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ben_thatmustbememattl: not bad, there are some limitations, but for this type of app it works quite well. honestly i did that app in a couple days, there are a lot of bugs and incomplete things, it was more as a proof of concept
Loqisnarfed: aaronpk left you a message 11 hours, 36 minutes ago: yeah go ahead and file issues! The yellow twitter icons are when it finds a syndicated post on twitter (and facebook and instagram). I should probably find a better way of displaying that though. http://indiewebcamp.com/irc/2015-03-18/line/1426735132614
gRegor`My processing (probably a mistake) processes the u-like-of and then sets a flag whether the wm is a like or not, but I haven't kept track of the u-like-of in the db. Still in the JSON, so I can add it without too much difficulty.
gRegor`I like tantek's suggestion of setting aside a fixed time (hour) to work on the *next* thing you want to blog about, and hone the topic down to the point that you can get it published within that time.
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kylewmJHSheridan: sure, you'll need to copy config.py.template to config.py, and fill it out wiht your database connection information (can just use sqlite if developing locally), and run run install.py to generate the tables and such
WilliamDhalgrenon that, I thought I'd use my past reddit comments as a source for ideas and very rough drafts (some comments are rather long) for early posts. anyone have experience in getting one's data out of reddit? I was able to query my comment history but what I quickly tried in console only gave a 999-element long list of past
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KartikPrabhufahrstuhl: yes. redwind was made by kylewm for his own use which is why documentation is sparse. Maybe there could be a wiki which enables a community documentation as redwind gets more adoption
fahrstuhlKartikPrabhu: Yeah, I know, happens with my personal projects, too. (I did expect slightly more documentation because it's featured rather prominently on the projects page on the wiki but I think, I'll manage :D )
WilliamDhalgrenon an unrelated note, found out I have a right to a free domain! state provided. awfully official and fully connected to your civilian identiy but that's about perfect for a base of authentication :)
WilliamDhalgrenlike, I was thinking about somethin like circles in G+. segregating what content I show to which groups of people. but unless they're identified to the system when they look at my page, it can;t contain content tailored to them. Now to require them to log in for each person they follow likely becomes a chore fast, even if it is just one click and one text field.
KartikPrabhuacegiak: perhaps WilliamDhalgren is refering to the fact the once you are logged into Twitter or such you don't have to re-enter your credentials to use Twitter log in on Medium for instance