@flancian It was an open source federated site, basically like mastodon, except it displayed posts in a tree view. You can see the source here: https://gitlab.com/Agora-Project
It was never really finished, and will probably need to be updated besides. I'll add some old screenshots of it as well. These ones are really outdated, but I think they show the basic idea. XD
@Angle would you be interested in cooperating/collaborating/joining [[flancia collective]] with no strings attached?
@Angle apologies for the delay! I had to context switch and this thread ended on my todo list. Thank you for reactivating!
@Angle I meant to send this link to you in the previous message, but the bot failed :) my code is buggy.
@flancian Interesting! Okay, I'll give it a try. Anything in particular I should look into contributing too? And, if someone were interested in helping me with my current project, Omnicraft, that would be cool. I could use some expertise with code optimization and testing, in particular.
@Angle nice, I'm terrible with graphics/physics (coding in general?) but I'll give it a try and pass it around!
@flancian Graphics and physics aren't actually the big thing I need to optimize right now - that's data management and networking, I think. Graphics could probably use some work, but I don;t think they're that big a deal right now, and I've only implemented the absolute barest and most minimal physics at the moment. :/
@Angle thank you for asking!
[[go/agora]] is the main repository. ([[agora bot]] should respond to wikilinks with links to known sources.)
@Angle did you get a notification? I wonder -- if you don't mind sharing. I've just implemented this and it behaves differently on Twitter and on Mastodon, so it's hard to keep track of user experience sometimes :)
@Angle were you able to see the links anyway in your default writing experience as you were interacting with my messages?
@flancian If I click on your messages to view replies, I can see An Agora responding, but not otherwise.
@Angle in your opinion, is this the right default behaviour? Or should the bot at-mention you to trigger a notification?
I see it as a virtual buddy of sorts, so I don't mind having them tagging me along. But I don't want to be intrusive.
@Angle oh my friend, right you are. thank you! that's the perfect behaviour.
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