In-reply-to > Waiting for Github to reflect changes on a web page is like going to the super market. Sometimes you're just in and out, other times you get stuck behind someone taking a stroll and going the same way you are.

@screem@yarn.yarnpods.com But you said:

Waiting for Github to reflect changes on a web page

So I took that to mean Github Page’s infra that acts on a Git Webhook, triggers a rebuild and publish of the “static site”. Are you talking about something else entirely? 🤔


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In-reply-to > Waiting for Github to reflect changes on a web page is like going to the super market. Sometimes you're just in and out, other times you get stuck behind someone taking a stroll and going the same way you are.

Whenever I’ve used it, it’s never instantaneous. Could be something to do with using Cloudflare as a registrar that slows it down? 🤔


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In-reply-to > Waiting for Github to reflect changes on a web page is like going to the super market. Sometimes you're just in and out, other times you get stuck behind someone taking a stroll and going the same way you are.

@screem@yarn.yarnpods.com I’ve always found Github Pages to be quite instantaneous in the past Hmmm 🤔


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Are there any working registries for twtxt out there? Seems the ‘official’ one is no longer?… I know Antenna can return registry format from the gemini world. Any others?


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Waiting for Github to reflect changes on a web page is like going to the super market. Sometimes you’re just in and out, other times you get stuck behind someone taking a stroll and going the same way you are.


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In-reply-to > My yarn.andrewjvpowell.com Pod will be out for a bit, couple of rather cloudy days so letting the battery recover today 😊

@david@netbros.com Yeah, I’ve had a really good run, going weeks at a time without even having to think about it, but if I happen to get a few cloudy days in succession it can be a bit dicey sometimes! My battery isn’t actually in the greatest health and will need to be replaced at some point, but it’s fine for now.

@prologic@twtxt.net How do you mean? 🤔


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In-reply-to > Microsoft Teams Surpasses 270 Million Monthly Active Users Microsoft's Teams communications and collaboration platform topped 270 million monthly active users in the December quarter, continuing to add users but at a much slower pace than in the initial months of the pandemic. From a report: Satya Nadella, the Microsoft CEO, revealed the latest number Tuesday afternoon in conjunction with the company's quarterly earnings ... ⌘ Read more

@david@netbros.com The “impossible” to “pass up” here I believe is various rumours around the place that Microsoft actually offer their products at a -ve dollar value just to win a contract and licensing deal. I don’t know how true this is as I have no direct evidence, but if true, this has to be illegal and at worst “antitrust” and “anti-competitive behaviour”.


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In-reply-to > When linking to a location that is a directory, I always add the trailing slash. Always. It seems that more than one host agrees with what I do—which isn't unique to me, many people does it, and has done it since the birth of the web, which is why I also do it. There is no reason to leave out the training slash other than sheer laziness.

@david@netbros.com Hey, interesting link and discussion.
I think everything was screwed up when we stopped having the concept of directories, and the resources were not files, like on some Restful APIs and such.

And then the frameworks place their own ideas for managing routing. I’ve had the question, what’s ‘better’?

My preference as a user are shortest URLs although I get the point of the trailing slash and the correctness behind the absolute and relative links.
I leave this link as an additional ref https://blog.cdivilly.com/2019/02/28/uri-trailing-slashes


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In-reply-to > Microsoft Teams Surpasses 270 Million Monthly Active Users Microsoft's Teams communications and collaboration platform topped 270 million monthly active users in the December quarter, continuing to add users but at a much slower pace than in the initial months of the pandemic. From a report: Satya Nadella, the Microsoft CEO, revealed the latest number Tuesday afternoon in conjunction with the company's quarterly earnings ... ⌘ Read more

@thecanine@twtxt.net the numbers are on the enterprise usage. Through their market penetration, Microsoft offers deals that are hard to pass, or makes product adoption a vital piece to grant licensing to other products, thus “bundling” them in a “sweet” deal, making it hard—if not impossible—to pass.


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