My Vitriol


#902

One of my friends went to the Manchester show and texted me a one-word review: “Heartbreaking.”


#903

here’s one from Cardiff - another duffer.


#904

this was an accidental like but you can have it anyway


#905

if you like something accidentally, and then unlike, do they still get notified of a like? @1101010


#906

IT WON’T LET ME UNLIKE THIS


#907

i liked and unliked this a couple of times


#908

It didn’t notify me. Case CLOSED!


#909

i have liked this post and i intend to leave it liked


#910

same set they always do then?


#911

just found this out the hard way - if you :heart: a post and :broken_heart: it within the 2 minute window that is fine. but if you :heart: that post again you cannot :broken_heart: it!


#912

[details=furthermore]i just :heart:'d and :broken_heart:'d a post several times within the 2 minute period but i got this

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#913

I think it’s probably a fair use of server resources so that will be part of the flood control.

Moreover there isn’t really a reason you’d do that outside of a test like this or some kind of stuck key, malfunction, etc so it makes sense.

I think a lot of this stuff becomes more server intensive over time because of the stats that are collated over all posts for likes etc. Same reason you can’t delete a whole user and posts once they’ve done 80 posts, or something. The background jobs that crunch numbers will be incremental based on last X seconds or something. If you can delete likes this means other work, maybe?

That said, you can delete posts with impunity so it’s unclear.


#914

this site is too clever for us naughty people!


#915

Stop, you’re killing the thread!


#916

this is so weird and awkward


#917

“DecibelLK: You Are Back In The Island! How Do You Feel Man?”


#918

Going to see them with the lads in Nottingham. Let’s av it


#919

I dunno… 2022?


#920

31st September, 2022


#921

03/08/02 :smiley: