I created a invite code for HN, so you can sign up without wait; https://getkozmos.com/signup?code=HNEWS
Here is some brief info for HN users. It's built on Go, Elastic Search and (Pr)eact. The extensions use IndexedDB  to create a database  that users read/write, and that database gets synced with Kozmos servers. This makes Kozmos' like button work consistently, even when Kozmos is down or user has bad / no connection.
How will Kozmos monetize ? Kozmos will always be free for bookmarking privately. In the next version, I'll introduce public collections which users can use for creating nicely organized bookmark collections, and this feature will be available for only paid users.
For more details, I wrote a blog post; https://medium.com/@azerbike/introducing-kozmos-a-new-bookma...
Should probably be something like "Kozmos will add the <3 button to your browser..." or at least "Kozmos will add to your browser the <3 button..." (which sounds awkward but is grammatically correct)
You can probably resolve this by implementing a shouldComponentUpdate here, or just debounce change handler.
What's your plan?
That was the only reason I originally charged money for Pinboard.
A good example is this one:
Codez4Mac is always "just submitted". It's been like this for years. All from- https://pinboard.in/u:simensol/
Or look here:
All the junk posts from heyyouapp, starting with "paid"
I find it a pity that these obvious annoyance things for us users, don't get fixed at all. It really polutes the site and I can't imagine these things to be incredibly complex to circumvent, in the whole system that Pinboard is.
Too busy taking baths filled with gold?
I like spammers a lot because I can take their $11 and then shut down their account. Unfortunately, I don't get many.
"The second phase of Kozmos will have "public collections", for example, we will be able to create a "Best Boutique Hotels in Istanbul" collection, and this will be only available for paid users. This is Kozmos' business model but I haven't explained it in the site, because collections aren't implemented yet."
 - https://wallabag.org/en
Don't get me wrong, I don't know you, and im not going to assume bad behavior. But this is a treasure trove of data, and you cannot guarantee that if acquired, another party wouldn't exploit it. If it were local or on a machine I controlled, then I could guarantee data security and privacy.
Enough of my life is on the "cloud" controlled by interests that are different, and sometimes oppositional to mine.
Thank you, but no.
You can hack it the way you'd like.
I'd be much more interested in running my own backend, than frontend db. Yeah, I'm a control freak, I guess. But at least my data stays mine.
Should be something like "Kozmos will add a button to your browser..."
Also, the onboarding seems buggy. I was asked to add the extension twice and then got stuck at a loading screen. Having an import feature is nice, but what format are the files supposed to be in? Just a list of URLs? If so, where do the names of the bookmarks come from?
Edit: I tried importing an HTML export of my bookmarks from Chrome which Kozmos seems to try to support. The import fails though with a 500 from the API and some additional JS errors.
EDIT: There's been 2 cases where I've noticed the character is added but then subsequently deleted in the next instant. Typing faster causes more characters to go missing, and I have to type like 1 keypress a second to type "google.com" correctly.
Excited to see where this ends up!
Also, when you ask for an API (I don't know if it was you who asked) you don't give some reasoning on why you think such feature is needed, so why are you asking me that?
(I never once in my life thought "damn I don't have that exact URL of THING bookmarked in SPECIFIC DEVICE.)
policy | outcome
deny all cookies BAD white screen
allow first-party-only BAD white screen
allow all cookies GOOD working site