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"Problems are Solved by Method" πŸ‡¦πŸ‡ΊπŸ‘¨β€πŸ’»πŸ‘¨β€πŸ¦―πŸΉβ™” πŸ“βš― πŸ‘¨β€πŸ‘©β€πŸ‘§β€πŸ‘§πŸ›₯ -- James Mills (operator of twtxt.net creator of Yarn.social 🧢)

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Recent twts from prologic

Trying to figure out how to fix the Open Teating track in the Play Store so users actually get the right damn version on Android with Google Play 😳

Why is this so hard πŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈ


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In-reply-to > Apple Reaches Quiet Truce Over iPhone Privacy Changes Apple has allowed app developers to collect data from its 1 billion iPhone users for targeted advertising, in an unacknowledged shift that lets companies follow a much looser interpretation of its controversial privacy policy. Financial Times: In May Apple communicated its privacy changes to the wider public, launching an advert that featured a harassed man whose d ... ⌘ Read more

@eldersnake Sad really that Apple caved 😒


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In-reply-to > @lukas I think this might shed some light on the background. Bottomline, @prologic used (and registered the domain for) twtxt originally---his yarnd pod still runs at twtxt.net---which was the name chosen by buckket for his client, and format specification.

When I first started out this was literally just a web client and noubing more and was just a toy called prologic/twtxt πŸ˜†

Today however it’s far from just a toy and nothing really like Twtxt at all πŸ˜‚ (despite the fact we still use the spec)


#btewxba
In-reply-to > Apple Reaches Quiet Truce Over iPhone Privacy Changes Apple has allowed app developers to collect data from its 1 billion iPhone users for targeted advertising, in an unacknowledged shift that lets companies follow a much looser interpretation of its controversial privacy policy. Financial Times: In May Apple communicated its privacy changes to the wider public, launching an advert that featured a harassed man whose d ... ⌘ Read more

@slashdot Booo 😒


#tzvukta

@lukas Couple of questions btw…

a) Do you mind if I add your pod to an internal ad-hoc script ./tools/check-pod-versions.sh – Mostly used by hand for the time being.
b) Is your pod intended as a single-user pod or mulit-user?

If the later, do you want it listed on the landing page? πŸ€”


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In-reply-to > This is soo cool @lukas πŸ˜…

@lukas Too bad πŸ˜… Pod peering information only updates once per day πŸ˜‚ But I’m so happy you got your pod online! Please let us know if there’s anything we can do to improve setting up and configuring a pod! We have a WIki which we hope to continue to populate with documentation that doesn’t fit on the landing page πŸ‘Œ


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In-reply-to > @anth Also mate... No reason you can't reply with the "thread" in tact in whatever client you're using now πŸ˜… We dropped the URIs so just reply with the (#xxxxxxx) in tact πŸ‘Œ

Oh wait you did πŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈ Nevermind! Some time ago we started stripping the Twt Hashing from our clients so we don’t even notice now πŸ˜‚


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(#okclp6a) @lukas Oh thank goodness! πŸ˜‚ I was just now trying to figure out how to reach out to you to see if I could help πŸ€— Glad you got it sorted!


Is there something we can put into our Wiki or change some backend behaviour to avoid whatever mishap you ran in to? πŸ€”


#ks2mtaa
In-reply-to > Darpa Funded Researchers Accidentally Create the World's First Warp Bubble Reeses writes: The Debrief just reported that DARPA just "accidentally" created the world's first warp bubble. From the article: Warp drive pioneer and former NASA warp drive specialist Dr. Harold G "Sonny" White has reported the successful manifestation of an actual, real-world "Warp Bubble." And, according to White, this ... ⌘ Read more

@slashdot Is this for real? πŸ€”


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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/

@lyse I showed my two daughters too πŸ˜… They loved it! 😍


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