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More chatterbox history, a recap, and a new toy

by diotalevi (Canon)
on May 20, 2004 at 22:09 UTC ( #355098=monkdiscuss: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

Someone suggested that this would be a good idea so I implemented it. I've already been able to do this for a long time now with command-line-utility programs so this just opens the ability up to the rest of you. http://grenekatz.org/cgi-bin/cbsince will show you everything that everyone has said since you last spoke up to twenty four hours. http://grenekatz.org/cgi-bin/cbwaytoomuch just shows you 24 hours of history somewhat like cbhistory except more.

Also, as a recap, the other locally hosted features are Markov-chaining Chatterbox, http://grenekatz.org/cgi-bin/cbhistory (which is sort of like cbhistory except that it is a little different), Chatterbox conversational clusters, and Wireless Access to Perl Monks Chatterbox.

See also the experimental streaming chatter at telnet://grenekatz.org:53511. This will live on perlmonks.org when I get around to fixing it up to work with PM's MySQL install instead of my chat-watching daemon.


Some of you may be saved time searching for previous discussion on the archiving topic by pulling the node ids from this node's source.


See CB history - not an hour any more? for a discussion on whether these longer histories are acceptable or not.


Now with rot 13!

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