Bite my shiny metal ass!
Bite my shiny metal ass!
So, to sum it up, Yarn reply interaction has issues while on mobile (I forgot to mention same applies to “Fork” while on mobile). I might follow Lyse’s (@firstname.lastname@example.org) advise, and “just don’t use it on your telephone, you social addict!” :-D
Yup, even when replying to myself I need to spam “Reply”.
I am replying again, just taping reply once. Once course, since I am replying to myself I don’t see my handle. For this one I tapped once on reply.
I am replying here while in “/conv”, on mobile now.
Tagging @email@example.com, so this doesn’t fall through the cracks. :-D
So, I found a few oddities while on mobile.
That doesn’t happen while on the desktop.
@firstname.lastname@example.org sounds good!
@email@example.com rats, I have got to sleep now. Almost 02:00.
@firstname.lastname@example.org I have to hit reply twice to see your handle pop.
Reply to “I’m starting to feel quite …” I am 100% on mobile.
Reply from Timeline.
Reply from Discover.
Reply from timeline.
Brand new twt.
Go to “Discovery”, and tap reply to anything.
It isn’t. 😩
I just hit reply to the “Which I think I fixed 🤔” twt.
Reply isn’t showing the handle of the person being replied to.
Let’s see now. This is a fork off https://twtxt.net/twt/iuxyejq, picked from “Discovery”.
@email@example.com Ugh, JS always come to mess things up.
Remember I reply, normally, from “Discovery”.
Now trying the fork on this one.
Hmm, maybe isn’t working right.
This is awesome! (in bed, but having a hard time falling asleep tonight). 😅
@firstname.lastname@example.org hmm, in that case SMTP might not be configured correctly.
@email@example.com check your junk location. It might be there.
@firstname.lastname@example.org pattern based filtering can get quite expensive, no? If not, then it would be nice to have, of course. And, as I wrote before, language.
@email@example.com add mute by language. 😊
@firstname.lastname@example.org you wrote;
“The Fediverse fractured, mostly because some percentage of users, had to find a way to silence those offensive to them, for the entirety of their instance”
It is called moderation. Often people can get away by blocking individuals. In extreme cases entire instances must be blocked.
I also don’t understand the sanitation you are referring to. You don’t interact with what you don’t like, or agree with. You won’t find nazis in my timelines, or fanatic religiosity. Everyone creates their own space.
If “this place” were to become one day unsuitable for me, I would move on. Not the first, not the last. I always ask myself first, though, “is it me?” Sometimes it is me, and I learn, and I try hard to change.
@email@example.com said it better than me. You don’t have the facts at hand, and your reply rose eyebrows, and least at my end.
Yeah, you know what? Just take it from me, and stop hurting your head with it: keep away from that shit. At least for now. It is absolutely worthless.
@firstname.lastname@example.org it is supposed to be fine, but it takes eons for clients to show you text you have posted.
@email@example.com a web client I used reported 1ms.
@firstname.lastname@example.org only one client. I was stumped myself, so I tried another relay to make sure. Same result.
I also came across Nick Fuentes, and other extreme right wingers. Not my kind of crowd.
@email@example.com I don’t care, as long as it is possible to upload a file (PDF in this instance, but why to stop there?) that can be linked in similar ways as images.
@firstname.lastname@example.org the rules, as they were planning it, were truly bad. I pay premium for 4K, and multiple devices. It is none of their business where those devices might be, as long as I pay the premium to play on them. Anything else is completely stupid, irrational, and I will not bear with it if, or when, it gets instituted.
@email@example.com 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! :-)
@firstname.lastname@example.org you and I, namesake, you and I! :-D
@email@example.com picture, or didn’t happen. :-P
@firstname.lastname@example.org I got it. Thank you very much for sharing!
@email@example.com it will be nice to be able to read in what context Weizenbaum wrote that. It comes from an article he wrote, “Social and Political Impact of the Long-term History of computing”, which I haven’t been able to find without selling my soul. I understand you are a scholar; could you “lend” us the article? PDF is fine. :-)
@stigatle I hear you. As always, hope for the best, but prepare for the worse. I am thousands of kilometres away, yet it is also always in the back of my mind.
@firstname.lastname@example.org anybody can run a relay. I briefly ran one today. There are hundreds out there.
And just like that, my affair with nostr is over. :-D
@email@example.com I found it, but also found it to be lame, and uninteresting. I am not going to get rid of my private/public keys, and probably will not uninstall the app quite yet, but unless something changes radically I don’t see me using it much, if at all.