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In-reply-to > How long is the TTL of the avatar cache on twtxt.net? Changed mine yesterday. 🥴

@movq I think that you just need to change the avatar URL by appending an anchor or query string. Then this will get picked up once your feed is fetched and parsed. You probably don’t even have to post a new twt for that. I reckon updating the avatar metadata field is enough. But that’s all just from vague memories.


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Chlorophilia #12 from May: This photo always reminds me of the Orion Nebula by the Hubble space telescope or something like that. Not quite, my lovely friends the tadpoles and some very little fish are swimming around in a nearby pond. More shots from this hike into the woods can be found over here. If I’m not mistaken, that day my mate and I also encountered our first slow worm of the year.


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In-reply-to > We had the tiniest bit of snow in the morning, but 99% melted over the day. However, as expected our local mountain acted as a good snow storage. My mate and I called it a day quite early and went up there. The main path was closed off with a simple sign, that recommended to use the sneaky trail on the other side instead, so we followed that suggestion. Going uphill we noticed, that there had not been a lot of traffic and we ended up being the only two people up there. On the way back we just went down the main path without issues. My fingers froze a bit in the end, I need to get better gloves. Sorry, the images are a bit blue. https://lyse.isobeef.org/waldspaziergang-2021-12-07/

@prologic Very nice! :-) Have they ever experienced snow for real?


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In-reply-to > Hahaha, speaking of falling into YouTube holes, how about Boney M.'s Rasputin!? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=16y1AkoZkmQ Now, is that something or what!? I believe that was a German band.

@movq Haha, yeah! Very well explained. :-D Can’t add anything to that. It’s just weird. But the sound is good, that’s all that counts for music in my mind.


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In-reply-to > I fork bombed my computer! With ed(1)!!! Haven't done that in a while.

@anth Hahaha, nice one! So I reckon a single letter alias like e for ed and a second key stroke for Enter is too much, that’s why you now have a dedicated hardware button to launch ed? ;-D


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In-reply-to > We had the tiniest bit of snow in the morning, but 99% melted over the day. However, as expected our local mountain acted as a good snow storage. My mate and I called it a day quite early and went up there. The main path was closed off with a simple sign, that recommended to use the sneaky trail on the other side instead, so we followed that suggestion. Going uphill we noticed, that there had not been a lot of traffic and we ended up being the only two people up there. On the way back we just went down the main path without issues. My fingers froze a bit in the end, I need to get better gloves. Sorry, the images are a bit blue. https://lyse.isobeef.org/waldspaziergang-2021-12-07/

@prologic Thank you!


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In-reply-to > Hahaha, speaking of falling into YouTube holes, how about Boney M.'s Rasputin!? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=16y1AkoZkmQ Now, is that something or what!? I believe that was a German band.

But the cover by Turisas is better: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cdkBs0VCSX0 I also like the first comment a lot:

So we have a Finnish folk metal band covering a German produced disco tune originally sung by a group of Afro Caribbean singers about a Russian monk on an American website. God bless globalization, for without it we wouldn’t have this.


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In-reply-to > Ah, I completely forgot that EAV also made an English version of Ba-Ba-Bankrobbery! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4gSEhNPKT9g The Austrian band name EAV, Erste Allgemeine Verunsicherung, German for First General Confusion/Uninsurance, is a pun on the name of an Austrian insurance company. Fun fact: A resident loadly played this song when a bank in Vienna was robbed in 2007 until the police intervened. :-D

Hahahahahaaa, @movq, immer wieder gern zu Diensten! :-D Well, @fastidious, I think most European bands don’t make it over the Atlantic or even spread in Europe itself. Especially if they focus on their mother tongue. Which is not a bad thing in my opinion.


#bjl62ya
In-reply-to > We had the tiniest bit of snow in the morning, but 99% melted over the day. However, as expected our local mountain acted as a good snow storage. My mate and I called it a day quite early and went up there. The main path was closed off with a simple sign, that recommended to use the sneaky trail on the other side instead, so we followed that suggestion. Going uphill we noticed, that there had not been a lot of traffic and we ended up being the only two people up there. On the way back we just went down the main path without issues. My fingers froze a bit in the end, I need to get better gloves. Sorry, the images are a bit blue. https://lyse.isobeef.org/waldspaziergang-2021-12-07/

@fastidious Alright, I didn’t say anything. :-) Ta!


#6k2d4ca
In-reply-to > We had the tiniest bit of snow in the morning, but 99% melted over the day. However, as expected our local mountain acted as a good snow storage. My mate and I called it a day quite early and went up there. The main path was closed off with a simple sign, that recommended to use the sneaky trail on the other side instead, so we followed that suggestion. Going uphill we noticed, that there had not been a lot of traffic and we ended up being the only two people up there. On the way back we just went down the main path without issues. My fingers froze a bit in the end, I need to get better gloves. Sorry, the images are a bit blue. https://lyse.isobeef.org/waldspaziergang-2021-12-07/

@movq Thanks, it’s right on the edge I’d say.


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We had the tiniest bit of snow in the morning, but 99% melted over the day. However, as expected our local mountain acted as a good snow storage. My mate and I called it a day quite early and went up there. The main path was closed off with a simple sign, that recommended to use the sneaky trail on the other side instead, so we followed that suggestion. Going uphill we noticed, that there had not been a lot of traffic and we ended up being the only two people up there. On the way back we just went down the main path without issues. My fingers froze a bit in the end, I need to get better gloves. Sorry, the images are a bit blue. https://lyse.isobeef.org/waldspaziergang-2021-12-07/


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In-reply-to > Let's see, how tt's parser and lextwt behave. Nothing better than using PROD to do some experiments: @äöüß. Looks like at least tt will accept it as a nick. I have to admit, I'm quite surprised. Would have bet against it.

Alright, I didn’t try it, but in Go regexes one should be able to just replace \w with \p{L} and in Python regexes \w just needs the re.UNICODE flag. At least, that’s the theory. Now, before actually implementing this, we should carefully think about all the implications we’re creating with that. Also, I don’t know whether this is enough for scripts like Japanese or the like where there are no letters but “syllables”. (And now you know, that I don’t a clue about Asian scripts.)


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In-reply-to > Let's see, how tt's parser and lextwt behave. Nothing better than using PROD to do some experiments: @äöüß. Looks like at least tt will accept it as a nick. I have to admit, I'm quite surprised. Would have bet against it.

So I can’t register a new username in yarnd using the lovely nick äöüß. Let’s see, how Unicode and regex marry. Need to read up on that topic.


#cfqtzmq
In-reply-to > @prologic > Technically though this limitation doesn’t need to exist, but I’m not sure we should really change it either?

@fastidious @prologic At first I thought, that the original Twtxt Specification limited the nicks to be ASCII-only, but I was wrong. I couldn’t find anything in that regard. The reference implementation also allows it:

$ twtxt follow äöüß https://example.com
✓ You’re now following äöüß.

#hxermgq
In-reply-to > Darch comes from my last Mørch which means dark in Danish but it spell mørk when it is not a name. And since you can't use æøå I emails I just came up with sp_darch when I created my very first Hotmail back the late 90s. Pronounced: dark

@ullarah Technically you could use more special characters in the local part, but good luck getting this mail through other mail servers. Even nowadays e-mail address validation is completely broken on lots of websites and rejects even simple characters like +. A mate is constantly complaining about that, when he tries to sign up somewhere and wants to use a dedictated address for it to automatically move it into a certain folder. So you better limit yourself to alphanumeric, dot, minus und undercore. :-(


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In-reply-to > @movq Maybe I'm somewhat biased, because I had to use the bullshit implementation in Microsoft Excel, but I can't imagine the real thing being much better. 🤔

@movq It pops you modal message boxes with compilation errors in your face right while editing even though you didn’t press save. I had to use it once at my former employer. For this alone somebody should have been hung, drawn, quadrisected, revived, drowned, stabbed…


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In-reply-to > @lyse My goal was to keep the files at “a few kilobyte”. 100 lines of twts gets you to around ~25 kB, so I went with that.

@movq Yes, the date is also quite important in my opinion since I will most likely go with a date based rotation. I need to check the numbers but maybe quarterly or in high-traffic months even monthly. Not sure yet.


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In-reply-to > Darch comes from my last Mørch which means dark in Danish but it spell mørk when it is not a name. And since you can't use æøå I emails I just came up with sp_darch when I created my very first Hotmail back the late 90s. Pronounced: dark

@darch Cool! Up until now I went with the German “ch” instead of the “k”. Simplifies the pronounciation in my head a bit.


#rinhdba
In-reply-to > So the evolution of my nick is as follows. I had a bicycle that had the word Zephyr written on it. Which means a western wind. That is related to the Greek god Zephyrus.

@xuu Quite evolved, cool story! I always pronounced it in my head as “xuu” with an actual “x”. Now I know better.


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