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Signed-off-by: Abrax <abrax@teknik.io>
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# lizard, the 8ch monitor
lizard is a command line (CLI) program for monitoring 8ch threads. After you add a thread to its watchlist, it can connect to 8ch and check if new replies were made, notifying you if so. It will attempt to save the thread and the files in it in case the thread dies. It can also open all threads with new replies in your browser with a single command.

## Changelog

### 0.1
- Introduced packaging system.

## Installation

### Linux
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### How does the conservative refresh predict replies?
If the last reply was $x$ seconds ago, and the thread was last refreshed $y$ seconds ago, `lizard` doesn't bother refreshing unless $x/y>10$. Internally, the 10 is called `conservative_refresh_criterion`. Increasing this will make it less conservative, decreasing will make it more conservative.

In reality I think replies would follow a bimodal (people who browse only the front page and people who browse the catalog) or trimodal (bimodal plus people who watch individual threads, such as with this tool) distribution, with each mode itself being a Poisson. Interesting as that is, I think my simple heuristic works well enough so I'm not planning to implement such rigorous statistical analysis for the time being.
In reality I think replies would follow a bimodal (people who browse only the front page and people who browse the catalog) or trimodal (bimodal plus people who watch individual threads, such as with this tool) distribution, with each mode itself being a Poisson. Interesting as that is, I think my simple heuristic works well enough so I'm not planning to implement such rigorous statistical analysis for the time being.

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