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Co-Captain Armada.Digital
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| Love to promote #Indieweb #CivicTech #Dataviz #RSS Curious about #Blockchain and the future of work by enabling #platformcoop

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Ricardo Mendes

Moved our killer monitoring solution powering our social media tools to @inoreader cc @armadabxl

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GitHub - RSS-Bridge/rss-bridge: The RSS feed for websites missing it

The kind of tool I was looking for since a while and was instead using third-party services to reach the same goals but with lots of problems or broken features, this here will be the perfect piece of code to spice up my ongoing news monitoring !


 

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Worldmap of #mastodon users

network monitoring : https://mnm.eliotberriot.com/dashboard/db/mastodon-network-overview

Ricardo Mendes

Amazing server monitoring dashboard at https://dashboard.congress.ccc.de/

Ricardo Mendes

Loving the setup @indiewebcamp using IRC/Slack + Wiki = collaborative backend + collaborative monitoring of all things

Ricardo Mendes

@holden I have read it all before replying, but even before talking RSS (that I heavily use and in fact implement basic monitoring for clients using this widely available protocol) I want to reply about your idea :

Your idea to me sounds like a mix of Quora and a Wiki. I love the idea but I don't understand why or how it would imply RSS is dead. No seriously.. Something can be dead for your use of the Web and simultaneously completely alive for tons of other profiles and widely used even if without much bragging about it.

I'm not a coder, so I can't help develop your idea but I think in your idea an RSS implementation would allow me to subscribe to discussion, hell your idea could even integrate from the get go and Allow the open web to answer and interact with it like I'm doing right now on my on site back to your tweet.

Behaviors change but open protocols only die when privatized (take Facebook Instant Articles, its basically RSS feed that publishers are providing) but even that is certainly not the end for RSS.

Open Protocols, Let's make them thrive!

Ricardo Mendes

Monitoring and I can't but notice that (as it is) is a limited tool to actually have good conversation, the pressure of the 140 characters is maybe one of the thing actually pushing people nerves, in the sense : they know they can't argument in that limited space, so they try a few times and than if no common sense, the exchange almost always end up like a cat fighting. Insults and ultimately blocking. End of the conversation.

I think more space will give less pressure to people and those capable of arguing without freaking out will see this change as a game changer to actually be able to use .

Ricardo Mendes

Funny use of like @tweetdeck https://devspace.io/ - monitoring a bunch of @Github projects

Ricardo Mendes

je viens de prendre http://ricardo-mendes.be pour mon CV media

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