Auckland ~ 2 Feb, 11:02
Berlin ~ 1 Feb, 23:02
Mexico_City ~ 1 Feb, 16:02
People are welcome to join.
Post up your topics in this thread.
We have another appointment tonight but think I can make it if transportation plays well.
Topics: perf and Ressource monitoring (re Pub traffic and switching to flume)
mysterious internet failure at my place prevents me from attending today. (i'm on 3g right now)
to be honest: i love how the feedback from mix' setup eliminated cross talk. annoying but very effective.
Are you not usually?
@gb hehe.. to be honest (zing!) not a fan of painful honesty. Sometimes I keep stuff to myself if I know that people have a strong opinions (like haircuts or colors or w/e).
In this case I guessed that this might be a unpopular opionon so I doubled down on the seriousnes of the comment.. if that makes any sense..
dumping call notes (hope nobody is offended, think we should check about this next time during checkout)
What is up with the gossip schedule? g$ EB D C mi
arbitrary post metadata mm EM
cat wat.json | sbot publish .is totally a thing ;)
piet: sitting beside mix in Wellington NZ. been working with mix and ahdinosaur. been lurking on patchwork for a while. Spent the last year teaching js.
mix : Hi I'm mix, calling from Wellington New Zealand. I'm working on patchbay and some of the hyper.. tools around it at the moment. I'm a dev and currenlty teaching devs
cryptix: currently in .ch for wagelabor until friday.!!
noffle: Oakland, CA; hacking out of the Impact Hub today /w digital democracy folks. First time on the ssb call!
emery: berlin, working on IMAP to SSB, and maybe some binary package management. First time in the call
matt: Also from Wellington, NZ. Did some stuff with webtorrent and ssb a while back and made a peer to peer soundcloud called ferment. I have a cat on my chest.
dominic: I live on a sailboat in auckland and work on ssb.
ev: replication issues (delays, ...), test setup: 2pubs, 2local clients + lots of lites
replication testing locally. Seeing some really slow replication from local to pubs(45 mins)
Could be the long term clients aren't communicating
Actions: Dominic and ev working on gossip schedule problem
ev: a walkabout project, brings everything into one repo.
Nothing to move upsteam yet, but moving things downstream has been interesting.
D: what kinda changes have you made
ev: just ripping stuff out !
ev: social side effect - doing a lot of onboarding, and have been feeling weird about dropping people into the network.
D: we need privacy to be able to know how people will receive / understand our opinions. This is a motivation for group private messages
ev: notice some stage-fright when people land in the broad community.
piet : ~isn't popping filter bubbles important
ev: would be nice for politics to not be so involved, communism has been caused a bunch of problems
D: spectrum of pol. beliefs(?).
mix: what about we have a slider for tightness of filter view
matt: I did that in pw-next, it was only 1-degree friendship
matt: lets differentiate between replication and displaying posts
Action: Dominic will reach out to this person and explain what could be done differently + better, invite him to call.
defer to after
Cryptix : adding byts sent / received to page (dominic will help)
Emry I want emails to dump into IMAP folders, then from there into the network.
Make a feed for the daemon
q : encryption
q : can I just add the email headers to the messages I post
(received, from , to, +miscellaneous stuff)
cryptix : I think you can throw whateve JSON into the boxing
D : currently you box enxrypt JSON objects, but do you want plain text outside the messages.
E : I just want to use patchwork as my email client
C : I think cel would be interested in this
E : I don't want to worry about storing the messages
Phew - best checkout ever.
might ask emery about his email inbox>ssb pm thing! sounds similary to your idea.
@ehmry i'm happy to discuss it or collaborate on it. otherwise feel free to run with it
@cryptix thanks for digging up that post. i think we have the potential to make viable alternatives to many centralized services using this methodology