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Varun Srinivasan
@v
I call this idea the "feed marketplace" as opposed to "feed-as-a-service" which is what @openrank and others are doing. The challenge building a "choose your algorithm" is that the most interesting feeds are no longer just "algorithms" or fancy SQL queries.
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Varun Srinivasan
@v
Feeds are performance sensitive, and you cant just run a SQL query when someone is scrolling. Ideally, you have a very long cached feed for your users that can be quickly delivered on demand. This is computed and stored in a very fast in-memory datastore like Redis.
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@nor
differentiated feeds also make things confusing
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Yassine Landa
@yassinelanda.eth
"Choose your algorithm: nowaday really boils down to choosing the data pumped into the ML ranking models + choosing the ML objective function. Which is easily doable once who pays for the many models being trained and served is solved. Needs a scalable feature store for all of them too.
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Garrett ๐ŸŽฉโ†‘แ–ฝ
@garrett
Kinda like the best playlists on Spotify aren't the strictly algorithmic ones. The best playlists have a human curator who throws in some curveballs in addition to the algo suggestions.
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depatchedmode ๐ŸŽฉ
@depatchedmode
Do you see this being a more client-integrated thing?
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0xChris
@0xchris
Thinking about user behavior. Users can switch search engines in Safari and Firefox but often stick with the default, leading Apple and Firefox to auction prime real estate to the highest bidder. Introducing an algo plugin marketplace feels fresh, and might prove lucrative for the Warpcast client app team.
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Kyle Tut
@kyletut
I just want a reset or partial reset button. Sometimes my feeds get locked in on content I don't want to be merkle tree'd into
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Tudor ๐ŸŸฃ๐ŸŸก Engineer to fCTO
@tudorizer
We explored this idea of feed marketplace at Nouns x Farcaster. Unsure about the marketplace bit, because it was meant as an open standard with a few partners like mbd.xyz Certain communities do have a vested interest though. Ref: https://prop.house/0x767a3bdf2aa3b3201b794927a997fcf4e50d4702 cc @aviationdoctor.eth
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Tmophoto ๐ŸŸก๐ŸŽฉ
@tmophoto
Channel folders would be pretty fun as well. Would love to be able to put all my art channels in a folder and just see a feed of that.
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@casterbites
Great news! @spaceman-spiff has curated your cast, and it's now featured among today's trending casts at https://casterbites.com/bites Remember, any Farcaster user can send and vote for the best casts of the day
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@liamdarmody.eth
what are they now?
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@jawa
I hope we can quickly toggle between algorithms or even better tune multiple for different personal use cases.
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@juli
For hourly use Iโ€™d definitely want a highly performant feed. But Iโ€™d also love to check other feeds for example from an algo marketplace from time to time and it wouldnโ€™t matter much if they load in 1sec or 1min. In case many pick similar algos, it might be worth creating a true instant feed for it!
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