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In-reply-to » @lyse @mckinley @eaplmx the code you requested to follow all the twtxt mentions (https://github.com/tkanos/we-are-twtxt on the folder search)

one other thing cool that you have not noticed but i want to share. Is that the first iterative version was taking 8 minutes to go on all twtxt / download/ parse. The new version using heavily go routines takes around 10 seconds.

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In-reply-to » @lyse @mckinley @eaplmx the code you requested to follow all the twtxt mentions (https://github.com/tkanos/we-are-twtxt on the folder search)

Thanks @lyse@lyse.isobeef.org,

  1. even a switch case would be better
  2. done quickly
  3. done quickly
  4. yes BUT if I check only mentions I will loose the header following one, (that are not always in the same style: cf : https://niplav.github.io/twtxt.txt ), I can do both and only loose the redirection BUT I need to be bored again to do that change (1 hour I ll say)
  5. (easy) when i will be bored again it will be on the pipe.

Thanks

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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 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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