Freemor's TWTXT Timeline

* nblade (2 days ago) [notls]
Read some excepts from a book I randomly found yesterday. While the writing was a little dry, I thought it could be an interesting read. However when I looked on Amazon, found out the book was 80 USD. I'm sorry but it was not that interesting.

* freemor (2 days ago) [tls]
just bookmarking https://github.com/diasjorge/redmine-cli

* kasdk (3 days ago) [tls]
Öresund peer-to-peer, okt. 27 i Malmö ⌘ http://p2p-oresund.org/

* kas (3 days ago) [tls]
SAN — a YAML/TOML alternative ⌘ https://astrocorp.net/san/

* nblade (3 days ago) [notls]
I love monitoring a process. It's more excitement than I can handle.

* nblade (4 days ago) [notls]
Non-programmers have invaded the programming area. It wouldn't be bad except some of them wear way too much perfume or cologne. Feel like I need a gas or filter mask.

* kas (5 days ago) [tls]
Insufficiently known POSIX shell features (2011) ⌘ https://apenwarr.ca/log/20110228

* kas (5 days ago) [tls]
Python 3's f-strings ⌘ https://realpython.com/python-f-strings/

* nblade (5 days ago) [notls]
Another fun day of loading data for this software pilot. It's fun just watching data load.

* kasdk (5 days ago) [tls]
Uge 38 begynder #DK

* kas (6 days ago) [tls]
Scuttlebutt Protocol Guide ⌘
https://ssbc.github.io/scuttlebutt-protocol-guide/ #SSB

* freemor (6 days ago) [tls]
... But then I hark back to the days where you could look over and seee the status of CPU registers by the blinkin lights

* freemor (6 days ago) [tls]
@sdk UltraBright leds == No, Blinkin lights == Yes!. Can't tell you how much the current trend of laptops with 0 status leds bothers me.

* nblade (7 days ago) [notls]
Well, I'm out until Monday. I hope everyone has a good weekend.

* mdosch (8 days ago) [tls]
Yeah, Munich leads in the first match this season. #MUCvsBER is even the same constellation like last years final. #DEL

* nblade (8 days ago) [notls]
@<sdk https://codevoid.de/tw.txt> that's insane. What's the point in that.

* kas (8 days ago) [tls]
Long read: Finally, a cure for insomnia? ⌘ https://www.theguardian.com/news/2018/sep/14/finally-a-cure-for-insomnia

* kas (8 days ago) [tls]
The Copenhagen Catalog ⌘ https://www.copenhagencatalog.org/

* kas (9 days ago) [tls]
Peer-to – a curated collection of archives ⌘ https://peer-to.peer-to-peer-web.com/ #DAT #decent #p2p

* nblade (10 days ago) [notls]
I just recently found an issue with my custom client. It was ignoring microseconds on timestamps. Which meant I was missing some twtxt from people. I got that fixed and I know see all of them.

* nblade (10 days ago) [notls]
@mdom my own custom client I wrote, I use cron to run the update my timeline every 20 mins. My update process also processes 10 curl calls at time. I did that to save time when I poll everyone.

* nblade (10 days ago) [notls]
Another fun day of loading data, so people can test the new system next week.

* freemor (10 days ago) [tls]
@sdk One of the reasons I've given up on smart phones. They are becoming increasingly hostile to rooting and custom firmware with each ittteration.

* kas (11 days ago) [tls]
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Python ⌘ https://docs.python-guide.org/

* kas (11 days ago) [tls]
MechanicalSoup – a #python library for automating interaction with websites ⌘ https://github.com/MechanicalSoup/MechanicalSoup

* kas (11 days ago) [tls]
@<sdk https://codevoid.de/tw.txt>, @mdom (re: following) or have a separate file with followees.

* mdom (11 days ago) [tls]
Do you have ideas for a new spec? Maybe we can collect them on irc? join freenode/twtxt

* mdom (11 days ago) [tls]
And we still could use range requests to just get updates, if everybody uses sorted twtfiles.

* mdom (11 days ago) [tls]
I mean, you could update with cron and then read the timeline with -U, does anybody do that?

* mdom (11 days ago) [tls]
If your subscribed to 1000 users, you have other problems. None of our clients would handle that gracefully.

* mdom (11 days ago) [tls]
And to be honest, http 1.1 is (mostly) fine, it's the stuff that is usually transmitted with it that worries me :)

* mdom (11 days ago) [tls]
@sdk Although i'm a gopher fanboy, I wouldn't use it for twtxt. It's really a optimal fit.

* mdom (11 days ago) [tls]
@sdk You don't even need the HEAD, you can just GET the twtfile with a If-Modified-Since header.

* mdom (11 days ago) [tls]
!!Con seems looks like a fun conference: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLE7tQUdRKcyYK5q1bw_YlrnqOFv6_EOF-

* mdom (11 days ago) [tls]
@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.

* mdom (11 days ago) [tls]
@nblade The newest txtnish can show the users other users are following: txtnish following mdom (if mdom is my nick on your system)

* mdom (11 days ago) [tls]
@sdk Great! Though i don't see any metadata on your feed?

* kas (11 days ago) [tls]
Unicode hashtag identifiers ⌘
https://unicode.org/reports/tr31/#hashtag_identifiers

* nblade (11 days ago) [notls]
@mdom That's interesting. So does txtnish read that metadata? or would an end user just look at the file to see it? Is the meta data going to be the standard?

* nblade (11 days ago) [notls]
@mdom what metadata feature is that?

* mdom (11 days ago) [tls]
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.

* nblade (12 days ago) [notls]
@freemor It's nice to be way ahead of the curve no? LOL.

* nblade (12 days ago) [notls]
@kas the only thing I can think is that people are finally re-figuring out that static sites are really fast because the content doesn't need to generated on the fly. I noticed there were a lot of static content generators out there.

* freemor (12 days ago) [tls]
@kas Woohoo! then my website is way ahead of the curve.. (agreed he must be young.)

* kas (12 days ago) [tls]
@nblade (re: static websites) The guy who wrote it must be very young. ⌘ https://about.gitlab.com/2017/02/22/gitlab-8-17-released/

* nblade (12 days ago) [notls]
@kas WTF! That's a good one.

* kas (12 days ago) [tls]
“Static websites are fast, yet powerful and seen as the next big thing in publishing to internet.” ~Gitlab, 2017 :D

* nblade (12 days ago) [notls]
After a weekend out in the woods, I'm down one flashlight, one camping chair, and one tent pole.

* kasdk (12 days ago) [tls]
Uge 37 begynder #DK

* kas (13 days ago) [tls]
Bruce Sterling bibliography ⌘
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bruce_Sterling_bibliography #books

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