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I have decided to fork the nostr protocol. This new fork is maximum compatible with the legacy nostr protocol. This fork will be аіrdrοpped for free on all existing and future npubs, and any client connecting to existing nostr network will be also be able to connect to the new fork. The fork is called: postr: Posts and Other Stuff Transmitted by Relays. NIPs have been renamed to NIPs, which stands for: Now Its Posts. The new Github is at: https://github.com/nostr-protocol/nips I see many of you have joined already. Thank you and lets keep building!
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Replying to npub1cdak4q4
Relays you add in Nostur are already hidden, I’m still working on a Relay Mastery screen where you can choose which ones to publish or not. If you already have published relays you want to hide they are published from another client, you can use another client to remove them.
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Replying to npub1te0uzs6
This is meant for self-hosting, not sure if that is possible with nostr.build. With nostrcheck.me you can self-host and has many more features but can be difficult to setup and maintain. This is supposed to be low barrier self hosting solution that you can just drop in your existing WordPress website, and configure your favourite nostr client to use it (when they start supporting NIP96).
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Replying to npub1ust7u0v and npub138s5hey
I think I might do this, I did some wordpress dev in the past and know how things work but its too long ago for me to build anything useful, but I just asked ChatGPT some questions and it gave me all the right code snippets, got a minimal PoC already.
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Replying to npub138s5hey
I'm going to try setting up my own nostrcheck server soon but I’m still hoping someone creates a service where I can just point my domain at so I don’t have to deal with all the server stuff.
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