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André Staltz @andrestaltz Helsinki, Finland

Open source hacker. https://t.co/m7bLSWqe0W and @cyclejs

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@soapdog Me too my friend!About 24h remaining Second teaser: https://t.co/pUD58X7zRWExcited to see @dominictarr moving towards good encrypted feeds and groups in #scuttlebutt. https://t.co/0Vo1zdpAmEhttps://t.co/wDpRbmA2PQ
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9/24
2018
@thekitze What would make you mad? I'm interested in that :)Launching something big in 48 hours. First teaser: https://t.co/3XwiLPKjfv
9/23
2018
@jevakallio @framer The next big thing after Bootstrap webapps
9/21
2018
Quick reality check: if you think politics are polarizing in America, Brexit is a mess in UK, or disappointed with… https://t.co/A1U0Fw5dVZ @ken_wheeler So you hate just the bad abstractions? 🤠 @ken_wheeler Pretty much everything else above machine language and hardware is just piles of abstraction, so when… https://t.co/U0WNoPK499 @ken_wheeler Let's take a short walk through abstraction land, Ken. Hexadecimal base is abstraction for handling b… https://t.co/w50px7RMKU @swyx @jlongster @actualbudget Offline first, there needs to be a decent Web DB and Indexeddb is not the answer, UR… https://t.co/xMbqiXJaC9 @jlongster @actualbudget Beaker is a starting point, offline-first for sure, with a decent database and its API @jlongster @actualbudget Old fashioned of you will @jlongster @actualbudget The web is good but needs to be reinvented @erikras @jlongster @rafaelrinaldi @actualbudget Not yet... 🤠 @jlongster @rafaelrinaldi @actualbudget Right choice, fast, works everywhere, and data is not expected to scale ver… https://t.co/70et6rurLd @jlongster @actualbudget Just saying I love it that you built the database local-first with no requirement for inte… https://t.co/PrHettbgys @buoyantair Already did: https://t.co/Cm0nsg5cNL
9/20
2018
@verge Pretty crazy that the Verge is fine with categorizing @Timcast as white supremacist. What a sad inaccuracy. @silveira_bells Não é normal, com certeza :)
9/19
2018
I was going to write a Twitter thread on the EU's new Copyright Directive proposal and what it means to pioneering… https://t.co/UVfeTluN5d @erikras I'd say both FB and Twitter killed RSS. It was a relative death, not an absolute one like Inbox suffered.… https://t.co/GzIN6dVQIbWhen things like Google Inbox get discontinued, I'm reminded that people choose services from tech giants thinking… https://t.co/zfFl3N7ZVh @VincentTunru Hi! Thanks for the comment, but I prefer to make the date obvious for each article, so like academic… https://t.co/ogLPIOCrOpWas watching this great talk by Erik Meijer ( https://t.co/B64HExdxQX ) and was surprised and grateful he put… https://t.co/3snMSN8VTs @whimful ... both? I actually mean "chosen": content that I choose, or peers that I choose
9/18
2018
@DavidKPiano @BenLesh A game where you need to answer multiple-choice questions about operators, and unless you don… https://t.co/Bdwv43I5o0Rule of thumb when to use #Dat or #Scuttlebutt (SSB) for P2P apps: 🔸 Dat is good for chosen content from any peers… https://t.co/9xkW1dK4at
9/17
2018
Funding to rewrite Scuttlebutt in Rust! https://t.co/ea439z8gM1announcing the "rusty sunrise choir" 🔩🌅🙏, a team focused on evolving Scuttlebutt 🍑 beyond the working prototype era… https://t.co/yP3rprBeOR
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9/16
2018
@jevakallio @_philpl This pic looks like performance review meetingJeremy Lund (@Jeremy_Lund) gave a fantastic introductory presentation about @andrestaltz’s Callbags spec at… https://t.co/2fIoU8FVhH
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9/15
2018
@MarkoPolojarvi Either that, or we'll see the first breed of XR-first humans. I prefer what you said, too. @jonikorpi Definitely use nvm, not brew
9/14
2018
@castillo__io TechRelated: https://t.co/KpjktdlTLsI've been working 14 months on something that's now 97% ready and I can barely hold the excitement it to show you a… https://t.co/3QZp4DDO7I
9/13
2018
@guyverhofstadt #LinkTax will will hurt freedom on the internet and will not effectively stop monopoly of big tech.It's ironic that Google's reCAPTCHA is presented as a service to keep the robots out, but... It works through rob… https://t.co/AP3CBRsNLH
9/12
2018
@DanicFilip There was one implementation of that idea but I can't find the link now. Overall I haven't seen develop… https://t.co/FiyA9d4hwE
9/11
2018
@amasad I like to think as idleness as a blank page. Painters often start with a blank canvas @rauchg @amasad This is key insight that makes a lot of sense, and I haven't thought about before. Thanks. Lowerin… https://t.co/rK0kDt0Sjb @gozala @soapdog @dietrich "One small patch for man, one giant leap for mankind"
9/10
2018
@samccone Most common performance bottleneck: ads and trackers. How to fix it: delete them. This kind of advice a… https://t.co/Ap6mrfp20QWriting an app for @BeakerBrowser is just like writing a cool demo on codepen or jsbin, except later you don’t have… https://t.co/yVEOBu5Ply
Retweeted by André Staltz @KevinLozandier @kirilloid_ru @slicknet @kriskowal There are some things you can do with iterables (generators) tha… https://t.co/c0W8GOVW7q @bltavares Great! I don't have much time to work on it, but it's indeed a nice project and we should maintain it :)
9/9
2018
@Lucid00 @wakest Yeah Firefox also started with just that. I was ready to wait 2 years for Chrome to catch on, but surprised it was earlierI knew Firefox and Brave were onto embracing new decentralized protocols, but this, this surprises me! https://t.co/lb2hmBysHW @jevakallio What beard wax do you use to code this stuff? @elonmusk How do you reconcile "making humans multiplanetary" (expanding our physicality) with "virtual reality wil… https://t.co/vUlCFXpmNwInteresting, a secure decentralized social file system? SSB Drive is a proof of concept implementation of a filesys… https://t.co/LEYbOPOWOv
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9/8
2018
Have you listened to the latest episode yet? @jamie_jk talks to @thezelf @andrestaltz and @ZachMandeville about the… https://t.co/qe06guLLOj
Retweeted by André Staltz @The_lolness Not really, because context (e.g. thread contains related messages, or a message may be too long to fi… https://t.co/AkADzC8zgj @_ojkwon We use superagent in Cycle.js
9/6
2018
.@lisablanning has written a beginners guide to the decentralised internet for music fans/readers of @EBnet. It was… https://t.co/v6QLjbfj0P
Retweeted by André Staltz @kypeli @mellcetinkaya @dec23k Not entirely moot, Facebook heavily throttles connections through Tor, and Google ma… https://t.co/r5QksayxB9 @kypeli @mellcetinkaya @dec23k Try to use Google over Tor and you'll see what I mean. If you're lucky, you will hav… https://t.co/wfuX7t2dDx @kypeli @mellcetinkaya @dec23k DDG works the same to me whether I block cookies (100% all cookies) or if I allow co… https://t.co/0Zfvj1zCmq @kypeli @mellcetinkaya @dec23k Google does the latter: actively collaborates and gives data to them @kypeli @mellcetinkaya @dec23k The slide I linked to you @kypeli @mellcetinkaya @dec23k My point is: do you also trust the NSA? Because there's evidence that Google has bac… https://t.co/oTSbAXR8Ov @kypeli @mellcetinkaya @dec23k https://t.co/3gl61W3EaPBut sometimes it seems an inadequate choice. Content in movement creates bursts of unnecessary dizziness, and in ma… https://t.co/zcTi1x1IvIThere is something about the "gameplay" of scrolling which makes it addictive (too good UX). I remember when I firs… https://t.co/NUmH6G5hqQ @kirilloid_ru Yes DuckDuckGo has all that, except google apps of course @Niblince @stubailo Termux for Android and a small ergonomic Bluetooth-or-USB keyboard @xbill82 @FullStackFest Really nice meeting you Luca! @GolerGkA @andrey_sitnik That's not objectively true @jimutt Another suspicious thing is that Google Inbox takes 3x the memory of Slack, and Slack is already known to be bloated @kypeli DuckDuckGo even has features that Google doesn't, you're the one who raised the question so you tell me @kypeli In Search? Which features?Google search takes 3x more memory than DuckDuckGo and Google Maps takes 10x more memory than OpenStreet Maps. Is… https://t.co/r4uRcX8bKS
9/5
2018
@monfera @dinonysaur I also believe a % of people absolutely cannot be trusted, but I'm uninterested in crime-comba… https://t.co/7c6ws1EPFL @monfera @dinonysaur So the real question is about decentralization of power: do you trust a benevolent dictator to… https://t.co/Lyhmmpcm8r @monfera @dinonysaur I doubt you could build such technology without removing some legitimate use cases. The core i… https://t.co/csbVYRtJcV @monfera @dinonysaur The point here is that once you facilitate *everyone*, not just bad actors, the blame the tech… https://t.co/d5ivfCcXxh @monfera @dinonysaur Usually tech like Tor take the spotlight for facilitation bad actors, but Tor is built on the… https://t.co/3gLtz1FVIu @monfera @dinonysaur Okay good mental exercise, but try doing that for kitchen knives too. @whimful @FullStackFest Yep, a few
9/4
2018
First #sketchnotes of the #FullStackFest - talks by @andrestaltz @decode_dev @horeaporutiu & @rustbeltrae https://t.co/jvLgnWoylS
Retweeted by André Staltz @_c16n_ @decode_dev @horeaporutiu @rustbeltrae Beautiful! Thanks for sketching 💚 @FullStackFest Follow @FullStackFest to know when the recording is published. :) https://t.co/ef1F7vrphfA few slides from my talk at @FullStackFest today: "Reinvent the Social Web" https://t.co/nMFcFfxQ02 @brian_pearce @Stefffi E.g. if I had time I would build a GitHub-like app on Scuttlebutt that would connect you wit… https://t.co/F53czdys2l @brian_pearce @Stefffi Great question. That's what I describe as "communities of interest" contrasted with "communi… https://t.co/6F4KLS94mC @whimful @rpk0_ You'll love it, it's h u m a n e @x4d3 Dat is awesome! In the Scuttlebutt (SSB) community we continuously discuss how to utilize it, e.g. for archiv… https://t.co/DQmdmaMpSz @Stefffi @nicopace We can also talk during coffee break! Feel free to approach :) @kaeff A full answer can be found here (paper of the encrypted channels we use): https://t.co/05vZSM2zwR Also see the security model of Tor @brian_pearce @Stefffi "They" is a a plethora of communities, not one community. There is no single gate, you could… https://t.co/RVAZlhE6pc @Stefffi @nicopace That said, the filter bubbles on closed social web is *artificial*, they actively reinforce your… https://t.co/mpFhRysvgf @Stefffi Hi! In a way, yes. But this is natural, social bubbles have always existed, and they are also required for… https://t.co/ZO9IMk0K7u @michal_knapik Hi! Diaspora* is federated (servers need admins are should not go offline), requires password login,… https://t.co/nmxkFwF39m @kaeff Hi! There is support for connecting over Tor, and every peer-to-peer connection is encrypted. Or are you asking something else? @elviejokike Hi! It would close personal data to only the data owner and their friends (which is a good thing!), bu… https://t.co/HmtizPnM1D @cv13lm4 @FullStackFest Hi! Average storage per account (on my computer) has been 40kB. Each person chooses how muc… https://t.co/2iqop13qSgThe Internet of People as presented by @andrestaltz looks like a truly promising alternative to the current state o… https://t.co/XjhQSICCVd
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9/3
2018
Push/pull are not concepts specific to reactive programming. They help describe any kind of information flow on the… https://t.co/5rwVz5Pi4I
9/2
2018
@ken_wheeler You do write crossbow software tho
9/1
2018

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