ivan minutillo
@ivan@campground.bonfire.cafe
Castellonorato

Océane: Ooh I see, my bad then. Yeah 2000 words seems high enough, even for a French person. Tbh I've considered dumping Le Capital to see what happens 😅

someone made a similar try and broke the campground - that's why we prioritized this feature 😁

toontoet: Looking for some #valueflows here. Are there any examples on this demo?

@toontoet not on this instance, here we have enabled only microblogging features (plus some bonfire custom ones like circles, boundaries). The only way to test VF specific extensions atm is to run a local instance with Cooperation FLAVOUR enabled

Jeff: @mayel @ivan Wow this was a tough one to find.
It's happening in the smaller post composer that pops up on the bottom right of the screen. Using a Mac, Google Chrome, 1700px or wider screen.

So for some reason when I reply, the Content Warning is being enabled by default. If I KEEP it enabled, then the space on this smaller posting window isn't being recalculated (minus content warning box space), and when I get to the end of the box, it runs over and I can't view what I'm typing.

So I had figured I had hit a "hard stop" and it wasn't allowing any further entry. I tried two different themes and it happened on both. Happened on three different themes, so no...

@box464 @mayel ah also added an indication in composer with the chars limit that @mayel introduced some weeks ago, which disable the submit button when surpassed 😊

Jeff: @mayel @ivan Wow this was a tough one to find.
It's happening in the smaller post composer that pops up on the bottom right of the screen. Using a Mac, Google Chrome, 1700px or wider screen.

So for some reason when I reply, the Content Warning is being enabled by default. If I KEEP it enabled, then the space on this smaller posting window isn't being recalculated (minus content warning box space), and when I get to the end of the box, it runs over and I can't view what I'm typing.

So I had figured I had hit a "hard stop" and it wasn't allowing any further entry. I tried two different themes and it happened on both. Happened on three different themes, so no...

@box464 @mayel thanks, took the occasion to do a proper refactor of the composer, took a while but worth it! I've included a new option in setting preferences to switch between a non-blocking composer layout to a focused one (prob naming create confusions, the non-blocking is the default one, that let you navigate the feeds and pages while composing your post, while the focused layout opens the composer in a modal, so that the user has a distraction-free view to focus on the post)
I've tested the 2 options and fixed the responsive with CW open and closed and with virtual keyboard turned on / off. A bit more testing for the different browsers, here a video:...

Jeff: #bonfire_feedback
This may be a bit of a different perspective on the Circles, Boundaries and Roles concepts. I have a parent with #Dimentia that loves social media.

Would it be possible to setup an account so that they can ONLY interact with users within specific circles and boundaries? And even further - limit that user's response types (like, retweet only)?

@box464 I think we have almost all the building blocks in place to implement such feature (the recent development of groups and topics can be relevant as well).
It would require to build custom UIs and develop ad-hoc features on top of such building blocks to make it happen.

The high-level picture that cross my mind would be something like this:

  • Alice create a new custom role called "Bob space"
  • Bob space defines the circles bob can reach and how they can interact with him
  • Family circle: made of 12 members, users in this circle can read, like, boost, mention and reply to bob's activities
  • Friend circle: made of 59 members., users in this circle can read...

The new release includes among other things:

  • 🎨 improved themes consistency and a11y
  • 📱 improved mobile responsive
  • The layout has been adapted to the latest mockups in preparation for groups and topics (it may feels a bit weird ATM to have the left sidebar emptier than before, but it will be filled with groups and topics 🙃
  • several bugfixing ( you can follow this milestone for more details github.com/bonfire-networks/... )

mayel: @ivan @jl nice! Though we used to be able to select a preferred light and dark theme for the System option...

@mayel @jl maybe we can make it clearer in the text that selecting system will inehrit the choosen dark or light theme accordingly

Jorge Luis: Whenever you find some spare time, please fix the themes 🎨
#bonfire_feedback

@jl I was neither fond with the current way of switching color mode and themes, it was quite bugged and confusing, it took some time but I think that's much better and clearer: loom.com/share/62342f100cf64... some minor issues (atm we have to reload the full page to active the choosen theme, maybe we'll find better ways later)

despens: @despens The threading works ok, but the [-] and [+] widgets to fold and unfold thread branches is not that great because they're not used to add or remove something, just to show and hide nested items. I'd suggest using the classic caret instead like it is common for directory structures

@despens fixed in the next release, thx