A playground for trying out integration between twtxt and weewiki.
Tweets from twtxt can be quoted using the function
twtxt/quote. It can be found using the unix-epoch
2019-09-25 07:44:29: Hello twtxt world
Tweets can use weewiki formatting:
2020-07-25 07:43:06: Wow! Inline Janet code does work. What a happy accident. Will use with the upmost restraint.
2020-07-25 07:49:31: Inline Janet means I should be able to make calls to functions defined in the config file. For example, the
reffunction is how I usually make wiki reference links. This link right here should take you to my automatically generated weewiki index of all the wiki pages.
Now that full-text search is enaged using
fts5, it can now be possible to dynamically generate
lists of tweets based on keywords. Below are all
my twtxt tweets with the word
SQLite. It was generated
using the function
twtxt/related-tweets. This takes
in an optional limit amount to prevent things from
2020-08-03 20:13:57: (worgle) -> (sqlite) -> (worgmap) -> (weewiki) is kinda working?
2020-07-25 10:47:08: It turns out that fts5 is enabled by default on SQLite! My twtxt2sqlite generator has been updated to use fts5. Now I can do full text search on all my twtxt tweets. I have implemented a related-tweets box in the (twtxt_playground) as a proof-of-concept. More info on fts5 can be found at https://www.sqlite.org/fts5.html.
2020-07-24 21:39:49: here is the script I use to convert my twtxt feed into a SQLite database: (twtxt_sqlite)
2020-07-24 13:17:49: a unique thing I do with my twtxt feed is convert it to a SQLite database. This, combined with the Janet + SQLite scripting abilities available in SQLite, could provide interesting metrics and insights over time.
Weewiki page references can be automatically made
by prepending an exclamation point
!like_this. As of now,
only alphanumeric characters and underscores are valid
characters. this is down to allow punctuation:
2020-07-26 21:11:46: parsing expression grammars coming in real clutch right now. punctuation can now exist after wiki reference tags. Thanks (janet)!