Can one run a local instance of notabug on the local LAN?by eleitlin notabug

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In that case no indexer is required and you shouldn't remove the reference to notabug.io, and you can run without redis (but tends to be slower)

Let me know how it goes.

    Can one run a local instance of notabug on the local LAN?by eleitlin notabug

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    You could, would be same as this: https://notabug.io/help/knownpeers

    But edit the peer-configs.json file to remove the peer reference to notabug.io

    Then you will have your own island. If you run into problems pop into chat and I'll try to help.

    I don't currently have any plans to IPFS (not sure it would work directly since IPFS is immutable) but I have been focusing on keeping the data structures simple so that they could potentially work over any transport system.

    Edit: actually will be a bit more involved, if you're running your own island it will require running your own set of oracles as well which gets more difficult and requires redis. I'm working on making this process easier.

      Why @MacRoweNick is still an Ignorant Motherfuckerin ignorantmotherfuckers

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      Yeah indexer has some performance issues I’m working to improve.

        Feds Can't Force You To Unlock Your iPhone With Finger Or Face, Judge Rulesby go1dfishin politics

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        There have been some cases of that involving extenuating circumstances like reliable witnesses having already documented the contents of the thing they want to decrypt as I understand it.

          Feds Can't Force You To Unlock Your iPhone With Finger Or Face, Judge Rulesby go1dfishin politics

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          The law was already against them being able to force you in those cases already as generally understood.

            go1dfish re: NAB.CXin whatever

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            Should work now. Internally there isn't much difference between /t/all and the sort of space configured as nab.cx's homepage.

            The main advantage of having the homepage set up as a space is maximum configurability of things like sidebars and stickies and eventually themes and whatever other customization we add to spaces.

            It would likely make the code simpler and more elegant if you were effectively always in a space of some sort and that may eventually happen.

              Liquid Tension Experiment - Freedom of Speechby go1dfishin music

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              Fun fact: I'm pretty sure I was at this concert, I know I saw one of their shows in LA on this tour with the same setup at least.

                Twitter is now blocking links from the Sci-hub[.]tw domain @Sci_Hubin politics

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                I have no idea what this is (some tweets are saying twitter fixed it?), but if it isn't CP then there isn't any potential of me breaking laws where strict liability is a concern.

                https://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/strict_liability

                https://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/mens_rea

                  Shared Reddit Logins Space for Reddit privacy (please make & add your own logins too!)by redditsuxin privacy

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                  Don't use [ or ] in your topic names, that's what's causing the issues for this user.

                    nab.cx is now available for those who think /t/all/hot should be the frontpageby nab.cxin notabug

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                    Shouldn't be too bad, esp if that's all you want to do.

                    https://notabug.io/help/knownpeers will get you started. You'll want to change the owner config to a public key of an account you create.

                      The Web We Have to Saveby go1dfishin technology

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                      This article is from 2015; things hadn't gotten this bad yet.

                        username:JealousFerret2. Password:123456by redditsuxin [redditsharedlogins]

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                        ^ this guy gets it.

                        When spaces are easier to use overall I'll give them a reddit style creation button with sidebar callout. For now they are somewhat intentionally gated behind geeky stuff because you should be prepared to dive into geeky stuff and put up with development changes when creating a space at this time.

                          nab.cx is now available for those who think /t/all/hot should be the frontpageby nab.cxin notabug

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                          I operate this, it isn't really a separate peer it's just a different renderer process on the same machine using the same database/indexer/gun server configured to have nab.cx be the default space owner.

                            This is reddit's CSS parser code for sanitization. It uses TinyCSS with property/function/token_type whitelists for validation and translation of image referencesby go1dfishin notabug

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                            To safely support space stylesheets that are compatible with existing reddit classic stylesheets we need a javascript equivalent of this process with some modifications.

                            Instead of transforming image names our parser should detect external references and provide a list that we can use for warnings/opt-in purposes.

                            Alternately we could look at building a server-side process that runs this python code (or some other non-js implementation) as a trusted oracle.

                            The oracle approach is probably easier, but it harms decentralization, is not as scalable and doesn't allow for real-time validation of your stylesheet while you are editing it.

                            If someone else wants to step up to port this to JavaScript that would allow me to continue focus on moderation concerns.

                            I've done some research into available javascript CSS parsers.

                            Best option for our purposes seems to be either https://github.com/postcss/postcss or https://github.com/reworkcss/css#readme I lean towards postcss

                            Things we need to be cognizant of when building support for user styles: https://jakearchibald.com/2018/third-party-css-is-not-safe/

                            Maybe it makes sense to use the oracle approach as a short term solution?

                              Somewhat Important: If you have created a notabug account in 2018 you should log in and post/comment/chat at least once so your account data can be upgraded/migrated for a new format. Otherwise 2018 content will not be visible on your profile pages after 2019/02/11by notabug.ioin notabug

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                              I don’t want it to be just a redirect, it’s probably going to be a render only peer on the same machine still powered by the same indexer with a different default space owner.

                                I'm making progress on my javascript OS development platformby x0x7in domains

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                                Funny, I haven't looked at voat's codebase for this and that's how I've been thinking about handling it.

                                But more as a click handler combined with some sort of expando playlist functionality to allow you to do things like play a video and navigate to different pages while it plays.

                                  Testby x0x7in whatever

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                                  Worked for me.

                                    username:JealousFerret2. Password:123456by redditsuxin [redditsharedlogins]

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                                    The brackets in your topic name appear to be causing some issues.

                                    I suggest keeping topics alphanumeric and with _, will probably lock that down more in validation/schema at some point.