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# run this to follow @mdom in the app
[1.2 years ago]
I could possible check your version of fzf and start the ui wthout reload. But that seems a lot of work for an experimental subcommand where i'm stil not sure if i like it... :)
[1.2 years ago]
@tolstoevsky You're version of fzf is too old then. Reload was added in https://github.com/junegunn/fzf/issues/1750
[1.2 years ago]
I could possible check your version of fzf and start the ui wthout reload. But that seems a lot of work for an experimental subcommand where i'm stil not sure if i like it... :)
[1.2 years ago]
@tolstoevsky You're version of fzf is too old then. Reload was added in https://github.com/junegunn/fzf/issues/1750
[1.2 years ago]
@prologic You can import twtxts config via txtnish quickstart. I hope that still works... ?!
[1.2 years ago]
@prologic You can import twtxts config via txtnish quickstart. I hope that still works... ?!
[1.2 years ago]
txtnish has an experimantal userinterface based on fzf since yesterday. What do you think? A reply feature is still missing, but that shouldn't be that hard.
[1.2 years ago]
txtnish has an experimantal userinterface based on fzf since yesterday. What do you think? A reply feature is still missing, but that shouldn't be that hard.
[1.2 years ago]
Except Mansion of Madness - I love the theme, but i just can't stand companion apps.
[1.2 years ago]
Great, I just listended so solosaurus #59 and now i want to buy all the board games listed
[1.2 years ago]
Except Mansion of Madness - I love the theme, but i just can't stand companion apps.
[1.2 years ago]
Great, I just listended so solosaurus #59 and now i want to buy all the board games listed
[1.6 years ago]
@lucidiot, thanks for the bug report. Does anybody have an idea for https://github.com/mdom/txtnish/issues/12?
[1.6 years ago]
@lucidiot, thanks for the bug report. Does anybody have an idea for https://github.com/mdom/txtnish/issues/12?
[2.0 years ago]
I just pushed a fix for https://github.com/mdom/txtnish/issues/11. It seems to work but i have currently no test suite for txtnish, so please don't hesitate to inform me if anything weird happens with mentions.
[2.0 years ago]
I just pushed a fix for https://github.com/mdom/txtnish/issues/11. It seems to work but i have currently no test suite for txtnish, so please don't hesitate to inform me if anything weird happens with mentions.
[2.0 years ago]
Basically it just compiles all chapters in the right order to html, rewrites the internal links and call lynx on the result
[2.0 years ago]
The script is self contained and should run on any system with lynx and perl
[2.0 years ago]
I just released my new take on an epub reader https://github.com/mdom/morepub/releases/download/0.9/morepub
[2.0 years ago]
Basically it just compiles all chapters in the right order to html, rewrites the internal links and call lynx on the result
[2.0 years ago]
The script is self contained and should run on any system with lynx and perl
[2.0 years ago]
I just released my new take on an epub reader https://github.com/mdom/morepub/releases/download/0.9/morepub
[2.0 years ago]
@mdosch Can you maybe summarize the problem our maybe even raise an issue for txtnish?
[2.0 years ago]
@mdosch Can you maybe summarize the problem our maybe even raise an issue for txtnish?
[2.0 years ago]
Hi @svf!
[2.0 years ago]
Hi @svf!
[2.2 years ago]
@kas Sorry, i haven't tested the build-script, should be fixed now #termpub
[2.2 years ago]
Good morning, twtxt world!
[2.2 years ago]
@kas Sorry, i haven't tested the build-script, should be fixed now #termpub
[2.2 years ago]
Good morning, twtxt world!
[2.4 years ago]
@kas Nope, i can't reach the server either
[2.4 years ago]
Hi @mr_woggle! How did you find us? :)
[2.4 years ago]
@kas Nope, i can't reach the server either
[2.4 years ago]
Hi @mr_woggle! How did you find us? :)
[2.4 years ago]
Hi @jb55!
[2.4 years ago]
Hi @jb55!
[2.5 years ago]
@kas re:hyphenation That article motivated me to add hyphenation to termpub. Though i'm using the greedy algorithm currently.
[2.5 years ago]
@kas re:hyphenation That article motivated me to add hyphenation to termpub. Though i'm using the greedy algorithm currently.
[2.6 years ago]
@kas Woah, you're right! My anniversary is on wednesday.
[2.6 years ago]
@kas Woah, you're right! My anniversary is on wednesday.
[2.6 years ago]
@adiabetic You can't argue with math. My math told me to eat a Balisto.
[2.6 years ago]
@adiabetic You can't argue with math. My math told me to eat a Balisto.
[2.6 years ago]
termpub features now start chapter detection, saved reading positions, following of internal and external links and a twice as fast renderer.
[2.6 years ago]
termpub features now start chapter detection, saved reading positions, following of internal and external links and a twice as fast renderer.
[2.6 years ago]
@robbinaer Yeah, cpanm also needs libncurses-dev to compile Curses.pm. I'll add that to the install instructions.
[2.6 years ago]
@robbinaer Yeah, cpanm also needs libncurses-dev to compile Curses.pm. I'll add that to the install instructions.
[2.6 years ago]
Is it okay to powernap at 08:00 in the morning? *yawn*
[2.6 years ago]
Is it okay to powernap at 08:00 in the morning? *yawn*
[2.6 years ago]
@robbinaer I still have so much work to do in the renderer ... but the next big goal is to jump to a chapter via the toc.
[2.6 years ago]
@robbinaer Did you first try to install Curses from cpan? Maybe i can clarify the install instructions?
[2.6 years ago]
@robbinaer I still have so much work to do in the renderer ... but the next big goal is to jump to a chapter via the toc.
[2.6 years ago]
@robbinaer Did you first try to install Curses from cpan? Maybe i can clarify the install instructions?
[2.7 years ago]
Welcome to the twtxtverse @bt_tenk!
[2.7 years ago]
Welcome to the twtxtverse @bt_tenk!
[2.7 years ago]
Don't expect too much, it's rather basic, but already enough to read at least non technical books.
[2.7 years ago]
If anybody want to take a look on my new project: https://github.com/mdom/termpub - A epub reader for the terminal
[2.7 years ago]
Don't expect too much, it's rather basic, but already enough to read at least non technical books.
[2.7 years ago]
If anybody want to take a look on my new project: https://github.com/mdom/termpub - A epub reader for the terminal
[2.7 years ago]
Some seasonal music to get you all in the spirit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_hvgZmAygX4
[2.7 years ago]
youtube-dl --extract-audio --audio-format mp3 is a life safer to get audio from youtube.
[2.7 years ago]
Some seasonal music to get you all in the spirit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_hvgZmAygX4
[2.7 years ago]
youtube-dl --extract-audio --audio-format mp3 is a life safer to get audio from youtube.
[3.0 years ago]
Do you have ideas for a new spec? Maybe we can collect them on irc? join freenode/twtxt
[3.0 years ago]
And we still could use range requests to just get updates, *if* everybody uses sorted twtfiles.
[3.0 years ago]
I mean, you _could_ update with cron and then read the timeline with -U, does anybody do that?
[3.0 years ago]
If your subscribed to 1000 users, you have other problems. None of our clients would handle that gracefully.
[3.0 years ago]
Do you have ideas for a new spec? Maybe we can collect them on irc? join freenode/twtxt
[3.0 years ago]
And we still could use range requests to just get updates, *if* everybody uses sorted twtfiles.
[3.0 years ago]
I mean, you _could_ update with cron and then read the timeline with -U, does anybody do that?
[3.0 years ago]
If your subscribed to 1000 users, you have other problems. None of our clients would handle that gracefully.
[3.0 years ago]
And to be honest, http 1.1 is (mostly) fine, it's the stuff that is usually transmitted with it that worries me :)
[3.0 years ago]
@<sdk gopher://codevoid.de/0/tw.txt> Although i'm a gopher fanboy, I wouldn't use it for twtxt. It's really a optimal fit.
[3.0 years ago]
@<sdk gopher://codevoid.de/0/tw.txt> You don't even need the HEAD, you can just GET the twtfile with a If-Modified-Since header.
[3.0 years ago]
And to be honest, http 1.1 is (mostly) fine, it's the stuff that is usually transmitted with it that worries me :)
[3.0 years ago]
@<sdk gopher://codevoid.de/0/tw.txt> Although i'm a gopher fanboy, I wouldn't use it for twtxt. It's really a optimal fit.
[3.0 years ago]
@<sdk gopher://codevoid.de/0/tw.txt> You don't even need the HEAD, you can just GET the twtfile with a If-Modified-Since header.
[3.0 years ago]
[3.0 years ago]
@nblade If everybody is happy with the format, sure! Writing a new spec is on my todo list for a long time. Maybe that's a good reason to do it.
[3.0 years ago]
@nblade The newest txtnish can show the users other users are following: txtnish following mdom (if mdom is my nick on your system)
[3.0 years ago]
@<sdk gopher://codevoid.de/0/tw.txt> Great! Though i don't see any metadata on your feed?
[3.0 years ago]
[3.0 years ago]
@nblade If everybody is happy with the format, sure! Writing a new spec is on my todo list for a long time. Maybe that's a good reason to do it.
[3.0 years ago]
@nblade The newest txtnish can show the users other users are following: txtnish following mdom (if mdom is my nick on your system)
[3.0 years ago]
@<sdk gopher://codevoid.de/0/tw.txt> Great! Though i don't see any metadata on your feed?
[3.0 years ago]
New feature for txtnish: After setting add_metadata to 1, txtnish will, uhm, add metadata to your twtfile. Currently i only add followings, client and your gpg fingerprint. See my file for an example.
[3.0 years ago]
New feature for txtnish: After setting add_metadata to 1, txtnish will, uhm, add metadata to your twtfile. Currently i only add followings, client and your gpg fingerprint. See my file for an example.
[3.1 years ago]
@enkiv2 Minifesto uses more code than i would expect :/
[3.1 years ago]
@enkiv2 Minifesto uses more code than i would expect :/
[3.1 years ago]
fmt removed my escape sequences on openbsd. txtnish now defaults to fold -s, which makes even more sense as it is specified by posix.
[3.1 years ago]
fmt removed my escape sequences on openbsd. txtnish now defaults to fold -s, which makes even more sense as it is specified by posix.
[3.1 years ago]
@metamurks Thanks! Programming gopher://taz.de was the most fun i had in ages. And it was for *work*! Kind of. :)
[3.1 years ago]
@metamurks If you use imap s-nail is way ahead of mail, but for local mail, uhm, mail is just fine.
[3.1 years ago]
@metamurls I love "map ,pt ma:1,$!perltidy^M'az." to tidy up my code and jump back to my old line
[3.1 years ago]
Fun fact: OpenBSDs vi does not support utf8. That's probably the first time I haven't just used the default system vi.
[3.1 years ago]
But i have to finish "Sea of Rust" first.
[3.1 years ago]
@kas Thanks for #hugo awards. All books for best novel were really good this year, but I somehow missed Six Wakes ... sound great!
[3.1 years ago]
@metamurks Thanks! Programming gopher://taz.de was the most fun i had in ages. And it was for *work*! Kind of. :)
[3.1 years ago]
@metamurks If you use imap s-nail is way ahead of mail, but for local mail, uhm, mail is just fine.
[3.1 years ago]
@metamurls I love "map ,pt ma:1,$!perltidy^M'az." to tidy up my code and jump back to my old line
[3.1 years ago]
Fun fact: OpenBSDs vi does not support utf8. That's probably the first time I haven't just used the default system vi.
[3.1 years ago]
But i have to finish "Sea of Rust" first.
[3.1 years ago]
@kas Thanks for #hugo awards. All books for best novel were really good this year, but I somehow missed Six Wakes ... sound great!
[3.1 years ago]
Hi @KatolaZ! Welcome to twtxt!
[3.1 years ago]
Hi @KatolaZ! Welcome to twtxt!
[3.1 years ago]
@kas Have you done something with nncp? I like the idea, but somehow i don't find a use case for it... :)
[3.1 years ago]
@kas Have you done something with nncp? I like the idea, but somehow i don't find a use case for it... :)
[3.1 years ago]
Damn, colors are not working on openbsd! #txtnish
[3.1 years ago]
dategrep has seen a workload of changes, I would be very happy about any feedback or bugs! :) https://github.com/mdom/dategrep
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Damn, colors are not working on openbsd! #txtnish
[3.1 years ago]
dategrep has seen a workload of changes, I would be very happy about any feedback or bugs! :) https://github.com/mdom/dategrep
[3.3 years ago]
@skingrapher Anything i could make easier for new users?
[3.3 years ago]
@skingrapher Anything i could make easier for new users?
[3.4 years ago]
@kas Thanks for the communication link!
[3.4 years ago]
@kas Thanks for the communication link!
[3.5 years ago]
Hi @leo!
[3.5 years ago]
Hi @leo!
[3.5 years ago]
I have a new project! Podite >https://github.com/mdom/podite>, a cli podcatcher for users who want to choose which podcast to download :)
[3.5 years ago]
I have a new project! Podite >https://github.com/mdom/podite>, a cli podcatcher for users who want to choose which podcast to download :)
[3.6 years ago]
@nblade I'd love to do pair programming again, but sure, it depends heavily on your partner
[3.6 years ago]
@nblade I'd love to do pair programming again, but sure, it depends heavily on your partner
[3.6 years ago]
Just ordered a Hohner Special 20 Classic, can't wait until friday!
[3.6 years ago]
I always stayed ten feet away from our pressure cooker, i was always too frightened to use it... :)
[3.6 years ago]
@kas So, which ukulele did you buy? If you need a tutorial, i really enjoy <http://www.ukulele-arts.com/lernen/solo-crashkurs/>.
[3.6 years ago]
Just ordered a Hohner Special 20 Classic, can't wait until friday!
[3.6 years ago]
I always stayed ten feet away from our pressure cooker, i was always too frightened to use it... :)
[3.6 years ago]
@kas So, which ukulele did you buy? If you need a tutorial, i really enjoy <http://www.ukulele-arts.com/lernen/solo-crashkurs/>.
[3.6 years ago]
Maybe without a new command? txtnish follow mdom http://new'>http://new_url.com would just work and add a alias? And unfollow http://new'>http://new_url.com would remove it?
[3.6 years ago]
What do you think about adding aliases to txtnish' follow file? So mentions could be collapsed for different urls of the same twtxt file?
[3.6 years ago]
Maybe without a new command? txtnish follow mdom http://new'>http://new_url.com would just work and add a alias? And unfollow http://new'>http://new_url.com would remove it?
[3.6 years ago]
What do you think about adding aliases to txtnish' follow file? So mentions could be collapsed for different urls of the same twtxt file?
[3.6 years ago]
@tx After choosing the last turn in gopher://tx.god.jp/1/numpop/, the script never returns?
[3.6 years ago]
@tx After choosing the last turn in gopher://tx.god.jp/1/numpop/, the script never returns?
[3.7 years ago]
Wrote a tiny script to renumber files after ordering them in an editor https://github.com/mdom/scripts/blob/master/bin/numprefix
[3.7 years ago]
Wrote a tiny script to renumber files after ordering them in an editor https://github.com/mdom/scripts/blob/master/bin/numprefix
[3.7 years ago]
Can be please find a better abbreviation for teaspoon and tablespoon than tsp and tbsp? Just threw away pudding bc I missed a char.
[3.7 years ago]
Can be please find a better abbreviation for teaspoon and tablespoon than tsp and tbsp? Just threw away pudding bc I missed a char.
[3.7 years ago]
@kas I'm so bad at tuning by ear. I have a tuner that just shows me if i hit the tight tone... :)
[3.7 years ago]
@kas I'm so bad at tuning by ear. I have a tuner that just shows me if i hit the tight tone... :)
[3.7 years ago]
@freemor You wouldn't even need to add the recipient in the tweet, clients could just try to decrypt anything.
[3.7 years ago]
@freemor I think we already discussed encrypted tweets some time ago, but no encryption seemed short enough. GPG ist just too big. Any ideas?
[3.7 years ago]
@freemor You wouldn't even need to add the recipient in the tweet, clients could just try to decrypt anything.
[3.7 years ago]
@freemor I think we already discussed encrypted tweets some time ago, but no encryption seemed short enough. GPG ist just too big. Any ideas?
[3.7 years ago]
Just pushed 40kg of IKEA furniture with our Bakfiets 8km home. Thank you, Amsterdamn!
[3.7 years ago]
Just pushed 40kg of IKEA furniture with our Bakfiets 8km home. Thank you, Amsterdamn!
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Small feature for txtnish: You can now unfollow multiple accounts in one call, so i'm ready for the next stream of 404.
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Small feature for txtnish: You can now unfollow multiple accounts in one call, so i'm ready for the next stream of 404.
[3.7 years ago]
Though what do i know, i'm also still a beginner... :)
[3.7 years ago]
@kas Not sure about the size though. The most known is sopran but i started with concert and still thought it was too small. #ukelele
[3.7 years ago]
@kas I paid 170 Euros with bag, but if you're a beginner i would buy a something for between 50 and 100 Euros. Just don't by the cheap ones
[3.7 years ago]
Welcome to twtxt @pkill9!
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Though what do i know, i'm also still a beginner... :)
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@kas Not sure about the size though. The most known is sopran but i started with concert and still thought it was too small. #ukelele
[3.7 years ago]
@kas I paid 170 Euros with bag, but if you're a beginner i would buy a something for between 50 and 100 Euros. Just don't by the cheap ones
[3.7 years ago]
Welcome to twtxt @pkill9!
[3.7 years ago]
@tomasino Best wishes!
[3.7 years ago]
Just bought me a Kala Walnut Tenor Ukulele as late christmas present, i'm thrilled how nice it sounds!
[3.7 years ago]
Night flight with two children who won't sleep is a nightmare!!!
[3.7 years ago]
It's really amazing that although we loose users, there's always also new users trickling in. Welcome!
[3.7 years ago]
I've been really quite the last months ... we went on 6 weeks parental leave to south africa and just returned.
[3.7 years ago]
@tomasino Best wishes!
[3.7 years ago]
Just bought me a Kala Walnut Tenor Ukulele as late christmas present, i'm thrilled how nice it sounds!
[3.7 years ago]
Night flight with two children who won't sleep is a nightmare!!!
[3.7 years ago]
It's really amazing that although we loose users, there's always also new users trickling in. Welcome!
[3.7 years ago]
I've been really quite the last months ... we went on 6 weeks parental leave to south africa and just returned.
[3.9 years ago]
gopher://taz.de is now a thing.
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gopher://taz.de is now a thing.
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gopher://taz.de is now a thing.
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@robbinaer That's how i found you ... :)
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@robbinaer That's how i found you ... :)
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Hi @c0by and @robbinaer, welcome to twtxt!
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Hi @c0by and @robbinaer, welcome to twtxt!
[4.0 years ago]
@leveck Why not just use a menu and link your posts, friends and comments? I like the idea to use fts for comments!
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@leveck Why not just use a menu and link your posts, friends and comments? I like the idea to use fts for comments!
[4.0 years ago]
@nblade I take a look, it should work with every posix compliant awk, so at least oawk, nawk and gawk should run. What's the error message? Feel free to add an issue.
[4.0 years ago]
@kas I like the personal touch that we are greeting new users! Hi, @leveck
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@nblade I take a look, it should work with every posix compliant awk, so at least oawk, nawk and gawk should run. What's the error message? Feel free to add an issue.
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@kas I like the personal touch that we are greeting new users! Hi, @leveck
[4.0 years ago]
@nblade What client are you using? Your mentions are somehow broken?
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@nblade Hi, welcome to the party!
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@nblade What client are you using? Your mentions are somehow broken?
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@nblade Hi, welcome to the party!
[4.0 years ago]
@tfurrows It's not a hard limit, most alternative clients do not care about the amount of characters you're posting. As long as you don't write a novel and it still fits on a line... :)
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@tfurrows It's not a hard limit, most alternative clients do not care about the amount of characters you're posting. As long as you don't write a novel and it still fits on a line... :)
[4.0 years ago]
SDF? Syrian Democratic Forces? Free shell accounts? Louisville International Airport?
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SDF? Syrian Democratic Forces? Free shell accounts? Louisville International Airport?
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@ckeen There's also https://teachyourselfcs.com/, which has some greet ressources besides OSTEP.
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@freemor I once had a fun day hunting down the phone number for a scraper. Really nice guy, just some script running havoc.
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@ckeen There's also https://teachyourselfcs.com/, which has some greet ressources besides OSTEP.
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@freemor I once had a fun day hunting down the phone number for a scraper. Really nice guy, just some script running havoc.
[4.0 years ago]
On The Turing Completeness of PowerPoint (SIGBOVIK) - YouTube ⌘ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uNjxe8ShM-8
[4.0 years ago]
If anybody is looking for a new hosting provider, I really like https://uberspace.de.
[4.0 years ago]
On The Turing Completeness of PowerPoint (SIGBOVIK) - YouTube ⌘ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uNjxe8ShM-8
[4.0 years ago]
If anybody is looking for a new hosting provider, I really like https://uberspace.de.
[4.1 years ago]
@tdenim Sure, just send those patches, i'm happy to merge them!
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@tdenim Sure, just send those patches, i'm happy to merge them!
[4.3 years ago]
@freemor https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=14480868 But don't expect a civil discussion about that topic... :)
[4.3 years ago]
@tdemin Does https://laverna.cc/ fit the bill? I haven't played with it yet though.
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@freemor https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=14480868 But don't expect a civil discussion about that topic... :)
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@tdemin Does https://laverna.cc/ fit the bill? I haven't played with it yet though.
[4.3 years ago]
But still no real internet though, still working on a cheap LTE connection with a 5GB data cap.
[4.3 years ago]
So, what a month, a new home and a new daughter! And slightly less important, txtnish was featured on The Changelogs weekly newsletter.
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But still no real internet though, still working on a cheap LTE connection with a 5GB data cap.
[4.3 years ago]
So, what a month, a new home and a new daughter! And slightly less important, txtnish was featured on The Changelogs weekly newsletter.
[4.3 years ago]
Hi, @tdenim! Happy twting!
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Hi, @tdenim! Happy twting!
[4.4 years ago]
@phil We all just decided to ignore that... :)
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@phil We all just decided to ignore that... :)
[4.4 years ago]
@trqx write a fun numpop clone <https://tx.god.jp/code/cnumpop/files.html>. I got 590 points with the seed 1493407649, can anyone beat that? :)
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@trqx write a fun numpop clone <https://tx.god.jp/code/cnumpop/files.html>. I got 590 points with the seed 1493407649, can anyone beat that? :)
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Hi @pete!
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Hi @pete!
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Don't believe anything @8ball replies about a robot uprising. It has its own agenda.
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Don't believe anything @8ball replies about a robot uprising. It has its own agenda.
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For 18 years, I thought she was stealing my identity. Until I found her | US news | The Guardian ⌘ https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2017/apr/03/identity-theft-racial-justice
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For 18 years, I thought she was stealing my identity. Until I found her | US news | The Guardian ⌘ https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2017/apr/03/identity-theft-racial-justice
[4.4 years ago]
A group of whales is called a 'pod', a group of crows is called a 'murder', and a group of developers is called a 'merge conflict'...
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A group of whales is called a 'pod', a group of crows is called a 'murder', and a group of developers is called a 'merge conflict'...
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@kas That's a heavy price tag. Otherwise it would be an instant buy just to test it, but i guess that's why you ask... :)
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@kas That's a heavy price tag. Otherwise it would be an instant buy just to test it, but i guess that's why you ask... :)
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http://twtxt.xyz/u/reednj.txt' href='/user/at/726eae45510ce2eac?n=reednj'>@reednj I think we are all using an client to read our timeline, but i somtimes use http://twtxt.xyz/ to read on the go.
[4.4 years ago]
http://twtxt.xyz/u/reednj.txt' href='/user/at/726eae45510ce2eac?n=reednj'>@reednj I think we are all using an client to read our timeline, but i somtimes use http://twtxt.xyz/ to read on the go.
[4.4 years ago]
One Woman's Journey Back to Language, After an Aneurysm Silenced Her Inner Monologue ⌘ http://nautil.us/issue/47/consciousness/what-my-stroke-taught-me
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@reednj It would be cool if there would be a way to flag bots and just see tweets of normal users? The real(tm) content seems to get drowned in a sea of bots.
[4.4 years ago]
@webi Unbelievable!
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@kas Thanks for formulapot, i definitely try an after shave as sonn as my stash is used up.
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One Woman's Journey Back to Language, After an Aneurysm Silenced Her Inner Monologue ⌘ http://nautil.us/issue/47/consciousness/what-my-stroke-taught-me
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@reednj It would be cool if there would be a way to flag bots and just see tweets of normal users? The real(tm) content seems to get drowned in a sea of bots.
[4.4 years ago]
@webi Unbelievable!
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@kas Thanks for formulapot, i definitely try an after shave as sonn as my stash is used up.
[4.4 years ago]
The perfect partner for whoami https://github.com/kootenpv/whereami
[4.4 years ago]
And i liked @dave's version so much, i copied his banner. Maybe i should create a empty twtfile with the banner in #txtnish quickstart :)
[4.4 years ago]
The perfect partner for whoami https://github.com/kootenpv/whereami
[4.4 years ago]
And i liked @dave's version so much, i copied his banner. Maybe i should create a empty twtfile with the banner in #txtnish quickstart :)
[4.4 years ago]
#txtnish supports exporting your timeline to html with --theme html since last night. See https://domgoergen.com/twtxt/timeline.html for an example.
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#txtnish supports exporting your timeline to html with --theme html since last night. See https://domgoergen.com/twtxt/timeline.html for an example.
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<script>alert()</script>
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I'd imagine clients wouldn't implement gpg verification because it's too much hassle. Most clients probably won't even implement this... :/
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@kas But with a detached sig i have to download two files for every feed and wait for parsing the twtfiles and downloading the sigs before i can display anything.
[4.4 years ago]
@reednj I think this would be the first time two clients implement the same #metadata format.
[4.4 years ago]
@reednj Ah, yeah, good catch, @8ball checks the full mention format.
[4.4 years ago]
@reednj Yeah, to make twtxt ready for a mesh network. But i just played with the idea, it's no call for implementation... :)
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@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.
[4.4 years ago]
I'd imagine clients wouldn't implement gpg verification because it's too much hassle. Most clients probably won't even implement this... :/
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@kas But with a detached sig i have to download two files for every feed and wait for parsing the twtfiles and downloading the sigs before i can display anything.