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# run this to follow @mdom in the app
[3.2 months ago]
Do you have ideas for a new spec? Maybe we can collect them on irc? join freenode/twtxt
[3.2 months ago]
And we still could use range requests to just get updates, *if* everybody uses sorted twtfiles.
[3.2 months ago]
I mean, you _could_ update with cron and then read the timeline with -U, does anybody do that?
[3.2 months ago]
If your subscribed to 1000 users, you have other problems. None of our clients would handle that gracefully.
[3.2 months ago]
And to be honest, http 1.1 is (mostly) fine, it's the stuff that is usually transmitted with it that worries me :)
[3.2 months 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.
[3.2 months 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.
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@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.
[3.2 months ago]
@nblade The newest txtnish can show the users other users are following: txtnish following mdom (if mdom is my nick on your system)
[3.2 months ago]
@<sdk gopher://codevoid.de/0/tw.txt> Great! Though i don't see any metadata on your feed?
[3.2 months 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.
[3.7 months ago]
@enkiv2 Minifesto uses more code than i would expect :/
[3.8 months 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.
[3.8 months ago]
@metamurks Thanks! Programming gopher://taz.de was the most fun i had in ages. And it was for *work*! Kind of. :)
[3.8 months ago]
@metamurks If you use imap s-nail is way ahead of mail, but for local mail, uhm, mail is just fine.
[3.8 months ago]
@metamurls I love "map ,pt ma:1,$!perltidy^M'az." to tidy up my code and jump back to my old line
[3.8 months ago]
Fun fact: OpenBSDs vi does not support utf8. That's probably the first time I haven't just used the default system vi.
[3.8 months ago]
But i have to finish "Sea of Rust" first.
[3.8 months ago]
@kas Thanks for #hugo awards. All books for best novel were really good this year, but I somehow missed Six Wakes ... sound great!
[4.3 months ago]
Hi @KatolaZ! Welcome to twtxt!
[4.4 months ago]
@kas Have you done something with nncp? I like the idea, but somehow i don't find a use case for it... :)
[4.4 months ago]
Damn, colors are not working on openbsd! #txtnish
[4.4 months ago]
dategrep has seen a workload of changes, I would be very happy about any feedback or bugs! :) https://github.com/mdom/dategrep
[7.2 months ago]
@skingrapher Anything i could make easier for new users?
[8.2 months ago]
@kas Thanks for the communication link!
[8.6 months ago]
Hi @leo!
[9.3 months 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 :)
[10.6 months ago]
@nblade I'd love to do pair programming again, but sure, it depends heavily on your partner
[10.6 months ago]
Just ordered a Hohner Special 20 Classic, can't wait until friday!
[10.6 months ago]
I always stayed ten feet away from our pressure cooker, i was always too frightened to use it... :)
[10.6 months ago]
@kas So, which ukulele did you buy? If you need a tutorial, i really enjoy <http://www.ukulele-arts.com/lernen/solo-crashkurs/>.
[10.6 months 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?
[10.6 months 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?
[10.8 months ago]
@tx After choosing the last turn in gopher://tx.god.jp/1/numpop/, the script never returns?
[11.0 months ago]
Wrote a tiny script to renumber files after ordering them in an editor https://github.com/mdom/scripts/blob/master/bin/numprefix
[11.2 months 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.
[11.4 months ago]
@kas I'm so bad at tuning by ear. I have a tuner that just shows me if i hit the tight tone... :)
[11.4 months ago]
@freemor You wouldn't even need to add the recipient in the tweet, clients could just try to decrypt anything.
[11.4 months 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?
[11.5 months ago]
Just pushed 40kg of IKEA furniture with our Bakfiets 8km home. Thank you, Amsterdamn!
[11.6 months ago]
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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.
[11.6 months ago]
Though what do i know, i'm also still a beginner... :)
[11.6 months 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
[11.6 months 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
[11.6 months ago]
Welcome to twtxt @pkill9!
[11.6 months ago]
@tomasino Best wishes!
[11.6 months ago]
Just bought me a Kala Walnut Tenor Ukulele as late christmas present, i'm thrilled how nice it sounds!
[11.6 months ago]
Night flight with two children who won't sleep is a nightmare!!!
[11.6 months ago]
It's really amazing that although we loose users, there's always also new users trickling in. Welcome!
[11.6 months ago]
I've been really quite the last months ... we went on 6 weeks parental leave to south africa and just returned.
[1.2 years ago]
gopher://taz.de is now a thing.
[1.2 years ago]
gopher://taz.de is now a thing.
[1.2 years ago]
@robbinaer That's how i found you ... :)
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[1.2 years ago]
Hi @c0by and @robbinaer, welcome to twtxt!
[1.2 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!
[1.2 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.
[1.2 years ago]
@kas I like the personal touch that we are greeting new users! Hi, @leveck
[1.2 years ago]
@nblade What client are you using? Your mentions are somehow broken?
[1.2 years ago]
@nblade Hi, welcome to the party!
[1.3 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... :)
[1.3 years ago]
SDF? Syrian Democratic Forces? Free shell accounts? Louisville International Airport?
[1.3 years ago]
@ckeen There's also https://teachyourselfcs.com/, which has some greet ressources besides OSTEP.
[1.3 years ago]
@freemor I once had a fun day hunting down the phone number for a scraper. Really nice guy, just some script running havoc.
[1.3 years ago]
On The Turing Completeness of PowerPoint (SIGBOVIK) - YouTube ⌘ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uNjxe8ShM-8
[1.3 years ago]
If anybody is looking for a new hosting provider, I really like https://uberspace.de.
[1.3 years ago]
@tdenim Sure, just send those patches, i'm happy to merge them!
[1.5 years ago]
@freemor https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=14480868 But don't expect a civil discussion about that topic... :)
[1.5 years ago]
@tdemin Does https://laverna.cc/ fit the bill? I haven't played with it yet though.
[1.5 years ago]
But still no real internet though, still working on a cheap LTE connection with a 5GB data cap.
[1.5 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.
[1.6 years ago]
Hi, @tdenim! Happy twting!
[1.6 years ago]
@phil We all just decided to ignore that... :)
[1.6 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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Hi @pete!
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Don't believe anything @8ball replies about a robot uprising. It has its own agenda.
[1.7 years ago]
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
[1.7 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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@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... :)
[1.7 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.
[1.7 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.
[1.7 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.
[1.7 years ago]
The perfect partner for whoami https://github.com/kootenpv/whereami
[1.7 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 :)
[1.7 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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@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.
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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.
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@reednj I think this would be the first time two clients implement the same #metadata format.
[1.7 years ago]
@reednj Ah, yeah, good catch, @8ball checks the full mention format.
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@reednj Yeah, to make twtxt ready for a mesh network. But i just played with the idea, it's no call for implementation... :)
[1.7 years ago]
There could be known archive urls and we could play with mdns for local twtxt distribution. Just playing with the idea... :)
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Imagine, some would distribute their feeds in an archive like https://domgoergen.com/twtxt/twtfiles.tar.gz. And more files would be signed.
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And as we're already talking about the future of twtxt... since i played a little bit with scuttle i wonder how twtxt could be distributed.
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The latest #txtnish will check the `url` key to change the twturl you're following. Like an inline 304.
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I'll take another swing at #metadata for #twtxt. You can check my feed for an example. The headers aren't important, only # key = value
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@reednj Thanks! And i'll check why 8ball won't answer you. Everytime anybody asks it a question, something goes wrong. *sigh*
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Remember to add "AddDefaultCharset utf-8" for your twtxt file if you're using apache. Otherwise browsers will serve cp1252. The twtxt clients won't care but maybe someone is watching your file with a browser?
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@durcheinandr I hope you haven't bought the unused version for EUR 152,97 from amazon ... :) https://www.amazon.de/dp/020107981X/
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@reednj Really cool! Could you, uhm, maybe remove my testaccount with one tweet? Or is that already possible to do as a logged in user?
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@dave Have you checked https://github.com/jarun/Buku, the highly delicious bookmark manager? I really like it!
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@nristen Ah, so you're karlh626, i think i need a txtfile for twtxt <-> irc <-> github conversions
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@kas Aww, now i have to keep the test line to preserve context... :)
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Test pre_tweet_hook
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Monitoring announcement: @tux0r, your host is down and @cow2001, your certificate has expired.
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New stuff in #txtnish: Better argument parser, automatic url rewriting for redirects and a new silly mode that let you share urls like @kas
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Find me on scuttlebut @GQIvovL/H1Tw00TEmh2/a48VZULVkXm06ec3Gj3wLS0=.ed25519
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@nristen Get well soon! And welcome back to twtxt... :)
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@tx Haha, really cool!
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@kas Thanks for the explanation!
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@kas Now i'm really confused, is there anything special scuttlebut is doing over mdns? Because dat and ipfs both supports file sharing over local links.
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On the other hand, most twtxt users won't have any problems putting a twtxt file somewhere with http. :)
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@kas And it looks like dat also supports mdns for local discovery and custom bootstrap servers. Too bad though.
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@kas Doesn't Scuttlebut also needs a central server if both clients are not on the same network?
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@darthlukan Welcome to twtxt! We're currently back on a slow upward trajectory!
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@kas Haha, every single rule of share the seeds is probably cannabis related without explicitly mentioning it.
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@tx Uhm, cloning all projects i have starred would be fun...
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@tx #kobo Development of OcherBook seems to have stalled a year ago, too bad, i would love to have a great nickel replacement.
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Has anybody tried DAT for their twtxt files? Seems to be a good match for twtxt, doesn't it?
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@kas Haha, every single rule of share the seeds is probably cannabis related without explicitly mentioning it.
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@tx Uhm, cloning all projects i have starred would be fun...
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@tx #kobo Development of OcherBook seems to have stalled a year ago, too bad, i would love to have a great nickel replacement.
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@tx There were still a few issues i fixed, if you still have problems.
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@reednj Basically there are just more clients... :) And thanks for twtxt.reednj.com, i think we all are still heavily depending on it!
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Interesting guide how to be a nice maintainer http://brson.github.io/2017/04/05/minimally-nice-maintainer
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@kas, @freemore I'm waiting for the first image to be send with twtxt... :)
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@tx There were still a few issues i fixed, if you still have problems.
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@reednj Basically there are just more clients... :) And thanks for twtxt.reednj.com, i think we all are still heavily depending on it!
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Interesting guide how to be a nice maintainer http://brson.github.io/2017/04/05/minimally-nice-maintainer
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#txtnish now supports long options! It's not easy to implement all cases, but it wasn't as hard as i though it would be.
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Linux has become a weird version of Rock-paper-scissors: udev breaks systemd, systemd breaks pulseaudio, pulseaudio breaks dbus, dbus breaks udev
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@webi Thanks for the youtube link! Don't miss the rap at 2:20...
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Hi, welcome back @reednj! I noticed there was some development on twtxt.reednj.com, posting tweets on it would be cool!
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@kas If i'm reading http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc3986#section-3.5 correctly, the character ':' is explicitly allowed
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@kas But you're right, just using the timestamp would be way more human friendly and the parsers already know how to handle rfc3339.
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@kas You could probably use the rfc3339 timestamp, i just used epoch as this was suggested by someone (buckket?) to link to individual tweets.
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@kas Yeah, i though about adding it for the future ncurses frontend. Maybe i could also add the urls as comment in txtnish reply.
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@webi Thanks! So, by complete coincidence... :)
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@webi If you don't mind me asking, how did you find out about twtxt?
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Does anybody have a opinion about linking to single tweets via the mention syntax like #1490894860' href='/user/at/2561d43a72b750689?n=mdom'>@mdom?
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And there's always the great http://www.gigamonkeys.com/book/ #lisp
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Say hello to @webi!
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Damn you sun! I can't see my monitor!
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Okay, the plan for txtio: Use sqlite to store followings, tweets and config and use ncurses for the ui. Let's see how that works out.
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@dave Thanks for posting about miniircds. Looks fun.
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@kas The worst about dst? My daughter just wakes up exactly one hour earlier. I think adults adjust faster to time changes...
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@dave Where did you leave it? Love their faq: "Where can I buy a PirateBox? There are some things that money can't buy, and PirateBox is one of them!"
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I have the feeling that writing twtxt clients will become my prefered test case to learn new languages... :)
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I totally forgot how hard and unforgiving c is.
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It doesn't do anything interesting, handles no redirects, prints the ugliest timeline and you have to configure it by editing the source file. But it kinda works...
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Ups, i did it again! I just started a new twtxt client in c, just for fun and to relearn a little c. https://github.com/mdom/txtio
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@kas #python What did you expect? Looks sane to me.
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@benaiah You obviously knew ... already commenting... :)
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@tx w00t? I hopy this a hypothetical case, who's dumping 18.000 USD in a new crypto currency? If I got confused during such a deposit, i would hopefully abort.
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Land of Lisp- The Music Video! ⌘ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HM1Zb3xmvMc
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@durcheinandr Sorry, no idea then. I have a ticker with news agencies like dpa, afp etc. at work but that's more like a firehose.
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#txtnish now accepts ws as seperator and timestamps without T
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@durcheinandr Never understood why so many people love this movie, but it seems i'm a minority voice...
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@tx Hard to type and remember and to add insult to injury a dictionary word... mhhh... :)
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@durcheinandr You can always google for presseschau. Deutschlandfunk has one for example. But that's a rather static view on daily papers. Do you want something current and algorithmic?
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Teach Yourself Computer Science ⌘ https://teachyourselfcs.com/
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@kas There was something on hn a few days ago: Ask HN: Cheap, hackable e-reader? ⌘ https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=13863046
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@kas I have a kobo, but i actually need it to read books. I bookmarked the page in case i ever get a replacement... :)
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Maybe we shouldn't add time sensitive metadata. Maybe # following = https://domgoergen.com/twtxt/mdom.txt https://enotty.dk/twtxt.txt ...
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@kas Then let's just say it has to be on top to make it easy. I'm not even sure how to encode follow? # follow = mdom https://domgoergen.com/twtxt/mdom.txt looks wrong.
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@kas, @benaiah Should metadata always be at the start of the file or can it be interspersed with tweets?
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@allgebrah Loved the low-res and alien story!
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@benaiah Already looking forward for continuations... :)
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@phil, There is basically just one real aggregator and that's reednj. And it doesn't even collapse before cutting off the tweet.
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@phil, i mostly check @freemor timeline. Less bots. How often do you update, @freemor?
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@benaiah (re: number of feeds) Wasn't the average number of friends on facebook 155? Dunbars number is everywhere... :)
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@kas (re: twtxt specs) I hope we're talking about horizontal whitespace? :)
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@tx (re: hushme) Looks like a gadget for a villain.
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@quite (re: network traffic) There is even a section rfc7234 about heuristic expiration times: https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7234#section-4.2
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@tx /otr fingerprint 05D234B5 898B1843 D337C397 C4BFDE95 B0D12010
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Yeah, i'm a unix admin there, otherwise reading their logfiles would be creepy... :)
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I'm listening at http://taz.de/xkcd1810 if anybody want to try it. Just send your url to that address. :)
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Man, I love to twtxt with my mail client on the go. :)
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@kas you can simply press F in less to tail the current file
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@phil I don't just throw away lines i can't parse, but try to fix as many errors as possible. But eventually you have to give up. https://github.com/mdom/txtnish/blob/master/bin/txtnish#L368
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@phil I can't imagine a simpler time format than rfc3339. I would be fine with just using utc or unix time, but i don't think most people could write that without a client... :)
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@dave, @kas I thought about propsing "There is no maximum length of a message. Clients should show at least 140 characters of a tweet after collapsing the mentions." Or something like that.
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@kas (re: metadata) The amount of whitespace around the equal sign shouldn't matter. Wouldn't be a comment above the line not enough? <# nick = mdom # my nick> looks weird.
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@skingrapher That's what i'm talking about! :) Or we could be the first network build on rsync://
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Horay! This is the most active 24h for #twtxt in the last month. Already more than 50 posts.
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What about benaiah first idea for #issue48? It would be easy to parse, looks very unixlike and doesn't clash with the current syntax? I would implement it for txtnish, if it wouldn't be the only implementation... :)
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Although that would seperate the network in clients that can or can't support some protocols. Not to mention if someone would mention me with my ipfs address and other with my http address
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@kas, @freemor (re: finger) That's another neat thing about twtxt, it totally independent of any transport layer. ipfs, zeronet, finger, as long as the protocol has a...
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@freemor (re: bandwidth) We tackle that problem when it arises. I'm currently following 60 (mostly dormant) users with 500k for all files with an update taking less than 2s.
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@freemor (re: timeline) Or we resort the timline to have the newest entries on top, then you could just request the first x bytes of every feed. But archiving is definitly the pragmatic solution. ...
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@freemor (re: http) Yeah, but yet a lot of sites are preparing the jump to http/2.0 with its inbelievable complexity. And even http/1.1 is probably a little bit over engineered.
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@freemor I think we 100% on the same page about self hosting. I thought the article was more about stopping to cooperate with the corporate web. We need to develop standards with *our own* priorit...
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I recently tried to write a command like client to GNU social, but after reading the specs on ActivityStreams, Webfinger, PubsubHubbub and Salmon i soon lost interest... :)
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There are so many alternatives like ipfs or scuttlebutt, but i fear that we loose the simplicity of the old protocols. That in my mind is the main attraction of twtxt.
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@freemor Is it? I mean it paints a pretty dark picture, but in the end Aral appeal to us to fix the whole mess without any corporate involvement.
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@kas Mhh, only 27% of the feeds i subscribed to, declare an explicit charset in the header. Probably easier to fix that in the clients...
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We didn’t lose control – it was stolen ⌘ https://ar.al/notes/we-didnt-lose-control-it-was-stolen/
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@kas And to make it even worse, most clients interpret the data as win1252. But does any twtxt client autoconvert to utf8 in case another charset is send? I think it probably okay for every client to assume it's utf8.
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@kas Mhh, i explicitly allow 60 seconds in my rfc3339 regex. Is there already a bug report for python?
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@phil You mean the leap second in evil.txt? It's expected to break clients ... :) You can just skip lines that you can't parse. Although it's a valid date according to rfc3339. Maybe file a bug against coreuti...
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@phil RFC3339 is a subset of ISO8601, your timestamps are fine. We're not using 8601 as it's crazy complicated to parse: 2009-W01-1 is a valid represenation for Monday 29 December 2008.
[1.8 years ago]
Good morning, earth! First tweet via mail
[1.8 years ago]
#txtnish can send new tweets per mail to you with txtnish mail bob@example.com ... the only missing step is to tweet via mail. #mobile
[1.8 years ago]
@benaiah Wow, you're working on bussard? I wanted to try that game for months! Cool
[1.8 years ago]
If plastic replaces cash, much that is good will be lost ⌘ https://aeon.co/essays/if-plastic-replaces-cash-much-that-is-good-will-be-lost
[1.8 years ago]
Like start-ups, most intentional communities fail – why? ⌘ https://aeon.co/essays/like-start-ups-most-intentional-communities-fail-why
[1.8 years ago]
Good night, #twtxt! Don't let the bed #bugs bite!
[1.8 years ago]
Magic 8-balls are really awesome. Both answers are kinda perfect...
[1.8 years ago]
@phil Can i add you the we-are-twtxt? And how does the telegram bit works? Never used telegram before ... can you chat it up and it will post to twtxt?
[1.8 years ago]
@kas, you were both winner and looser in the last bullseye! :)
[1.8 years ago]
@freemor I've thought you lived in Brazil, but right, Canada has also regions with -04:00 ...
[1.8 years ago]
@kas, @skingrapher 8ball only checks users that are on we-are-twtxt and it does only checks for tweets since its last run. So it won't catch new users that had questions for 8ball in the ...
[1.8 years ago]
Hi @skingrapher, i've seen that you forked we-are-twtxt and waited for your pr! :)
[1.8 years ago]
@benaiah Do you have to transform old scheme code to lua or is it just for the lulz?
[1.8 years ago]
Weird, nobody has written a twtxt.el for #emacs yet?!
[1.8 years ago]
@tx I like the visualization of the timeline. A static timeline of we-are-twtxt would be cool!
[1.8 years ago]
Meet the firehose at https://domgoergen.com/twtxt/firehose.txt. It publishes the complete timeline of we-are-twtxt every ten minutes. I'll use it for my bots, so i don't have to hit your feeds so often. Feel free to use it too!
[1.8 years ago]
@kas Is that too cold or too warm? Also 9°C in Berlin, feels warm for me... :)
[1.8 years ago]
Altered carbon it is! I already read Seveneves ... what are you reading at them moment?
[1.8 years ago]
So, i almost finished Arkwright and i need a book recommendation. Any tips? #books #scifi
[1.8 years ago]
@durcheinandr Just as an example how evil you can get. It's not the new standard theme. Although...