because i am an opinionated person, here are my thoughts about thoughtstreams
I derped about in Firebug's edit HTML thing for a while - this is sort of what I mean, where the >> opens and closes the comments underneath.
It uploads fine, but doesn't show in the Markdown. The top is using %20, the bottom is using literal spaces.
I think that it would work best per-card, with maybe a 'starring' ability for the whole stream.
When I originally conceived of ThoughtStreams, it never occurred to me you'd want to re-order cards. My original thinking was that each stream would be a sequence of thoughts.
However, enough people seem to be interested in re-ordering cards that I'm giving it thought (although it will take quite a bit of thought, particularly from a UI point of view).
I think, personally, if I had things I wanted to re-order I'd make child streams for them rather than individual cards. But of course, re-ordering of child streams doesn't exist yet either.
As per reordering, I think that a button that says "Send to #___" might work?
I would like if reposted cards were styled differently - maybe if it's offset a little bit, and coloured darker, similar to 'quote' sections in newspapers and so.
Additionally, it would be really really nice if the username in the 'repost from' was a link as well. That way, if I see an interesting card reposted, I can go straight to that person's streams to see what else they have to say.
Uploading images sometimes spazzes out - can't upload images without moving the mouse and letting go.
Maybe reposting should be a modal dialog (like what Bootstrap has), so that I can repost multiple items in the same stream without ending up with a lot of tabs.
Because there's a "tweet this stream" - maybe it'd be good if posts to Twitter were associated with the user's Twitter handle? It'd probably have to be set similar to gittip, but it could make things integrate nicely.
The user list appears to have been removed, making it impossible to explore the streams of users that are not currently on the front page.
In addition to restoring the user list (in a more prominent/suitable position than before), it would be good to have