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/ig/ - Ideas General Anonymous 03/25/2021 (Thu) 04:16:26 [Preview] No. 29
Share various ideas you may have, that you may not able to achieve due to funds, time, lack of technical knowledge, whatever may be..
These can be software ideas, script ideas, modeling ideas, anything goes.

The point of this is to spread your ideas, in hopes that someone may like it and be able to work on it for the community.


Anonymous 03/25/2021 (Thu) 04:27:47 [Preview] No.30 del
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Suggestion:
A privacy oriented, lightweight, FLOSS, self-hostable front-end for JAVLibrary. (Similar to Invidious, Nitter, Bibliogram, etc.), however this would be for JAVLibrary.

This reason behind this is, it could provide users a more privacy friendly way to fetch database data into programs such as Jellyfin, for this type of content.
It would also provide a significantly better browsing experience, and could offer list tracking. Maybe some kind of federated feature over ActivityPub to connect with others, leave comments, and discuss stuff too.

This could possibly be extended, to be a "mega-frontend database". So for example, it can grab information from many database sites, such as AniDB (For Hentai/Anime), JAVLibrary, Caribbeancom, TheMovieDB (For just movies), TheTVDB (For TV Shows).


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Anonymous 10/09/2021 (Sat) 11:42:00 [Preview] No.66 del
I've been thinking about how to sort all the shit I've downloaded over the years. I mostly download hentai games, anime, 2d/3d patreon stuff and videos, and it's a massive pain to catalogue, I thought if it's possible to crowdsource the sorting process while at the same time providing some sort of file sharing.


Anonymous 01/15/2022 (Sat) 22:15:20 [Preview] No.101 del
>>66
Different anon, but for my file organization needs, I plan to use a combination of:
- tmsu
- ranger + custom commands
- incrond
- date-based file storage

Goal #1 is to keep ~/Downloads clean.
For that, I'll be using ranger with some custom commands that I'll write to move and tag files to various directories based on date of download.
When I want to find the file later, I'll rely on tmsu tags to help me.
If I feel like I want to move files from ~/Downloads to their archival location automatically, I will use incrond for that.
The archival locations would look like:
- ~/Documents/YYYY/MM/
- ~/Music/YYYY/MM/
- ~/Pictures/YYYY/MM/
- ~/Videos/YYYY/MM/
Files would be stored there based on date of download.
Most of the human work will be in the tagging process, and
I hope I can customize ranger enough to streamline that potentially tedious task.

Goal #2 is to be able to find files quickly.
If anyone knows of a file manager that could potentially integrate tmsu queries, let me know.
My ideal would be to type a tmsu tag query into a file manager and have it be reflected in the UI immediately.
I know that tmsu offers userfs mounting, but navigating its directory structure is not as nice as I would like.


Anonymous 01/15/2022 (Sat) 23:05:10 [Preview] No.102 del
Watching a thread while being banned, I often find myself wanting to respond but being unable to do so.
What if there were a userscript that allowed a side conversation to exist along side an existing thread.
The data for the side conversation would be stored off-site, but its content would be overlayed on top of a thread.
Only users of the userscript would be able to see your comments, but that could be a good thing too.
It could be like a secret club.
It could be named SideChannel or BackChannel.
You could also s/Channel/Chan/.


Anonymous 01/16/2022 (Sun) 04:42:12 [Preview] No.107 del
>>102
It already exists, and it's encrypted too.
https://git.coom.tech/anonymous2077/desudesutalk


Anonymous 01/16/2022 (Sun) 04:54:34 [Preview] No.108 del
>>107
It's not quite the same.
You can have secret side conversations, but
if you're banned
you won't be able to participate
since it stores the messages in images
that are posted to the thread.


Anonymous 01/17/2022 (Mon) 03:37:27 [Preview] No.122 del
>>102
This is a good idea, I would like to see it happen.


Anonymous 01/18/2022 (Tue) 03:01:10 [Preview] No.133 del
CumPasteG or CumPasta:
Had an idea for a script that embeds text into the post. It'd be a cool way to send secret messages or links. I think I'd want it to display the text as a 'code' snippet or something. It'd be in the regular post and use Pastebin or something to send messages.

No idea on how to do this, though. Thought about using image file names. Maybe a format of [pastebin=somelink] or a hash instead of a link in the image name. But jannies would catch onto that pretty quickly so I'm not sure how to get around it.


Anonymous 01/18/2022 (Tue) 19:19:57 [Preview] No.139 del
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xchan.icebb.ru


Anonymous 01/21/2022 (Fri) 07:37:25 [Preview] No.148 del
>>101
tmsu users might want to look into harvest as well.
https://github.com/dyne/harvest
It integrates with tmsu, and
it looks like it can accomplish Goal #1 of keeping ~/Downloads clean by moving files by type and date.


Anonymous 01/21/2022 (Fri) 07:41:18 [Preview] No.149 del
>>148
https://www.dyne.org/
I remember them from a privacy-oriented Linux distro they were making over a decade ago.
I'm happy to see that they're still around.


Anonymous 01/21/2022 (Fri) 09:03:07 [Preview] No.150 del
>>148
>harvest
Scratch that.
This software is not done.
The move and copy commands have big fat TODOs on them.
The command's behavior is slightly different from the README too.
The only thing that works is the file scanning, but even that is not feature complete.
I like the idea, but the implementation is half-baked.


Anonymous 01/22/2022 (Sat) 10:30:33 [Preview] No.153 del
>>150
I ended up using harvest after all.
I took the unfinished code and wrote a wrapper around it that gave me the features I needed.
https://github.com/dyne/harvest/issues/5
https://git.coom.tech/gg1234/hvst


Anonymous 04/15/2022 (Fri) 06:18:20 [Preview] No.184 del
>>102
>>122
Something in the spirit of this is being developed. For now, the offsite comments are being stored in desuarchive.
https://gist.github.com/g-gundam/8f9985e6aaa0dab6eecc556ddcbca370



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