We need a bookmark system for patchbay, this looks very interesting. Thanks for sharing!
That collection of stories looks super interesting. I wouldn't mind cross-posting them here.
d6e3e6a468"Better image sizing on profiles"
c1d1977660"Don't die in invalid user-feed link"
Are people really against getting indexed on google? I don't really see the problem, but I think it's fair that people can request that we don't show them on ssb-viewer. I'll even do the code if we can agree on a standard for this. Sort of like the request to be forgotten that EU instated.
All the data is distributed between the nodes in the network so both you and I have a full history. If you want to keep it private, you can use the special messages for that. The same is true for my pub, which just decides to show the messages to anyone with a browser. It's actually pretty cool for hosting blogs as anyone can run a pub and a viewer, so no single point of failure.
Indeed it is Google loves content and the more we generate, the more likely it that people will find out about this network and join for their own reasons.
Keep forgotten how terrible biking is in most parts of the US. But on a positive note I guess you get a lot of time to think about stuff on the way.
Seconded the pirate
I see. I was looking at the issue about comments in git-ssb-web yesterday and went looking at the git-notes thing. I really like that there is already a tool for keeping comments in sync with github.
Been brewing cold brew the last couple of summers as well. Its so refreshing. The taste is a lot less bitter and more rounded. It's also remarkably good with baileys :P
336a39d74f"render git repo creation"
ac8c79fc2f"Fix git update rendering"
I was running sbot on chromeos for a while with crouton but switched to gallium.
Cool. Nice work! I'll have a deeper look but on first glance this looks beautiful.
and in unrelated news: bun in danish is bolle, which also means fucking.
Nice bun metafor. I wonder what the word for a person who creates too many buns is :)
This is a step close hosting blogs in ssb!
I've been reading the code and it looks good to me. Minor nitpick: maybe name the renderItem function renderRssItem.