#urlteam 2017-10-13,Fri

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JAAhub-me-a started.
I'm setting up hub-me-r as well, but I'll only start it once -a is done.
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Aah, fucking spam filter... [21:42]
So disq.us: There are three schemes: /CODE, /t/CODE, and /p/CODE. There's also /url?url=x, but that's a simple redirect with the full target URL encoded in the "url" parameter, so that's neither iterable nor worth archiving.
/CODE appears to be older. The codes are six characters long, case-insensitive, and seem to go up to 9?????. They redirect to either pages using Disqus or a specific comment.
/t/CODE and /p/CODE are newer. Codes are seven characters, only lowercase and not case insensitive (/CODE is also lowercase, but uppercase characters are accepted; /t/CODE and /p/CODE just return 404 if you uppercase any letters).
The codes for both /t/ and /p/ are still very "low", i.e. around 1?????? or 2??????. So it should be doable.
/t/CODE redirects to a discussion thread, /p/CODE goes directly to a specific comment.
Ballpark estimates: /CODE = 9 * 36^5 = 540M codes, /t/CODE and /p/CODE on the order of 36^6 = 2.2B codes.
So roughly 5 billion codes in total. Certainly a lot, but sounds doable.
Those lengths I mentioned are the upper limits/current maximum lengths; I've seen six-char codes for /p/, for example.
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