Actions like replying, voting, configuring, etc. is done with text-based tokens.
A token is just a bit of text which tells the system to do something.
For example, you may submit a "
Other examples include
A #hashtag is also a type of token you may already be familiar with.
The rest of this document is a reference of tokens the system supports.
If you want to learn more about this system, this is a good place to look.
If something is unclear, please comment with your question.
On a line by itself, this will reference the message which has that identifier.)
The reply token is used in conjunction with either reply text or other tokens.
For example, the "title:" token, used with a reply token, will suggest that title for the item referenced.
The #config and #resetconfig tokens allow changing configuration.
Settings under the
Notes: Value is a string. If value looks like an item identifier, a lookup will be attempted. If the item is found, its contents will be used as the value.
Restricted to admin users, unless
Translates to vote being added to parent.
Gives specified user extra voting weight, used for scoring.
(Adds 20 vouch points to fingerprint F82FCD75AAEF7CC8.)
Requires signing by admin user.
Timestamp and Client Fingerprint
Records item as having been added at that time and/or by that client ID.
Schedules an event.
Params: start time (epoch), duration (seconds)
Specifies an Earth location, in latitude-longitude format.
Two negative or positive decimal values, with up to 9 digits after the decimal point.
Black Rock City (Burning Man) Location
Specifies an address in Black Rock City, in the form of avenue (between 2:00 - 10:00) and street (one letter A-ZZ)