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+4 -4 submitted 2 months ago by notabug.ioto t/spaces
Better support for participating without it may come in the future.
[–]NAB+2 -0 points 2 months ago
so how do we submit a space here? also who determines what gets to go where
[–]go1dfish+1 -0 points 2 months ago
https://notabug.io/t/spaces/submit while logged in, right now there are no restrictions beyond it being a link in that topic, but I'll probably restrict that space to only allow urls to spaces.
Don't plan to apply any curation beyond limiting the listing to spaces, will probably eventually default it to top sort but not sure.
[–]NAB+1 -0 points 2 months ago
I am going to be honest, in there present form of listing spaces seem sort of useless, but I suppose that is mostly because the community is small.
[–]+1 -0 points 2 months ago
they're pretty useful as a personal filter, but yeah they need more presence to achieve their actual purpose
Exactly. Once the UI becomes more aware of them and they are a bit more sticky, apply to comments and incorporate themes things will really come together.
are you going to implement internal links for each peer to use?
Not sure what you mean by that.
[–]+3 -0 points 2 months ago
I think they are referring to the fact that you posted a link to a page on notabug.io:
Which would not work when clicking it on another site but rather take you to notabug.io.
[–]go1dfish+3 -0 points 2 months ago
Yeah I get it now, and that is a concern i'm aware of. I try not to base anything on that.
There are some cases where it's useful to have a list of peers, right now the only case I know of is:
That code prevents notabug links from triggering a page context switch (and re-login) but it can function based on window.location.host and the domain list is mostly useful for testing unless you want to intercept links on other peers to keep you on your same peer. Which IMO should be a user level setting.
[–]+0 -0 points 2 months ago
maybe have it look to see if you're linking to the peer you're on, and replace it with [peer] when submtting, which would then be replaced again at ui level when reading
I don't like the idea of manipulating the submitted data but this is still an interesting thought. The click interceptor code can do a lot of interesting stuff once private user config is ready like automatically take you to your youtube viewer of choice or always go through an archiver service for certain domains.
[–]+2 -0 points 2 months ago
if you restrict it to notabug.io, this entire space would be useless for another peer
[–]go1dfish+4 -0 points 2 months ago*
No I plan to do it based on the path structure looking for /user/:idx.:idy/spaces/:name and might require that owners submit their own spaces to require the id to match.
Edit: But also I kind of expect other peers to set up their own spaces to manage stuff like this even if they don't run an indexer it should be possible to define your own homepage spaces and such easily.
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