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@kwood
Kai Wood

* Author of the pnut-butter library [github.com]
* Creator of JellyTime [jellytime.net]
* Maker of RTPaaS(fp) [rss-to-pnut-as-a-service-for-pnut.link]

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@blumenkraft Because its rotated everywhere?
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@blumenkraft Getting closer: https://imgur.com/FCdUfZ4
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@blumenkraft Still working on that one. Stay patient 🖖
// @ludolphus
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@schmidt_fu On the bottom is the oldest unposted. The moment you register a feed, a timestamp gets set. every time you post, the timestamp gets set to the publish date of the feed entry. In a 5m Loop. One entry at a time. // @33MHz @blumenkraft
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@schmidt_fu It runs basically every strict 5 minutes. If there are more posts in any of your feeds, it pulls one from the bottom of the stack. This way it can never happen that a complete feed with 20+ entries start to spam. // @33MHz @blumenkraft
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@schmidt_fu Currently the description is ignored, yes. But the idea was to build some kind of a template language, to post like "New blog post $link $description #awesomehashtag". A template should expose basically anything, like $pubdate… // @blumenkraft
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@TheDimPause 🖖
// @blumenkraft
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@TheDimPause Fix is live, the new posts should now show the link instead of any null's. // @blumenkraft
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@TheDimPause Link as titel is easy. Give me an hour or so. Still on the train, but will be the first item on my todo when I arrive. Thanks for the feedback!
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@TheDimPause Would a simple link instead of the linked „null“ be Ok for now? I‘m working on the template system, so in the future it will be possible post the content of an entry too. That might take a couple of days until ready // @blumenkraft
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@TheDimPause I‘ll take a look at it when I‘m on my computer. Don‘t worry, this will get fixed quickly.
// @blumenkraft
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@schmidt_fu Still working on my personal quoting if I answer to someone 🙄
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Ok, parsing backend is now all-new and posts your feed correctly.
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@schmidt_fu Yep, logfiles say it can't be parsed I'll investigate what the reason is, normally *every* feed should work, despite the format, so there might be a big in the parsing module… Stay tuned, I see what I can do.
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@blumenkraft See, that's why I always try to cover all rabbit wholes when explaining something. Education pure :)
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@bazbt3 My brain parsed it as "unavailable" without even questioning the "in"-prefix, so perfectly fine. Time to send this in to whatever authority decides what should go into any official dictionary :)
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Works again (and is reboot-hardned now too, so it should basically never go down again).
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/cc @bazbt3

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