#indieweb 2022-07-03

2022-07-03 UTC
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[tantek]
Has anyone figured out good practices for responses to limited audience posts? E.g. clearly it would be bad to post a public /reply to a limited audience post and include it in the public /reply-context, violating the audience expectations of the original publisher.
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[tantek]
how about something like a /like of a limited audience post? Even "just" a like might be a bad idea, even only revealing the URL of the limited audience post
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[tantek]
use-case: using your own website to like a protected account tweet
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[schmarty]
Seems ok if you can easily make a reply or like an /unlisted post
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[tantek]
that's a decent approach
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GWG
Who has limited audience posts right now?
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[schmarty]
All of us have limited audiences amirite heyoooooo
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[tw2113_Slack_]
i limit my audience to the expanse of anyone that actually finds my site. Beyond that, no limits
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[tantek]
Thanks to the Internet Archive, your public posts have the audience of all tomorrow's robots. For all time.
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[tw2113_Slack_]
Bad Luck Brian meme: they still get ignored due to lack of significance
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[schmarty]
Can't wait to become an unforeseen input vulnerability in a haphazardly trained ai
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[tw2113_Slack_]
escape your social media status updates schmarty!
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[schmarty]
My important catposting is only on my own website 😌
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