[–] 3 hours ago in whatever
I just want the data to be mirrored a few times around the world
then I'll be a happ waterbear
[–]go1dfish 3 hours ago in whatever
Yeah webrtc is what’s really going to nail that
But also, if you check your local indexeddb databases you’ll see that your browser is mirroring what you view
Server nor anyone else is asking your browser for that data yet, but it could
This is a step towards support for webrtc p2p among visitors
keep up the good work
[–]Selene 3 hours ago in whatever
go1dfish: Odd, my second most recent post isn't showing up.
it shows in "comments" but not in "overview"
maybe your second most recent post was just too shit?
It's never been a problem before.
I think the server is rejecting your posts on the principle of "tits or GTFO"
and there it is.
Yeah showing for me
What was Selene's second most recent post?
idk, her tits?
[–] 2 hours ago in whatever
Selene = Selene Kyle?
[–]Selene 2 hours ago in whatever
I don't know, it wasn't showing for a while.
[–]go1dfish 2 hours ago in whatever
Could be caching issues of some sort, that is one downside of using http requests for gun data at the moment
Refresh usually fixes things when I run into that
maybe the tits were too saggy for the server
I have not yet build any titty verification into nab’s validation code
it's interesting because it showed the most recent, but not the second most recent.
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