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oh sure! worse and better and all. i aspire to merely imperfect ideas. these are more like last place entries in the obfuscated C contest that aren’t even valid C to begin with, but happen to compile on my pirated copy of 1987 Borland Turbo C…

In reply to https://twitter.com/colbyh/status/1189208220218187776. oh sure! worse and better and all. i aspire to merely imperfect ideas. these are more like last place entries in the obfuscated C contest that aren’t even valid C to begin with, but happen to compile on my pirated copy of 1987 Borland Turbo C… #
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hmm! sorry for the trouble! what’s the post or tweet URL? i can take a look. you can also try entering the post or tweet URL in the “Resend for post” box on brid.gy/twitter/webroc…. shouldn’t usually be necessary, but it’s one way to test manually.

In reply to https://twitter.com/webrocker/status/1129105056287154177. hmm! sorry for the trouble! what’s the post or tweet URL? i can take a look. you can also try entering the post or tweet URL in the “Resend for post” box on brid.gy/twitter/webroc…. shouldn’t usually be necessary, but it’s one way to test manually. #
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And an especially big shout out to @metabase, the single most important building block we used! @sameer_alsakran @mazameli et al have built an incredible tool for exploring and understanding data, and a testament to building a product on open source. metabase.com

In reply to https://twitter.com/schnarfed/status/1052949475105206272. And an especially big shout out to @metabase, the single most important building block we used! @sameer_alsakran @mazameli et al have built an incredible tool for exploring and understanding data, and a testament to building a product on open source. metabase.com #
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no easy way, no. i can go fix it manually. but also, i get that it’s a bit ugly to see the test domains there, but fortunately they won’t affect how bridgy works at all, so it’s hopefully not quite so urgent.

In reply to https://twitter.com/UnixSysAdmin/status/1023267940811067392. no easy way, no. i can go fix it manually. but also, i get that it’s a bit ugly to see the test domains there, but fortunately they won’t affect how bridgy works at all, so it’s hopefully not quite so urgent. #
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hi! thanks for trying granary, and sorry for the trouble! you guessed right: microformats2.json_to_object() currently only handles individual entries, not feeds. that’s definitely missing from the docs granary.readthedocs.io/en/latest/sour… (and docstring). i’ll add it.

In reply to https://twitter.com/00d4n1/status/1022687219579068416. hi! thanks for trying granary, and sorry for the trouble! you guessed right: microformats2.json_to_object() currently only handles individual entries, not feeds. that’s definitely missing from the docs granary.readthedocs.io/en/latest/sour… (and docstring). i’ll add it. #
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