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# run this to follow @kas in the app
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Peer-to-Peer Web ⌘ https://peer-to-peer-web.com/ #P2P
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@leveck The first 3 scientific hits on “lignans middle-aged men” on Google seem to suggest that lignans reduce prostate and colon cancer, as well as cardiovascular diseases, for middle-aged men. Do you have any resources ...
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How to beat jet lag once and for all ⌘ https://www.forbes.com/sites/bishopjordan/2016/11/28/how-to-beat-jet-lag/ TL;DR: 16 hours of fast before touchdown
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@leveck, you don't like flax? Chia is another option. ;)
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I ♥ Free Software Day 2018 ⌘ https://ilovefs.org/ #ilovefs
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@leveck, I usually take equal amounts of frozen strawberries and blueberries and add banana, lemon/lime juice and stevia. For yoghurt I use buttermilk or soymilk. Finally I add ground flax seeds.
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@mdosch (re: Bornholm) No, it was directed to your “do anyone read me?” I will add you to “we are” a.s.a.p.
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@mdosch, reading you on #Bornholm. Can I add you to @we_are_twtxt?
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Jisho is a powerful Japanese-English dictionary. It lets you find words, kanji, example sentences and more quickly and easily. ⌘ https://jisho.org/
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@freemor (re: we are …) Wouldn't it make sense to keep the ‘checked’ date in the same format as the date part of a twtxt file? I.e., YYYY-MM-DD.
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@freemor (re: we are …) Ah, 404. Got it.
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@freemor (re: we are …) What does the ‘false’ in the third column mean?
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@freemor (re: Discoverability) Please note that your suggestion is ambiguous about the naming convention: It suggests both wearetwt.txt and wearetwtxt.txt.
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@freemor, @dave (re: Discoverability): I suggest the exact URL/filename be put in the header/metadata section of one's twtxt file.
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@mdom I went for a Kala Ebony Tenor, like this one: https://kalabrand.com/products/ka-eby-t Thanks for the uku-URL! :)
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@freemor (re: pubgit) Perhaps the Keybase FUSE filesystem doesn't emulate all the system calls that git uses and so cloning fails without the remote-helper (I wish it could be done without, though).
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When the Tao is lost, there is goodness. When goodness is lost, there is morality. When morality is lost, there is ritual. Ritual is the husk of true faith, the beginning of chaos.
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@freemor (re: pubgit) Push won't work, that's for sure. I'm not sure why cloning/pulling from a file:// URL shouldn't work. It's just files.
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@freemor (re: pubgit) I installed https://github.com/keybase/kbfs/tree/master/kbfsgit/git-remote-keybase and now it works (i.e., I could clone your repository).
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@freemor (re: pubgit) Hm…, should I install the git-remote-keybase remote-helper or just clone it as a file URL? I did the latter.
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@freemor (re: pubgit) I get a “warning: You appear to have cloned an empty repository.” when trying to clone the repo.
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@freemor (re: Keybase) Thanks, I'll take a look at your scripts.
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Damn, #KeybaseFS has changed its mount point from /keybase to ~/.local/share/keybase/fs 😒
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Choose an open source license ⌘ https://choosealicense.com/
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Raspberry PI Mobile Internet Router ⌘ https://quernd.github.io/tutorials/raspberry/index.html #off-grid
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Wikipedia Portal: Current events ⌘ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portal:Current_events
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@robbinaer (re: miniflux) I use [Feedbase](http://feedbase.org/) (run by a friend of mine) + Gnus as a newsreader to consume feeds.
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@robbinaer (re: miniflux) I wish it could use SQLite as database instead of requiring PostgreSQL…
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Sales pitch: #twtxt — where pressure cookers meet!
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RT @tx an interesting project found on #ssb http://secushare.org/
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@quite When making natto I used to cook soybeans for 7 (seven!) hours. With the InstantPot it takes 45 minutes (+ going up and coming down). Just press a button and the cooker takes care of everything.
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@quite I bought a 6 quart InstantPot electric pressure cooker ⌘ https://instantpot.com/portfolio-item/duo-6-quart/ Really speeds up the cooking process, and your house don't smell like beans after cooking a batch of beans.
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“What's for dinner?” ⌘ https://www.plantjammer.com/
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@mdom I also bought a tuner to clip on the headstock, but it turned out my tuning by ear was perfect. For some reason I find the tuning of the C string more difficult than the others, though. Go figure…
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The first 20 hours — how to learn anything | Josh Kaufman | TEDx ⌘ https://youtu.be/5MgBikgcWnY
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UkuTuner ⌘ https://ukutuner.com/
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Autocrypt — convenient end-to-end #encryptionhttps://autocrypt.org/
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Static site generators (by programming language) ⌘ https://github.com/pinceladasdaweb/Static-Site-Generators
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@tomasino (re: server logs) Some twtxt clients set the username in the User-Agent header, e.g.: “PytGet/0.1.0 (+https://enotty.dk/twtxt.txt; @kas)”
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@pkill9 (re: SDF weebserver logs) The population here is so small that you can just follow everyone on the @we_are_twtxt list.
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@mdom (re: ukulele) I've been wathcing some videos on uke sizes on YouTube — I think tenor is the size for me, too.
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@mdom (re: ukulele) €170 is ok. Now I know what price range to look for, thanks.
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@mdom I've been thinking of taking up ukulele, how much did you pay for your Kala?
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@pkill9 Welcome to twtxt. Can I add you to @we_are_twtxt?
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@enkiv2 Can I add you to @we_are_twtxt?
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@tomasino (re: toki pona) Yes, at @tokipona (perhaps your twtxt software removed the link): https://enotty.dk/tokipona.txt
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A little late (though still funny): “Christmas is here!” — A Bad Lip Reading of Donald Trump ⌘ https://youtu.be/nranUeNkXpM
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@tomasino You can get a word a day by following @tokipona.
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@robbinaer But gajim runs on Python2, not Python3, doesn't it?
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Berlin says “Fuck off, Google!” ⌘ https://fuckoffgoogle.de/
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@freemor “Kicked Your Monkey” — A Bad Lip Reading of Gotye's “Somebody That I Used To Know” ⌘ https://youtu.be/YcQfiYUXrtI
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@freemor (re: Used to know) Have you seen the original with Gotye? And have you seen Bad Lip Reading's version?
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‘The Star Wars That I Used To Know’ – Gotye ‘Somebody That I Used To Know’ Parody (2012) ⌘ https://youtu.be/qJlbPXZEpRE
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@tomasino, that's standard behaviour on all unices. You can have `MAILTO` in your crontab set to an account the forward to /dev/null, or you can use a wrapper like [cronic](https://habilis.net/cronic/) (there are oth...
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@sysdharma, thanks for the pull-request. And welcome aboard! :)
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@freemor, I just added you to my XMPP roster.
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A decentralised Universal Basic Income platform based on personal currencies ⌘ https://github.com/CirclesUBI/docs/blob/master/Circles.mdhttps://joincircles.net/ #UBI
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@leveck, I just added you to my XMPP roster.
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Pancake is a CLI/Emacs web/gopher/file browser ⌘ https://defanor.uberspace.net/projects/pancake/
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@leveck I may have misunderstood your intention. I thought you would s/gopher/http/ in links on twtxt.xyz. But what you want is to make gopher links clickable, right?
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@leveck Not all gopher sites have an http fallback.
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Welcome aboard, @tomasino – may I add you to @we_are_twtxt?
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@freemor I gave up on IPFS a long time ago, precisely because it's painfully slow.
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@freemor I have a #twtxt file available at ‘/keybase/public/kseistrup/twtxt.txt’. However, it's just a ChangeLog of the contents of my public Keybase directory.
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@freemor You're right, it's available from ‘/keybase/public/freemor/twtxt.txt’ :)
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@freemor Unfortunately, *.keybase.pub's webserver seems to be very unstable a.t.m.: more often than not I get a 404 on those URLs.
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/me waves to @freemor #heartbeat
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Email groups ⌘ https://groups.io/
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This is what cauliflower were put on this earth to do: gobi pakora ⌘ http://www.vegrecipesofindia.com/gobi-pakora-cauliflower-pakora/ #cooking
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This is what cauliflower were put on this earth to do: gobi pakora ⌘ http://www.vegrecipesofindia.com/gobi-pakora-cauliflower-pakora/ #cooking
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@freemor Exactly! What I don't understand is: every year experts say that we don't save any electricity and that DST is bad for body and mind. Yet the clowns that rule the EU insist that we switch...
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Daylight saving time ends in the EU ⌘ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Summer_Time_in_Europe
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/me is back in business (save for possible DNS propagation)
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/me is in the process of moving to Bornholm; feed may be down for up to a week. Please have patience.
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Stop trying to fix the user ⌘ http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/7676198/
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@quite, do you also remember how the yellow stuff that oozes from a ladybug when you squeeze her tastes? ;)
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@joel, What do you mean by “doesn't do mentions”?
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@quite It makes for the most delicious bread. Do you remember the taste of the soft part of a grass straw when we were kids? That's how newly milled grains taste like. I'm using a Fidibus Classic, btw ⌘ http://www.getreide...
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@tfurrows Yes, I look forward to start using my grain mill and baking bread again (am in the process of moving). :)
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No Knead Bread | Bread Recipe | The New York Times (2006) ⌘ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m08i8oXpFB0
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LibreMesh ⌘ http://libremesh.org/
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@tx, @freemor: Zeronet could also be used for #P2P distribution of #twtxt (but is a bit harder to script).
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@tx I like your writeup, btw. :)
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@tx You're right, it sucks that #DAT is implemented in nodejs. It could only be worse if it was java.
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Lonetwin's pimped-up pythonrc ⌘ https://github.com/lonetwin/pythonrc/ #python
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@tx, I'm not sure. I think I'd prefer DAT over IPFS. And with a hashbase account I even needn't keep DAT running 24×7.
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Feed extinguisher — get the real feed behind a FeedBurner URL ⌘ https://feedextinguisher.vltf.org/
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Kippers in the Jungle (Denmark's first): 17th anniversary ⌘ https://coord.info/gc6a #GC6A #geocaching
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Comparison of #NTP implementations ⌘ https://chrony.tuxfamily.org/comparison.html
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On the twenty-third day of the month of September, in an early year of a decade not too long before our own, the human race suddenly encountered a deadly threat to its very existence. And this terryfying enemy surfaced, as such enemies often do, in the...
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@leveck Do you want transparency i the terminal or not? I don't use transparency in lilyterm. Before lilyterm I used sakura. Can't remember what made me switch, though.
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@leveck I'm using an unpublished roll-your-own client (don't ya'll? 😉) — losely based on https://github.com/kseistrup/kbmsgr — in lilyterm in qtile wm on ArchLinux.
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@leveck (re: moon phase) Oh, I forgot the screenshot ⌘ https://enotty.dk/z/leveck-moon.png 😊
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@leveck (re: moon phase) It seems I use “Monospace Regular 12” in my terminal (unless that's a generic name, in which case I don't know).
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@leveck, welcome aboard! If people subscribe to @we_are_twtxt, they will see all changes to the directory. :)
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@nblade You've been added, no worries. And welcome to our little circle. :)
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@ckeen Reading you clearly. Can I add you to @we_are_twtxt?
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Out of nowhere: https://www.deepl.com/translator.html far better translator than Google. Begs the question: Can Google be overtaken in search too?
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@tdemin (re: scorecard) How about a ‘forward secrecy’ item under ‘security’?
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@tdemin (re: phone) I had neever heard about the BQ Aquaris X before. The specs look good!
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@tdemin (re: phone) Which one?
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Holographic storage for distributed applications — a validating monotonic DHT “backed” by authoritative hashchains for data provenance ⌘ https://github.com/metacurrency/holochain
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Holochains for distributed data integrity ⌘ http://ceptr.org/projects/holochain
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Introducing autocrypt: Encrypted e-mail for humans ⌘ https://autocrypt.readthedocs.io/
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@freemor (re: mail server) Yes, you're right — the problematic part is outbound SMTP.
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@tx (re: DeltaChat / self-hosted email) I agree.
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@david (re: lobste.rs) do you have any yourself?
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Anyone using DeltaChat here? https://delta.chat/en/
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@freemor (re: twtxt) I agree. However, it seems our population is dwindling.
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List of websites and whether or not they support #2FAhttps://twofactorauth.org/
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The Game of Trust ⌘ http://ncase.me/trust/
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@we_are_twtxt Our population is dwindling… :| #twtxt
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78rpm Records Digitized by George Blood, L.P. ⌘ https://archive.org/details/georgeblood
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RT @tx just a reminder that gopher is alive http://tedium.co/2017/06/22/modern-day-gopher-history/
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Community Imbalance Theory ⌘ https://medium.com/@mikeal/community-imbalance-theory-c5f8688ae352
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Cooking for engineers ⌘ http://www.cookingforengineers.com/
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Python 2.7 will retire in… ⌘ https://pythonclock.org/
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@benaiah are you still among the living? The certificate for benaiah.me expired on July 29.
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DTMF is an inexpensive way to get an anonymous phone number, temporarily or permanently ⌘ https://dtmf.io/
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Is SegWit activated yet? ⌘ http://www.segwit.co/
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Musikcube – terminal-based #music player ⌘ https://musikcube.com/
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unMonastery ⌘ http://unmonastery.org/
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@freemor (re: Scuttlebutt): If you do, start with the Patchwork client. And when you find it uses too many resources (mostly CPU and RAM), switch to a lighter client, e.g. Patchfoo.
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@tdemin (re: Scorecard) Well, there are truly decentralised options: Scuttlebutt requires no server at all. There are no mobile clients yet, though. :|
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@tdemin (re: Scorecard) So basically we should just go after xmpp+omemo or matrix, it seems. It's a pity that there aren't any truly decentralised solutions (like rumble or briar).
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@webi, please see https://github.com/mdom/we-are-twtxt/pull/6 – the certificate expired more than a week ago. Also sent as PM on Scuttlebutt.
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Very Import Log Message: “systemd[1]: Detected architecture x86-64”
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@tdemin (re: markdown) +1 /cc @reednj
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@reednj (re: markdown in twtxt) I sometimes use markdown to easily associate a text with a link, or to _style_ certain *words*. The client I use, a roll-your-own, does not currently – but may at some point in the future – support markdown.
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Darn, a power cut!
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@freemor Adam wrote the article about #radicale before Let's Encrypt was a reality, so I believe the certificate problem is no longer relevant. But thanks!
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Digital Life Collective ⌘ https://www.diglife.com/ #bookmark
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Syncronizing contacts and calendars with your own server, on Android ⌘ https://koldfront.dk/archive/2014/09/14-190318.html
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OpenTimestamps ⌘ https://opentimestamps.org/
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@tdemin I disagree with your conclusion. I want to know if the performance of the RPi3 inside the pi-top and running the pi-top's software, displaying it on the monitor of the pi-top, is okay. I want to know if the p...
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@tdemin Yes, I'm aware that there's an RPi3 inside. I am wondering about the performance when it has to rund a desktop with an IDE. (Also, I thought it was solar powered, which was what originally caught my attention...
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@reednj Yes, and the pi-top is now even that cheap. I could get a chromebook with better specs for less money and install e.g. GalliumOS on it.
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Anyone who has tried the [pi-top](https://pi-top.com/product/pi-top)? How does it perform? Is it worth the price? #solarpunk
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@tdemin (re: Mysterium) I haven't really looked into it, it was mostly just a bookmark. But I believe eventually #Mysterium node operators will be able to charge [an alt-currency, probably ETH] for relaying other peo...
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Mysterium network — decentralised VPN ⌘ https://mysterium.network/
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Arguing about how the world should burn — process vs. content ⌘ https://www.ribbonfarm.com/2017/05/16/arguing-about-how-the-world-should-burn/
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OpenSourceSeeds initiative ⌘ http://www.opensourceseeds.org/en
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QOTD: “If you want to write fast software, use a slow computer.” — @Dominic (SSB)
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Saodaj’ with Talune and Daguerre ⌘ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sy9SUyy_JdE#maloy
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@quite Saodaj' were new to me, too. My brother sent me a link last night. Love the music. They seem to be from Reunion. They have two tracks on Soundcloud.
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Saodaj’ – Pokor Lèr ⌘ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2hcY22f8cUY
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@tdemin Yes, I'm aware that XMPP cannot be converted from XML to JSON. But I wish ‘they’ had chosen something more lightweight than XML when they designed the protocol.
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@tx (re: go-ssb) The secret is called secret.json and cannot contain comments, only JSON.
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@tx (re: go-ssb) If you get bitten by $GOPATH, please let me know. ;)
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@tx https://github.com/andyleap/go-ssb (in the cmd/sbot directory). Be aware that webui + rpc listens on all IP addresses, I suggest you add ‘localhost’ in main.go and webui.go: https://github.com/andyleap/go-ssb/pull/4
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@tdemin I know, but Matrix is en entirely different animal. Using XML in XMPP is terribly bandwidth ineffecient. JSON or MessagePack, to name a few alternatives, would be much better these days.
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Activity Streams ⌘ http://activitystrea.ms/
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JSON Feed ⌘ https://jsonfeed.org/ (Please do the same to XMPP!)
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Find me on #Scuttlebutt: @dbqlwh9gtr3i5ymogtioktgnvepeu+nyb6KGl1vtOcM=.ed25519 (AKA kas)
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@tdemin For a truly decentralised (as in mesh or p2p) social network, try #Scuttlebutthttps://www.scuttlebutt.nz/ (Patchwork, a client written in NodeJS, is a filthy resource hog, but a client written in golang is...
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@tdemin Yeah, it's difficult to see how Mastodon excels over, say, GNUSocial or Diaspora*. Should I choose one of those three, it would be Diaspora* (even if it doesn't have a well-defined API).
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Welcome aboard, @tdemin! :)
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Snackis – secure, distributed social networking ⌘ https://github.com/andreas-gone-wild/snackis
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Stovetop and electric pressure cooker #cooking time chart ⌘ https://www.hippressurecooking.com/pressure-cooking-times/
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@quite: haha! :D
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Stella Donnelly: Boys will be boys ⌘ https://healthytapes.bandcamp.com/track/boys-will-be-boys
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What is human rewilding? ⌘ http://rewildu.com/what-is-rewilding/
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@dave (re: cooking shows) Yes! However, this kimchi recipe is pretty much what it takes to make kimchi ⌘ http://www.thekitchn.com/how-to-make-easy-kimchi-at-home-189390 Is does fail when it tries to show what two poun...
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@phil (re: #twtxt specs) Do you mean the comments? They're sort of a de facto standard. Or the length of some of my statuses? I have chosen to completely ignore the ‘up to 140 characters’ recommendation. So, ...
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The knowledge: How to rebuild our world from scratch ⌘ http://the-knowledge.org/
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@phil #twtxt format specification ⌘ https://twtxt.readthedocs.io/en/latest/user/twtxtfile.html#format-specification
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@quite (re: ArchLinux)YYes, what's happening? Usually it's because a central C++ library is being updated, but not these last two times.
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Shamir's Secret Sharing Scheme ⌘ http://point-at-infinity.org/ssss/
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@pete If everything else in your life fails, you can always claim: I wrote the #NumPop game. :)
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Oh, I think I meant @webi in my last post…
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@pete, @mdom: There's also https://testssl.sh/ — a shell script that runs locally and checks your TLS. Works for other protocols than HTTPS, too.
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And after a reboot #pacman segfaults. Let the fun begin! #ArchLinux
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Hm…, #ArchLinux wants to upgrade wankload of files from x.y.z-1 to x.y.z-2.
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NNCP (Node to Node copy): A collection of utilities simplifying secure store-and-forward files and mail exchanging ⌘ http://www.nncpgo.org/
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@freemor (re: Scuttlebutt) If you do, start by installing just Patchwork. It's such a resource hog (CPU, RAM, disk), but it will show you what to expect. If you like the game you, can switch to e....
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Hey guys, please meet @pete (a.k.a. Mr NumPop). Make sure you try his addictive little game at https://petedeas.co.uk/numpop.html (and don't let you fool by its apparent simplicity — there's more to the game than meet...
[10.2 months ago]
After having used #Scuttlebot for about a week, socalled distributed/federated networks like Diaspora* and Mastodon seem hopelessly centralised.
[10.3 months ago]
FYI: #Scuttlebutt is good for publishing a signed key ledger with the fingerprints of your pubkeys. As a side-channel.
[10.3 months ago]
@durcheinandr I can't remember what #opher client I used back then. The native gopher client? What makes Lynx drive you crazy? | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gopher_(protocol)#Client_software
[10.3 months ago]
[10.3 months ago]
JAMstack: Web development architecture based on client-side JavaScript, reusable APIs, and prebuilt Markup ⌘ https://jamstack.org/
[10.3 months ago]
Blackbox: Safely store secrets in Git/Mercurial/Subversion ⌘ https://github.com/StackExchange/blackbox
[10.4 months ago]
@mdom Urgh, yes, I didn't see the price tag before posting. That's definitely out of question. The final price would be appr. twice as much with VAT and import tax if I were to buy it. Darn.
[10.4 months ago]
[10.4 months ago]
Has anyone tried a Twiddler mobile keyboard? Does it work well? http://twiddler.tekgear.com/
[10.4 months ago]
@nristen (re: We Are Twtxt) Done! :)
[10.4 months ago]
@webi (re: buku / politeness) Yeah, I opened a ticket but it was closed immediately without discussion because the author didn't see what I saw.
[10.4 months ago]
Formula pot ⌘ http://formulapot.com/
[10.4 months ago]
@mdom (re: The Interpreter) Long, but worthwhile read. I think I've read it before, but re-reading it was good. Amazing stuff!
[10.4 months ago]
@mdom I guess that's the cost of wanting to verify streams.
[10.4 months ago]
@mdom … I'd rather see a metadata link to the signature. The signature itself could be a GPG signed file with e.g. the SHA512 has of the twtxt file.
[10.4 months ago]
@mdom The metadata looks fine. I'm still opposed to the signature, though. If poeple start using non-timestamped, non-commented lines for other purposes, we will slowly but surely move away from KISS …
[10.5 months ago]
@nristen Can I add you to [We Are Twtxt](https://github.com/mdom/we-are-twtxt)?
[10.5 months ago]
@mdom Test post_receive_tweet_hook ;)
[10.5 months ago]