@firstname.lastname@example.org And where are your “messages” stored? 😅
@email@example.com So I’ll see you at 1200 UTC? 🤔
@firstname.lastname@example.org Weird I don’t get it 🤷♂️
@email@example.com And 1ms is bad latency?! 😱 Really?
Sorry @firstname.lastname@example.org I lost track of time :/
I’m 15m late 😅
@email@example.com Out of interesst, what sort of latency were you getting with just one client? 🤔
Are you both sure it isn’t built on some Web3 distributed networking protocol? 😅
🤦♂️ I’ve been staring at two code-bases that make up parts of
yarnd for over an hour now, and my pod (twtxt.net)’s cache and database looking at why dafuq @firstname.lastname@example.org @-mentions of me in replies keep coming out as my @email@example.com feed (which I had/have as a backup) Hmmm 🤔
@firstname.lastname@example.org How do you feel about the fact that Nostr/Damus is really a distributed blockchain-type network though? 🤔 Does that not bother you? 😅
It might be possible to just allow more types. 🤔 Do we want to make this configurable at all from the settings? 🤔
@carsten How many have you seen swing by your pod? 🤔
@carsten Oh umm sorry, what was this about? 😅
@carsten This happens from time-to-time for some folks, really not sure why though as I’ve never been able to reproduce it. Please delete your cookies for your pod and that should resolve the problem. I might look at either rewriting the CSRF code or use a different library… 🤔
@carsten It is not 🤣 Far from it 😅
@carsten C# ?! 😱 Why for the love of god would anyone in their right mind develop something in C#?! 😅
My silence initially was not an invitation of my position on this. Both my wife and I read through the material, the (not to be linked) twt, and IRC backlog. Making fun (humour) of any protected class is NOT OK. I agree 👌
@email@example.com Wow ! 😱 I certainly didn’t want to try it before, and certainly don’t nw 😅
@firstname.lastname@example.org Very lovely pics as always 👌 What’s with all the logs that were cut down and left in.a neat pile? 🤔
@email@example.com Interesting that it performed so poorly when your tried your own relay. How many clients were accessing it at once? Overall I’m definitely not sold on it yet, while I do like fiddling around with new protocol stuff I am also very wary of the crypto-libertarian ethos that is driving the Nostr project.
Sure they were, Netflix. Personally I think they did it deliberately to test the waters and see just how much backlash they’d get.
@firstname.lastname@example.org I tried Iris, yes. Is OK. I proved to myself that Nostr will not work with just my own relay. Even if the latency is 1ms, all the clients will crawl to a stop with only my relay. It seems it is meant to use many relays, which I don’t like.
I also don’t have—nor want, not even free—any cryptocurrency, so that portion of the protocol is of no use, nor interest to me. Have fun, though! :-)
Figured out a few more things with Damus/Nostr today. Set up Lightning payments and did a 21 sat microtransaction. Successfully authenticated my ID with my own domain. Started finding interesting people to connect with and branching out from their followers. Also tried out Iris in the web browser.
@email@example.com Luckily, most of the WiFi stuff has been sorted, yeah. So no more compulsory commutes. I might go there, though, to play some Pool. 🎱 😁 But most certainly not every day.
You could have just looked at the alternative text of the image in the announcement twt. 8-)
Ah, shit. 🤦 😅
@firstname.lastname@example.org Oh crap, five weeks!? Hell, this is bad. :-( I don’t understand it either how we did that years ago day in, day out. Feels just so wrong. I hear you, I even complain if I have to come in once every one or two months. It’s a giant waste of time.
But did you get the WiFi finally fixed? Or has the insane commute to continue? 😰
@email@example.com It was muddy indeed (as witnessed by my hiking trousers and boots). But I’ve seen worse. We had rain for the last days, which is quite nice for nature, so I don’t mind it too much. I can hear the pattering just now. Quite calming.
Yesterday, I came into constant drizzling literally a minute after leaving the house for a stroll to the dairy farm. An hour later I was well-soaked, because I didn’t take an umbrella with me. Oh well. But I put on the backpack rain cover. Luckily, it’s semi-attached to the bag. I think I have to build some kind of dryer rack/stand/thingy so that I can hang my wet stuff over the bathtub to let it drip. Earlier I rinsed out my trousers in a bucket to get the majority of the mud off.
Exactly, we reckoned it is a Kleiber, too. You could have just looked at the alternative text of the image in the announcement twt. 8-) But it’s always good to have an independent second opinion that came to the same result. :-)
@firstname.lastname@example.org you and I, namesake, you and I! :-D
@email@example.com picture, or didn’t happen. :-P
The Nostr protocol really is a cryptobros wet dream. On Amethyst (the Android client), every account automatically gets a pointless blue checkmark - before it even has a name. You get the promise of free speech, in the marketing, but in reality, that predictably translates to bots, spamming vague porn ads and other suspicious links, new users begging for followers for a follow in return and most prominent of all, the people utilizing the great feature, to beg for cryptocoin change, without doing anything else and not getting any.
Oh, dear. I have to learn C# now. And I think, Razor, Blazor …. stuff. Next project I am assigned to. The ditched the whole Python thing because of, reasons??? 🤷
I am pleased to announce that I received new glasses. Still a bit different to wear. New frame of course too. But, everything is now very sharp, and I can already feel that my eyes are much more relaxed.
@firstname.lastname@example.org This looks like twtxt
It is a bit strange. When I view a YARN thread, I cannot reply. I always get an Error 400.
@email@example.com Bloody Hell x2 - yes it is!
So many SPAM users lately. And all they post are links to obscure websites.
@firstname.lastname@example.org That looks like really annoying german Matschwetter. 😅
It took me quite a long time to find out what bird that is, but I think I got it now:
Never seen such a tree, either. Then again, I don’t see lots of trees close up anyway. 🥴
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I’ve been to the office almost every day for the last 5 weeks (debugging WiFi in our various buildings) and it really took a toll on me. I’m exhausted. It’s so much overhead to drive to the office, a ridiculous waste of resources and time. How did we ever consider this normal? 😨
Not one traffic jam, though. Looks like lots of people are still working from home as well. Put another way: Back in the day, it took even longer to get to the office due to bad traffic! Oof.
@email@example.com I don’t know what happened. I agree, though: Not OK. I just wanted to leave this “+1” here, because your post shouldn’t drown in the noise, thus falsly creating the impression that nobody cares or that people silently disagree with you.
Good timing, it started to drizzle when we were nearly home again. Other than that the weather was a gray soup. My camera had a hard time with long exposures in this darkness.
We came across a section that was heavily harvested. 18 and 19 show 3.5 to 4 meter tall piles of logs. Several hundred meters were lined with stack after stack. On the one hand it was cool to stand next to it a big heap but also quite sad at the same time.
Hard to believe, but 13 and 14 is the same tree. We reckon that is a birch because of the white bark, but this cobble stone texture (for the lack of a better term) at the bottom doesn’t really look a birch at all. Neither of us has seen that before.
Truly don’t like the extra tap/click that’s required to gaining access to a new post. Whose idea was it to hide it behind “details”? Whoever was it, they can bite my shinny ass! >:-)
@firstname.lastname@example.org cool I poked my nose into that
@email@example.com I got it. Thank you very much for sharing!
Would it be horrible to add PDF as a file upload type to yarn.social? Or, can it already do that and I’m just being a lunkhead about it? Every time I’ve tried to upload a PDF I’ve gotten an error.