😀 Tom Uh oh. Someone is giving a run for his money. Hey.Cafe is trending on HN. Some interesting ideas including paying to unlock a longer status.
🏃‍♂️ Lucian Marin Reminds me of the mistake I made when I renamed Sublevel to Sub.Cafe. Paying for a premium domain isn't ideal. Also, scaling is an issue for media rich sites.
😀 Tom One issue I do have with that site, well maybe two, is that it's very cluttered and I don't like the design. Fixing the design and making it cleaner could fix the clutter. The one issue I have with Subreply that hey.cafe does better with, is the continuity of the replies. I don't like how on Subreply they are all broken up, and you can't read all the text of what's being replied to. I guess another thing I'm not sure about the other site, is having different cafes for things. I guess I'm more interested in personal conversations than a mini-reddit.
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🏃‍♂️ Lucian Marin I think read.cv is a worthy competitor on both design and functionality. I have an idea about a social space with private messages, channels with inline replies and mentions, a resume builder and jobs in supported cities... or build everything into Subreply. I find full threads to be hard to read after a few levels of indentation, so I want to get the most out of threads without displaying them in full.
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😀 Tom A quick glance at that website, looks interesting. I tried signing up, but the Tom username was already taken, oh well... guess I'll have to stick with Subreply :-) Hey.Cafe was just too busy or whatever, I don't think I'm going to go back to it anytime soon.
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