[]go1dfish in whatever

https://github.com/notabugio/gun-receiver is my own re-implementation of gundb in a more modular way might be worth looking at if you're looking to re-implement in go

    []LaPingvino in whatever

    which enables something like this to be used as a backend for location services, like buying/selling, uber-like etc

      []LaPingvino in whatever

      cool :)

        []go1dfish in whatever

        see Schema.ts in notabug-peer for how those are used, there is a JSON Schema definition that covers the gun wire spec and notabug's schema

          []LaPingvino in whatever

          is there something like t/dev ?

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            where this fits?

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              I think it can be good to move this out of whatever :)

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                ah cool :)

                  []LaPingvino in whatever

                  the very least so I don't lose this stuff :P

                    []go1dfish in whatever

                    there are some custom keywords defined for SEA validation in gun-suppressor-sear and some in notabug-peer that you'll need to also implement but you can probably find an existing json-schema lib for go

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                      yeah that's probably a good idea, t/notabug has kinda been that

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                        but less dev heavy

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                          I'll make a space

                            []LaPingvino in whatever

                            I understand :)

                              []LaPingvino in whatever

                              a system like this has basically unlimited possibilities

                                []LaPingvino in whatever

                                like Twitter originally, but way more

                                  []go1dfish in whatever

                                  Yes exactly

                                    []go1dfish in whatever

                                    different frontends to the same backend

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                                      yep :)

                                        []go1dfish in whatever

                                        all the sites like twitter/reddit/facebook are kinda converging feature wise anyway

                                          []LaPingvino in whatever

                                          yes, it's good to have the future of that together in one P2P OS network

                                            []LaPingvino in whatever

                                            that's basically inevitable