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all contaminated things and events are unsatisfactory
right now I'm having conversation (I'm adding comments and getting response from topic starter) in a post of mokum user subscribed to me (but I'm not subscribed to her). the strange part is that I don't see this post in my feed at all. is it correct feed behavior? I believe I should see post with my comments if I'm getting mentioned with my username. Am I wrong?
I am trying to listen realtime rivers with original faye (node.js) client as suggested on API docs. All my posts -created by me- are delivered to faye client with "deleted" top level key. Did I miss something? How can I debug the flow? (I prepared a 30-seconds quickcast: http://quick.as/wgoi03wb)
This may or may not be a bug, because I'm not 100% sure how the permissions system works, but. If a limited-to-Mokum or private-to-friends-only account crossposts to a public group, the post has the asterisk or lock icon. If posts to public groups by less-than-fully-public accounts are public, that icon shouldn't be there.
i haven't checked if it was reported already, but if i open mokum from blank page, then edit my own comment on first page and submit it by hitting "return" on chrome @ iPad2 retina, comment changes successfuly, but after that every tap on every element and even on blank space opens keyboard.
Faild to retrieve this (NSFW) image with URL http://marianovargas.eu/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/lorena-en-...
I asked a friend to join Mokum so I could add her to a room I'm creating. She says Mokum "can't find" her email in order to send her a confirmation. It's an email address I mail her on all the time so I know it's working. Can an admin DM me so I can tell you the email address she's trying to use to register?
when I comment now the page refreshes to put the commented thread on top (losing the point I've been scrolling to). has something changed recently? if I remember well it didn't work this way until yesterday or so.
[Feature request] Currently moderators cannot invite anyone to a private room that they're not mutually subscribed to. I was wondering if this could be changed. I keep a small amount of subscribers because I talk very frankly about private issues in my life that most people don't want to know about. I converse with many more people here on Mokum than I subscribe to my feed. I've started a new private group and would like to be able to add people who've said they're interested without us having to mutually subscribe to one another first.
[Feature request] I know that the import feature requires time, and once in place it will help identifying and hiding lot of tweets that are just RT and are simply clogging my home for example. While waiting for that, what about a "hide by keyword" function? It was a third party script made for FF, and applied using Greasemonkey, that could hide entries based on a word or hashtag. I feel it would help also preventing spoilers, or some topics that may be annoying to the user...