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  1. Sep 2022
  2. Aug 2022
    1. https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=32341607

      Didn't read it all, but the total number of notes, many likely repetitive or repetitive of things elsewhere makes me think that there is a huge diversity of thought within this space and different things work for different people in terms of work and even attention.

      The missing piece is that all of this sits here instead of being better curated and researched to help some forms of quicker consensus. I'm sure there are hundreds of other posts just like this on HN with all the same thoughts over and over again with very little movement forward.

      How can we help to aggregate and refine this sort of knowledge to push the borders for everyone broadly rather than a few here and there?

  3. Jul 2022
    1. The Hacker News algorithm This algorithm is fairly straight forward (although there’s some magic going on under the surface when it comes to moderation, shadow banning, and post pinning). This is slightly simplified, but in a nutshell: Score = Upvotes / Time since submission ^ Gravity Where Gravity = 1.7 As upvotes accumulate the score rises but is counterbalanced by the time since submission. Gravity makes it exponentially more difficult to rank as time goes by.

      short outline of the Hacker News algorithm.

  4. Jan 2022
  5. Dec 2021
  6. Oct 2021
    1. OP bài này giới thiệu sản phẩm là công cụ biên tập email trực quan trên nền web, nhận được phản hồi đóng góp từ cộng đồng HackerNews. Và sau 7 năm, công ty đã đạt lợi nhuận 7 triệu $. Anh viết bài này để cảm ơn mọi người, vì sự nhiệt tình, vì đã dành thời gian trong ngày của mình để cho nhận xét về sản phẩm và nhờ đó công ty có cơ hội để phát triển tốt hơn.

  7. Aug 2021
    1. An interesting directory of personal blogs on software and security.

      While it aggregates from various sources and allows people to submit directly to it, it also calculates a quality score/metric by using a total number of Hacker News points earned by the raw URL

      Apparently uses a query like: https://news.ycombinator.com/from?site=example.com to view all posts from HN.