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Nervewire: Matrix.org Image Deck

I run a small Matrix to RSS bot with a bunch of cool cyberpunk/scifi/glitch art blogs in it. It's a cool place to just dig through random art, but I also want to present it in other ways.

One way is Nervewire, which coalesces all of these images from the room, and dumps them on to a page so that they can serve as a screensaver or wallpaper.

My instance of Nervewire is hosted at http://whatthefuck.computer/~rrix/nervewire and hosts the aforemented Cyberdelia room.

Hosting

Hosting is simple; fill out the details in token.js, with a userId, accessToken and that user's homeserver. This user's accessToken can be used to do anything, so, uh, don't be an asshole. I would recommend setting up a room with a posting power level of at least 1 to prevent griefing, and to keep the Nervewire user at power level 0. Then just, like, put this somewhere. It's static JS.