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My secret projects is complete enough to share! I present Feather Wiki, a tiny, self-contained app that exports into a single HTML file:

alamantus.codeberg.page/Feathe

Think TiddlyWiki but as small as possible!

Is there a general web front-end for viewing outboxes (for viewing posts & boosts) for arbitrary accounts? Or do I have to make one myself?

Preferably front-end only (i.e. HTML & ).

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I read some issues on the Guppe repo, and it looks like posts *were* displayed but got removed because it didn't handle unlisted/private posts correctly. Sure enough, the code is just commented out:
github.com/wmurphyrd/guppe/blo

I can use that!

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Currently the only way to view a Guppe group's posts is to either 1) follow the group & see their boosts or 2) have a client that displays an account's posts within its own UI (like with Toot! for iOS).

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My specific goal in asking this is that I want to make posts sent to groups publicly visible without needing a Fediverse account/client to view them. (The current Guppe server doesn't display posts.)

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Is there a general web front-end for viewing outboxes (for viewing posts & boosts) for arbitrary accounts? Or do I have to make one myself?

Preferably front-end only (i.e. HTML & ).

1/3

@featherwiki I updated the website with my new harebrained idea to use labeled Issue templates to organize and separate different categories including discussion apart from bug reporting!

feather.wiki

Also, hosting through Tiddlyhost.com is mentioned!

Plus we also have our first gallery item: feather.wiki/?page=gallery

And to top it all off, version 1.3.0 is just around the corner with bug fixes, extensions, and more! Stay tuned!

@featherwiki I'm trying to use @codeberg for as much as possible with , but I don't have a good solution for general discussion. GitHub does have a Discussions page and I mirror the code there, so how annoying would it be to just use that when everything else would be on Codeberg?

If I could make certain labels selectable by regular users in Gitea or something then I could utilize Issues and have people self-label their posts and create a pseudo forum! But I can't see an option for "public" labels or something like that...

Any ideas or thoughts?

@featherwiki I'm starting this Guppe group for in case anyone on the Fediverse wants an easier way to find each other than just using the hashtag!

Learn more about Guppe groups here:
a.gup.pe

This just might be the coolest invention design I've seen all year!

en.futuroprossimo.it/2021/02/o

tl;dr: An electricity-free vacuum powered by springs!

produce a sentence that contains no information but sounds like it does

Whats everyones favorite search engine

Retoot for Exposure

I'm amazed by how well my extension code works for ! Simply revealing the Choo framework to the `window` opens up endless possibilities. I successfully wrote a search extension that loads Fuse.js from a CDN & injects a search box!

It's remarkable how bad bulk, pre-ground coffee tastes on a Monday after only using awesome beans from local roasters over the weekend

Denizens of the internet will do a lot to avoid reading things. I should know, I'm one of them!

The Chip and Dale movie was a glorious fever dream, and I enjoyed it a lot more than I ever could have expected!

I need to stop making a habit of releasing these at 1am, but I just put up a version 1.2.1 for with some bug fixes! Here are the release notes:

codeberg.org/Alamantus/Feather

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Not sure folk are aware that using Google fonts by URL in their CSS undermines the privacy of each and every site visitor, sending their IP to GG with every visit. How? Because with each visit they download the font from GG, not your server.

If you will use GG fonts, don't do this

@import url('fonts.googleapis.com/css?famil[...]

Download that font, and resource it locally instead

@font-face {
font-family: FontName';
font-style: normal;
src: url('../fonts/FontName.woff2');
[...]
}

Feather Wiki version 1.2.0 is now available! support has been added, the looks have been spruced up, and there's a new domain:

feather.wiki

That link has everything worth knowing about , so check it out!

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