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I’m fine with that though. Also, threading needs to work better. I strongly dislike the way it works at the moment.
My search engine project is becoming more and more of an interesting problem to tackle but I still haven’t finished the refactor of socii.
I’m going to aim for a release before 2020 is out, which means some features will be missing…like photos.
How would that work?
I prototyped a VCS based on git using Node.js and then Microsoft made a bunch of Github stuff free so I stopped. Now I’m thinking of getting back to my concept and merely using Github as a mirror and bookmark folder of fav’d repos.
A wiki that anyone could change without waiting for approval would devolve into spam and probably become a cesspool. In the early days of the Internet, it seems like everyone was positive and excited to be a part of it because it was new and limitless.
People today take the Internet for granted and use it as an outlet for their frustrations and/or try to use it in a way that harms others.
The only way for real wikis to exist in this climate is for them to exist in closed/private communities with likeminded people.
Ah, I see.
I should probably share what I’ve been working on with the new socii but I just moved into my new place hours ago.
My desktop computer and desk is still on the moving truck, which has a wide window to appear. Still, I think I have enough to share.
This is an excellent point and is also a reason why the self-hosted web and decentralization will (most likely) never take off. Unless something is virtually frictionless, it’s not getting done without extensive effort.
That’s interesting, have further thoughts on this?
I spent the past couple days trying to get a circle progress bar working for audio and quite frankly, fuck that.
I’ll get back to it later.
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