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dlo
    @jws Thanks for sharing that link. I use homebrew myself, but pyenv looks cool. As long as I'm not using sudo, I'm happy.
    dlo
      @johngordon Yikes (Pushpin author here). Easy way to check. If you're familiar with the command line, I wrote a Python client to interface with the API. "pip install pinboard" → "pinboard login" -> "pinboard bookmarks"
      dlo
        @dahan yep, crash reports are sent (fortunately). ps this specific crash has been fixed in 3.1.1
        dlo
          @dahan cool! support@lionheartsw.com
          dlo
            @dahan yep, it's a bug. tapping an existing feed should actually not do anything. in the near future, editing an existing feed will be added (probably with the update that adds saved searches)
            dlo
              @dahan submitting by the weekend :)
              dlo
                @dahan @palobo planning on submitting it by the end of this week
                dlo
                  @dahan @palobo known bug with 3.0.2, next version fixes it though!
                  dlo
                    @dahan Thanks for the kind words! Means a lot :) :)
                    dlo
                      @dahan Thank you so much! It meant so much to me. I set out almost two years ago to build the perfect Pinboard client, and it seems I'm getting there :)
                      dlo
                        I just set up an ADN broadcast for whenever Pushpin gets updated! For those of you who are interested, you can sign up here: http://app.net/c/2tj4
                        dlo
                          @dahan like this? ;) Image [photos.app.net]
                          dlo
                            @andyw E.g., look at Tweetbot. They have a much larger market, charge for upgrades, and are effectively the same price. ($5 for iPhone and $5 for iPad).
                            dlo
                              @palobo Woohoo! I literally have been jumping in my chair all morning =D =D =D
                              dlo
                                @andyw (BIAS ALERT: I write Pushpin) Here's the short and sweet why I think $10 is a good deal: 1) it's universal (two apps in one!), 2) it contains a lot of features other apps don't have, and 3) we will never charge for an update, ever.