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  32. # [01:23] <cgcardona> http://gplus.to/
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  38. # [01:35] <amid_hasan> hi
  39. # [01:36] <amid_hasan> I need to detect a touch event using html5. Vertical and then horizontal continuous touch event in the shape of an L. X & Y axis. How can I do this with HTML5?
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  51. # [01:52] <Ali> lo
  52. # [01:54] <Ali> cgcardona, rubbing in the g+ :P, i cant wait till they open that back up
  53. # [01:55] <cgcardona> heh, not rubbing it in. Just showing that until google does something about the wack UID's (https://plus.google.com/106993790975969476239) there is a service offering a shortener
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  57. # [02:21] <cgcardona> Ali: pm me your gmail adress and i'll send you an invite
  58. # [02:22] <cgcardona> not sure what the status is but I've been able to get at least 10 probably more people in
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  60. # [02:23] <cgcardona> *address
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  62. # [02:23] <tw2113> like me
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  64. # [02:23] <cgcardona> ;)
  65. # [02:23] <cgcardona> you're always in my friend
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  162. # [06:30] <amid_hasan> whats the proper way to write a mailto link with subject and body pre-filled?
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  295. # [11:16] <stefuNz> hi. can i put a text over a html5 video ?
  296. # [11:17] <beevi7> what do you mean with "over"?
  297. # [11:17] <beevi7> absolutely positionedß
  298. # [11:17] <beevi7> ?
  299. # [11:17] <stefuNz> i mean: on top
  300. # [11:17] <stefuNz> :)
  301. # [11:17] <jetienne> stefuNz: yes, use z-index
  302. # [11:18] <stefuNz> ok, is it crossbrowser compatible ?
  303. # [11:18] <jetienne> yes, if you got <video> you get a modern browser
  304. # [11:18] <dr0id> xD
  305. # [11:18] <stefuNz> k. thank you jetienne
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  308. # [11:25] <beevi7> anyone here working in the san francisco bay area?
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  337. # [12:55] <muszek> hi... I'm getting a "reference to undeclared general entity nbsp" (w3c validator) when I'm using &nbps; in my code. What to do with it?
  338. # [12:57] <dr0id> &nbsp;
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  341. # [13:05] <muszek> I still had xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" attribute in <html> tag
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  347. # [13:16] <dr0id> COngrats!
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  351. # [13:24] <muszek> :)
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  383. # [14:58] <vier> anyone using Chrome Canary?
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  435. # [16:22] <BitBlitz> hi
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  439. # [16:27] <BitBlitz> hiring peeps
  440. # [16:27] <BitBlitz> PM if interested
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  443. # [16:28] <paul_irish> brb pm'ing
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  448. # [16:31] <dr0id> BitBlitz: also try #freelance if interested :)
  449. # [16:32] <dr0id> what kind of hiring btw ?
  450. # [16:34] <Ali> paul_irish is in the job market eh?
  451. # [16:34] <Ali> ;)
  452. # [16:34] <dr0id> :P
  453. # [16:35] <Ali> Google has an office in the building next door to our place, come work from that office for a week and you can interview where I work Paul. No guarantees but I think we could make a spot for you (though my boss would probably fire me to make it for you :/)
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  456. # [16:37] <Ali> we just filled our team but eh
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  476. # [17:00] <cgcardona> Ladies and Gentlemen I present "Boombox for Chrome™" Take your boombox across the web. https://audiofile.cc/chrome/
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  484. # [17:12] <moo-_-> cgcardona: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8yvEYKRF5IA
  485. # [17:13] <cgcardona> holy crap. Thats how I look too ;)
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  487. # [17:13] <cgcardona> that video rules
  488. # [17:14] <moo-_-> hehe :)
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  502. # [17:31] <danbeam> hey
  503. # [17:33] <NetRoY> hey
  504. # [17:33] <cgcardona> hola
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  506. # [17:34] <NetRoY> bonjour
  507. # [17:35] <danbeam> haha
  508. # [17:35] <danbeam> I mainly did that to check for messages from bots, but hello to you too cgcardona and NetRoY :)
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  510. # [17:35] <cgcardona> Konnichiwa ;)
  511. # [17:35] <danbeam> cgcardona: did you see this? http://techcrunch.com/2011/07/04/mark-zuckerberg-is-the-most-followed-user-on-google/
  512. # [17:36] <NetRoY> namaste :)
  513. # [17:36] <shwetank_> NetRoY: Namaste!
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  515. # [17:37] <NetRoY> :D he he
  516. # [17:37] <NetRoY> merhaba
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  518. # [17:38] <danbeam> guten morgen?
  519. # [17:38] <NetRoY> its night here
  520. # [17:38] <cgcardona> danbeam: i did. Crazy. I wonder if he is using it a bunch internally with friends?
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  529. # [17:39] <NetRoY> zuck is at the top coz almost everyone seems to have added him in a circle
  530. # [17:39] <danbeam> cgcardona: it's kinda weird that he is so followed (if it even is him) because he's never actually put out any content, as far as I can tell
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  534. # [17:40] <cgcardona> he supposedly texted scoble and said "why do people find it so strange that I have a google account?"
  535. # [17:40] <cgcardona> implying that it was in fact him
  536. # [17:40] <danbeam> haha
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  538. # [17:42] <danbeam> cgcardona: you think gplus.to is Google run?
  539. # [17:42] <cgcardona> i don't think so but I gotta guess that they are gonna do something about those awful UIDs soon
  540. # [17:42] <danbeam> yeah
  541. # [17:43] <danbeam> I'm hesitant to give them my info, thinking that they'll sell my email to folks
  542. # [17:43] <danbeam> but whatever, I guess that's why I have a spam bucket
  543. # [17:43] <NetRoY> shwetank_: is this shwetank from opera ?
  544. # [17:43] <shwetank_> ya :)
  545. # [17:43] <NetRoY> shwetank_: cool ... :)
  546. # [17:44] <shwetank_> i've come here after a while
  547. # [17:45] <cgcardona> danbeam: true. I foolishly pasted my info in there without considering it.
  548. # [17:45] <danbeam> cgcardona: probably being over cautious
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  550. # [17:46] <danbeam> cgcardona: ran a whois on that domain and got nothing, and my hacker senses tingled
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  552. # [17:46] <danbeam> cgcardona: but I don't know what's required for a .to TLD
  553. # [17:46] <NetRoY> shwetank_: hows work ... u in chandigarh ?
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  555. # [17:46] <shwetank_> yup ... right now i am ... going good
  556. # [17:47] <dwebb> it is not owned by google
  557. # [17:47] <shwetank_> NetRoy: Have I met you before?
  558. # [17:47] <NetRoY> shwetank_: we met at doctypehtml5 in bangalore last year
  559. # [17:47] <shwetank_> ah, cool :)
  560. # [17:48] <danbeam> dwebb: word
  561. # [17:48] <NetRoY> shwetank_: nothing that u'd remember .. just hi & all
  562. # [17:48] <shwetank_> I might be coming to Bangalore on the 16th for another conf .... that is probably in the NIMHANS convention center
  563. # [17:48] <dwebb> danbeam· number
  564. # [17:49] <danbeam> dwebb: at first I was like :|, but then I was like :D
  565. # [17:51] <Ali> cgcardona, nice work on boombox btw
  566. # [17:51] <cgcardona> Ali: thanks :)
  567. # [17:51] <Ali> i might have a good application for the player
  568. # [17:51] <NetRoY> shwetank_: hasgeek is doing "php in the cloud" this saturday
  569. # [17:52] <shwetank_> yup, i cant make it to that event .... it looks like a kickass event though, have fun there :)
  570. # [17:52] <Ali> the only thing i usually dislike about .js scripts to link is when they require jquery and such, would like them to be standalone, how much work would that require you think? (i havent viewed source yet)
  571. # [17:53] <cgcardona> your talking about boombox.js? It relies pretty heavily on jquery and would need to be rewritten to not use
  572. # [17:54] <Ali> yea
  573. # [17:54] <Ali> i just opened up the source now
  574. # [17:54] <danbeam> Ali, cgcardona it'd be pretty cool if you could link/compile JS libs into your scripts, right? like a C++ compiler does
  575. # [17:54] <danbeam> and compile off the stuff you don't use in that lib (if possible)
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  577. # [17:55] <cgcardona> part of the idea with audiofile.js and boombox.js was to make it as easy as possible for people to use the service so I went with jQuery. Also it's serving as a jumping off point for me to learn more JS. And since my JS skillz are pretty newbish jquery helped me out quite a bit also ;)
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  579. # [17:55] <cgcardona> danbeam: yeah that seems like a great idea
  580. # [17:56] <danbeam> cgcardona: yeah, it'd be cool but there are some issues, first of which is that it's moderately hard, :)
  581. # [17:56] <cgcardona> heh right
  582. # [17:57] <danbeam> cgcardona: second of which is that you'd want to know what env your scripts are running in and have some way of looking at what other modules/libs/script segments are already in your page
  583. # [17:57] <danbeam> cgcardona: and if you're making a compiler, you'd probably want to bundle your stuff in only 1 scope, which pretty much makes it impossible to reuse
  584. # [17:57] <danbeam> but maybe not
  585. # [17:58] <danbeam> Rebecca Murphey talked about having a standard lib in JS at JSConf, but I'm not sure it gained traction
  586. # [17:58] <danbeam> (like an STL for JS)
  587. # [17:58] <danbeam> that'd be pretty sweet
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  593. # [18:00] <Ali> I could see it as being neat, but I don't see it gaining much support any time soon
  594. # [18:01] <Ali> it's easy enough to just link to cdn's and such
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  600. # [18:08] <Ali> cgcardona, is there an easy way to add a "progress bar" for audio content so you can also click to jump forward and backward in the audio file to this. I am very unfamiliar with the Audio API so not sure if what I'm seeking is something easy or not.
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  603. # [18:13] <cgcardona> there is a <progress> tag though I'm not sure about the current support. You can get song.currectTime which will allow you to create your own custom scrub bar with js.
  604. # [18:14] <Ali> can you move the audio to a point in time on click though with the audio API?
  605. # [18:15] <Ali> if your bar is 100px wide and you click on 96th px or something jump to 96%, or do tooltips and drag and drop where it lists "2:33" when dragging and so on?
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  607. # [18:16] <cgcardona> I think I know what you mean. yeah you can move the audio to anypoint in the track by doing audioElement.currenTime = timeYouWant;
  608. # [18:16] <cgcardona> *currentTime
  609. # [18:16] <cgcardona> so if you did the math and your js new that 96px = 96% of the original song length then yeah you could set the time to that point on click
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  611. # [18:17] <danbeam> cgcardona: I'm at audiofile.cc/boombox in Chromium and clicking play/pause/prev/next isn't doing anything for me at full volume -- is my platform not supported?
  612. # [18:18] <cgcardona> i just found out about that this morning in #web. I haven't tested chromium. Only chrome, FF, safari, Opera, and IE9
  613. # [18:18] <cgcardona> da^
  614. # [18:18] <cgcardona> danbeam: ^
  615. # [18:18] <danbeam> ah
  616. # [18:18] <danbeam> ok
  617. # [18:18] <cgcardona> I (wrongly) just assumed that if it worked in chrome it worked in chromium
  618. # [18:18] <cgcardona> guess not
  619. # [18:18] <danbeam> was wondering why the boombox extension wasn't doing much either
  620. # [18:18] <cgcardona> heh
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  623. # [18:19] <danbeam> cgcardona: yeah, working in Chrome on same system
  624. # [18:19] <danbeam> weird
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  626. # [18:20] <danbeam> cgcardona: P.S. are you wrapping the HTML5 audio/video engines or using them more directly? (I'm looking for some potential code to cop for Y! Media Player's HTML5 engine in the future, :D)
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  631. # [18:21] <danbeam> cgcardona: nvm, just starting looking at your source, ;)
  632. # [18:21] <FollowerofMendax> am desgining website and started using gradient backgrounds, they only show up on firefox same with the favicon any help?
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  634. # [18:22] <cgcardona> danbeam: please let me know if you have any questions
  635. # [18:23] <tw2113> :D
  636. # [18:23] <danbeam> cgcardona: btw, you know this isn't totally global, right? // Create a global BOOMBOX object to hold all of the global vars.
  637. # [18:23] <tw2113> i get to tell myself to "suit up" today and will likely do it in Barney Stinson's voice
  638. # [18:23] <danbeam> cgcardona: var BOOMBOX = {}; // this is inside self-executing anonymous func
  639. # [18:24] <cgcardona> so I don't need to assign all the vars to BOOMBOX to make them non global?
  640. # [18:24] <cgcardona> danbeam: ^
  641. # [18:25] <danbeam> cgcardona: they're global to the func, but they're not exposed to outer scope -- so if this is what you want, that's cool
  642. # [18:25] <danbeam> cgcardona: I looked futher and you're using it like a jQuery plugin anyways, right? (that's the intented API?)
  643. # [18:25] <cgcardona> yep
  644. # [18:26] <danbeam> cgcardona: you'd rather people call $('#blah').boombox('method') than BOOMBOX.methods.method, right?
  645. # [18:27] <tw2113> hey you two, stop talking to each other and talk to me for a second
  646. # [18:27] <danbeam> tw2113: wat
  647. # [18:27] <danbeam> tw2113: :P
  648. # [18:27] <tw2113> what are some good questions to ask interviewee to interviewer?
  649. # [18:27] <tw2113> for a web dev position
  650. # [18:27] <danbeam> tw2113: that's a long question, dude
  651. # [18:27] <cgcardona> tech stack?
  652. # [18:27] <cgcardona> dev team size?
  653. # [18:27] <cgcardona> engineers to bus dev ratio
  654. # [18:27] <tw2113> i think i'd be one of the primary people, they have lots of designers
  655. # [18:27] <cgcardona> levels of managers between you and the main boss
  656. # [18:28] <tw2113> tech stack would be a good one
  657. # [18:28] <tw2113> and how frequently updated
  658. # [18:28] <danbeam> tw2113: except that this can change at a moments notice
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  661. # [18:29] <tw2113> i have 5 so far
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  665. # [18:30] <tw2113> how involved will i be in early planning stages, primary job duties, like PSD->html/wp/cms or would I be doing some other things like custom functionality or client specific plugins etc, expected turnaround time for both small and large projects, company policy regarding browser depth support, and how comfortable my potential coworkers are with the platforms/cmses i'll be using frequently
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  671. # [18:34] <cgcardona> danbeam: as it's written right now the api for people calling the methods themselves is not correct. Yeah considering that people aren't just pluggin and playing the API you mentioned is a better choice
  672. # [18:34] <cgcardona> i ran into a problem with audiofile.js where I wasn't implementing the jquery plugin correctly and when someone called a method they had to pass in an empty string as the first argument to take the place of the settings object literal. I need to understand how that's done a bit better
  673. # [18:35] <danbeam> cgcardona: it just might be easier for people to use an API if it's as loosely coupled as possible
  674. # [18:35] <cgcardona> tw2113: that looks like a good list
  675. # [18:35] <cgcardona> right
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  679. # [18:39] <tw2113> bbs, need to shower before suiting up :D
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  682. # [18:41] <danbeam> cgcardona: you'll get to see my boombox soon enough, :) (OK, totally not *mine*, but Yahoo!'s heh)\
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  684. # [18:41] <cgcardona> danbeam: please let me know when it's live
  685. # [18:41] <danbeam> cgcardona: I will, :)
  686. # [18:42] <danbeam> cgcardona: in the mean time, this was the group before me's idea of an API -- not complete but not bad -- http://mediaplayer.yahoo.com/api/
  687. # [18:42] <cgcardona> cool thanks
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  689. # [18:43] <cgcardona> wow this is cool
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  691. # [18:44] <danbeam> cgcardona: it's a tiny bit unreliable at the moment, as it's now considered legacy, but it's something that's worth thinking about if you want to let others find cool/hacky ways to use your player
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  714. # [19:23] <tw2113> ooh cgcardona another good question just came to mind
  715. # [19:23] <tw2113> "what are your opinions and support levels for employees to attend conferences related to their position"
  716. # [19:24] <danbeam> tw2113: good one, :)
  717. # [19:24] <danbeam> tw2113: I ask this as well
  718. # [19:25] <cgcardona> tw2113: great question
  719. # [19:25] <thatryan> tw2113 stupid question you fail life!
  720. # [19:25] <thatryan> ;)
  721. # [19:25] <tw2113> you fail at epic mug collecting thatryan
  722. # [19:25] <thatryan> lol
  723. # [19:26] <cgcardona> lolz
  724. # [19:27] <tw2113> i'm up to 7 questions
  725. # [19:28] <cgcardona> tw2113: picture of you in a suit?
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  727. # [19:28] <tw2113> i'll get suited up early enough to snap and post a picture to twitter/g+
  728. # [19:28] <cgcardona> nice
  729. # [19:28] <tw2113> sadly, it's a bit tighter than i remembr last year about this time
  730. # [19:29] <tw2113> i'z not as skinny
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  733. # [19:29] <tw2113> dang, it's nearing a year since I stopped wearing a badge for citibank security
  734. # [19:29] <cgcardona> celebration in order?
  735. # [19:30] <tw2113> hopefully, i called my last dev job a late birthday present, since i got it the week after my birthday in august
  736. # [19:30] <tw2113> hopefully i can call this one an early gift
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  739. # [19:34] <tw2113> best part is that i'm pretty confident
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  743. # [19:42] * dwebb snuggles tw2113
  744. # [19:43] <danbeam> lolwut
  745. # [19:44] <tw2113> dwebb didn't want to embarrass himself in front of everyone in #wordpress
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  747. # [19:44] <dwebb> yes, sorry.. it's a /fedora thing
  748. # [19:44] <danbeam> ah
  749. # [19:44] <danbeam> k
  750. # [19:45] * danbeam is not sure whether he's glad or mad he doesn't use Fedora anymore
  751. # [19:45] <cgcardona> hah lolz
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  753. # [19:45] <dwebb> we've got a broken arrow!
  754. # [19:46] <tw2113> that too, i forgot you sport the fedora linux
  755. # [19:46] <tw2113> it was too superior to you dan
  756. # [19:47] <danbeam> Ubuntu now
  757. # [19:47] <danbeam> I like having more than 1,000 users of my platform, :P
  758. # [19:47] <tw2113> sounds about right :P
  759. # [19:48] <tw2113> that's shuttleworth's marketing hype
  760. # [19:48] <dwebb> heh
  761. # [19:49] <dwebb> i use centos on this system for dev work
  762. # [19:49] <danbeam> I don't care who did it -- whatever gets me a working solution in 1 google search / fresh packages in my repo / new software all the time
  763. # [19:49] <dwebb> i use fedora on my netbook now and my spare laptop
  764. # [19:49] <danbeam> Fedora/RHEL/CentOS are all good, just found Ubuntu more suitable to my needs in the long run
  765. # [19:50] <dwebb> your need for "brown" ?
  766. # [19:50] <dwebb> ;)
  767. # [19:50] <danbeam> Debian/Ubuntu/Mint** etc.
  768. # [19:50] <dwebb> yea, distro-war type junk is so pointless
  769. # [19:50] <danbeam> that's Gnome that's brown, no (not Ubuntu)? anyways, I'm colorblind, heh
  770. # [19:50] <danbeam> dwebb: indeed
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  772. # [19:50] <dwebb> no one ever "wins" and everyone looks like they have assy nipples
  773. # [19:51] * danbeam is not sure what assy nipples means but is pretty confident dwebb may have a neckbeard
  774. # [19:51] <dwebb> hahaha
  775. # [19:51] <dwebb> a chicken cobble
  776. # [19:52] <dwebb> big ol' red flappy skin
  777. # [19:52] <tw2113> i still haven't fully gotten into gnome3
  778. # [19:52] <tw2113> i reverted back to fluxbox
  779. # [19:52] <Ali> I prefer Ubuntu, but I use OSX at work and have a MBP so I'm on that the majority of time.
  780. # [19:52] <dwebb> i reverted to xfce
  781. # [19:52] <Ali> Ubuntu does everything I need, but there is really no point to the "distro-wars" just people flaming pointlessly
  782. # [19:53] <tw2113> i get the feeling i'll be back on macs if i land this job
  783. # [19:53] <dwebb> i used that before, but i started with gnome in like 1998 when i worked at micron
  784. # [19:53] <Ali> RHE/CentOS have some cred for servers and security, Fedora, Debian, Gentoo, etc... all good
  785. # [19:53] <tw2113> thus once again consistently confusing myself for the first part of the day and then right away once i get home
  786. # [19:53] <tw2113> oh yeah, i need to use the pretzel key here at work
  787. # [19:53] <Ali> Ubuntu just has a generally bigger community so easier to do most normal tasks etc... Linux is Linux
  788. # [19:53] <tw2113> oh yeah, i can go back to ctrl now that i'm home
  789. # [19:53] <dwebb> each problem demands a unique solution
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  791. # [19:53] <Ali> "At least it;s not Windows"
  792. # [19:54] <dwebb> like like no relationship is the same
  793. # [19:54] <dwebb> *just like
  794. # [19:54] <dwebb> i have type stutter tourettes
  795. # [19:54] <danbeam> Ali, dwebb: ya and ya
  796. # [19:54] <danbeam> t-t-t-t-t-today junior
  797. # [19:54] <Ali> w-w-what did you say?
  798. # [19:55] <dwebb> assy nipple!
  799. # [19:55] <Ali> i noticed these channel logs get posted online and come up pretty high in google searches... wont be long before that becomes a common catch phrase dwebb.
  800. # [19:55] <tw2113> i wonder how fast i could superimpose my face on barney stinson
  801. # [19:56] <Ali> maybe we can be more careful about catch phrases generated in here :/
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  803. # [19:56] <sharustar> anyone happen to know when there gonna open the gates to google plus
  804. # [19:56] <tw2113> 42
  805. # [19:56] <dwebb> Ali· haha
  806. # [19:57] <dwebb> Ali· you'll have to credit the jerky boys
  807. # [19:57] <cgcardona> sharustar: I read on g+ that they are slowly opening them now. Have you checked recently?
  808. # [19:57] <dwebb> "sol rosenberg" came up with assy nipples like 20 years ago
  809. # [19:57] <dwebb> he's the guy who plays "mort" on family guy
  810. # [19:57] <dwebb> sol is just another of his characters
  811. # [19:57] <tw2113> oh 80s crude comedy albums
  812. # [19:57] <dwebb> ;)
  813. # [19:58] <dwebb> i just played "bad ass massage" from jerky boys 3 this morning for my niece and nephews
  814. # [19:58] <dwebb> they're all from 5 - 11
  815. # [19:58] <tw2113> were they shocked or bored?
  816. # [19:58] <dwebb> they loved it
  817. # [19:58] <tw2113> timeless
  818. # [19:58] <dwebb> my sister is pretty cool with them so they're comical
  819. # [19:58] <tw2113> now to introduce them to the butthole surfers?
  820. # [19:58] <dwebb> haha
  821. # [19:59] <dwebb> i loaded up like 35gb of music on a netbook and gave it to the 11 year old
  822. # [19:59] <dwebb> everything from punk to jazz
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  824. # [20:00] <dwebb> gave him a bunch of my fav movies as a kid, flash gordon, clockwork orange, clash of the titans
  825. # [20:00] <Ali> cgcardona, i got your email the other day with the post you shared but it still didn't work
  826. # [20:00] <cgcardona> Ali: have you tried recently? If you got the email then you got invited
  827. # [20:00] <Ali> They're landing page even says sorry if you have a straight out invite "Already invited? We've temporarily exceeded our capacity. Please try again soon."
  828. # [20:00] <dwebb> hey tw2113 id the 3.2 update screw with your admin panel css at all?
  829. # [20:01] <Ali> one second ill try again
  830. # [20:01] <sharustar> Ali: you talking about g+
  831. # [20:01] <tw2113> not that i've seen, but i kind of updated then logged out to do other things
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  833. # [20:02] <dwebb> tw2113· must be my fluency admin plugin then
  834. # [20:02] <Ali> sharustar, yes
  835. # [20:02] * tw2113 went bare faced for a little while
  836. # [20:02] <tw2113> i didn't think a goatee would loop the best for the interview
  837. # [20:03] <dwebb> i will never shave my goatee
  838. # [20:03] <dwebb> it's small now
  839. # [20:03] <dwebb> well trimmed
  840. # [20:04] <Ali> cgcardona, still not working, when I click on your name I can see your profile but I also get a popup bar at the top in yellow that says "There was a problem completing this action. Please try again."
  841. # [20:04] <cgcardona> tw2113: with no goatee and in a suit. Now I gotta see a pic
  842. # [20:04] <tw2113> and you will
  843. # [20:04] <dwebb> a goatee says "hey, i have a goatee"
  844. # [20:04] <dwebb> which i do.
  845. # [20:04] <tw2113> the interview is in an hour and it takes maybe 20 minutes to get to the place including some lobby waiting time
  846. # [20:05] <dwebb> tw2113· we talkin' matrix lobby scene?
  847. # [20:05] <cgcardona> what do you see at plus.google.com Ali ?
  848. # [20:05] <tw2113> sidenote: i wish i knew exactly how valid Cracked was http://www.cracked.com/article_19317_7-pieces-good-news-nobody-reporting.html
  849. # [20:05] <sharustar> there splash page :)
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  851. # [20:06] <sharustar> the reason we get there splash page is due to the fact of there marketing strategy. The rollout is going to be somewhat slow
  852. # [20:06] <sharustar> it increases the hype
  853. # [20:06] <sharustar> http://www.chrisbrogan.com/googleplus50/
  854. # [20:07] <sharustar> slow roll outs with minimal users from each country - this allows a better understanding of how it's going to be used, and utilized per individual society and geographical area. Thus far, it seems asian counties are the largest groups.
  855. # [20:08] <Ali> cgcardona, There was a problem completing this action. Please try again.
  856. # [20:08] <Ali> blah
  857. # [20:08] <Ali> cgcardona, http://dl.dropbox.com/u/31016167/screenshot.png
  858. # [20:08] <cgcardona> really? strange
  859. # [20:08] <sharustar> Ali: your not going to be able to get in right now. Read above
  860. # [20:08] <cgcardona> "Already invited? We've temp. exceeded our capacity..." in the bottom right
  861. # [20:09] <cgcardona> My wife saw that screen even after she got an invitation also. but one random time she tried and it let her in
  862. # [20:09] <Ali> Yea, that's been there since I first visited without an invite.
  863. # [20:09] <Ali> cgcardona, so just refresh spam it!
  864. # [20:09] <sharustar> its because they open the gates here and there.
  865. # [20:10] <sharustar> like i said it keeps the hype up...overrates the project :)
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  875. # [20:19] <Ali> I can understand "hyping up" normal projects but a Social Networking project is successful by the numbers of your friends/contacts/etc are also on it
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  877. # [20:19] <Ali> So I would have to disagree with not just opening up the flood gates full bore for G+
  878. # [20:20] <tw2113> oy, it's a warm day out, i'm going to have on 3 layers. undershirt, shirt, an jacket
  879. # [20:20] <tw2113> i'm going to die
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  881. # [20:20] <Ali> you could, well, not wear the jacket?
  882. # [20:21] <tw2113> but then i wouldn't look as awesome
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  884. # [20:21] <tw2113> i'll hold off on the jacket until i get here
  885. # [20:21] <tw2113> there*
  886. # [20:21] <Ali> i'm not convinced that being all sweaty does either
  887. # [20:23] <sharustar> tw2113: where do you live?
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  897. # [20:28] <cgcardona> who wants to help me get this to the front page of hacker news? http://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=2730931
  898. # [20:29] <tw2113> south dakota usa
  899. # [20:29] <BrianBlakely> I HAVE BEEN TO YOUR "West Coast"
  900. # [20:30] <BrianBlakely> AND I APPROVE
  901. # [20:30] <BrianBlakely> YOU MAY ENTER THE GALACTIC FEDERATION UNDER PROVISIONAL STATUS
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  905. # [20:38] <BrianBlakely> Anyone here use Cloud9?
  906. # [20:38] <BrianBlakely> If so, please convert me; I have questions.
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  909. # [20:39] <BrianBlakely> Want to stop using apps tied to an OS
  910. # [20:39] <cgcardona> on the second page of hacker news. almost there!
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  912. # [20:40] <tw2113> about to tweet the pic, and then i'm out of hee
  913. # [20:40] <tw2113> here
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  915. # [20:42] <Ali> BrianBlakely, cloud9ide has yet to convert me, i'm still liking netbeans which is cross OS
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  918. # [20:43] <Ali> Cloud9 would be "good enough" if you were running Chrome OS or something though, or on a 10 year old computer, Win98 and all.
  919. # [20:43] <Ali> ;)
  920. # [20:43] <BrianBlakely> Ali: Can you edit… like.. local files with Cloud9?
  921. # [20:45] <Ali> I only trialed it, but I did make a comment that Cloud9 would need a virtual local environment to be useful so you could have www.cloud9ide.com/username/projectname or something and see what youre deving live
  922. # [20:45] <Ali> but afaik it doesnt have anything to dev files on your hard drive
  923. # [20:45] <BrianBlakely> Urrggg
  924. # [20:45] <BrianBlakely> Not good
  925. # [20:45] <BrianBlakely> Thank you sir :)
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  927. # [20:46] <Ali> The point of a Cloud IDE would be to do everything in the cloud I would assume BrianBlakely
  928. # [20:46] <Ali> So I wouldn't see lack of editing files on your hard drive as a limitation or missing feature etc of this product
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  930. # [20:51] <Ali> If Cloud9 becomes what it should be I would love to use that with SVN to have cloud9ide.com/ali/project1 (dev) or even possibly an IP with vhost built into their site that would allow me to host file dev.somesite.com (dev) -> qa.somesite.com (qa) -> www.somesite.com (prod)
  931. # [20:52] <Ali> it's the local environment part that really makes it hard for me to see a cloud ide really excelling unless they really do it right and let you choose Tomcat versions, run ant/maven builds, run LAMP for anther project etc all under one account etc
  932. # [20:52] <Ali> host filing is convenient so i can do a dev.* domain but not completely required
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  936. # [20:55] <moo-_-> LAMP sucks :)
  937. # [20:55] <moo-_-> it's cloooooud nowadays :)
  938. # [20:56] <Ms2ger> Cloud on LAMP?
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  943. # [20:58] <moo-_-> anything which is hardwired to Apache or MySQL sucks :)
  944. # [20:58] <moo-_-> e.g. htaccess or MySQL specific SQL queries
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  949. # [20:58] <sedovsek> Why do you think so?
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  951. # [20:59] <sedovsek> (MySQL Specific queries)
  952. # [20:59] <moo-_-> sedovsek: because there might be a day that you really don't want to run MySQL anymore
  953. # [20:59] <moo-_-> I have had many such of days in my life
  954. # [21:00] <moo-_-> and there nowadays exist decent ORM frameworks
  955. # [21:00] <moo-_-> so doing SQL-by-hand has no excuse
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  958. # [21:00] <sedovsek> You can run ORM frameworks on apache and use MySQL as your database.
  959. # [21:01] <moo-_-> yes
  960. # [21:01] <sedovsek> Although I never actually transported data to another database.
  961. # [21:01] <moo-_-> but if you don't use any ORM and if your application logic depends on apache configs
  962. # [21:01] <sedovsek> And I think noone actually does that.
  963. # [21:01] <moo-_-> then it sucks
  964. # [21:01] <Ali> I think Zend Framework 2.0 was using Doctrine by default isn't it?
  965. # [21:01] <Ali> it's in beta release iirc
  966. # [21:02] <sedovsek> You could use doctrine, yes.
  967. # [21:02] <moo-_-> sedovsek: easier use case
  968. # [21:02] <moo-_-> you want to switch of nginx over apache
  969. # [21:02] <moo-_-> for performance
  970. # [21:02] <moo-_-> of/to
  971. # [21:03] <Ali> the only reliance on .htaccess is for mod_rewrite, but you can easily fix that if you switch hosting and such
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  973. # [21:03] <Ali> Since code doesn't rely at all on those settings
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  975. # [21:03] <moo-_-> Ali: then you have good code :)
  976. # [21:04] <sedovsek> In either case you'll need to configure a server.
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  979. # [21:06] <sedovsek> Besides... there is node.js web server which is *very* specific. Would you say node.js also sucks for the same reason?
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  994. # [21:25] <uf0_work> gentlemen, what code editor do you recommened or best one out there
  995. # [21:25] <uf0_work> ?
  996. # [21:25] <uf0_work> i mainly a html/css dev fyi
  997. # [21:25] <nlogax> emacs
  998. # [21:25] <swalk> vim
  999. # [21:25] <nlogax> FIGHT
  1000. # [21:26] <uf0_work> been looking at coda and textmate
  1001. # [21:27] <nlogax> textmate has been dead for years
  1002. # [21:27] <uf0_work> k
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  1004. # [21:27] <nlogax> or on life support at least
  1005. # [21:27] <obert-> textmate wasnt a OSX thing?
  1006. # [21:28] <uf0_work> i'm on mac by the way
  1007. # [21:28] <Ali> gEdit!
  1008. # [21:28] <Ali> they have a version for Mac!
  1009. # [21:28] <Ali> but it's default on Gnome
  1010. # [21:29] <uf0_work> ok.
  1011. # [21:29] <obert-> textmate is dead?
  1012. # [21:29] <Ali> ...personally I just use Netbeans 7, it has good syntax checking, highlighting, code completion, tab management and it recognizes html5 tags etc
  1013. # [21:29] * Ali prefers Netbeans 7 (IDE), gEdit (editor)
  1014. # [21:29] <uf0_work> yea i def need html5/css3 support
  1015. # [21:30] <swalk> pretty much any good editor does
  1016. # [21:30] <Ali> true
  1017. # [21:30] <swalk> check out sublime 2
  1018. # [21:30] <uf0_work> k
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  1021. # [21:31] <Ali> uf0, more importantly what kind of work flow are you using? -> will you be using a local dev environment.. using git, svn, etc?
  1022. # [21:31] <Ali> is it a j2ee site? are you deploying on tomcat? or what?
  1023. # [21:32] <Ali> Some full IDE's have better support for some if that stuff, and there are plugins for things like HTML/CSS/JS code completion and syntax highlighting etc
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  1025. # [21:32] <Ali> J2EE/Spring/Maven sites deployed on Tomcat etc... I would recommend STS/Eclipse with some plugins probably.
  1026. # [21:32] <Ali> Netbeans is good for most everything else imo, though it's very much preference
  1027. # [21:32] <uf0_work> Ali: I use alot of svn
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  1029. # [21:33] <uf0_work> have to commit files etc..
  1030. # [21:33] <uf0_work> mainly use for html/js/css
  1031. # [21:33] <uf0_work> and php
  1032. # [21:33] <Ali> If you want built in SVN instead of using a separate SVN client then you'll need to look into a "full IDE" like Netbeans, Eclipse, Web/PHP/etc/Storm (IntelliJ), etc
  1033. # [21:34] <Ms2ger> Who the hell wants SVN?
  1034. # [21:34] <obert-> everybody
  1035. # [21:34] <Ali> PHP based projects where your main concern is HTML/CSS/JS I would suggest Netbeans 7. I've never used Sublime and such but Netbeans will do you good.
  1036. # [21:34] <Ms2ger> I don't
  1037. # [21:34] <Ms2ger> hg <3
  1038. # [21:34] <obert-> how do you backups? copy and paste folders for n times?:)
  1039. # [21:35] <Ali> Well, most IDE's support other versioning systems such as Git...
  1040. # [21:35] <uf0_work> got it thanks guys
  1041. # [21:35] <sedovsek> uf0_work: Asking this question on #html5 was clearly a bad idea. :P
  1042. # [21:35] <Ali> obert-, he meant non-svn versioning systems, which still do versioning and such
  1043. # [21:36] <uf0_work> sedovsek: why's that?
  1044. # [21:36] <sedovsek> I suggest you try both of them and just see which one *feels* better for you.
  1045. # [21:36] <obert-> thought about the whole thing:)
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  1048. # [21:36] <obert-> mercurial is my prefer thing
  1049. # [21:36] <Ali> sedovsek, what's the best backend programming language? best linux distro? firefox or chrome? oh and favorite food?
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  1051. # [21:36] <sedovsek> Ali: Exactly!
  1052. # [21:37] <Ms2ger> Firefox, obv :)
  1053. # [21:37] <uf0_work> maybe I should've rephrased it to..
  1054. # [21:37] <uf0_work> what's your 'favorite' ;)
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  1056. # [21:37] <uf0_work> instead of beat
  1057. # [21:37] <uf0_work> best**
  1058. # [21:38] <Ali> improved vocabulary++;
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  1060. # [21:38] <uf0_work> lol
  1061. # [21:39] <Ali> Ms2ger, I dunno - I don't think anything can beat my IE6 or IE7 running in VMWare Unity
  1062. # [21:39] <sedovsek> I use jEdit on PC, textmate on Mac and vim on linux.
  1063. # [21:39] <Ms2ger> Ali++
  1064. # [21:40] <Ali> I would love if they made IE tester work natively on *nix
  1065. # [21:40] <Ali> It seems like it would have been made primarily for nix users... tbh
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  1091. # [22:23] <BrianBlakely> I have no desire to go full-monty cloud, but I want to only use web apps.
  1092. # [22:24] <BrianBlakely> Why should these two concepts be connected?
  1093. # [22:24] <BrianBlakely> That's the issue I have with Chrome OS that I haven't been able to articulate
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  1105. # [22:36] <David_Bradbury> Want to know how to make a web developer cringe?
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  1107. # [22:36] <BrianBlakely> David_Bradbury: How does one make a web developer cringe?
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  1113. # [22:36] <David_Bradbury> Ask them to make something using these effects: http://www.jansfreeware.com/articles/presentations/slide2.html (Only works in IE)
  1114. # [22:37] <David_Bradbury> eg: Be asked to use IE Page Transitions
  1115. # [22:37] <BrianBlakely> Huh… I cringed!
  1116. # [22:37] <David_Bradbury> :D
  1117. # [22:37] <BrianBlakely> But it's a good point… CSS3 can't do that!
  1118. # [22:38] <David_Bradbury> Indeed xD
  1119. # [22:38] <BrianBlakely> SVG filters on HTML content might
  1120. # [22:38] <BrianBlakely> So you have IE6/7/8/9 and FF4/5
  1121. # [22:38] <BrianBlakely> But no Webkit
  1122. # [22:38] <tw2113> danbeam cgcardona thatryan i didn't instantly get the job, and i'm not sure yet if it will be in-house or freelance style, but I am destined to come back in next week sometime(date/time pending)
  1123. # [22:39] <David_Bradbury> Ugg, figuring that out in all browsers sounds so ugly I don't even want to think about it
  1124. # [22:39] <thatryan> tw2113: congrats dude :)
  1125. # [22:40] <tw2113> so i made it to round 2! *pumps fist*
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  1127. # [22:41] <BrianBlakely> tw2113: Where's this?
  1128. # [22:41] <BrianBlakely> David_Bradbury: Probably not at all possible in Webkit, and it's difficult but doable in FF
  1129. # [22:41] <tw2113> local company
  1130. # [22:42] <David_Bradbury> BrianBlakely: Well yes, but I'd get rid of filter all together and just either do some JQuery or Canvas stuff
  1131. # [22:42] <BrianBlakely> tw2113: Well best of luck :)
  1132. # [22:42] <tw2113> thanks
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  1140. # [22:54] <cgcardona> tw2113: congrats!
  1141. # [22:55] <tw2113> i'm confident i'll get some level of work out of it, whether in-house or freelance style
  1142. # [22:55] <tw2113> although i will admit i was hoping more in-house
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  1160. # [23:11] <danbeam> tw2113: good luck, dude!
  1161. # [23:11] <danbeam> tw2113: good job so far!
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  1163. # [23:12] <tw2113> the conference stuff is encouraged when viable
  1164. # [23:13] <tw2113> the guy mentioned that if there were 5 conferences in the next 6 months or so, they'd fully encourage some of them, but not likely to get ALL of them
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  1166. # [23:17] <danbeam> tw2113: haha, sweet
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  1181. # [23:47] <Danielss89> hi..
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  1183. # [23:48] <Danielss89> I'm trying to get html5 cache to work.. It works in google chrome, but not in firefox... http://frisr.dk/calendar <-- live example.. any idea on why it wont work in firefox?
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  1185. # [23:51] <moo-_-> Danielss89: what are the symptons?
  1186. # [23:51] <moo-_-> in firefox I get the pop-up "would you like to save?"
  1187. # [23:51] <Danielss89> thats firefox asking..
  1188. # [23:51] <Danielss89> you should press always..
  1189. # [23:51] <Danielss89> but it still doest cache anything..
  1190. # [23:52] <Danielss89> when i go offline its just like being offline on an normal website..
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  1192. # [23:52] <moo-_-> Danielss89: hmm
  1193. # [23:53] <moo-_-> you might want ask on stackoverflow.com or #firefox
  1194. # [23:53] <moo-_-> I opened manifest
  1195. # [23:53] <tw2113> localStorage: 0 items in Storage
  1196. # [23:53] <moo-_-> I don't see anything special beyond root relative URLs
  1197. # [23:53] <tw2113> in case that was part of it
  1198. # [23:53] <Jayflux> Danielss89 how are you checking in ff
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  1200. # [23:54] <Danielss89> i dont understand why it doesnt cache.. i've just tried aa html5 demo and that worked :S
  1201. # [23:54] <Jayflux> how are you telling in ff its not caching?
  1202. # [23:55] <Danielss89> it doesnt work when i go offline :D
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  1204. # [23:57] <tw2113> one thing i did notice, i don't know how feasible it is to cache google's jquery files
  1205. # [23:57] <tw2113> i may be wrong though
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  1207. # [23:59] <Danielss89> i need jquery to work in offline mode..
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