eapl.me@eapl.me

eapl.me@eapl.me

Human Level 36, Engineer 🔧, scientist 🔬 y co-creator of organizations 🌱, living in Mexico 🌎, and working with people across the world 🗺️ y, learning to enjoy life! Texts and links on https://eapl.me

https://eapl.me/twtxt.txt (How to follow)
eapl.me@eapl.me
for video-game courses... All the university uses it 😬
In reply to: #k6ie4ua 6 days ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
daaaamn...

I haven't used Matrix in ages, just Telegram, WA, Discord and Teams... I think I got used to those. Perhaps that's because none of my acquaintances is in Matrix or XMPP, what am I missing?
In reply to: #4xdp7oa 1 week ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
I had forgotten a bit this twtxt...
How are you doing these days ?
1 week ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
"We need our sensitivity to be hurt in order to grow. If we protect our feelings, we become cyclical, remain impoverished, frustrated, stagnant. You need a love, a coach, a boss, an influencer, a stranger who emotionally wounds your worldview so you can then redirect that anger/pain it causes you towards an analysis that helps you eliminate/optimize much of what you're doing."
—A.
2 weeks ago
eapl.me@eapl.me 2 weeks ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
eapl.me jumped to Ruby League 🔻
185/140 calories burned this week!

https://fit.eapl.me
2 weeks ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
well, I like that name uninformativ.de ! Has more personality than the other one, I think

And I read this article, and didn't make the connection to your domain!
https://www.uninformativ.de/blog/postings/2022-04-21/0/POSTING-en.html

I'm still looking for a typed Python, but let's see if it comes natively in 3.13 or something
In reply to: #62vi2ma 2 weeks ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
After getting used to it, I'm loving this date format:
2024-02-06

I liked '6feb2024', although isn't as international as the former.
And... '06/02/24' is awful, don't use it!
2 weeks ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
Well, I'll describe basic microblogging actions as:
Reply - Extend a conversation, create a new twt in reply to another
Boost, Retweet, Repost - Silently show a twt to your followers (maybe to share some interesting URL to follow based on that twt)
Quote - Start a new conversation based on a previous twt (debatable, for instance Masto doesn't have this one, has to be done manually)

To go back a few steps I was checking this doc:
https://dev.twtxt.net/doc/twtsubjectextension.html

Reply is already covered there. Allows to tag someone with @nick1 which I think is good enough to start following that URL to see the whole conv.
For quoting, I like your idea of using '>'
It could be something like
{{{0}}}

Finally for boosting, there's no syntax to do that.

Since I was using
[lang=en]
to define a twt in a language different than the default one, I was thinking on something similar.

Perhaps
{{{1}}}

Meaning, "hey! see that twt with hash # from that URL"
In reply to: #tjevvyq 3 weeks ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
I'm thinking of a kind of 'boost' or 'retweet/repost' for twtxt, so it can help with discoverability of interesting people to follow.

Something like
[BOOST][URL]
[QUOTE][URL]"Snippet"
3 weeks ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
Ha, this is cool. Has its flaws, although is easy to remember.


An RNG that runs in your brain

https://www.hillelwayne.com/post/randomness/
3 weeks ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
And this one is cool as well 👀
https://ncase.me/sim/?s=prey

🦊 & 🐰
In reply to: #ef3x2ia 1 month ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
Ha, these visualizations are cool and really easy to grasp!
https://ncase.me/ballot/

I should use them in some next course.

My Master's thesis was on digital ballots, so it's always appealing to think a bit on how to 'fix' elections. Spoiler: It doesn't matter.
1 month ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
New links every hour!

I'm thinking of having a snapshot of an specific hour, to make it easier to share the link
https://eapl.me/links/

One from this hour:
This story will change the way you think about your friends
https://stack.betwixt.life/p/this-story-will-change-the-way-you
1 month ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
Interesting analysis on how to shuffle playlist with different artists

How to shuffle songs?
https://engineering.atspotify.com/2014/02/how-to-shuffle-songs/
1 month ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
Would this work to read better? 📚
https://www.jiffyreader.com

Let's try out!
1 month ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
I was reading on "Shareware Heroes" that this model was relatively common in the era of BBS. Not Open Sourced, although you could buy the code, or old versions were released...
In reply to: #dcvfsmq 1 month ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
👀 Indie RSS reader

https://cblgh.itch.io/rad-reader
1 month ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
looks nice!

Good idea reusing that engine (based on Wolfestein was I reading?) for a racing game 😀
In reply to: #p6gk6qa 1 month ago
eapl.me@eapl.me

[...] my server logs it shows that your site pulled in the useragent as https://eapl.me/twtxt/?url=https%3A//neotxt.dk/user/darch/twtxt.txt with bytesypider from bytedance?


Didn't know of bytesypider and bytedance, I assume those are bots, although I no idea why they are pointing to that address to your site
https://wordpress.org/support/topic/psa-bytedance-and-bytespider-bots-recommend-blocking/

twtxt-php isn't sending User-Agent headers as it's in the original spec:
https://twtxt.readthedocs.io/en/latest/user/discoverability.html
Or the discussion there:
https://github.com/buckket/twtxt/issues/109

I think it could be easy to implement 🤔

Since relying on HTTP logs could be inconvenient on some servers, there were ideas of using WebMention or some HTTP endpoint to inform who's following your URL (like on Gemini Antenna).

From what I've read, timeline and yarn has experimental support for Webmention. Could @prologic or @darch share some insights on that?
In reply to: #djhawzq 1 month ago
eapl.me@eapl.me

What is the difference between twtxt-php and timeline from sorenpeter?

twtxt-php is a minimalistic client based on another PHP project, you can see it on https://eapl.mx/twtxt
timeline is a better-looking Web app, with support for markdown, images gallery... you can see it here http://darch.dk/timeline/

twtxt-php is not actively developed, its core was merged into timeline

Does it have a way to follow feeds from the web ui?

Yes, but you have to be logged in. Currently can only add URLs, not edit or unfollow.

I was looking at it and what prevents someone from downloading the .config file and getting the password?

An .htaccess file

Also how would I generate a totp password to use?

That part is missing on the Web side, there is a commented PHP code to do that
https://github.com/eapl-gemugami/twtxt-php/blob/master/libs/TOTP.php#L121

Although you can find a better TOTP onboarding on https://fit.eapl.me
In reply to: #djhawzq 1 month ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
yarn is really cool, go for it!

Also, if you are looking for some lightweight and unfinished client, I could recommend the PHP script I'm using to reply here.
Started as a raw PHP script to twt and reply from my phone, running from a shared hosting, then evolved into twtxt-php on Github and parts of it were merged to
https://github.com/sorenpeter/timeline

And it's live here:
http://darch.dk/timeline/

The idea behind it is having 1 instance, and 1 .txt for each account, not using any database but only the .txt. Kind of experimental although works good enough 🙂
In reply to: #5xky32a 1 month ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
main problem with encrypted stuff is a good ratio between usability and security, when usability is "easier than what we already know", being IRC, Whats, Discord among others. Where I should keep my messages even if my passphrase or keys are lost.
And security is that black and magic box that is supposed to keep my privacy.

Interesting challenge!
In reply to: #zxib3ra 1 month ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
These days I've researching on encrypted messaging, and this one took my attention 👀
https://unsigned.io/software/LXMF.html
1 month ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
#Pokle #543
🟩🟨🟩⬜🟩
🟩⬜🟩🟩🟩
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poklegame.com


Today's was easy 🤔
1 month ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
lucky aussies 😀, here we are still yelling with 20Mb wireless connections 😅

An interruption every 20 minutes is normal now 😠

I should change my office soon, he #justRantingToTheVoid
In reply to: #rskibqq 1 month ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
ha, I remember being a kid on the 90s and mind-blowed of seeing a pool/billiards game made on QBasic. Didn't know of trigonometry or physics, so for me it was like magic.

Never made a game like that (I don't enjoy digital billiards, got to say) but was always on my mind of something cool to exist.

Congrats!
In reply to: #sdzpmwa 1 month ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
I was hibernating my digital life since last few weeks, anyway if you are reading this thanks for doing so, and I wish you a nice new life cycle!
1 month ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
sure! Assign me a ticket on Github or something to check it soon!

And happy Xmas, holidays or whatever you are celebrating over there!
In reply to: #fh4u7va 1 month ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
On Hobby projects vs. Professional ones, and all in-between
https://hackerweb.app/#/item/38689869
2 months ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
Today headache was forgetting that in a computer I have thousands separated by , and in another with .
2 months ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
Today's talk with members of #SuperHappyDevHouse felt nice.

Some interesting question was, how do you solve problems in return for money?
2 months ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
Wow, Why Do You Hate Your Life That Much?
https://simone.org/life-hate/
2 months ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
Playing Oracle of Ages on Switch...

I'm not enjoying at all the Game Design. Has its moments, but nothing compared with Awakening or Minish Cap 😐
2 months ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
interesting part is that that Jr. is not used to work with dictionaries and tries to use it as an array. Has been an interesting challenge.
In reply to: #7slgu4q 2 months ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
My #AdventOfCode2023 has been calculating statistics for manufacturing 😆

Today was processing a list of states (e.g. A from 6:40 to 7:25, B from 7:25 to 8:15) and getting what happened hourly from 6am to the next 24 hours.
Put timezones into the equation for more fun.
And finally explain all that to the Jr.
2 months ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
never used Turbo C++, although I have good memories of QBasic and QuickBasic.

The help was amazing. You pressed some F key on a keyword, and you got an explanation, example code and a kind of Wiki to keep exploring and learning...
In reply to: #txfbuaq 2 months ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
haha... AoC just started today and someone had the good idea of creating their challenge on November, so... 😅

Something I don't like from Advent of code, is that there is a challenge every day. In December I want to rest a bit! I think a weekly challenge would be enough for me 😮
In reply to: #hzu4kfq 2 months ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
My 1FA is Probably Better than Your MFA
https://clearops.substack.com/p/my-1fa-is-probably-better-than-your

Yep, I've always thought of authenticating with Key pairs on the web. We have something similar for Gemini, although that protocol by itself is very hipster.
And the alternative WebAuthn/Passkeys is pretty tricky to implement and not universally supported, although was designed with good intentions for the massive public... Result, (almost) no one uses it
2 months ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
"Congratulations. You solved the challenge 1 successfully! You have obtained 100 points. You now have 100 points!"

https://codember.dev
2 months ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
Wasn't aware of this Salty Chat app for Android (I assume there's one for iOS)
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=salty.im.saltychat

I like trying new chat apps, although I need more hipster friends using more than Whatsapp and Discord 👀
2 months ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
sure! I was thinking of 5-8 hours a week and about 15 USD/hour, although both are negotiable.

How could we talk? Jitsi, salty.im?
In reply to: #7nmei5a 2 months ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
well, I don't have the same amount of 'flight hours' but if it's open to learn, bring it on, hehe
In reply to: #tasz76a 2 months ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
Hey twxters... I'm looking for a freelancing on Python/C#/PHP, backend... I you are in a cool project or know one, let me know!
2 months ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
Life is going slowly, and that's not bad, although it feels strange.
2 months ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
#winterIsComing 🥶
2 months ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
This game is looking nice. Reminds me a bit of A Dark Room.

https://store.steampowered.com/app/1948280/Stacklands/
2 months ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
Ha, this is gold!

Raymond Chen Interview (19:31)
https://youtu.be/HDicLHBvQQM
2 months ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
I'm trying this extension to have a tree of tabs on Firefox, slightly inspired by Horse
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/sidebery/
2 months ago
eapl.me@eapl.me
bookmarked! That guy's blog is amazing, the interview should be good
In reply to: #qzuylfq 2 months ago
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