Result? 10 year links in HN count is about 2143436, total bloom filter size 2143436 * 2B, file size ~ 5M. Find building status in https://hackernewsfilter.com/status/ . The bloom filter factors can be found in https://hackernewsfilter.com/faq/#check .
Product? The chrome extension based on these data can be find in https://hackernewsfilter.com/ , after install, you can check if an url is submitted or not when every time you open a link.
I usually try to avoid commenting on grammar or spelling too much, but it seems like you're a non-native speaker of English, and it's a bit tricky to understand some of what you're intending.
Here's some suggestions that might make the site's purpose a bit clearer (just suggestions!)
On the main page:
"Easily find out if the web page you're reading has been discussed on Hacker News, with no API calls"
"Automatically find HN discussions when web-browsing, securely"
"Borrow HN community intelligence on every page".
"For details about how to use the bloom filter file, check here"
"I found an issue"
I'm not sure what you mean by "I want to format the url", so I'm not sure what to suggest there.
If you like, I can follow up or file an issue, with suggested rewrites for /faq. There's a lot more there than can fit in a single post.
Otherwise, seems very nice!
Let me know how it goes - I'm happy to (try to) answer any questions you have about the process!
From your FAQ:
Q: Cost and make money?
Not very sure how to make money
Not sure you'll make money from this service but with this talent it seems you can easily segue into other services.
For example, HN doesn't have any usable way to save and retrieve threads that you find most interesting/informative/funny. You've solved half of that already.
Solve the other half and you've basically built a bookmarking service. Some good UI/UX and clever marketing positioning and there's a product probably worth paying for.
Best of luck.
If someone has some time, this could be a useful extension.
Thank you for making this. I can't wait this coming on Firefox.