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Well, i did find some folks to follow using twtxt via the web-y twtxt.net, which is like an updated version of twtxt, but still built on the underlaying file format. Gods help me, i'm now thinking about writing a client for this. I'm about 99.99% sure this will not happen. More likely to look at the txtnish client, as there might be an easier way there for me to hack on it, rather than writing a whole new thing.
Totally going to start celebrating Imbolc! ☀️
Apropos of nothing, i really want some 🍩's. Like, a lot.
Finished with January! Really, February is the worst month of the winter, so, in my mind, we are almost done winter! Just have to get through this month!
Found some more interesting plain-text tools. The first twtxt I already setup with a feed here: https://www.theorganization.net/twtxt.txt. No idea if i will keep it up, but i love how simple it is. This came from a discussion about all the work being done on "distributed platforms", to get away from the likes of Twitter and FB, and how they are so complex to work with. twtxt is so simple. I love it.
Next is klog a text file based time tracking tool. Again, love the simplicity. And really good documentation about the format.
Actually, both projects have great documentation. Which is lovely to see. I think the twtxt thing is kind of dead in the water, but i guess it is hard to know, since discoverability is very opaque. I certainly have no one to follow! :)