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In-reply-to > 👋 Q&A: Let's discuss the removal of Editing and Deleting your last Twt. This is something @fastidious has raised to me on IRC and something I find quite a valid approach to this. Over time I believe the utility and value of "Editing" and "Deleting" one's last Twt isn't as valuable as we'd like and increased complexity and introduces all kinds of side-effects that are hard to manage correctly. I vote for the removal of this feature from yarnd, the mobile app nor API support this anyway...

@ionores hey you’re still alive! good to see you again!


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In-reply-to > 👋 Q&A: Let's discuss the removal of Editing and Deleting your last Twt. This is something @fastidious has raised to me on IRC and something I find quite a valid approach to this. Over time I believe the utility and value of "Editing" and "Deleting" one's last Twt isn't as valuable as we'd like and increased complexity and introduces all kinds of side-effects that are hard to manage correctly. I vote for the removal of this feature from yarnd, the mobile app nor API support this anyway...

@darch if a post contained personal information, this would be in violation of Yarn’s privacy and abuse policy. of course the pod admin could delete it. however as all things on the web… once it’s out there it’s difficult to contain. we could have a ‘dumbass’ clause that explicitly states ‘ Do not post personal or sensitive information on the web.’ 🤪


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In-reply-to > 👋 Q&A: Let's discuss the removal of Editing and Deleting your last Twt. This is something @fastidious has raised to me on IRC and something I find quite a valid approach to this. Over time I believe the utility and value of "Editing" and "Deleting" one's last Twt isn't as valuable as we'd like and increased complexity and introduces all kinds of side-effects that are hard to manage correctly. I vote for the removal of this feature from yarnd, the mobile app nor API support this anyway...

@darch Imho articles 16 and 17 relate primarily to data that is of a personal nature. I think the intent of those particular articles is not applicable to yarn as yarn collects and stores NO data of a personal nature- not even email addresses.
the articles do not specifically address opinions and the like which on other platforms are strongly linked to user’s personal information.


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In-reply-to > @developers maybe change the word ‘manifesto’ to ‘our story’. the word manifesto has quite negative connotations as it’s associated with serial killers and the like… 🥴

@darch fair point. ‘Manifesto’ to me screams unabomber, and I wouldn’t want to see Yarn go down the Parlor track.


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