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How to normalize TrustNet rankings? 6 days ago

From Joseph Turner to ~breatheoutbreathein/u4u

Hi Alex,

I hope the new year is treating you well!

How can we normalize the results provided by TrustNet's `getRankings`
method? An example to illustrate my question:

Given some trust assignments like:

[
  {
    src: 'alice',
    dst: 'bob',
    weight: 1

Re: Exploring TrustNet + u4u a month ago

From Joseph Turner to ~breatheoutbreathein/u4u

I like the idea of automatically assigning 0 trust to all peers which
lack a manual trust assignment. This would improve the UX by making it
possible to display a list of "new" or "unknown" peers, ensuring that
users never lose track of a peer they once found in u4u.

Still, users might want to be able to search through all trusted and
unknown peers. This is where the functionality of `getKnownURLs` would
come in handy.



> * moderators
>
>   Use TrustNet's `getMostTrusted` and `getAllTrusted` with a second

Re: Exploring TrustNet + u4u a month ago

From Joseph Turner to ~breatheoutbreathein/u4u

I like the idea of automatically assigning 0 trust to all peers which
lack a manual trust assignment. This would improve the UX by making it
possible to display a list of "new" or "unknown" peers, ensuring that
users never lose track of a peer they once found in u4u.

Still, users might want to be able to search through all trusted and
unknown peers. This is where the functionality of `getKnownURLs` would
come in handy.



> * moderators
>
>   Use TrustNet's `getMostTrusted` and `getAllTrusted` with a second

Re: Exploring TrustNet + u4u a month ago

From Joseph Turner to ~breatheoutbreathein/u4u

I like the idea of automatically assigning 0 trust to all peers which
lack a manual trust assignment. This would improve the UX by making it
possible to display a list of "new" or "unknown" peers, ensuring that
users never lose track of a peer they once found in u4u.

Still, users might want to be able to search through all trusted and
unknown peers. This is where the functionality of `getKnownURLs` would
come in handy.



> * moderators
>
>   Use TrustNet's `getMostTrusted` and `getAllTrusted` with a second

Exploring TrustNet + u4u a month ago

From Joseph Turner to ~breatheoutbreathein/u4u

Hi Alex! This is a response to your response to this issue:

https://github.com/cblgh/trustnet/issues/6

> I'll have a look at your request re: including trust weights @ 0! It kind of goes against the
> semantics a bit, but a trust threshold of 0 is of course also not really the scenario I built
> netsim for—which is a winded way of saying, it could make sense! Especially since you want to make
> use of it :)

Thank you for being open to exploring this idea!

I'd like to clarify my understanding of TrustNet's semantics. The trust
spectrum table in your blog post https://cblgh.org/trustnet/ pairs a
trust weight of 0 with "new person." In a chat system like Cabal, random

Re: [builds.sr.ht] Builds fail on non-default branch 4 months ago

From Joseph Turner to ~sircmpwn/sr.ht-discuss

I am experiencing the same issue. Did you come up with a solution?
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[PATCH] lexers: add .jsx and .tsx as a javascript (until they get their own) 6 months ago

From Joseph Turner to ~martanne/devel

---
 lua/plugins/filetype.lua | 2 +-
 1 file changed, 1 insertion(+), 1 deletion(-)

diff --git a/lua/plugins/filetype.lua b/lua/plugins/filetype.lua
index 3cd234e..0ff8197 100644
--- a/lua/plugins/filetype.lua
+++ b/lua/plugins/filetype.lua
@@ -208,7 +208,7 @@ vis.ftdetect.filetypes = {
		ext = { "%.bsh$", "%.java$" },
	},
	javascript = {
		ext = { "%.cjs$", "%.js$", "%.jsfl$", "%.mjs$", "%.ts$" },
		ext = { "%.cjs$", "%.js$", "%.jsfl$", "%.mjs$", "%.ts$", "%.jsx$", "%.tsx$" },
[message trimmed]

Re: Unlisted repositories are listed in todo.sr.ht 9 months ago

From Joseph Turner to ~sircmpwn/sr.ht-discuss

>Do not post about security issues on the public mailing list.
>
>Email me DIRECTLY to address these issues. This is written up on the
>docs, the IRC channel, every bug tracker, and every mailing list. Pay
>attention or someone is going to get hurt.

Thanks for the reminder. I'll do that next time.

>Thankfully, this is not a security issue, but a misunderstanding about
>how sr.ht works. Two issues:
>
>- Bug trackers and repositories are totally separate. Your bug tracker
>  is not "for" your repository except in so far as you decide it to be
>  by convention. The software has no awareness of this. If you don't

Re: Unlisted repositories are listed in todo.sr.ht 9 months ago

From Joseph Turner to ~sircmpwn/sr.ht-discuss

>I'm curious -- how did you create the tracker?  I ask because I think
>this gets back to what I was saying in my previous email:

When you create a new repo, there's a little "New project checklist"
which appears in your repo. I clicked "Add bug trackers", and it created
a new tracker for me.

>> I don't know that it's explicitly tied to the repository as such.
>
>In other words, you have a tracker with the same name as an unlisted
>repository, but might that be the extent of the connection between the
>two?  I am not a srht power user and have not used the todo feature
>myself.

Re: todo.sr.ht on the web renders emails weirdly 9 months ago

From Joseph Turner to ~sircmpwn/sr.ht-discuss

>The content on the web view is being interpreted as Markdown, hence
>backticks and so on working.  In this case, the backslash is interpreted
>as an escape character, and so it vanishes, escaping the following
>double-quote.  There is not an easy solution to this, other than perhaps
>putting the backslash in backticks.  (At least in CommonMark-compatible
>Markdown, backslashes are not interpreted as escapes in backticks.)

Thank you! Good to know about putting backslashes in backticks. This
resolves this thread for me :)