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Last Build Date: Fri, 30 May 2008 11:21:22 -0000

 



Re: My FriendFeed Wishlist

Fri, 30 May 2008 11:21:22 -0000

Small thing,
--Ability to separate lines in comments (control+enter or enter key should allow me to write something in new line!!) Writing everything in just one line (imagine long comments of 5 sentenses) just limits the readability..




Re: My FriendFeed Wishlist

Fri, 30 May 2008 11:11:39 -0000

--Enhanced Profiles!! Store more things about a person in profile.. At least his City, bDay, Title (of his job)..




Re: My FriendFeed Wishlist

Thu, 29 May 2008 19:33:51 -0000

--Comments from various systems like Digg, Flickr, Blog should be shown to FriendFeed and comments from FF should automatically reflect original system..




Re: My FriendFeed Wishlist

Thu, 29 May 2008 18:53:11 -0000

--Threaded Commenting System!
--Powerful Search with lots of parameters (and real-time results), save search view to favorites..
--At least IM integration
--Instead of Subscribing to all the feed generation sources for a person, ability to select which sources I am interested in! (I should be able to deselect digg for X and twitter for Y when I subscribe to them)




Re: My FriendFeed Wishlist

Thu, 29 May 2008 16:23:14 -0000

The mind boggles, This a great informative post . i also learnt I had a Discus account I never new about.:) One of those things I must have clicked on and now I must learn about. Does it stop spam Duncan?

First I want to know how to add my twit friends to friend feed. Then I feel like Duncan if I have anymore additions to anything I will never get any work done. I have been up for 2 hours - it is now 6.15am and still I have yet to write the several blog posts I got up to do.




Re: My FriendFeed Wishlist

Thu, 29 May 2008 13:03:53 -0000

have you tried Posty? Supports Twitter, Friendfeed and other microblogging systems. http://spreadingfunkyness.c...




Re: My FriendFeed Wishlist

Thu, 29 May 2008 11:44:10 -0000

I would like to see nested comments in Friendfeed. In discussions, that makes it easy to see who is replying to whom. Livejournal has had that feature for the longest time.




Re: My FriendFeed Wishlist

Thu, 29 May 2008 10:33:56 -0000

Those elites already exist in FF, and this will get worse. The reason? Fragmentation of comments. If I post something to my FF, it might get a handful of comments. If Robert posts it, it will get more attention - and comments breed comments.




Re: My FriendFeed Wishlist

Thu, 29 May 2008 10:31:55 -0000

I'm curious, Duncan: How do you know that FF has the scalability?




Re: My FriendFeed Wishlist

Thu, 29 May 2008 05:53:22 -0000

FF is great and I think most of these could be great additions. However, I think they should focus on building out their core key features. So FF integration with Disqus and better filtering through custom tabs - definitely. Building out their start page I think would be dangerous. Better to make sure their API is robust enough to use their data to do that. Better to let lots of other projects try to figure out the best client while they focus on the core stuff.




Re: My FriendFeed Wishlist

Thu, 29 May 2008 04:10:42 -0000

I'd agree with Duncan on the leader board, what do we need a rank of people for and on a practical level how would you rank it - which ever way you do it the noisiest rather than the most valuable/insightful are most likely to be on it




Re: My FriendFeed Wishlist

Thu, 29 May 2008 04:10:00 -0000

yeah destroy the elites!




Re: My FriendFeed Wishlist

Thu, 29 May 2008 03:52:04 -0000

yeah it popped up after i entered comment. weird.




Re: My FriendFeed Wishlist

Thu, 29 May 2008 03:50:09 -0000

bios are a good idea, moving into social networking though, and there are possibilities there if FF can deliver links into Facebook and similar. Duplication though is a risk.
Private messages: excellent, half way to a dedicated message service.

The only thing I disagree on is the leaderboard. I love that everyone on FriendFeed has a fair shot at attention, it's egalitarian and levels the playing field, the moment we start ranking people, we create elites and we're only re-creating the A, B, C lists of blogging 1.0 in a different form.




Re: My FriendFeed Wishlist

Thu, 29 May 2008 03:47:35 -0000

true, but the good will is wearing thin. People stay with twitter because they don't see an alternative where they can interact with the same people/ community. FF has the skills, scalability, but the killer feature is community. I want to love Twitter, and its really shaped this space, but eventually we all have to say enough is enough. If only I could dump it tomorrow, I see some people are, but I still value my Twitter friends/ contact too highly to leave it until such time that FF can offer a similarly featured substitute.




Re: My FriendFeed Wishlist

Thu, 29 May 2008 03:44:59 -0000

below the Disqus thread, least it is in Firefox.




Re: My FriendFeed Wishlist

Thu, 29 May 2008 03:44:15 -0000

Robert
on 2. I think this is where a FF message service would come in, so sitting there waiting to happen.
on 1. I think that a positive idea and I know people like receiving content that way...I'm just not one of them, the idea that GTalk would pop up every time something happened on FF would kill any chance I had of doing any work in a given day :-)
4: advanced search definitely.




Re: My FriendFeed Wishlist

Thu, 29 May 2008 03:32:52 -0000

As FriendFeed has gained in popularity, I almost feel guilty at this point asking for any feature enhancements.

Back in December, I posted 10 Suggestions for FriendFeed
http://www.louisgray.com/li...

Many have already been addressed.

Still on the table:

1) Bios/Profiles
6) Private messages
7) A FriendFeed leaderboard
9) Customization of the Feed Page
10) Ability to suggest/teach new services

The other 5 are already nailed. If I had to do it again, I'm sure they'd be different, but at this point, mine would be just one list of many, and I trust they've got enough work to do.




Re: My FriendFeed Wishlist

Thu, 29 May 2008 03:27:46 -0000

Duncan - Twitter still has legs. A lot of addicts. Agree if FF does Direct Message (Chat might be overkill), they will make a huge dent in Twitter's base.




Re: My FriendFeed Wishlist

Thu, 29 May 2008 03:27:42 -0000

wheres the FF plugin?




Re: My FriendFeed Wishlist

Thu, 29 May 2008 03:23:24 -0000

They need four things:

1. Real time IM. XMPP. So I can see FriendFeed messages pop up in Google Talk just like I can see Twitter messages.
2. SMS compatibility. Shorten messages to 140 characters so they can be received via SMS like Twitter can.
3. Filtering. Both positive (show me all items/clusters that say, for example, "Duncan" in them) and negative (remove all items/clusters that say, for example, "1938media" in them).
4. Give me ability to pull stuff out of the database using a simple, declarative language. For instance, I want to tell FriendFeed this:

a. show me all objects that have "duncan" in them
b. but only if they have two or more "likes"
c: and only if them have one or more "comments"
d. and remove any item that has "1938media" in them

And have those instructions build me a URL that I can l ink to, etc.




Re: My FriendFeed Wishlist

Thu, 29 May 2008 03:16:57 -0000

Your not in the Steve Gillmor school and think that they need track?
Molly