Sounds great! Happy to provide my feedback when the time comes.
Hi Datura. Thanks for the report.
This is indeed the case that paid articles are cut short. The only fix that I know is to act as a logged in user, but I'm not really interested in managing a premium account. Instead, I'm more interested in helping people not use Medium as a platform.
I also wrote a little bit of this up here: https://todo.sr.ht/~edwardloveall/Scribe/11 Since that's effectively the same issue, I'm going to close this one.
Hello! Thanks for linkhut. When I'm adding a new link, I like to know which tags I have so I don't get almost-duplicates (e.g.
articles) and also so I can remember the tags I can use. Is this a feature you would consider supporting?
Thanks. I'll consider it.
I can appreciate a good tag adding to content, and your suggestion of non-linked tags makes sense to me.
One thing to note is that there's a non-trivial amount that goes into updating Scribe such as release notes, announcement, getting back into the code, and trying to divine the undocumented Medium API. Then there's the actual feature development. None of these are particularly difficult on their own. But given that 99% of all tags add very little outside of discovering other posts, I don't have the appetite to do that work for the benefit of tags right now.
That's not to say it could never happen, and if someone were to submit a patch for listing tags, I'd consider it (no guarantees until I see it though).
Hi petesim. Thanks for the suggestion. I'm not interested in adding tags or comments at this time.
I talk about this a little in the project's goals but the summary is that I don't want Scribe to have features that help readers interact with more of Medium. I see tags and comments as ways to do that.
Thanks for enjoying Scribe enough to make the suggestions.
Done. Thank you for the report.