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I quit Newsboat three days ago without noticing. Well, now that I think about it, I remember again. I was compiling it from source to test my latest fix. So this evening I got plenty of new articles after starting it again.

One entry was yours, @mckinley@mckinley.cc. The Ladybird note in https://mckinley.cc/notes/atom.xml links to the Tor Browser note. Anyways, interesting project you’re following there. I reckon that metric isn’t too bad to find bloated HTML and CSS.

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In-reply-to » Every saturday evening we either bake pizza or make nachos, we then watch a movie together as a family, we have done this every saturday since our first child was born 10 years ago. We all look forward to Saturday evenings :)

@stigatle@yarn.stigatle.no Great. Black cumin seed on top makes pizza twice as good. My mouth is watering if I just think about it. :-)

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In-reply-to » I have a bot where you can register your exercise routines. So now I have a few months of data, and I'd like to do something with it.

@eaplmx@twtxt.net This is cool! And painfully reminds me of getting my Kraftwerk done. :-/ Maybe provide a separate view where it doesn’t sum over everything but shows the numbers per day or what ever time unit you’re using. What kind of exercises are you doing? Perhaps split the graph by exercise category and see how the numbers compare.

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In-reply-to » Every saturday evening we either bake pizza or make nachos, we then watch a movie together as a family, we have done this every saturday since our first child was born 10 years ago. We all look forward to Saturday evenings :)

@stigatle@yarn.stigatle.no Awesome, is it pizza or nachos today? Homemade pizza (basically anything) is very yummy. Which movie did you select this time? I bet it has to be something with snow to build up the anticipaction for tomorrow. :-)

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In-reply-to » We went on a rainy afternoon hike. Contrary to common belief, this is actually pretty nice. It didn't rain too hard, so hiking boots, rain trousers and rain jacket with integrated hood is all that's needed. Just the pattering of the rain on the hood makes for a harder conversation, but it's relatively quiet everywhere else. Once overcome, I always enjoy these rainy days outside a lot. Well, if it doesn't pour down too crazy. In the end the rain even stopped and there was even a decent red sunset, that I missed to capture on film, though.

Thanks, @stigatle@yarn.stigatle.no. Oh, that’s cool. :-) Mate in Berlin told me that they also had the first snow of the season this evening. But down in the south we’re still facing 5°C in the night, so snow will have to wait.

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In-reply-to » We went on a rainy afternoon hike. Contrary to common belief, this is actually pretty nice. It didn't rain too hard, so hiking boots, rain trousers and rain jacket with integrated hood is all that's needed. Just the pattering of the rain on the hood makes for a harder conversation, but it's relatively quiet everywhere else. Once overcome, I always enjoy these rainy days outside a lot. Well, if it doesn't pour down too crazy. In the end the rain even stopped and there was even a decent red sunset, that I missed to capture on film, though.

@justamoment@twtxt.net Yeah, I just don’t do it enough.

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We went on a rainy afternoon hike. Contrary to common belief, this is actually pretty nice. It didn’t rain too hard, so hiking boots, rain trousers and rain jacket with integrated hood is all that’s needed. Just the pattering of the rain on the hood makes for a harder conversation, but it’s relatively quiet everywhere else. Once overcome, I always enjoy these rainy days outside a lot. Well, if it doesn’t pour down too crazy. In the end the rain even stopped and there was even a decent red sunset, that I missed to capture on film, though.

Road through the yellow golden woods surrounded by orange foliage
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Road through the yellow golden woods surrounded by orange foliage

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In-reply-to » @prologic For all the twtxt archeologists out there, that is the historic moment on how it all began. Unfortunately, yarns doesn't seem to have all (?) of prologic's archive feed, but somehow mine, hence only my replies show up when I search for that conversation. Quite weird. Maybe user error, no idea. But it must have been after the twt hash change, so the hashes should match, as seen by the first link in this twt. Anyways, I reconstructed that conversation by hand using the archive feeds: https://lyse.isobeef.org/tmp/avatar-story.txt

Btw, @prologic@twtxt.net, I reckon the yarnd generated archive feed URLs are not stable and thus kind of contradict the Archive Feeds Extension, which states:

Once they are made public, [archive feeds] are supposed to be left alone and won’t receive further updates. Deletion or editing is still allowed, but feed authors should not expect clients to retrieve archived feeds on a regular basis (or at all).

Looking at your main feed URL https://twtxt.net/user/prologic/twtxt.txt, the prev points to https://twtxt.net/user/prologic/twtxt.txt/1 and that in turn links to https://twtxt.net/user/prologic/twtxt.txt/2. Here the chain ends. That means whenever a new archive feed is generated, the URLs change. Or viewed differently, the URL suddenly provides a differnt content. That probably causes clients to not update their caches properly, because they always see the same …/twtxt.txt/1 in the main feed’s prev and think that nothing changed, which contradicts the promise of the spec.

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In-reply-to » @lyse, what's the story behind your avatar? Is that the A-Team van built out of Lego bricks?

@prologic@twtxt.net For all the twtxt archeologists out there, that is the historic moment on how it all began. Unfortunately, yarns doesn’t seem to have all (?) of prologic’s archive feed, but somehow mine, hence only my replies show up when I search for that conversation. Quite weird. Maybe user error, no idea. But it must have been after the twt hash change, so the hashes should match, as seen by the first link in this twt. Anyways, I reconstructed that conversation by hand using the archive feeds: https://lyse.isobeef.org/tmp/avatar-story.txt

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In-reply-to » @lyse, what's the story behind your avatar? Is that the A-Team van built out of Lego bricks?

@mckinley@twtxt.net It’s exactly that vehicle! :-) But there’s not a real story behind it. In the beginning @prologic@twtxt.net invited me to create an avatar. So after some unsuccessful deliberation I finally opened my cabinet, picked out this little feller and quickly built some scenery to take a photo. In higher resolution: https://lyse.isobeef.org/avatar-3000.jpg (yes it was dark when I took the photo)

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In-reply-to » That's pretty cool. Earth now weighs six ronnagrams. New metric prefixes voted in France: https://phys.org/news/2022-11-earth-ronnagrams-metric-prefixes-voted.html

@movq@www.uninformativ.de I learned them also fairly late. But ordinary mortals ususally don’t come in contact with these very often. :-) I think I actually never used them myself. For a long time I thought zepto and yokto as well as zetta and yotta were reversed, because z follows the y in the alphabet. But in fact they come from the Latin and Italian sevens and eights.

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For the upcoming weekend you’ll get a triple nature special. Let’s start off with the cloudy view from three days ago:

Cloudy view over to the colorful woods
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Cloudy view over to the colorful woods

And yesterday:

Golden leaves in the morning sun
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Golden leaves in the morning sun

Closing wih something more substantial. This morning I didn’t think I would go out without an umbrella. But the weather god ment well for us, rain stopped for our afternoon hike. Autumn is just beautiful, we never tire of looking at the colored leaves.

Fog in multi-colored trees
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Fog in multi-colored trees

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In-reply-to » Comparatively speaking extremely boring. Not many leaves left.

@movq@www.uninformativ.de Cool! :-) Yeah, GPX files is all I would need, too. In Kraftwerk I added GPX support. I pulled out a few stats with the pygpx library. The trajectory was rendered on top of an interactive map provided by OpenStreetMap. Getting the OSM stuff to work was quite a challenge, though.

Next time I come across a GPX file, I’ll check out GPXSee, never heard of that. When I used OsmAnd myself years ago, I also made use of the offline maps feature. But I’m sure I did not have to pay anything. I thought it was even open source software, could be wrong though. Up until now I didn’t even know that there are multiple applications out there with the same name. Hmm.

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In-reply-to » Great, last system update broke something, building from current master I get:

@xuu is our man, he’s killing it today! He fixed the lexer and also prepared a new yarnd version. Testing it locally, it works like a dream:

Conversation showing properly
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Conversation showing properly

Now that I updated my feed with this twt, all yarnd caches should hopefully receive a new twt with the correct hash, once they refetch my feed.

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In-reply-to » @lyse why do you avoid to bring people here?

I’m still following you, @carsten@yarn.zn80.net, hence can’t be too bad. :-P I talk to my uni mates daily in IRC, so at least there’s that. They’re similarly minded, but of course, there are also topics where we all disagree with each other. So you gotta find a healthy balance. :-) With other, non-IT real life friends, you just gotta stick to some common subjects and activities. Some know I have some “crazy” opinions, but they’re used to that and accepted it in the meantime. It’s okay for both sides.

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