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  1. Comment on In the future, will there be considerations of having in-house wiki pages for groups? in ~tildes

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    We already have wiki pages. Here's the announcement topic. Unless you meant something different, then I don't know what you mean.

    We already have wiki pages. Here's the announcement topic. Unless you meant something different, then I don't know what you mean.

    9 votes
  2. Comment on Kazakhstan ISPs begin intercepting all HTTPS traffic in ~comp

    Bauke Link Parent
    The ZDNet article @Soptik linked explains it in a pretty simple way:

    The ZDNet article @Soptik linked explains it in a pretty simple way:

    The certificate, once installed, will allow local government agencies to decrypt users' HTTPS traffic, look at its content, encrypt it again with their certificate, and send it to its destination.

    2 votes
  3. Comment on What are you doing this week? in ~talk

    Bauke Link Parent
    There are a few but it really comes down to specifics because if all you're looking for is online git and issues/merge requests/... then they're both pretty much the same. The things that made me...

    There are a few but it really comes down to specifics because if all you're looking for is online git and issues/merge requests/... then they're both pretty much the same.

    The things that made me move my repos to GitLab were:

    • It has built-in CI/CD. On GitHub you'd have to go through Travis/Circle/AppVeyor or something to get that.
    • The development of GitLab is open, as opposed to GitHub being closed.
    • GitLab has free public and private repositories with no collaborator limit. GitHub at the time of me switching only had private repos available with premium. Now GitHub has them for free but there's a limit of 3 collaborators on them.
    2 votes
  4. Comment on What are you doing this week? in ~talk

    Bauke Link Parent
    You can also use GitLab Pages with custom domains, it's very easy to set up. No need to pay for hosting. :)

    I mean, I do want a custom domain, but I think I want to actually blog about stuff first and know that I'll keep up with my goal of at least one post a month before I go off buying domains and setting up paid hosting.

    You can also use GitLab Pages with custom domains, it's very easy to set up. No need to pay for hosting. :)

    3 votes
  5. Comment on Are 'Exemplary' labels no longer visible? in ~tildes

    Bauke Link Parent
    Alright, the "exemplary epaulette" then!

    Alright, the "exemplary epaulette" then!

    6 votes
  6. Comment on Are 'Exemplary' labels no longer visible? in ~tildes

    Bauke Link Parent
    It's there, if you link a comment however the exemplary stripe gets overridden by the linked comment color.

    It's there, if you link a comment however the exemplary stripe gets overridden by the linked comment color.

    6 votes
  7. Comment on Are 'Exemplary' labels no longer visible? in ~tildes

    Bauke Link
    They're still there, there's been no changes to suggest they're no longer visible. Do you have any examples of where they should be visible?

    They're still there, there's been no changes to suggest they're no longer visible.

    Do you have any examples of where they should be visible?

  8. Comment on [Suggestion] let's collectively use outline.com to avoid Medium's nuisances in ~tildes

    Bauke Link Parent
    I just made one with customizable whitelist (located in the sidebar), you can find it in my userscripts repo if you wanna look at the code or if you already have GreaseMonkey or similar installed...

    I just made one with customizable whitelist (located in the sidebar), you can find it in my userscripts repo if you wanna look at the code or if you already have GreaseMonkey or similar installed this link should prompt it to install (else you gotta manually copy it).

    The domains you add will match the entire link so if you add an entry that's just a it will replace every link topic's link that contains the letter "a". Any links that are replaced also get the topic icon replaced with a pink/cyan gradient circle and the topic source replaced with "outline.com".

    If you discover any problems feel free to PM me or just reply here. :)

    6 votes
  9. Comment on Reddit's redesign has been down all day, however mobile apps work, and old reddit works. Does reddit not use the same public API for the redesign? in ~comp

    Bauke Link Parent
    Reddit's statuspage also confirms there's an issue with desktop web.

    Reddit's statuspage also confirms there's an issue with desktop web.

    2 votes
  10. Comment on Dissecting A Dweet ~ Spiral Javascript Quine Explained in ~comp

    Bauke Link Parent
    I thought that too but I've never seen it actually print the source code, I've only ever seen it like this: > (function boop() {}) < [Function: boop] Similar to how it happens with objects: >...

    I thought that too but I've never seen it actually print the source code, I've only ever seen it like this:

    > (function boop() {})
    < [Function: boop]
    

    Similar to how it happens with objects:

    > ({}).toString()
    < '[object Object]'
    

    I was also playing around with it for a bit and found that you can do .toString() on the toString function and then it returns something like this:

    > (() => {}).toString.toString()
    < "function toString() {\n[native code]\n}"
    
    3 votes
  11. Comment on Dissecting A Dweet ~ Spiral Javascript Quine Explained in ~comp

    Bauke Link
    Great post! I love going on Dwitter every now and then and looking at all the cool things people have made so definitely keep it up! I love the explanations too. :) This kind of had me puzzled for...

    Great post! I love going on Dwitter every now and then and looking at all the cool things people have made so definitely keep it up! I love the explanations too. :)

    The u here refers to the code for the function itself.

    This kind of had me puzzled for a bit because u is the actual function so I was wondering how you get the source code from it and discovered that functions in JavaScript have a .toString() that you can call and it prints the source code. Which I guess is what happens under the hood of fillText(). :D

    4 votes
  12. Comment on Tildes Issue Log - June 2019 in ~tildes

    Bauke Link Parent
    I have no idea! :P I'm just spitballing and trying to figure out what the best way is to deliver the feeds to the peoples. I've not actually used RSS ever but I figure every post might as well be...

    I have no idea! :P I'm just spitballing and trying to figure out what the best way is to deliver the feeds to the peoples. I've not actually used RSS ever but I figure every post might as well be easily accessible through the feeds? So if someone would want to go back they can do it through the feeds instead of the website if they so desire. I won't actually add any new posts to the years that are over, it would be there more for posterity's sake than anything else I guess.

    Maybe I'm just overthinking this and I should only do the 5 (or more? is 5 a good number?) most recent posts and leave it at that.

    1 vote
  13. Comment on Testing max-width consistency. I don't see the need for it in p tag in comments on 1080p aka $size-2x - asdas dasdasd asdasasd asdasdasd asdasd asdasd asdsada asdasdas asdasda end in ~test

    Bauke Link Parent
    The actual max-width for the textarea is none, this way you can resize it however you want. The reasoning for having a max-width on comments is readability as @cfabbro points out, it's not fun at...

    The actual max-width for the textarea is none, this way you can resize it however you want.

    The reasoning for having a max-width on comments is readability as @cfabbro points out, it's not fun at all to have to go across the entire width of your screen to read stuff.

    3 votes
  14. Comment on Tildes Issue Log - June 2019 in ~tildes

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    Only if you wanted to have all of the posts at all times, I’m imagining the feeds to be like this: feed.rss The main feed that’s always the 5 most recent posts feed-2018.rss All posts from 2018...

    Only if you wanted to have all of the posts at all times, I’m imagining the feeds to be like this:

    • feed.rss The main feed that’s always the 5 most recent posts
    • feed-2018.rss All posts from 2018
    • feed-2019.rss All posts from 2019
    • ...
  15. Comment on Tildes Issue Log - June 2019 in ~tildes

    Bauke Link Parent
    Thanks so much for the info! May 2018 was the first ever post so that makes sense. For the content I’m just straight up copying the “post” section of the HTML so it’ll be identical to what you’ll...

    Thanks so much for the info! May 2018 was the first ever post so that makes sense. For the content I’m just straight up copying the “post” section of the HTML so it’ll be identical to what you’ll see on the site (apart from the TOC which broke my reader in my testing and also none of the styling of course).

    The point about limiting the posts to the most recent 5-10 actually gave me a pretty good idea I think, what if I made separate feeds for each year? (And have a main feed that’s just the 5 most recent posts?) I doubt I’ll increase the frequency of posts any time soon so 12 per feed max wouldn’t end up being that big.

    6 votes
  16. Comment on Tildes Issue Log - June 2019 in ~tildes

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    A little update for those of you that never left the 2000s and still use RSS, I just added RSS 2.0, Atom 1.0 and JSON Feed 1.0 feeds to the site. I'm not very familiar with using RSS/Atom/JSON...

    A little update for those of you that never left the 2000s and still use RSS, I just added RSS 2.0, Atom 1.0 and JSON Feed 1.0 feeds to the site. I'm not very familiar with using RSS/Atom/JSON Feed so I've kinda just done what I think was kind of ok? If any heavy RSS users here know what stuff I should include that isn't already (and any that I shouldn't include that is) let me know.

    I'm also not sure on the "layout" of the RSS, right now it's just one big file with every single post's HTML inside it. Should I have an RSS feed for each post instead with an index that links to them all or instead of including the HTML, link to the actual post page? Any clarification on that would be really helpful, trying to search for this online is a nightmare.

    8 votes
  17. Comment on Userinyerface — A worst-practice UI experiment in ~comp

  18. Comment on Tildes Anonymous: a UserScript that "hides" all usernames in the comments in ~tildes

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    To not clutter up ~tildes with a bunch of topics by me, I also just made a script that will let you hide and unhide topics in the topic listing using localStorage so it will be saved across...

    To not clutter up ~tildes with a bunch of topics by me, I also just made a script that will let you hide and unhide topics in the topic listing using localStorage so it will be saved across sessions, it's on my GitLab as a snippet again. A hide button will appear under the topic vote button and to unhide any you can find a list in the sidebar. If you find any problems let me know. c:

    10 votes
  19. Comment on Is there an easy way to make ctrl/cmd-enter work everywhere? in ~tildes

    Bauke Link
    I edited the title and moved the topic to ~tildes since that’s where these topics should go. If people don’t want to see these kinds of topics there’s a multitude of ways to filter them out.

    I edited the title and moved the topic to ~tildes since that’s where these topics should go. If people don’t want to see these kinds of topics there’s a multitude of ways to filter them out.

    4 votes
  20. Comment on Tildes Anonymous: a UserScript that "hides" all usernames in the comments in ~tildes

    Bauke Link Parent
    Haha, it's unfortunate the browser fixes that. I think I'm fine just leaving it as it is.

    Haha, it's unfortunate the browser fixes that. I think I'm fine just leaving it as it is.

    2 votes