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11:50:22  <JasonSmith>azk: You can definitely use CommonJS
11:51:56  <azk>Ok cool
11:52:06  <azk>Nice fish btw
11:54:33  <vmx>JasonSmith: what kind of auth does iriscouch support. there was someone asking a i didn't give that good answers :)
11:55:58  <JasonSmith>vmx: Well standard CouchDB stuff of course; + BrowserID + Ocasta OAuth
11:56:25  <vmx>wasn't there also facebook?
11:56:33  <JasonSmith>vmx: Well that is OAuth 2.0
11:56:36  <vmx>and what is Ocasta OAuth?
11:56:53  <JasonSmith>I know the Ocasta auth plugin supports Facebook, but I think it also works for anything OAuth 2.0 which would include Twitter and others (but I have not confirmed myself yet)
11:57:20  <JasonSmith>vmx: It is this https://github.com/ocastalabs/CouchDB-XO_Auth
11:58:08  <vmx>oh, nice
11:58:49  <vmx>JasonSmith: i currently work on my new spatial index. i guess it will make customers really happy as i expect the file size to be way smaller ;)
11:58:54  <vmx>;) = :)
11:59:21  <JasonSmith>vmx: Nice! By the way I got a question about ?skip and &limit with spatial
12:00:19  <JasonSmith>vmx: https://getsatisfaction.com/iriscouch/topics/skip_and_limit_are_not_recognized_in_spatial_queries?utm_content=topic_link&utm_medium=email&utm_source=new_topic
12:00:26  <JasonSmith>Known bug?
12:01:01  <vmx>i don't think it's in the couchdb version yet. but it works, and i only need to backport it from the couchbase branch https://github.com/couchbase/geocouch/commit/890c41887a5826fb2f3e87cb3e060e227d168460
12:03:12  <vmx>let me backport it now
12:04:53  <JasonSmith>vmx: Thanks!
12:10:30  <vmx>done https://github.com/couchbase/geocouch/commits/couchdb1.2.x
12:10:44  <vmx>i don't really have the time to test it, but i don't know a reason why it shouldn't :)
12:11:18  <JasonSmith>vmx: Thanks!
12:11:35  <JasonSmith>vmx: I will test it and ask my user to test it then
12:11:48  <vmx>that would be great
12:12:12  <vmx>this is what i call collaboration! :)
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