tkanos

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One of my friends did a very good joke, I was talking with him about privacy on internet, and he replied to me :

  • What are you talking about, you use firefox on Linux in a village of maximum 1000 people, you don’t even need to use cookies.

:D

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In-reply-to » @tkanos That’s why I was thinking it might be easy to implement. I am looking at implementing my own client/server, and it would be nice to have as few protocols as possible to deal with. Now that I’m saying this, I don’t actually know how many people are using twtxt registries vs yarn.social json protocol.

@brasshopper@twtxt.net Oh please implement everything you want. It is always enjoyable to implement things.

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In-reply-to » @prologic Any plans/thoughts on implementing the twtxt registry protocol as part of yarn.social?

Yarn already have most of it :

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In-reply-to » Guys, I have a bad news, I went through the twtxt-osphere : - I found 1289 twtxt account - among those 721 are accessible ( 712 http / 9 gemini / 0 gopher) - but only 111 account are still active in 2022 :S (107 http / 4 gemini / 0 gopher).

@lyse@lyse.isobeef.org yep it’s the main component (how many time people talk about you). I can share my code, but not now, I will be really ashamed to share such horrible code. Let me 1-2 weeks to refactor, and I will.

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In-reply-to » Guys, I have a bad news, I went through the twtxt-osphere : - I found 1289 twtxt account - among those 721 are accessible ( 712 http / 9 gemini / 0 gopher) - but only 111 account are still active in 2022 :S (107 http / 4 gemini / 0 gopher).

Start account was a random one (https://niplav.github.io/twtxt.txt) then interconnections are found by following and mentions.

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In-reply-to » Guys, I have a bad news, I went through the twtxt-osphere : - I found 1289 twtxt account - among those 721 are accessible ( 712 http / 9 gemini / 0 gopher) - but only 111 account are still active in 2022 :S (107 http / 4 gemini / 0 gopher).

@darch@lyse@lyse.isobeef.org @mckinley Based on an idea by @eaplmx I used a simple quickly and dirty made walker algorithm (bypassing the spider trap) to find the interconnected account (1289) I only found the interconnected ones (since 2016) (if you have accounts that you know and are not referenced I can send the walker algorithm across them) :

  • Some don’t answer anymore, the one that does answer => accessible (721)
  • Some still post in 2022 => active (111)

Then I computed a normalized ranking algorithm in all of those with the number of time a people talk about you for the influence (it sounds like I’m talking like a star trek characters).

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Guys, I have a bad news, I went through the twtxt-osphere :

  • I found 1289 twtxt account
  • among those 721 are accessible ( 712 http / 9 gemini / 0 gopher)
  • but only 111 account are still active in 2022 :S (107 http / 4 gemini / 0 gopher).

I have also rank all the accounts by influence. (just for fun) without surprise @prologic is the 1st most influential twtxter, @lyse@lyse.isobeef.org you are 3rd, (I’m 32nd)

results here

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In-reply-to » 💡 TIL: Today I learned that there is nothing special about pkg/ inside of Go projects. It is just like any other sub-package structure you might otherwise define in your project. It just adds an extra part to your imports. I think it's actually confusing at best and just unnecessary typing and an unnecessary sub-structure. Just keep your packages in the top-level and be done with it 👌

@prologic. The issue is that (I don’t know why) programmers (often backends) are full of protocol, and they forget the basis of clean code, to pursue their protocol.

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In-reply-to » 💡 TIL: Today I learned that there is nothing special about pkg/ inside of Go projects. It is just like any other sub-package structure you might otherwise define in your project. It just adds an extra part to your imports. I think it's actually confusing at best and just unnecessary typing and an unnecessary sub-structure. Just keep your packages in the top-level and be done with it 👌

@brasshopper I HATE Standard Go Project Layout, I have always prefered to structure my program by bounded context.

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In-reply-to » Please don't test it for now BUT just to announce that the version 0.1.0 alpha (not yet tested) of my future twtxt client twx has been pushed.

@prologic for yarn integration, I have the idea to create a Meta tag for PostHook (like : {{yarn}}) that will do behind the scene like yarnc login + yarnc tweet. so the twtxt local will only be a backup. On the second step I will imlement the same PsotHook solution for follow and unfollow.

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In-reply-to » Please don't test it for now BUT just to announce that the version 0.1.0 alpha (not yet tested) of my future twtxt client twx has been pushed.

@prologic, twt Hash is already implemented the same way as yarnd. For the subject ?? I don;t know about that one. But I will implement if you want. The reply is already done twx tweet -r hash <text>, the fork not yet.

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In-reply-to » Please don't test it for now BUT just to announce that the version 0.1.0 alpha (not yet tested) of my future twtxt client twx has been pushed.

@prologic, twt Hash is already implemented the same way as yarnd. For the subject ?? I don;t know about that one. But I will implement if you want. The reply is already done twx tweet -r hash <text>, the fork not yet.

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In-reply-to » Please don't test it for now BUT just to announce that the version 0.1.0 alpha (not yet tested) of my future twtxt client twx has been pushed.

@prologic is on the pipe , I need to stabilize a beta and have a pretty timeline, then yarn integration.

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In-reply-to » @tkanos My question goes more in if someone replies to me, and I don't follow them, how can I know they is trying to do it?

Yep you can’t, in yarn.social as it’s more centralized you can see it in Discover, but in local you only see what you follow. What can be done as well to extend it, will be to create a Discover like by downloading all the users followed by the one that you follow an so on. Here you can create a big map of who follows who, and have all their tweet as well.

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In-reply-to » Please don't test it for now BUT just to announce that the version 0.1.0 alpha (not yet tested) of my future twtxt client twx has been pushed.

Yep or even the thread you are just participating in.

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In-reply-to » Please don't test it for now BUT just to announce that the version 0.1.0 alpha (not yet tested) of my future twtxt client twx has been pushed.

They don’t announce, when you will look at your timeline, the client will connect to all your Followings and get their twtxt.txt, having all the twtxt.txt it will sort it by date and present it to you, then is up to you to read your timeline and understand who reply to who.

But you gave me a good idea to implement in mine, something to show the last replies to my tweets, or mentions of my name. Thanks

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Please don’t test it for now BUT just to announce that the version 0.1.0 alpha (not yet tested) of my future twtxt client twx has been pushed.

It should have the basic for a client (follow/unfollow/tweet/timeline), the fancy part will soon come (to see on the readme file).

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