months ago]
Rule of Silence: When a program has nothing surprising to say, it should say nothing. ⌘ http://www.catb.org/~esr/writings/taoup/html/ch01s06.html#id2878450
[1.5 months ago]
@adiabatic (re: exa) I don't expect anything to break, it's more about me getting used to the slightly different format. E.g., you cannot see at a glance if a directory is empty or not.
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Exa aliases done, let's see how I like that.
[1.5 months ago]
/me likes the URL ‘https://the.exa.website/’ :)
[1.5 months ago]
Perhaps I should just alias ls et al. to exa and see how it goes.
[1.5 months ago]
@xandkar Turned out I already have ‘exa’ installed. Problem is ‘ls’ is already in muscle memory. Exa looks sweet, though.
[1.5 months ago]
“User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Linux; Android 7.0; FRD-AL00 Build/HUAWEIFRD-AL00; wv) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0 Chrome/53.0.2785.49 Mobile MQQBrowser/6.2 TBS/043602 Safari/537.36 MicroMessenger/6.5.16.1120 NetType/WIFI Language/zh_C...
[1.5 months ago]
Heck (re: FUSE), there could even be virtual dirs like /YYYY, /YYYY-MM and /YYYY-MM-DD etc. for entries posted on those dates.
[1.5 months ago]
Showerthoughts: Implement twtxt as a FUSE filesystem with a directory for each subscription and a single tail'able twtxt.txt file for the global timeline.
[1.5 months ago]
@adiabatic, @johanbove (re: Are you real enough for yourself?) If I am unreal, there is no self I can be real for.
[1.5 months ago]
We really ought to have a recursive twtxt crawler…
[1.5 months ago]
Welcome to twtxt, @xandkar, and thanks for the google tip: I managed to add more than 10 feeds to my twtxt subscriptions – hopefully, some of them will be reading their webserver logs and ask to be added to @<we_are_twtx...
[1.6 months ago]
@johanbove Gloomy can be nice every now and then.
[1.6 months ago]
RFC 5735: Special Use IPv4 Addresses ⌘ https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5735
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RFC 6598: IANA-Reserved IPv4 Prefix for Shared Address Space (100.64.0.0/10) ⌘ https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc6598
[1.6 months ago]
Hm…, text files that are curl'ed from a gopher:// URL have their LFs converted to CRLF. That sucks. :(
[1.7 months ago]
Mario: Shell pipes in Python ⌘ https://github.com/python-mario/mario
[1.8 months ago]
Playing with DANE and DNSSEC. My balls are hanging very low right now.
[1.8 months ago]
@freemor Thanks, I'll take a look at clonezilla.
[1.8 months ago]
@adiabatic I thought an easy way og backing up my RPi4 would be to take a copy of the µSD image. But dd produced an image with a different checksum every time, so I gave up.
[1.8 months ago]
FSM now lives at https://www.spaghettimonster.org/ rather than at Venganza. :)
[1.9 months ago]
@freemor Hehe, interesting take (but I think you're right). :)
[1.9 months ago]
How come matrix prefers /.well-known/matrix/server over https, rather than a more inexpensive DNS SRV lookup? If the domain uses DNSSEC, wouldn't it be just as safe?
[1.9 months ago]
M4-bloggery is a static blog generator that requires only M4 and Make ⌘ http://m4-bloggery.invergo.net/fossil/home
[1.9 months ago]
Makebakery is a static website generator implemented using GNU Make ⌘ https://github.com/datagrok/makebakery
[1.9 months ago]
@lucidiot (re: ☭) Nice easter egg :)
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[2.0 months ago]
RFC 8689 — SMTP Require TLS Option ⌘ https://www.rfc-editor.org/info/rfc8689
[2.0 months ago]
“One world. One net. One vision.” ⌘ https://twitter.com/Perrild/status/1199330275320184833 Am I the only one who is associating “Ein Volk. Ein Reich. Ein Führer.”?
[2.0 months ago]
@lucidiot, @mdosch (re: …) Ah, yes. I am using CapsLock as Compose key, and I can see that Compose-.. would be easy. However, I have never bothered to learn any ‘compositions‘. Now ...
[2.0 months ago]
@mdosch (re: …) From ~/.Xmodmap: keycode 60 = period colon period colon periodcentered ellipsis
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@lucidiot (re: …) Haha! :D They come in more flavours: ⋮ ⋰ ⋱ ⋯ :)
[2.1 months ago]
@tx I did have sensors, but one time recently I found it stuck with one wheel over the edge and unable to free itself, and now it has hurled itself into the abyss. Perhaps its sensors were blocked, I don't know. I feel ...
[2.1 months ago]
My robotic vacuum has comitted suicide by throwing itself down the stairs from the upper floor. R.I.P.
[2.1 months ago]
Re-watching “Years and Years” on HBO. It's such a brilliant commentary on contemporary lifestyle and the near future. ⌘ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Years_and_Years_%28TV_series%29
[2.1 months ago]
“You’d think in 2019 Tesla would have been able to render that thing with more polygons.” ⌘ https://twitter.com/mattblaze/status/1197911478457769984
[2.1 months ago]
Gogs or Gitea?
[2.2 months ago]
@johanbove (re: programs) good move, that one!
[2.3 months ago]
WT:Social referral link (_not_ monetary, but may let us in earlier) ⌘ https://wt.social/gi/klaus-seistrup/friends/5gzk
[2.3 months ago]
@freemor, @lucidiot (re: Sith) According to https://youtu.be/YcQfiYUXrtI “they're greasy little freaks who hide pickles in the sky.” ;)
[2.3 months ago]
So I submitted my first package to AUR ⌘ https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/neomutt-autocrypt/ Better late than never. ;)
[2.3 months ago]
Just stumbled upon a gopher server written in Lua ⌘ https://github.com/spc476/port70
[2.3 months ago]
Another twtxt project that could be interesting, once all twtxt files have been fetched and enumerated, is “The Complete Link Collection”, containing all URLs posted by all users at all times.
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@lucidiot (re: Bratislava) Haha! :D
[2.3 months ago]
@lucidiot Thanks for the suggestion.
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@lucidiot I am taking steps to write a simple, recursive twtxt fetcher that will log and crawl every new twtxt file it can find, given an initial URL to start from.
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Damn, I ran my entire twtxt collection through a regexp to extract mentions (’@<nick url>’), and in three years it amounted to only 108 (and some of those were http/https isomers, or people that has moved from one place to another). That's really not a...
[2.3 months ago]
@johanbove I guess another way of signing the twtxt file could be to just pour it into keybase://public/$user/twtxt.txt as it is. Keybase users could then fetch it from their local /keybase directory and everyone coul...
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@mdosch (re: autocrypt) Fair enough. :)
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@lucidiot Hehe, I'm not sure, I haven't counted them. And I haven't really published all of them. ;)
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@lucidiot (re: crawler) I think there was, and some point, although I can't point you in any direction. Should be quite simple to make one, though. And useful.
[2.4 months ago]
@mdosch You can see in https://git.archlinux.org/svntogit/community.git/tree/trunk/PKGBUILD?h=packages/neomutt which [ArchLinux] packages are needed to build neomutt. You have to add SQLite to that lot.
[2.4 months ago]
And now for some pancakes… :p
[2.4 months ago]
@lucidiot Oh yes, Calibre… It would such a shame to see that project die if the author is gonna stick to Py2, but it will obviously be a huge undertaking to convert it all to Py3.
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@mdosch (re: autocrypt) Oh, my bad. I'm not sure which version of neomutt introduced autocrypt. I'm on NeoMutt 20191111, apparently.
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ArchLinux has just switched from Python 3.7.4 to 3.8.0 – I bet this is gonna be lots of fun (especially with packages from AUR or PyPI).
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@mdosch (re: autocrypt) PS: Also worth reading: https://neomutt.org/guide/autocryptdoc.html
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@mdosch (re: autocrypt) Also worth noticing is that neomutt does not yet support tranferring the key to another device/app (e.g. Delta Chat), see https://autocrypt.org/dev-status.html
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@mdosch (re: autocrypt) Feel free to autocrypt-mail me (klaus {at} seistrup {dot} dk) if you set it up.
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@mdosch (re: autocrypt) Please note, however, that neomutt creates a new PGP key pair (ECC keys) for use with autocrypt; it doesn't use your normal PGP key. I rather like that approach.
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@mdosch (re: autocrypt) Not hard at all: I altered ArchLinux' PKGBUILD file to include --enable-autocrypt and --sqlite, then added ‘set autocrypt’ and ‘set autocrypt_dir="~/.mutt/autocrypt"’ in my rc file. Neomutt then ask...
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“Technology is anything invented after you were born.” ~Alan Kay
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@freemor (re: Autocrypt) Your ‘tweet’ (what do we call it again?) made me curious. I can see that the autocrypt specs have advanced tremendously since I last took a look at it (because of DeltaChat) an...
[2.4 months ago]
@freemor I started investgating WDK because protonmail.ch often attempted to fetch my key via /.well-known/openpgpkey/hu/$weird_string and I wanted to know what it is all about. I think WDK is a fine s...
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OpenPGP Web Key Directory (draft 08: 2019-05-13) ⌘ https://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-koch-openpgp-webkey-service-08
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Re: ActivityPub: Follow me at @kas@solarpunk.dk (only a test post so far)
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So I managed to get an instance of the https://epicyon.net/ ActivityPub server (written in Python 3 and doesn't require a database) up and running on one of my domains. Now I just need to find somebody I can follow. Are any of you guys using ActivityPu...
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Setting up WKD for self-hosted automatic PGP key discovery ⌘ https://gist.github.com/kafene/0a6e259996862d35845784e6e5dbfc79
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Getting a Pi0 in your pocket ⌘ https://pi0cket.com/
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GerdaOS: a custom ROM to liberate the heart of Kai ⌘ https://gerda.tech/
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retawq – textmode browser (www, ftp, nntp, finger) ⌘ http://retawq.sourceforge.net/
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@johanbove (re: gopher) Thanks! I am using stunnel to serve gopher over TLS and I used the instructions on https://github.com/gophernicus/gophernicus as inspiration (and tweaked them for stunnel5).
[2.5 months ago]
@freemor (re: blazeBlogger) Thanks for the link! It's quite an old project, huh?
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@freemor Perhaps I should take a look at blazeBlogger.
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@freemor (re: PFT) Sadly, the templates are all in “HTML 4.01 Transitional”, so it needs some updating.
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My experimental gopher server now supports TLS over port 7070: gophers://port70.dk:7070/1/ – now I just have to think of some content…
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PFT – static website generator written in Perl ⌘ https://dacav.roundhousecode.com/pages/pft.html
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@johanbove (re: bottle notes) it does. doesn't it. :)
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@freemor (re: DDG) Ah, the lite version! Yes, there it is. Actually I saw the ‘sl_*’ thing on the full DDG in w3m, but I didn't expect it to be an image file. Sneaky, indeed.
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@freemor (re: DDG) Can you give us a URL for a page that has such an image? I can't seem to find it here.
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@johanbove, I haven't had Windows installed since I tried out Windows for Workgroups (v3.11?) way back when (and decided it was a load of crap, compared to my Amiga), but thanks for letting me know about Gopher Browser.
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@lucidiot (re: infrared) impressive project!
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@lucidiot (re: infrared) How does it go?
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[Gopher client] UMN Gopher segfaults with an “address boundary error”. Bloody hell! :(
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[re: w3m sucks at gopher] w3m can actually fetch the index if given a double slash at the end (gopher://$host//), but doesn't know how to render the page. :|
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Are there any gopher clients left that are worthwhile testing (haven't tried the UMN gopher client yet)?
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@freemor yes, editability is a sweet twtxt feature.
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[Gopher client] w3m, when compiled with ‘--enable-gopher’, handles valid gopher:// URLs as badly as cgo. This sucks.
[2.6 months ago]
NetSurf doesn't complain over being given a gopher:// URL – and also says “Loading…” – but nothing ever happens. That doesn't really count as a gopher client, does it.
[2.6 months ago]
[Gopher client] ELinks has a neater display than Lynx, but also doesn't handle some UTF-8 well.
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[Gopher client] Dooble is a QT webbrowser that natively supports gopher:// URLs. It thinks everything is ISO-8859-1, though, so UTF-8 looks horrible, and I can't seem to find a place to force UTF-8.
[2.6 months ago]
[Gopher client] The dillo gopher plugin actually works very well and looks good. However, the git repo is available over Secure Scuttlebutt only, and it sucks that dillo is a graphical web browser.
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[Gopher client] Firefox extension OverbitNX seems to just hand over gopher:// requests to gopherus-sdl, which looks worse than awful (and doesn't handle UTF-8). Uninstalled.
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Should I have added stars (n out of 5) to the mini previews of some of the gopher clients I've tried? None of them exceeds 3/5, and the lack of a good client could be one of the reasons that we don't see a revival of the protocol.
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[Gopher client] Gopherus is a tad too MS-DOS'ish for me, and it handles UTF-8 even worse than does Lynx.
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[Gopher client] DDwarf (written in freebasic!) seems to work well, overall, but the colour scheme sucks big time. Haven't investigated if it's customisable.
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[Gopher client] CGo handles UTF-8 well, but it fails miserably if given perfectly well-formed and valid gopher:// URLs. Can't remember if it's a line cutter.
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[Gopher client] Gild handles UTF-8 well and doesn't mangle long'ish lines (as do Lynx and VF-1). Navigation sucks, though.
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[Gopher client] VF-1: Works well, even if it's a bit slow. Cuts off lines after the 67th character, but handles UTF-8 well.
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[Gopher client] Lynx: Fast, but cuts off lines after the 67th character and handles some UTF-8 (e.g.: “”) poorly.
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Hey guys, which is your preferred #gopher client?
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@freemor, w3m is sooo nice, but there's one thing it cannot do that lynx can: gopher ;)
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How long will it take to travel to Copenhagen with public transportation? ⌘ https://benna100.github.io/copenhagen-commute-times/
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The LDPL Programming Language ⌘ https://www.ldpl-lang.org/
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Showerthougts: You can't host a gopher hole on the error.host domain, can you?
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@jb55 which software do you use for phlogging?
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@adiabatic (re: hand-sized SE) I wish there was a LineageOS-installable android phone in that size. The current size trends are worrying.
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@lucidiot (re: nose) That was a nice experiment! :)
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@lucidiot, you're right, I mentioned the wrong person. Thanks for letting me know.
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BerryLAN – Get your headless Raspbian into your WiFi without using the console ⌘ http://www.berrylan.org/ #bookmark
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@freemor, gopher is lovely. What's the current status of gopher-over-tls?
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@johanbove “When looking for a meal, mosquitoes find humans using smell, not sight.” ⌘ https://www.mosquitosquad.com/greater-dc/about-us/blog/2016/august/the-surprising-link-between-your-feet-and-mosqui/ :)
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@adiabatic (re: splitting per decade) I agree, and perhaps splitting mine every year is overkill. I also consider having the last ~365 days in the current file and then having an ‘archive’ file with everything (in...
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@johanbove (re: splitting) I used ‘grep "^$YEAR"’ to create individual files, then added first and last reference lines manually, so nothing fancy.
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NO leap second will be introduced at the end of December 2019 ⌘ https://www.iers.org/SharedDocs/News/EN/BulletinC.html (UTC-TAI = -37 s)
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I've been slacking off: 2016: 91 KiBi, 2017: 78 KiBi, 2018: 47 KiBi. 2019, so far: 30 KiBi.
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Splitting by year made the size go from 242 KiBi to 30 KiBi.
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I have now, experimentally, split my twtxt file into smaller twtxt-yyyy.txt files (where yyyy is 2016..2019). The twtxt.txt file now holds current year only. Complaints to yours truly.
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A list of non-systemd Linux distributions ⌘ https://sysdfree.wordpress.com/2019/10/12/135/
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@johanbove, I agree, splitting needn't be done annually (if at all), but I believe I'm too lazy to do it more frequently. ;)
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Solar park microclimate and vegetation management effects on grassland carbon cycling ⌘ https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1748-9326/11/7/074016
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@adiabatic (re: size) So: Even when splitting the feed, the active file keeps the same address, so subscribers needn't change anything.
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@adiabatic (re: size) What I did with the ShowHN files was to start each file with a tweet that says “$datetime previous year's tweets found at $file” and ended each file with a similar tweet to tell people where...
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Anyone.
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(Re: size) I have been thinking about splitting my twtxt file annually, with lines at top and bottom referencing previous/following file. Any thoughts?
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@johanbove (re: followers) I'm glad you found it, that was the whole point behind putting twtxt addresses in the User-Agent string. :)
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@johanbove (re: size) My twtxt file is 241 KiBi. ShowHN (a bot, admittedly) has 3 twtxt files of more than 1 MiBi each.
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@von Ah, I thought it was a challenge (“I've hidden a twtxt file on my personal site, see if you can find it!”). :)
[3.0 months ago]
Summer time ends in the EU 🕒 #CEST → 🕑 #CET
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Redecentralize ⌘ https://redecentralize.org/
[3.0 months ago]
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@johanbove what a splendid idea to mention twtxt on IndieWeb! 👍
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@johanbove, welcome aboard! ⛵
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Writing is Thinking: Learning to Write with Confidence ⌘ https://blog.stephsmith.io/learning-to-write-with-confidence/
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Lisa Gerrard and The Mystery of Bulgarian Voices live in Sofia ⌘ https://youtu.be/mzxXO3qpw8o 🎵
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@von (re: NES) LOL!! :D
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Dark mode in a website with CSS ⌘ https://tombrow.com/dark-mode-website-css #bookmark
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BitCanna connects cannabis consumers and businesses ⌘ https://www.bitcanna.io/ #BCNA #cryptocurrency
[3.8 months ago]
Happiness is when your ISP factory resets your router and removes all port-forwardings. Without telling you.
[3.8 months ago]
This to That — because people have a need to glue things to other things ⌘ https://thistothat.com/
[3.9 months ago]
@mdosch For some reason I didn't know there was an XMPP newsletter. Now I do, and it looks interesting. Thanks!
[3.9 months ago]
HEAD — A free guide to HTML5 <head> elements ⌘ https://htmlhead.dev/
[3.9 months ago]
@mdosch (re: kasdk) I agree, looks good!
[3.9 months ago]
Kippers in the Jungle (Denmark's first): 19th anniversary ⌘ https://coord.info/gc6a #GC6A #geocaching | 9F7JQC3V+J2
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@mdosch (re: Jævndøgn link) Haha, that's hilarious!! :D
[4.1 months ago]
@mdosch Have you tried feeding it @evil? >;-}
[4.1 months ago]
@mdosch Sounds like something that could end up like a “An adversary could gain privileges by sending specially crafted packets …” case. ;)
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@mdosch (re: XMPP-fsck) Impressive? Do you happen to know how it's happening? Does it mistake the %-encoding for formatting directives (à la printf())?
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@svf Welcome aboard! ⛵
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@mdosch (re: it) The first ‘it’ referred to your posting client that expanded ‘(@)kasdk’ to ‘(@)<kas $kas_url>dk’ instead of ‘(@)<kasdk $kasdk_url>’, the second ‘it’ referred to ‘kas’.
[4.1 months ago]
RFC 8615: Well-Known Uniform Resource Identifiers (URIs) ⌘ https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc8615
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@mdosch There's another problem: it matches the ‘kas’ part of ‘(@)kas’ and ‘(@)kasdk’ as if it were the same account.
[4.1 months ago]
@mdosch Please let us know when you find out. :)
[4.1 months ago]
@mdosch, your tweet (with ‘Jævndøgn’) looks fine here. Does that mean it's a pure display problem at your end?
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@mdosch Did something or someone mangle the characters after you fetched the file?
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@mdosch It looks fine here. I'm not sure where the bangs come from in your example, but ’%C3%A6’ is ‘æ’ and ‘%C3%B8’ is ‘ø’, so the entire URL is https://da.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jævndøgn in UTF-8.
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@adiabatic I rarely, if ever, pass any options to cwebp. What happens if you just “cwebp background.jpg -o background.webp”?
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A single inhalation of [5-MeO-DMT] is related to sustained enhancement of satisfaction with life, and … ⌘ https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00213-019-05236-w
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Pure bash bible – a collection of pure bash alternatives to external processes ⌘ https://github.com/dylanaraps/pure-bash-bible
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@adiabatic I've been using WebP in lieu of PNG and JPEG for months now and I have rarely been disappointed. It's a pity that WebP isn't supported everywhere.
[4.3 months ago]
RFC 8315: Cancel-Locks in Netnews Articles ⌘ https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc8315 #Usenet #NNTP
[4.3 months ago]
@lucidiot (re: Usenet) Yes, I have noticed that many of the articles in dk.* are actually posted from Google Groups. I was kind of surprised.
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@freemor (re: INN) Yes, it's not unlike Postfix when counting the number of knobs and config files. And also like Postfix: When INN is set up and running, you don't really feel it or hear from it.
[4.3 months ago]
@freemor Setting up INN is definitely not intuitive. There are so many knobs to be able to turn. Initially, the easiest is to use somebody else's config files as an example. After that, it's just 3 fil...
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@freemor I am also hoping that NNTP will see a small renaissance the way gopher has. I love NNTP's way of distributing articles.
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@freemor I was active on Usenet from 1992 to 2012. Then a week ago I became nostalgic and set up INN (with slrn as news client) again, but dk.* is almost dead.
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@freemor I agree. I have recently set up INN and am peering dk.* with FU-Berlin and AIOE + some private peers from https://www.pnx.dk/ – it's definitely not like in the old days.
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@lahvak (re: clipboard) hear, hear!
[4.3 months ago]
Any twtxt'ers still using NNTP (‘Usenet’) out there?
[4.5 months ago]
@mdosch, @adiabatic: I have opened an issue for XMPP support.
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Tauthon – fork of #Python 2.7 with new syntax, builtins, and libraries backported from Python 3 ⌘ https://github.com/naftaliharris/tauthon
[4.7 months ago]
Buying an apartment in Denmark as a foreigner — all you need to know ⌘ https://medium.com/@marioscian/buying-an-apartment-in-denmark-as-a-foreigner-all-you-need-to-know-b66a9876a13
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Effects of short-term fasting on cancer treatment ⌘ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6530042/
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Backup #RPi disk: sudo ddrescue /dev/mmcblk0 mmcblk0.img mmcblk0.map
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RaspberryPi Troubleshooting ⌘ https://elinux.org/R-Pi_Troubleshooting #rpi
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@freemor, @gil: the timestamping is still wrong: the latest line is texted 1 hour in the future. Also, I assume that enclosing the entire text in double quotes is uninten...
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Welcome aboard, @gil! :) (I believe your datestamp is b0rked: there should be a ‘T’ between date and time: https://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc3339.txt)
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Psytrance Guide ⌘ Psytrance Guide #bookmark
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Welcome back, @leo!
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Takashi Kokubo (1992) 〜 Bali 〜 Play of the Gods ⌘ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JLGgP0tsb4I (full album)
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@mdosh (re: fortune) Jeez, it's called ‘fortune-hourly-bot’ – what an awful idea. Daily might be fine, if you're into that sort of thing, but hourly?
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@mdosch Fortunes?
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@mdom (re: termpub) No sweat. Thanks for fixing it so fast.
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EditorConfig ⌘ https://editorconfig.org/
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Elastic tabstops ⌘ http://nickgravgaard.com/elastic-tabstops/ # No TLS :(
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A guide to understanding Small Seasons ⌘ https://smallseasons.guide/
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Guide to microdosing psychedelics and cannabis ⌘ https://www.zamnesia.com/content/615-microdosing-information
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@deepend, @nonlinear: welcome to twtxt! :)
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Welcome aboard, @mushmouth!
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@quite, that's fine. :)