go1dfish

I am the initial developer of notabug.io

I also built ceddit.com and reddit's first moderation transparency bots.


Best way to contact me is via matrix at

@go1dfish:decred.org

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8chan served with search warrant [pdf]in technology

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If they chose to store it yes.

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    The way I’m thinking about this is hashtags become a way to express topics, everything else about topics would work the same internally.

    Yeah “to spacename” was what I was thinking but maybe that doesn’t fit.

    Hashtags as topics is something that could be implemented in an alternate indexer if people start using them in titles.

    Another downside of having hashtags in titles is that titles are already clickable so they aren’t as imminently discoverable as they would be on twitter.

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      Yeah it’s not a fully fleshed out idea yet and not sure it’s something I’ll pursue but I think it’s worth considering.

      Yeah the main drawback is it makes it less clear that topics exist at all.

      I think with this approach “to” would become where space info shows up and otherwise would be left empty and that might reduce confusion between the concepts.

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        This is also one of those things that I’m not gonna touch until after we are using yaml for space configs.

        Spaces are currently a more advanced feature, for the most part nab acts a bit like the days before subreddits and that probably works better for a smaller community.

        When they are given more prominence in the UI I expect people will understand it a bit better.

        Or maybe the current model is wrong, maybe we should use #hashtags in titles for tags, have the index these like topics that can be referenced in spaces. Multiple topics per submission is a common request and I could see that dynamic potentially working well. I think this also wouldn’t be as huge of a change as it might sound.

        Feedback welcome.

          8chan served with search warrant [pdf]in technology

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          They would have more info, but they would have to log websocket connection data or use timing inferences to associate users with content.

            8chan served with search warrant [pdf]in technology

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            There is no private data on my servers at all. Cloudflare doesn’t even tell me the real ips of my visitors.

              Is authoritarian vs libertarian the only axis that matters on the political spectrum?in politics

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              I think it’s certainly the most important axis.

                Paedophiles should not be prosecuted for watching child porn and should be put on 'diversion courses' instead, new report saysin news

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                That's kind of what I meant by making it harder to use in space configs.

                If your space wants to exhaustively exclude example.com you also have to exclude archive domains and link shorteners.

                Might make sense to have some shorthand for "content aliases" for archivers and link shortener services but not sure what that would look like.

                  PInterest censors "christian" for being "brand unsafe", while leaving "muslim" and "jewish" alonein whatever

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                  Yeah that caught my eye in the video was kind of surprised they didn't mention it.

                    Paedophiles should not be prosecuted for watching child porn and should be put on 'diversion courses' instead, new report saysin news

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                    Personally I dislike the practice of submitting archived links because it makes source less clear at a glance.

                    When we do user settings, I'd like to provide an option to automatically use archivers to handle links for certain domains at the end user side.

                    I think dropping archive links in comments is great too. But of course this is just my opinion; do what you want.

                    Edit: it should also be noted that in addition to making source harder to see at a glance, it makes it harder to use in space configs.

                      @Timcast: California is Becoming A Wastelandin bitchute

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                      Gets stuck occasionally, as I understand it it's powered by web torrents with a standard http fallback for compatibility.

                      I can't get this to play right now either.

                        Can I create a space to ban all the faggots who use a ~tag politics so I don't have to be aware of their faggot space?in whatever

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                        Collapsing command comments by default might be a reasonable thing to do even before it is configurable.

                          Can I create a space to ban all the faggots who use a ~tag politics so I don't have to be aware of their faggot space?in whatever

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                          This is another thing I want to achieve with the newer configs.

                          The ability to set comment collapse thresholds in a space.

                            To Evade Pre-Prohibition Drinking Laws, New Yorkers Created the World’s Worst Sandwichby go1dfishin politics

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                            This might have been more appropriate for t/history but I like it as a great example of the unintended consequences of government interventions.

                              Can I create a space to ban all the faggots who use a ~tag politics so I don't have to be aware of their faggot space?in whatever

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                              Kinda, they are what is used to store sidebars, and listing source as well as the pages linked in the footer.

                              This is the notabug.io sidebar for example:

                              https://notabug.io/user/CEyKrDd1xyPXpWSV00MgvnZY2VJLHXgzCvhMeDwKTYA.yjSq0DyXzzhB_ZXr_DzfJgij3tXU0-3t0Q5bJAtZpj8/pages/space:frontpage:sidebar

                              The URLs are pretty terrible and they aren't really collaborative since they are owned by a signle user so I haven't exposed them in the UI so much as wiki pages but you could use them that way.

                                Can I create a space to ban all the faggots who use a ~tag politics so I don't have to be aware of their faggot space?in whatever

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                                Yeah they are kind of redundant at the moment.

                                Though kind is most accurately one of: "comment", "submission", "chatmsg" or "wikipage"

                                A command still has a kind of comment.

                                This is just a quick hack, YAML space configs are definitely the future but want to spend a while in planning to make sure we get those right so we don't have to do this sort of transition again.

                                  Can I create a space to ban all the faggots who use a ~tag politics so I don't have to be aware of their faggot space?in whatever

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                                  Make a space.

                                  Use:

                                  ban type commands
                                  

                                  You won't see them at all (they will still show up in comment count) I want to add more flexibility to do auto-collapse rather than hide; but that won't come until after switch to YAML.

                                  Example: https://notabug.io/user/8nusKMFVI6hOCMIysO2abyTHuJFBlJqIvKCGjyVfjE8.thzgiH3zhKGFBc8UnqtypFgle4uFNADZP_0Xurg_f5Q/spaces/test/comments/bdaa5466bbc2261aeca9b15554f9b92e02efc52c/cop-kills-himself-and-there-was-much-rejoicing

                                  Will deploy to nab.cx shortly

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