Se me está ocurriendo hacer una visualización de twtxt.txt en HTML para que sea más fácil de observar… pensando
I was thinking more of having a simple script to have a human-friendly view, and to practice Ruby. Something like: https://github.com/my5t3ry/twi
That said, I didn’t know (or recall) about the IndieWeb, I’ll take a look to it, thanks!
@darch hey! I’ve seen your picoblog and pixelblog before, and I got to say it is just what I was looking for (sadly it’s in PHP =P, I haven’t touched it in ages)
Thanks for sharing!
@firstname.lastname@example.org To reply to a message or tread you add the hash-tag from the URL of the message your want to reply to in parentheses to the beginning of your message.
For this conversation or tread it would be
DATETIME (#k4xeska) your reply here...
@email@example.com ‘go’ for it ;)
@firstname.lastname@example.org Pixelblog should be mostly plug and play. No need for you to mess around with coding php.
@darch But I want to mess around!
@email@example.com Ruby or Python, pick your posion. Indeed it could be Go or Nim =P
I don’t dislike PHP, it’s only that I haven’t used it for years, maybe since the jump from PHP 5 to 7? I’ve heard good things about PHP 8.
@darch Oh, thank you! Let me try it
Hello to my english speaking friends! I’m trying to reply to a previous twt from the .txt file.
@firstname.lastname@example.org Hola amigo, it seems to work :)
BTW I’m using the Python twtxt CLI which doesn’t support the twthash, I’ve seen some ports to Go, but I wasn’t able to make them work, mainly due to my lack of knowledge in Golang. Any suggestions for a better client?