00:00:01  <Tojiro>Ah, I see
00:00:43  <Berglund>I'm getting an error when trying to list my databases. https://gist.github.com/3173520
00:02:04  <kohai>@PreetamJinka Not sure if I like currying #callbacks because it's cool or because I'm Indian... #nodejs #v8 http://t.co/WZkQMPT4
00:02:20  <kohai>@sandfoxuk @indutny @felixge Yeah, your avatar has become my “bitch, please” response to daft #nodejs related questions
00:02:44  <Tojiro>Well, I've got it working for now by renaming the folder to vendor/. I'll look into .npmignore further and see if that gets me working with the old name
00:02:46  <Tojiro>Thank you
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00:07:34  <jesusabdullah>Berglund: Try `npm cache clean && npm install jitsu -g`
00:07:46  <jesusabdullah>Berglund: That's an old version of jitsu against a newer version of the api
00:07:57  <jesusabdullah>Berglund: jitsu -v to confirm latest version
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00:11:58  <Berglund>jesusabdullah: Great! That worked!
00:12:12  <jesusabdullah>Cool.
00:12:26  <Berglund>Is it possible to add a user as a "collaborator", so that he can deploy to the same url as I?
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00:12:34  <jesusabdullah>Not yet but soon
00:12:42  <Berglund>Awesome!
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00:15:18  <blakmatrix>DTrejo: you should extract that out to restful commands, bring him up and down and join/unjoin with curl :P `curl -u <username>:<pw/token> npmbro.jit.su/johnny5isalive`
00:15:37  <DTrejo>I could, but im lazy aha
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00:15:45  <DTrejo>maybe next version
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00:25:56  <Init--WithStyle->Is it possible to store various media (pictures, videos, etc..) that might be required by an express server for hosting on the nodejitsu cloud? Could someone point me towards the correct doc for this question?
00:26:38  <jesusabdullah>Init--WithStyle-: Anything that gets bundled with your app will work with express's static fileserver middleware (and others)
00:26:38  <kohai>Init has -13 beers
00:27:18  <Init--WithStyle->What is the nodejitsu cloud storage space cap?
00:27:23  <jesusabdullah>Init--WithStyle-: You don't get a ton of space but enough for your normal stuff. If you need files to persist across deploys, or a lot of them, etc., you'll want to look into some other cloud storage api
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00:27:23  <kohai>Init has -14 beers
00:27:34  <Init--WithStyle->i see
00:27:37  <jesusabdullah>like s3 or rackspace's cloudfiles r whatever
00:27:48  <Init--WithStyle->so large files that can be accessed slowly, external, small files that need to be quickly accessed, on the cloud
00:28:01  <jesusabdullah>Well like
00:28:14  <jesusabdullah>pictures, short videos, the usual stuff, you can just deploy with your app
00:28:53  <jesusabdullah>but if you're managing other peoples' photos, have files on the order of 100s of megs or larger, etc., you'll want s3 anyway
00:29:13  <jesusabdullah>basically, just remember that files don't persist across deploys, and that there are limits to the size that a snapshot should be
00:29:45  <Init--WithStyle->ok
00:29:54  <Init--WithStyle->i'm looking at the docs right now, which one pertains to bundling?
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00:35:21  <kohai>@LetsNode The Changelog: Week of July 16th, 2012 https://t.co/AAzHjwky #NodeJS #LetsNode
00:35:29  <jesusabdullah>Init--WithStyle-: We use npm to bundle your application, so npm's docs on how it bundles.
00:35:30  <kohai>Init has -15 beers
00:36:45  <kohai>@npmupdates Updated: socket.io-client to v0.9.8. Socket.IO client for the browser and node.js http://t.co/wpEZnsl7
00:37:07  <kohai>@nodenpm socket.io-client (0.9.8): http://t.co/6WULAEwj Socket.IO client for the browser and node.js
00:37:50  <kohai>@danieltdt Current status: instalando node.js no windows
00:38:07  <Init--WithStyle->Wow I was always under the impression NPM handled dependencies of modules.. i didn't know it also included directories of media and th elike
00:38:25  <Init--WithStyle->I guess it is a complete "dependency" solution
00:38:35  <coderarity>Init--WithStyle-, yeah, `npm pack` ftw
00:38:35  <kohai>Init has -16 beers
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00:40:00  <jesusabdullah--w>jesusabdullah: hows it going?
00:40:39  <coderarity>lol wow
00:40:57  <jesusabdullah>guurl
00:41:11  <jesusabdullah>you think you're soooo clever
00:41:20  <jesusabdullah>WELL I'M NOT FALLING FOR IT
00:41:20  <jesusabdullah--w>lol this novel format is sooo weird
00:41:26  <jesusabdullah--w>say my name
00:41:30  <jesusabdullah>NO
00:41:30  <jesusabdullah--w>I dare you
00:41:42  <jesusabdullah--w>double dog down dare you
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00:42:28  <kohai>@NodeJSAtSO Node.JS - Reading an .html file and writing user input to it http://t.co/7lwrQL8P
00:42:49  <jesusabdullah--w>kohai
00:42:53  <jesusabdullah--w>I think i love you
00:43:35  <jesusabdullah>wait what is that guy even the doing
00:44:49  <jesusabdullah--w>rewrite the html tendered ?
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00:50:41  <coderarity>blakmatrix, we can see your holtname btw O_o
00:50:46  <coderarity>hostname*
00:51:02  <blakmatrix_>what is it?
00:51:30  <coderarity>~blakmatri@c-66-235-2-231.sea.wa.customer.broadstripe.net
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00:51:46  <coderarity>i meant, when you came in as jesusabdullah
00:51:49  <blakmatrix_>False: my host name is redmorpheus
00:51:54  <Andy_>Hi guys
00:52:02  <coderarity>it's totally normal to see the hostname tho
00:52:04  <Andy_>Im new to node
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00:52:09  <Guest72914>had a question
00:52:10  <coderarity>Andy_, sup
00:52:25  <Guest72914>hi coderarity
00:52:32  <blakmatrix_>Guest72914: node.js you mean?
00:52:38  <Guest72914>Using nodejs
00:52:44  <Guest72914>yes
00:52:45  <Guest72914>using node js
00:53:00  <Guest72914>can I work online using ftp
00:53:10  <blakmatrix_>do you sign up for a nodejitsu account yet?
00:53:12  <Guest72914>or do I have to package my app and deploy it
00:53:14  <Init--WithStyle->jesusabdullah: I see now, npm pack puts it all into a nice big tarball which you guys expand out on the cloud and run. Cool
00:53:28  <Guest72914>yes
00:53:30  <blakmatrix_>you can use ftp through port 80
00:53:32  <Guest72914>andresgallo
00:53:42  <Guest72914>mm I see
00:53:43  <coderarity>no
00:53:51  <Guest72914>??
00:53:56  <blakmatrix_>and you can make your app connect out to any port
00:53:58  <Guest72914>no I can't work through ftp?
00:54:01  <coderarity>because it's gotta be http or websocket
00:54:09  <coderarity>you can use webdav
00:54:11  <Guest72914>so I need to keep deploying the tar ball?
00:54:12  <jesusabdullah>Init--WithStyle-: Indeed! :)
00:54:13  <kohai>Init has -17 beers
00:54:28  <blakmatrix_>coderarity: you can run a ftpserver on port 80... it isn't standard though
00:54:43  <Guest72914>what is the recommended method
00:54:52  <coderarity>blakmatrix_, buuut if it's not http the load balancer won't forward it
00:54:56  <Guest72914>I come from a php apache world
00:55:00  <jesusabdullah>Guest72914: no, not ftp, but our tools are even easier
00:55:02  <Guest72914>where I'm mostly front ender
00:55:07  <Guest72914>this is very confusing
00:55:16  <coderarity>Guest72914, you gotta keep deploying the tar ball basically
00:55:32  <jesusabdullah>Guest72914: https://github.com/nodejitsu/handbook/blob/master/book.md#hiworld
00:55:40  <coderarity>we're working on other things to help with that though
00:55:56  <Guest72914>ok cool
00:55:56  <blakmatrix_>OH... sorry I was thinking of something else Guest72914
00:56:07  <Guest72914>Met you guys on the meet up office on june by the way
00:56:09  <Guest72914>awesome stuff
00:56:23  <Guest72914>in love with Node though still new to it
00:56:28  <Guest72914>node.js that is
00:56:32  <Guest72914>well thanks guys
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00:56:35  <jesusabdullah>yw
00:56:40  <Guest72914>ill read the handbook a bit more
00:57:07  <Guest72914>Any advise or things I should be aware of, or that I should think of differently coming from a php world?
00:57:32  <jesusabdullah>umm
00:57:46  <jesusabdullah>Templating isn't built in like it is with php
00:57:50  <Guest72914>I write more js than php actually, but on the server its a whole other ballgame hehe
00:58:00  <blakmatrix_>Guest72914: keep the server and client seperated except for well defined communication paths
00:58:07  <jesusabdullah>Generally, you write the server itself
00:58:21  <jesusabdullah>Guest72914: You may like `jitsu install http-server`
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00:58:32  <jesusabdullah>Guest72914: gives you a deployable static fileserver
00:58:42  <blakmatrix_>Guest72914: learn to love callbacks
00:58:50  <Guest72914>yeah I love those
00:58:57  <Guest72914>JS is awesome :)
00:59:04  <Guest72914>ok guys thanks
00:59:22  <Guest72914>New stuff to play game
00:59:46  <Guest72914>im referring to nodejitsu of course
00:59:48  <Guest72914>thanks again
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01:04:11  <Init--WithStyle->jesusabdullah: so on an update you need to repackage the tarball and deploy via that? I guess if you are doing rapid development best to do it on a local machine and then deploy once you have a decently large update?
01:04:32  <jesusabdullah>At this time, probably
01:04:37  <jesusabdullah>At least, if your tarball gets large
01:05:22  <Init--WithStyle->is there some way to do a delta update just updating stuff that has changed?
01:05:28  <Init--WithStyle->can't you guys pull from a git repository?
01:05:41  <jesusabdullah>We're working on pulling from a git repo
01:05:57  <Init--WithStyle->ah, cool, that will be awesome
01:06:09  <Init--WithStyle->pop it onto my local repository and push out
01:06:57  <Init--WithStyle->then i suppose until git repo pulling is ready can't really do delta updates?
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01:07:31  <jesusabdullah>not really
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01:12:26  <bardu>I can't login to my account at nodejitsu.com
01:13:03  <bardu>server not found
01:13:26  <jesusabdullah>bardu: can you gist me the entire error?
01:13:37  <jesusabdullah>bardu: are you using jitsu or the web ui?
01:14:14  <bardu>browser
01:14:25  <jesusabdullah>Try with jitsu
01:14:37  <kohai>@tmpvar @ajt2 @bitbucket haha, much appreciated but I'm already happily employed with @nodejitsu :)
01:14:55  <bardu>also, I can deploy my app but can access it
01:15:13  <jesusabdullah>bardu: Sounds like you're still subject to dns errors? Can you link me your app? I'll see if I can get to it
01:15:15  <bardu>can't access it
01:15:33  <jesusabdullah>bardu: but maybe I can. What's the subdomain?
01:16:07  <jesusabdullah>bardu: Our DNS provider got DDOS'd about 36 hrs ago, and DNS fixes can take forever to propogate properly.
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01:16:41  <kohai>@ricardobeat @mattwestrik the nodester app dies every couple months :/ moved it to nodejitsu for a change, http://t.co/NGBSy6fF :)
01:19:13  <rvagg1>jesusabdullah: did you ever consider route53?
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01:20:24  <rvagg1>seems like a logical fit for nodejitsu, nice and fast all over the globe too
01:20:25  <jesusabdullah>rvagg1: Haven't heard of it, but we're using zerigo, dnsmadeeasy and a few of our very own for emergencies
01:20:38  <jesusabdullah>Yeah, zerigo's supposed to be the same way ;)
01:20:43  <rvagg1>heh
01:21:07  <rvagg1>route52 is the AWS DNS system, really nice programmable interface, nodes all around the globe
01:21:15  <rvagg1>s/route52/route53
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01:25:36  <jesusabdullah>I see
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01:38:10  <chilts>support for it is in AwsSum : https://github.com/appsattic/node-awssum/blob/master/lib/amazon/route53.js
01:38:13  <chilts>:)
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01:42:02  <kohai>@npmadditions Added: nconfs. A node.js convention/library for supporting multiple nconf settings with inheritance. http://t.co/O9vAJiL8
01:42:07  <kohai>@nodenpm nconfs (0.0.1): http://t.co/gYg9FV7E A node.js convention/library for supporting multiple nconf settings with inheritance.
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02:05:06  <kohai>@NotMyself the projector didnt make it to our node.js meetup so we are all watching @adron via join.me #improvise
02:06:28  <kohai>@npmupdates Updated: ptools to v0.0.1. Use Solaris/Illumos proc(1) tools in Node.js http://t.co/1Ri6OJKW
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02:09:13  <cjm>@jesusabdullah any news on mobile ssl?
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02:09:39  <jesusabdullah>cjm: I sent an email to devops, no news yet
02:09:47  <jesusabdullah>cjm: It may not be immediate
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02:14:19  <cjm>@jesusabdullah alright
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02:19:40  <cjm>@jesusabdullah could we set up a custom ssl cert?
02:20:56  <jesusabdullah>cjm: Potentially.
02:21:03  <kohai>@NotMyself Olynode hackers getting set up with express #nodejs http://t.co/E6uVltiK
02:21:44  <kohai>@southshift If you wish to maniacally check for Mountain Lion release, I wrote a quick node.js script to look for it: http://t.co/6EMvr200
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02:32:00  <kohai>@ryexley https://t.co/mIPz33vw? or https://t.co/HaNP4obY? or ... ?? #nodejs #livereload
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02:54:07  <kohai>@adr @mjecclestone eh. also feeling inadequate because I broke node.js in some weird way and I can't figure out what the problem is.
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03:09:08  <kohai>@larzconwell I wish node.js included V8's d8 debugger so I can see what calls are being optimized at compile/run time.
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03:18:59  <kohai>@nodejsTweets Querying MySQL with Node.js http://t.co/vfdT8j17 #MySQL #nodejs
03:19:02  <kohai>@nodejsTweets Also node.js v0.8.0 is out. See http://t.co/BfuqpDug
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03:26:38  <kohai>@npmupdates Updated: nodeutil to v0.0.7. Node.js Utility http://t.co/gIw2BtGR
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03:32:58  <kohai>@npmupdates Updated: testacular to v0.0.14. Remote execution of JS on multiple browsers / node.js http://t.co/uyVmCw8f
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03:50:26  <kohai>@nodejsTweets GA: javascripters, get your real-time app in shape in our Node.js bootcamp with @Nodejitsu co-founder @hij1nx: http://t.co/EzIqJkKT #nodejs
03:55:37  <kohai>@benedmunds any node.js masters want to tell me what I'm doing wrong? #node #nodejs
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03:59:16  <ljharb>hm, when did kohai start tweeting into the channel again?
04:00:01  <jesusabdullah>yeah
04:00:05  <jesusabdullah>someone fixed it I guess
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04:01:01  <jesusabdullah>earlier today maybe?
04:01:01  <ljharb>"fixed". i see.
04:01:26  <jesusabdullah>It's because he really likes you ljharb!
04:01:30  <jesusabdullah>DON'T YOU KOHAI
04:01:59  <olebedev>hi gays! how can I install websocket lib to nodejitsu? when i deploy my app with websocket dependency npm install not finished. sorry for my english. thanx!
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04:05:52  <jesusabdullah>which websocket lib?
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04:06:01  <jesusabdullah>also can you gist me the output of jitsu?
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04:07:59  <olebedev>this one https://github.com/Worlize/WebSocket-Node
04:09:12  <jesusabdullah>It may not be building on nodejitsu's boxes right now, in which case I'll need to talk to devops
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04:09:41  <jesusabdullah>olebedev: What's your username and app name?
04:10:53  <olebedev>сan you recommend another lib for websocket server?
04:11:15  <olebedev>my username
04:11:51  <jesusabdullah>socket.io?
04:12:03  <jesusabdullah>socket.io's websockets definitely work on our platform
04:12:33  <jesusabdullah>I'm sshing into the box, going to check the logs and see
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04:12:37  <olebedev>no, I need pure websocket for mobilephone clients
04:13:15  <jesusabdullah>you can make socket.io only do websockets
04:13:23  <jesusabdullah>Oh, I see what you mean
04:13:28  <jesusabdullah>I don't know
04:13:33  <jesusabdullah>but let me check these logs
04:14:40  <jesusabdullah>olebedev: If you can find one that's pure js, that will work
04:14:59  <jesusabdullah>olebedev: This one probably should as well, I'm going to see if I can figure out why it's not working
04:15:41  <olebedev>i don't now what you did, but now my app has build fine %)
04:16:04  <olebedev>a one minute ago
04:16:30  <kohai>@nonuby doh was hoping to take code from twisted todo validation in node.js on ssh-rsa/ssh-dsa keys but "XXX: we really need to check for bad keys"
04:19:00  <jesusabdullah>olebedev: I didn't actually do anything, and it looks like the websocket module you chose worked fine
04:19:52  <olebedev>@jesusabdullah: ok, thanks a lot!
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04:26:09  <kohai>@williamthurston A good starting point for a #BackboneJS and #nodejs #node project. Even has front end view caching! https://t.co/xcmWLDk6
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04:44:03  <kohai>@todd822 책은 샀으니 난 Node.js 할 줄 아는걸로 http://t.co/0IhWj6l8
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05:04:23  <kohai>@npmadditions Added: node-rss. Node.js package for efficently creating RSS feeds http://t.co/klvslBw1
05:04:36  <kohai>@nodenpm node-rss (1.0.0): http://t.co/8lwkOxYF Node.js package for efficently creating RSS feeds
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05:15:02  <kohai>@ChadEmm On a related note, the very-first-it-shouldn't-even-be-running version of my node.js game, WordPlay, is live on heroku! http://t.co/nqvxhXKi
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05:19:18  <tamsler>I am getting a server 500 error when I try to deploy my app. Are there any server issue?
05:20:02  <tamsler>my app name is polling-rest
05:20:27  <tamsler>Error:
05:20:29  <tamsler>error: Error running command deploy error: Nodejitsu Error (500): Internal Server Error warn: Error returned from Nodejitsu error: Error: connect ECONNREFUSED error: at errnoException (net.js:781:11) error: at Object.afterConnect [as oncomplete] (net.js:772:19) info: Nodejitsu not ok
05:22:29  <jesusabdullah>tamsler: http://gist.github.com
05:22:47  <jesusabdullah>tamsler: You may have to clear your dns cache, our dns provider went down hard yesterday
05:23:14  <jesusabdullah>tamsler: but I can't tell with the error all pasted funky like that
05:23:20  <jesusabdullah>In fact it looks like you got an actual 500
05:23:28  <jesusabdullah>but paste the error into a gist and we'll talk then
05:28:19  <tamsler>git clone git://gist.github.com/3174580.git gist-3174580
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05:42:13  <kohai>@npmupdates Updated: bob to v0.4.6. Convention-based build tool for Node.js projects. http://t.co/AJoI9eug
05:42:36  <kohai>@nodenpm bob (0.4.6): http://t.co/8fSiEk2T Convention-based build tool for Node.js projects.
05:49:52  <kohai>@benatkin ;@jclouds well you can hardly call it @nodejitsu when it's slow :) http://t.co/zyKpLKkN // @joyent
06:00:49  <kohai>@vsundramurthy my latest work using node.js and mongoDB, I enjoyed every moments working on this site http://t.co/7Q63QWb6
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06:24:11  <kohai>@jasim_ab Ran a Node.js app (statsd) for the first time. Compared to Ruby, the load time seems to be much faster.
06:31:56  <kohai>@nodejs_links ♥ Automating Node.js deployment to EC2 with Chef | The Carbon Emitter - http://t.co/wMTiy6OZ
06:32:19  <st_luke>the worst
06:32:49  <st_luke>is > 300 people
06:33:46  <jesusabdullah>huh?
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06:44:40  <kohai>@TechWraith Why does @nodejitsu not let you use the native cluster module? Scaling your app should be under your control, not your hosting provider.
06:45:28  <jesusabdullah>ಠ_ಠ
06:46:05  <blakmatrix_>lol
06:46:25  <jesusabdullah>This is retarded
06:46:42  <jesusabdullah>Thanks I get for trying to point my users the right way
06:46:56  <kohai>@nodejs_links ♥ #nodejs, why I’m basically porting EVERYTHING to it… « Composite Code - http://t.co/bAENIl3k
06:46:59  <blakmatrix_>I dont think techwraith understands how to scale http...
06:47:11  <jesusabdullah>tamsler: I'm sshing into the last box your last deploy attempt went to
06:48:36  <jesusabdullah>tamsler: Well that's weird, the box it tried to deploy to wasn't running haibu
06:48:41  <jesusabdullah>tamsler: You mind trying again? I'll watch
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06:51:50  <kohai>@mikeal @TechWraith @nodejitsu nah, running cluster in cluster is to enter INCEPTION!
06:52:43  <kohai>@TechWraith @mikeal @nodejitsu Yeah, but why would a hosting environment provider worry about clustering stuff for me? I must be missing something.
06:53:38  <kohai>@TechWraith @marak I guess @nodejitsu is trying to be more than just a hosting provider then. In that case I get it.
06:53:46  <kohai>@mikeal @TechWraith @nodejitsu i would prefer they do it for me being that they run the router :)
06:54:14  <jesusabdullah>*sigh*
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06:54:52  <tamsler>ok
06:55:20  <tamsler>I am still getting the same error
06:56:11  <jesusabdullah>okay, let's ssh into THIS box and see what's up
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06:59:56  <jesusabdullah>wth
06:59:59  <jesusabdullah>this box is down too
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07:02:12  <jesusabdullah>and I don't see any logs from you
07:02:19  <jesusabdullah>tamsler: You mind trying one more time? I'm sorry.
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07:02:29  <tamsler>ok
07:03:09  <tamsler>it deployed ok now
07:03:12  <tamsler>thanx
07:03:20  <jesusabdullah>Oh, word
07:03:26  <jesusabdullah>must've just been two bad servers on the pile
07:03:30  <jesusabdullah>Thanks for helping me find them
07:03:40  <tamsler>anytime :)
07:03:47  <tamsler>bye
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07:04:23  <kohai>@npmupdates Updated: node-gettext to v0.2.7. Gettext client for Node.js to use .mo files for I18N http://t.co/8qYsYwaf
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07:09:54  <yawnt>*yoyo
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07:19:52  <kohai>@ekdikeo @ArthurThornton however, there is that neat idea of setting up a node.js webserver to handle file xfers, as long as you're on same lan..
07:21:16  <kohai>@indexzero @TechWraith Drones on @nodejitsu dont have the resources to warrant using the #nodejs cluster APIs. Horizonal scale by default (for now).
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07:23:37  <kohai>@NodeJSAtSO Node.js and CouchDB - how to start? http://t.co/I5UptT7G
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07:35:45  <kohai>@GotNoSugarBaby #LinkedIn brings some sanity to the #nodejs debate http://t.co/55FKa6sz #webdev #Javascript
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07:57:54  <kohai>@appltn Weak sauce, @nodejitsu you couldn't even show the desktop page? http://t.co/ZkyxEhUR
07:57:57  <kohai>@GarrenSmith New version of LazyBoy 0.1.11. All tests converted to mocha and some bug fixes https://t.co/TU7v6ZeJ #nodejs #couchdb
08:06:13  <kohai>@asal_info En: The Node Beginner Book » A comprehensive Node.js tutorial: {"error":0,"msg":"None","link":"http:\/\/lnk.co\/I20E5"}
08:13:18  <jesusabdullah>ololo
08:14:02  <jesusabdullah>!tweet @asal_info I think you want JSON.stringify(res.body).link ...
08:14:15  <jesusabdullah>ehh fuck it
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08:23:41  <kohai>@maplejune node.js 2012년 2월에 나온 책을 보는데, 예제 소스가 아무리 해도 안 돌아가기에 확인해보니 공식적으로 제거된 메소드..이런 경우도 있구나 ㅋㅋ
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08:30:54  <kohai>@NodeJSAtSO Is it time form node.js 0.8? http://t.co/COqvlUiv
08:30:54  <kohai>@NodeJSAtSO Websockets plugins with node.js http://t.co/cuBJscVJ
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08:45:05  <kohai>@azat_co Check out our #Rapid #Prototyping #trainings in #JavaScript, #NodeJS, #mobile and #web August '12 in Redwood City, #CA http://t.co/uGl3VLsz
08:46:00  <kohai>@NodeJSAtSO Localizatoin in node.js with express http://t.co/xwQ7jBmv
08:50:00  <kohai>@tomislavcapan PHP vs Node.js - a great overview. The same reasons got me hooked on to it vs. other stacks I've used http://t.co/0qelMIZ9
08:58:33  <yawn>http://phpjs.hertzen.com/
08:58:35  <yawn>ohgosh
08:58:45  <Nexxy>just stop it
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08:59:48  <yawn>no u
09:01:18  <Nexxy>yawn, I already did
09:02:22  <yawn>what?
09:02:30  <Nexxy>exactly.
09:02:50  <yawn>._.
09:02:51  <yawn>umad
09:03:02  <yawn>ohwell.. watching Dexter.. l8r
09:03:04  <Nexxy>I'm only mad because I care, yawn
09:03:22  <yawn>you care about what?
09:03:23  <Nexxy>jesusabdullah,
09:03:36  <Nexxy>HAVE I MENTIONED RECENTLY ABOUT HOW ROTARY TOOLS ARE PRETTY MUCH THE BEST INVENTION EVER?
09:04:01  <Nexxy>yawn, what don't I care about?
09:04:07  <yawn>also i hold a eigth months old baby last night.. i was like "HOW DOES IT WORK, WHERE ARE INSTRUCTIONS"
09:04:11  <yawn>*held
09:04:31  <Nexxy>wauu
09:04:35  <Nexxy>mine has instructions
09:04:59  <Nexxy>he came with a bunch of accessories
09:13:01  <kohai>@secboffin @shazron so I can have PHP client-side vended by a Node.js server? Truly the apocalypse is upon us. //@hardeepshoker
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09:17:20  <booyaa>i wonder if they're using php client side for gtk?
09:17:59  <kohai>@pavan_sunny52 still not convinced how node is different #nodejs...i can feel its only the popularity of javascript that made node BIGHIT.....
09:21:44  <kohai>@ShawnMcCool JavaScript or Ruby for server-side web-development? (just models with RESTful interfaces). I'm leaning towards Node.JS for full-stack JS.
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09:26:08  <kohai>@leepowell @ShawnMcCool Been playing with node.js recently - it's very nice.
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09:30:23  <kohai>@PatrickHeneise Just published my first node.js library to the npmjs registry: sparta, spatial calculation library. http://t.co/IHL8RLJc #nodejs
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09:38:10  <kohai>@MFx1U 현재 @shindandoumi 는 node.js 0.8.3 위에서 돌아가고 있읍니다
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09:51:31  <kohai>@nebjak @ShawnMcCool AppFog is still very buggy and unstable, Nodejitsu is very good, OpenShift also
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10:02:18  <kohai>@NodeJSAtSO HTML5 page connect mysql database with node.js http://t.co/Gfm0IFKc
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10:04:22  <kohai>@gianp @nickjenkin maybe we could run it inside node.js on that x86 Javascript interpreter.
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10:14:05  <kohai>@nodenpm testacular (0.1.0): http://t.co/CXK9JS5Z Remote execution of JS on multiple browsers / node.js
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10:29:18  <kohai>@opera_news I won the first Node.js Knockout with Swarmation. http://t.co/YwT8L77W
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10:31:58  <kohai>@nodejs_links ♥ A Basic introduction to Mongo DB — MongoDB Node.JS Driver 1.1.0 documentation - http://t.co/KZj3uJZt
10:43:34  <kohai>@npmupdates Updated: windshaft to v0.5.3. A Node.js based map tile server for PostGIS & Mapnik http://t.co/g0ao1nYM
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11:40:37  <kohai>@Brecht Node.js Taiwan 12 即將開場,今天講 i18n
11:53:11  <kohai>@deepak_balani Game changers in 2012. 1. Nginx 2. Node.js Both are based on event-driven, asynchronous paradigm.
11:53:43  <kohai>@miksago @hij1nx Hey, what's with the Node.js Bootcamp email from G+?
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12:00:29  <kohai>@THEwebrecruiter In other news there are about 1700 New #nodejs jobs hitting the #Brisbane #web development market. All #tech start ups however...
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12:19:06  <kohai>@despe_ki_roule "Wel4 - Introduction to Node.JS && Express - by Nicolas Chambrier" In french, a good introduction ... #nodejs http://t.co/Q7KLs3qa
12:27:58  <kohai>@thibpat I joined the #nodejs community on @gklst http://t.co/Ef0UztZD
12:29:17  <kohai>@larpent Case study: How & why to build a consumer app with Node.js | VentureBeat: http://t.co/02s4EsGk
12:31:52  <kohai>@c089 wanted: a node.js function to asynchronously bind an integer to a var.
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12:46:35  <kohai>@boombick @mkrentovskiy node.js - фублябяка
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12:59:04  <kohai>@GigaLayer Getting Started With Node.js and Geddy | Nettuts+ http://t.co/BEgDBTa5
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13:11:29  <kohai>@JayGreasley #opendata If you are using opendata in an app, do you cache it or (eg) run searches on the fly? (or use node.js or mq??)
13:19:18  * AvianFlutopic: Nodejitsu - Host applications. Keep them up. | Cloud status: We are now using redundant DNS providers, as well as our own emergency fallback nameservers. DNS outages should not happen again.
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13:22:15  <kohai>@calvinbushor Whoa! Have you played with @nodejitsu's website? Very cool UI, very usable. Love it! Now, I just need to try using @nodejitsu.
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13:25:50  <kohai>@3rdEden I have been working so hard on this new awesome @nodejitsu thing that I totally forgot it's Mountain lion launch day ;D #apple #mac
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13:26:43  <kohai>@npmupdates Updated: p-odm to v3.0.1. ODM mongodb library for node.js http://t.co/qTYR6xqG
13:27:04  <kohai>@nodenpm p-odm (3.0.1): http://t.co/8bcYNe5l ODM mongodb library for node.js
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13:35:58  <kohai>@WebHosting26 #WebHosting Web Host http://t.co/pnQT3QYn Launches Beta Support for Node.js on Windows Platform http://t.co/reAwvi2x #TeamFollowBack Gooo
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13:44:18  <yawnt>"We're happy to announce that we've arranged $11.2 million in funding for Meteor's continued development."
13:46:07  <coderarity>D:
13:46:16  <coderarity>wait what
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13:46:58  <yawnt>can't say i'm really that happy
13:47:22  <yawnt>i mean.. congrats to the devs, but i feel like meteor divides js coders
13:47:36  <yawnt>which in a growing community is not something you'd want.. but that's just my 2 cents
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13:48:37  <coderarity>why would you invest in something that makes no money?
13:49:11  <yawnt>it will
13:49:35  <yawnt>"Eventually, we plan to make a commercial product too, called Galaxy. Galaxy will be a product that the operations department at a large company might buy. It'll be an enterprise-grade, multi-tenant hosting environment for Meteor apps. In other words, it'll let you run a private, centrally controlled "meteor deploy"-like service for your company, on your own hardware. "
13:50:23  <coderarity>oh i see
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13:51:23  <yawnt>but it's still incompatible with nodejs
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13:52:04  <kohai>@domudall @VivaLaCrowe I've moved away to node.js now, which is way more fun and way less controlled.. Half love half hate
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13:52:30  <kohai>@wjburnett Very glad @Cloud9IDE is working well today in @GoogleChrome 20 on #Win7! Enables #NodeJS productivity
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13:56:21  <AvianFlu>man meteor is such a joke
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13:57:49  <MerlinDMC>hmm ... why? (I don't use meteor)
13:58:39  <booyaa>you guys (nodejitsu) best not get acquihired!
13:58:46  <yawnt>AvianFlu: i feel it like the new php lol
13:59:27  <booyaa>actually j/k if you do, you deserve it. you're hard working guys.
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13:59:40  <yawnt>"If they can make Meteor as accessible as PHP, they have a great chance of success. It's definitely heading in the right direction" (cit. comment on HN)
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14:00:35  <coderarity>what does getting acquired even do? don't people just keep doing stuff a lot of the time, except they're just owned by another company?
14:01:06  <coderarity>i guess the sparrow team doesn't do sparrow anymore
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14:01:31  <yawnt>coderarity: nah
14:01:45  <yawnt>they usually get shut up or absorbed
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14:02:18  <yawnt>what i fear in acquisitions is the way the company's philosophy changes
14:02:24  <yawnt>because now they have someone who gives em order
14:02:45  <booyaa>totes, nowadays it's mostly a talent snatch
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14:08:23  <kohai>@blendax78 @aaronmhill so far so good.. i haven't done anything with it yet. i'm working on deploying symfony to phpfog & node.js app in appfog
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14:14:59  <kohai>@JayDataOrg #JayData 1.1.1 has been released with #MongoDb provider for #NodeJS http://t.co/DDfeHdgm... http://t.co/JlOEr8mF
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14:24:15  <PuerkitoBio>I'm having problems deploying on nodejitsu at the moment, an app I deployed successfully a few times yesterday, it fails with Nodejitsu Error (500): Internal Server Error
14:24:28  <PuerkitoBio>connect ECONNREFUSED
14:25:16  <PuerkitoBio>at errnoException (net.js:781:11)
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14:26:21  <coderarity>PuerkitoBio, can you gist the full output of `jitsu deploy`
14:26:44  <PuerkitoBio>well actually I found out this gist which has the exact same error and line nos https://gist.github.com/3173163
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14:28:55  <coderarity>but is the package.json it printed out the same?
14:29:09  <coderarity>is that your gist?
14:29:26  <PuerkitoBio>no here's mine: https://gist.github.com/3176461
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14:30:29  <coderarity>okay
14:30:57  <kohai>@janpalounek Node.js and MongoDB - Getting started with MongoJS - http://t.co/GNS95Eir
14:31:11  <PuerkitoBio>I had this a few times yesterday too, but it ended up working when I retried. Today, it sticks with the error, though.
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14:35:16  <coderarity>:D
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14:47:15  <kohai>@Seivanheidari @trek @meskyanichi I am sorry I don't quite follow. Your frontend hits your node.js server that proxies to rdio backend?
14:47:57  <kohai>@NodeJsCommunity #JayData 1.1.1 has been released with #MongoDb provider for #NodeJS http://t.co/9V8oBqNe... http://t.co/QRcjta3V http://t.co/G21TKfYa
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14:58:45  <kohai>@npmupdates Updated: boiler to v0.1.3. Bundle Node.js libraries for the browser http://t.co/ACLbESM3
14:59:04  <kohai>@nodenpm boiler (0.1.3): http://t.co/NxVa3ohb Bundle Node.js libraries for the browser
14:59:36  <kohai>@machadogj It's amazingly simple to do UDP on node.js :'-) http://t.co/qZ7fnb9j
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15:01:51  <AvianFlu>PuerkitoBio, it should work now if you try it again
15:02:20  <AvianFlu>the server pool was low, so your bad luck with bad servers was unnaturally amplified
15:02:41  <PuerkitoBio>ok, thanks!
15:03:03  <PuerkitoBio>it did work
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15:07:41  <kohai>@jcreamer898 Serving Static Files from Node.js - http://t.co/WAgQuM5d
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15:14:50  <kohai>@ukdvivek Got rid of 170MB proxy server written in JAVA (with JRE). Hacked node.js to do the same and size of whole package is 3MB! \0/
15:17:37  <booyaa>3mb still sounds large
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15:25:38  <AvianFlu>booyaa, he needs extra code to encapsulate all those fancy java ideas
15:25:47  <AvianFlu>you and I Just Wouldn't Understand(tm)
15:25:52  <booyaa>lol
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15:29:33  <kohai>@hij1nx Professional #nodejs training in NYC from @TheNodeFirm -- G+: https://t.co/ZOojPAob FB: http://t.co/8aKP3umS
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15:44:43  <kohai>@KhuramMalik @jasebell Q1: I'll be using node.js server side - I'm led to understand templating is a good idea in Node + it's better for performance
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15:47:58  <kohai>@dev_links CUBRID Database driver for Node.js coming this August http://t.co/W2pax3Zi
15:48:42  <kohai>@IvanIlijasic Node.js vs PHP - which language to choose ? http://t.co/fwyFIJqI
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15:53:29  <thd>So I'm trying to install "npm install jitsu -g" but get the error "error installing flatiron@0.2.5", any idea how to fix this?
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15:55:01  <AvianFlu>thd, gist the output, it's hard to say what's happening without seeing it
15:56:33  <kohai>@OnModulus Looking for something to listen to during your day, check out the @NodeUp podcast. http://t.co/gGV9w9ye - awesome #nodejs info
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15:59:44  <thd>@AvianFlu: here's the gist https://gist.github.com/3176934
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16:01:42  <AvianFlu>thd, your npm version is out-of-date, it's likely to blame
16:01:51  <AvianFlu>I'd recommend installing a more recent 0.6, if not 0.8
16:01:57  <AvianFlu>0.6.20 is latest, and npm is bundled
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16:02:02  <AvianFlu>so it should update automatically
16:02:14  <thd>would npm update to the trick then?
16:03:25  <thd>I'll try nvm install v0.6.20 then
16:03:26  <thd>thx
16:04:37  <AvianFlu>you should be able to npm install npm -g
16:04:47  <AvianFlu>but it's worth updating from 0.6.0, 0.6.0 was pretty buggy
16:06:11  <kohai>@lucisferre Is there any architectural style for #nodejs that keeps things organized and manageable and mitigates the awkwardness of this callback crap?
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16:07:13  <thd>worked
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16:07:18  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] flatiron/utile#63 (inflect - d421540 : Pavan Kumar Sunkara): The build was fixed.
16:07:18  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/flatiron/utile/commit/d421540fab63
16:07:18  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/flatiron/utile/builds/1952138
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16:19:03  <kohai>@hhariri @peterritchie @lucisferre people have jumped on board (even MS) the node.js bandwagon like there is no tomorrow without knowing long term..
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16:21:37  <kohai>@capotej wrote a prismatic story scrubber, never again read about venture funded node.js startups: https://t.co/2rV60PaN
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16:32:36  <kohai>@npmupdates Updated: nodeutil to v0.0.8. Node.js Utility http://t.co/gIw2BtGR
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16:41:41  <kohai>@PDX_WonderWoman Are you a good fit for this job? Back End Developer / PHP, Node.js in Beaverton, OR http://t.co/4X9i6ghI #job
16:44:06  <kohai>@ferrixh Suddenly, a day with #nodejs. http://t.co/3Cf1Qkch was a good read.
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17:01:29  <kohai>@nodejsTweets nodejsTweets: GA: javascripters, get your real-time app in shape in our Node.js bootcamp with @Nodejitsu co-founder @hij1nx: http://t...
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17:05:48  <kohai>@asmuelle Pretty cool open source framework on top of #nodejs and #mongodb http://t.co/fzJrTSHC
17:08:45  <kohai>@k_cassidy OK, Ubuntu VM set up... now to spend lunch hour playing with node.js
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17:32:02  <kohai>@niallohiggins How we do it: Feature-flipping with Node.JS and MongoDB http://t.co/QGPKgfvj
17:34:23  <kohai>@alexkorn @dinomite Sweet, now I can run my PHP on the server using Node.js and php.js!
17:35:38  <kohai>@REDDITSPAMMOR #reddit Feature-flipping with Node.JS and MongoDB: submitted by wurzelg [link] [comment] http://t.co/cjtdp6EJ #rulez
17:37:35  <sberryman>so it turns out surfing in the middle of the day is really bad for productivity in the afternoon
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17:41:49  <sberryman>anyone installed mountain lion yet?
17:42:50  <AvianFlu>nah, I'm quite certain it will break things, by the law of me not trusting OS updates
17:43:03  <AvianFlu>years using linux, I guess
17:43:07  <sberryman>ha
17:43:08  <mmalecki>sberryman: when I see twitter stop complaining :)
17:43:21  <sberryman>shit, i guess i should have looked at twitter first
17:43:26  <sberryman>i've got 5 mins left on the download
17:43:31  <mmalecki>lulz
17:43:36  <mmalecki>good luck!
17:45:01  <sberryman>i've got a time machine backup from last night
17:45:12  <sberryman>the ultimate safety net ;)
17:45:58  <kohai>@q8talker Feature-flipping with node.js and MongoDB http://t.co/Etmx0Wa1 #news
17:47:01  <kohai>@nodejs_links ♥ Tanya Nam » A real human being » Tabbed navigation with jade and node.js - http://t.co/vWAaxAVb
17:47:07  <sberryman>i spent the last few days getting my apps to work with node 0.8... what is another day without any productivity?
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17:49:21  <yawnt>time to eat
17:49:30  <yawnt>i made pizza :3 http://is.gd/ywKbPX
17:49:31  <yawnt>l8r
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17:58:29  <kohai>@NodeJsCommunity Feature-flipping with #nodejs and #mongodb http://t.co/GfVTdAp6 http://t.co/bKdqKjJR
17:58:41  <yawnt>yo mAritz
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17:59:39  <mAritz>yo yawnt
17:59:45  <yawnt>sup
18:00:11  <mAritz>sup
18:00:19  <mAritz>;D
18:00:20  <yawnt>eating pizza i made
18:00:24  <yawnt>ò/
18:00:42  <mAritz>i suck at making bread and not lifting the lit to watch the dough... i'm an idiot
18:00:49  <mAritz>nice :)
18:00:57  <mAritz>best pizza i ever ate was actually in italy :)
18:01:10  <yawnt>how surprising
18:01:13  <mAritz>at a bakery in a small village near chiavary (noli)
18:01:16  <yawnt>http://img109.imageshack.us/img109/5804/imagegxj.jpg
18:01:33  <mAritz>is that tonno?
18:01:39  <yawnt>._.
18:02:00  <yawnt>olives, mushrooms (champignons), mozzarella, tomatoes, artichokes
18:02:37  <mAritz>ah, the brown things are champs, i see
18:02:43  <mAritz>look kinda weird on that picture
18:02:59  <mAritz>then it's all good
18:03:10  <yawnt>they're ready to use.. not fresh
18:03:21  <yawnt>that's why they're so "brown"
18:04:17  <yawnt>http://www.mightydeals.com/deal/smashing-super-bundle.html?ref=wddnl26
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18:05:45  <kohai>@dnathe4th "Thank God Uber built its whole app on Node.js to handle the scale." - http://t.co/TsTBaXTb
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18:10:10  <kohai>@Jakerollefson @dshaw Well-Known Cloud Storage Service for Music is in need of your Node.js talents. Love to connect and give you the details.
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18:11:39  <mAritz>i still don't get why people pay money for it books. it's all on the internet for free oO
18:11:46  <mAritz>(and i don't even mean pirating the books)
18:11:56  <yawnt>i like paper?
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18:12:23  <mAritz>me too. for recreational reading. but not for learning stuff. there is no ctrl+f on paper
18:12:30  <yawnt>so true
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18:12:44  <yawnt>but it depends.. i mean..
18:12:56  <yawnt>if you're learning a new language
18:13:05  <yawnt>*if i am, actually
18:13:20  <yawnt>i buy a book
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18:13:55  <mAritz>i guess other people learn differently from me, because if i read a book about a new language (i've tried it with c++) i don't learn shit. i need to just do stuff. and not their pre-given examples that bore me to death
18:13:57  <yawnt>cause blog posts and stuff don't have any relation with each other
18:14:20  <mAritz>for example i learned coffeescript by just using it for a day
18:14:22  <yawnt>i've never done any example of the books
18:14:25  <mAritz>and now i hate it even more
18:14:28  <yawnt>*examples
18:14:39  <yawnt>i just read the book and then apply on my own projects
18:14:51  <yawnt>you learn by coding, you can do as much theory as you want
18:14:56  <mAritz>do you have a photographic memory? :D
18:14:56  <yawnt>but in the end it's all about practice
18:15:03  <yawnt>yeah
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18:15:13  <yawnt>i mean.. if i read something
18:15:21  <yawnt>i remember the page of the book where i read it
18:15:25  <mAritz>even today i type "mdc somearchaicbullshitaboutjavascript" into the searchbox once a day :D
18:15:29  <yawnt>and how the page looks like.. is that photographic memory?
18:15:52  <mAritz>not exactly
18:15:56  <mAritz>just good memory
18:15:58  <yawnt>then i don't
18:16:16  <mAritz>if you could re-read the entire book in your mind, that would be photographic memory. though i guess there are various degrees
18:16:40  <blakmatrix>i use to be able to do that in 4th grade
18:16:41  <yawnt>okay i'm not then
18:16:57  <yawnt>blakmatrix: yeah when books were like 10 pages long?
18:16:58  <yawnt>:P
18:17:01  <blakmatrix>I'd look at a page just star at it for 4-5 secons then turn the page
18:17:07  <blakmatrix>no it was history books
18:17:11  <yawnt>oh
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18:17:14  <yawnt>cool
18:17:23  <mAritz>yeah, that's photographic memory. you lost it?
18:17:26  <blakmatrix>but doesnt work like that anymore :S
18:17:33  <mAritz>too bad :(
18:17:51  <mAritz>guess your memory card is full
18:17:56  <mAritz>*haha*
18:17:57  <blakmatrix>I blame the adhd drugs i was on haha
18:18:08  <mAritz>oh, yeah, that'll do it
18:18:12  <blakmatrix>either they helped or ruined it
18:18:19  <mAritz>probably both
18:18:20  <mAritz>:D
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18:18:49  <blakmatrix>but i still have this crazy ability to remeber things... but as I've gotten older it seems to be more selective or just downright random
18:20:10  <yawnt>blakmatrix: it must've been awesome till it lasted
18:20:14  <yawnt>:O
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18:21:59  <mAritz>yeah, i was unbeatable at memory as a child. i suck at it now (at 24)
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18:23:04  <kohai>@rajaraodv Thanks everyone for joining #cloudfoundry #nodejs webinar! If u have questions, please feel free to ask
18:24:34  <blakmatrix>actually was kinda lame, would have done so much more if i realized how awesome what i could do was, although i dont know if it would have done much in the long run... like i can still see the pages in my mind... the pictures i still see but the words are indistinguishable... but when looking at the picture i can remember the basics about what that chapter was about, but no real details
18:26:42  <kohai>@inZania Feature-flipping with node.js and MongoDB | Good article for devs http://t.co/7fkaG5fd
18:29:12  <yawnt>blakmatrix: when i remember pictures, position of items in the page
18:29:14  <yawnt>and some text
18:29:35  <yawnt>eg: i still remember chapters of my history book i studied in march but only pics and highlighted text
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18:35:19  <sberryman>jesus, meteor got 11 mil?
18:35:30  <yawnt>11.2 $
18:35:40  <booyaa>i pity the foo
18:35:42  <ljharb>one javascript syntax error, and poof, there goes 11 million dollars.
18:35:50  <yawnt>blakmatrix: you guys should start moving nodejitsu to meteor \s
18:35:56  <ljharb>yay for relying on javascript
18:35:57  <blakmatrix>haha
18:36:21  <unsafe>what do you guys think of meteor?
18:36:29  <yawnt>ljharb: fact is.. security issues on a stuff like that are HUGE
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18:36:34  <AvianFlu>I think your nick is ironically the best description
18:36:37  <ljharb>security issues?
18:36:47  <ljharb>well yeah, they allow direct database access from the browser
18:36:55  <ljharb>it's utterly insecure
18:37:06  <sberryman>so they need the 11 mil
18:37:14  <sberryman>i've been using socketstream and love it
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18:38:33  <unsafe>you think they'll eventually plug the db vulnerability, or is it just not possible?
18:39:30  <ljharb>database write access HAS to be abstracted in the backend away from the browser somehow. i don't think it's possible without defeating the whole purpose of having all your logic live in the client
18:39:44  <ljharb>the client is dirty. you can't give it important jobs like logic, validations, security, or imo rendering.
18:40:05  <unsafe>yeah. I'd guess they're going to try to build a configurable DB layer
18:40:19  <unsafe>where you can set up protections without coding them
18:40:20  <jcrugzz>skeptical of meteor since they seem to be shying away from npm and trying to segment their own ecosystem. correct me if im wrong
18:40:23  <blakmatrix>yawnt: http://meteor-leaderboard.jit.su/ i put thie rexamples up haha
18:40:23  <unsafe>but I don't know
18:41:06  <ljharb>unsafe: every DB abstraction already does that. mongoose for mongo, rails' activerecord, etc. it's nothing new, and reinventing the wheel is silly.
18:41:51  <unsafe>hmm, ok
18:42:16  <unsafe>blakmatrix: looks like tesla just took the lead
18:42:19  <blakmatrix>yeah its nothing new tech wise
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18:42:46  <ljharb>also go ahead and turn off javascript and visit their own site. it's a gorgeous fully-rendered-on-the-client blank white page.
18:42:53  <yawnt>lol blakmatrix
18:43:00  <yawnt>also i saw php.js
18:43:05  <yawnt>now i can run my php from nodejs
18:43:06  <ljharb>also rendering on the server is faster anyways.
18:43:10  <yawnt>that's so awesome
18:43:16  <ljharb>yawnt: they advise against doing that due to security concerns.
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18:43:23  <yawnt>ljharb: i was totally ironic
18:43:29  <yawnt>:P
18:43:43  <ljharb>it was worth the risk in case that wasnt sarcasm.
18:43:51  <blakmatrix>yawnt: http://meteor-todos.jit.su
18:44:10  <yawnt>ljharb: yeah i get it, don't worry :)
18:44:17  <mAritz>who's responsible for that meteor-leaderboard?
18:44:33  <yawnt>blakmatrix: i must say i was quite happy when i first tried meteor
18:44:41  <mAritz>gauss may be winning there
18:44:48  <unsafe>never
18:45:00  <mAritz>uhm, yeah actually
18:45:10  <yawnt>i got the chance to meet geoff and matt when the framework was still called skybrea
18:45:13  <yawnt>*skybreak
18:45:44  <yawnt>but then it kept putting distance between them and node.. so now it basically has its own ecosystem and i don't really like that
18:45:50  <blakmatrix>yawnt: and my favorite example http://meteor-wordplay.jit.su/
18:46:10  <mAritz>gauss just railgunned tesla
18:46:18  <yawnt>lol
18:46:27  <yawnt>so you do support fibers
18:46:28  <unsafe>not for long
18:46:30  <mAritz>WHERE IS YOUR COIL NOW, MOTHERFUCKER?
18:46:40  <unsafe>past 20k, beeyatch
18:46:44  <yawnt>mAritz: tesla wins
18:47:37  <mAritz>... yeah yeah yeah, i'm working on it :D
18:48:42  <yawnt>sure
18:48:43  <yawnt>sue.
18:48:44  <yawnt>sure.
18:49:09  <mAritz>ok, i think i can't do more without making a quick node script to deploy on some servers :D
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18:50:37  <yawnt>yeah you cheater
18:51:16  <mAritz>whaaat? me? NEVER
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18:51:28  <mAritz>i click a couple thousand times per second, while chatting on irc
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18:51:39  <mAritz>it's no big deal really with my 5k arms
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18:52:12  <yawnt>really that sounds legit
18:52:15  <yawnt>no kidding
18:52:30  <mAritz>my chrome is starting to get into some weird behaviour
18:52:35  <unsafe>what are those 2k arms doing under the table?
18:52:39  <yawnt>it's the police
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18:52:41  <yawnt>they got you
18:52:44  <mAritz>unsafe: guess.
18:52:59  <yawnt>mAritz: MORE CODING
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18:53:39  <mAritz>haha, i can only move chrome windows now when the windows task manager is open :D
18:54:05  <AvianFlu>man, this IRC client is so buggy
18:54:05  <mAritz>if i close it my desktop becomes unresponsible to input except ctrl+shift+escape or ctrl+alt+del
18:54:08  <yawnt>touch strategy.js
18:54:11  <yawnt>woops.. wrong win
18:54:11  <yawnt>sry
18:54:27  <yawnt>mAritz: you windows?
18:56:28  <mAritz>yeah, i like gaming :D
18:56:42  <mAritz>i work on my linux servers though
18:56:52  <mAritz>c9 and screen ftw :)
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18:57:18  <mAritz>how the hell did farrin reid get to 600k? direct db insert?
18:57:19  <unsafe>c9?
18:57:25  <mAritz>cloud9
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18:57:50  <unsafe>real hackers ssh+vim. This is why everybody thinks I'm the coolest
18:58:06  <sberryman>okay, mountain lion upgrade was painless
18:58:09  <mAritz>can you debug node.js apps with vim?
18:58:20  <unsafe>pssh
18:58:21  <AvianFlu>sberryman, really?!
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18:58:24  <AvianFlu>I don't believe you yet :D
18:58:26  <unsafe>real hackers write perfect code
18:58:27  <sberryman>everything still works
18:58:41  <AvianFlu>sberryman, compile anything yet?
18:58:42  <yawnt>i heard they called the new drug that should turn you into a zombie cloud9
18:58:43  <mAritz>unsafe: perfect code is boring
18:58:46  <sberryman>only annoying part is spotlight has to rebuild the index so everything is quite slow right now
18:59:05  <sberryman>notification center is pretty neat
18:59:28  <yawnt>enjoy your cage
18:59:29  <mAritz>ok, i'm ceising my support for gauss because someone is obviously cheating even worse than me :D
18:59:33  <blakmatrix>mAritz: Players.update(Session.get("selected_player"), {$inc: {score: 5}});
18:59:42  <blakmatrix>also
18:59:47  <yawnt>in a for loop please.
19:00:04  <blakmatrix>Players.insert({name: "name", score: Math.floor(Math.random()*10)*5});
19:00:14  <sberryman>Testing voice dictation
19:00:19  <sberryman>sweet, guess that works :)
19:00:55  <blakmatrix>sberryman: dictation sucked for me, it worked for a while then it stopped responding to me
19:01:07  <blakmatrix>and then i got tired of saying computer
19:01:12  <sberryman>ha
19:01:20  <unsafe>maybe it was tired of talking to you
19:01:25  <blakmatrix>haha
19:01:29  <sberryman>yeah, it is one of those "cool" features that developers will never use
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19:01:58  <unsafe>voice dictation can be cool, but only when it does something our hands cant already
19:02:26  <mAritz>oh, well that is just retarded :D
19:02:31  <mAritz>(the direct set stuff)
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19:02:56  <lefnire>can we now use "engines": {"node": "0.8.x"} ?
19:03:55  <blakmatrix>Aug 1st according to the e-mail right?
19:03:55  <kohai>@npmupdates Updated: queue-flow to v0.3.4. Chainable logic built on named (or not) queues for Javascript and Node.js http://t.co/FoT8ed8j
19:04:02  <lefnire>ahh
19:04:03  <kohai>@nodenpm queue-flow (0.3.4): http://t.co/nA9If11N Chainable logic built on named (or not) queues for Javascript and Node.js
19:04:09  <lefnire>gotcha
19:05:38  <kohai>@bivvo #Olynode was fun. Thanks @NotMyself for getting the group going, @adron for presenting and @OlyMEGA for hosting. #goodtimes #nodejs
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19:07:01  <mAritz>yawnt: you deleted me, didn't you?
19:07:04  <mAritz>i was GOD!
19:07:08  <mAritz>now i'm nothing
19:07:15  <blakmatrix>now you are a mere mortal
19:07:17  <blakmatrix>:P
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19:07:32  <mAritz>tz -.-
19:07:38  <blakmatrix>:)
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19:10:36  <vincentmac>is there a configuration file similar to .gitignore to exclude items from being deployed?
19:10:53  <AvianFlu>.npmignore will work for that
19:11:14  <vincentmac>@AvianFlu cool. thanks.
19:11:34  <yawnt>mAritz: tell your grandma
19:11:34  <kohai>@mahilis Awesome webinar on #nodejs and #cloudfoundry by @rajaraodv . Will be uploaded on cloudfoundry #YouTube channel soon. Check it out
19:11:37  <yawnt>she convinced me
19:11:45  <mAritz>of what? :D
19:11:56  <yawnt>that i should delete you
19:12:21  <yawnt>she said "he doesnt play scrabble with me anymore"
19:12:23  <yawnt>i was touched
19:12:24  <yawnt>:'(
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19:13:04  <yawnt>that game of yours was taking too much time
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19:13:47  <mAritz>she actually has an italian pen pal with whom she learns italian (and he german) so, that might be true, if not for the fact that i have never played scrabble with her in my entire life. :P
19:15:09  <yawnt>:|
19:15:22  <yawnt>either your grandma is the rally driver type of grandma
19:15:22  <unsafe>maybe if you asked her to...
19:15:22  <kohai>@NodeJSAtSO node.js and mysql - need data from select to update http://t.co/Lyss2u4C
19:15:51  <yawnt>or i'm right.. you spent too much time on that game
19:15:56  <yawnt>checkmate.
19:16:17  <sberryman>no way, there is a geek event in san diego tonight (mongodb)
19:16:18  <mAritz>i've played scrabble like 3 times in my life oO
19:16:47  <jfroma>hi, how should i write logs in my application? in order to read later using the "jitsu logs" command, should i use an specific module?
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19:17:02  <AvianFlu>jfroma, yes: `console.log` :)
19:17:31  <jfroma>avianflu thanks, :|
19:17:39  <jfroma>then i might be doing something wrong hehe
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19:20:06  <sberryman>jfroma: i really like bunyan (https://github.com/trentm/node-bunyan)
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19:21:27  <yawnt>mAritz: i like risk better
19:21:29  <yawnt>risk is awesome
19:21:48  <sberryman>better than bunyan?
19:22:26  <yawnt>what's bunyan?
19:22:45  <sberryman>link above (https://github.com/trentm/node-bunyan)
19:22:47  <yawnt>ohlol.. i thought that was a game
19:22:49  <yawnt>nevermind, sorry
19:22:52  <sberryman>haha
19:22:59  <sberryman>i was the confused one
19:23:39  <mAritz>risk <3
19:23:46  <yawnt>i always conquer germany first
19:23:47  <yawnt>:>
19:23:47  <mAritz>but my friends hate playing against me :P
19:24:00  <mAritz>IRKUTSK > any other country
19:24:09  <sberryman>i cant wait for the new sim city game
19:24:14  <yawnt>:\
19:24:19  <yawnt>irkutsk?
19:24:23  <yawnt>dafuq is irkutsk
19:24:28  <mAritz>they always kill at least 3 times their defender strength due to extremely good genes built by the rough area.
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19:24:42  <mAritz>it's part of north-east russia nowadays :D
19:24:51  <yawnt>oh i see
19:25:00  <yawnt>i have like a 1995 version
19:25:11  <yawnt>http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/5/52/Italian_Risk_board.jpg
19:25:22  <yawnt>it looks like this one.. kinda**
19:26:13  <mAritz>heh, i went to ebay and bought an early 80s version. but they send me a 90s version and i was too lazy to return it.
19:26:33  <rafaelcastrocout>hi all .... 1st time here ... i got a lil problem with jitsu
19:26:43  <yawnt>i play warlight sometimes
19:26:53  <yawnt>mAritz: 21:14 < yawnt> either your grandma is the rally driver type of grandma
19:26:57  <yawnt>wut
19:26:58  <yawnt>sry
19:26:59  <yawnt>i meant
19:27:04  <yawnt>mAritz: http://warlight.net/
19:27:05  <yawnt>dat
19:27:13  <rafaelcastrocout>my app uploads just fine and works in my virtualhost but it only opens once
19:27:46  <rafaelcastrocout>then there is no response at all
19:28:03  <AvianFlu>interesting
19:28:09  <rafaelcastrocout>can anyone point me a workaround?
19:28:13  <AvianFlu>try `jitsu logs`
19:28:19  <AvianFlu>see if there's any indication of a crash
19:28:27  <AvianFlu>maybe it gets into a loop of some kind on the first request
19:28:34  <AvianFlu>is this code on github?
19:28:38  <AvianFlu>what does the app do?
19:30:15  <rafaelcastrocout>im trying to dig it in the logs ... thx
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19:31:15  <kohai>@Rene_Kriest Meteor: worth the hype? Is node.js really the answer to everything? #meteor http://t.co/XWOutFri
19:31:27  <kohai>@bstoppel Installing #nodejs on #raspberrypi sure does take a while. Fingers cross that it actually works.
19:31:47  <kohai>@halfageekinfo #javascript: CPU usage in real time with node.js &amp; socket.io http://t.co/KNO01U9W
19:32:21  <AvianFlu>!tweet Node.js might be the answer to a lot of things, but Meteor? LULZ CIRCUIT OVERLOAD, ABORT TRAP 6
19:33:12  <rafaelcastrocout>no good ...still no response ...the code is not on github but i can make it work by commenting thw websocket function
19:33:39  <AvianFlu>can you show me the websocket function in a gist?
19:33:47  <rafaelcastrocout>sure
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19:35:05  <yawnt>i got my twitter timeline full of "upgrading to mountain lion"
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19:36:16  <rafaelcastrocout>https://gist.github.com/3178082 http://rafaelcastrocouto.dota.jit.su/
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19:36:38  <sberryman>works great for me so far yawnt
19:36:54  <rafaelcastrocout>i just commented the problematic function
19:37:12  <sberryman>1 min left on xcode install to really know whether i was an idiot for upgrading today
19:38:22  <kohai>@miksago Red Hat are looking for Node.js developers to help build their OpenShift Platform. Message me for details. http://t.co/GiguohEW
19:38:57  <yawnt>sberryman: i have no OSX
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19:40:11  <AvianFlu>rafaelcastrocout, try uncommenting it, I can't see a problem so far
19:40:28  <rafaelcastrocout>sure ... and thx for helping
19:41:25  <rafaelcastrocout>done
19:42:20  <rafaelcastrocout>now it dont open at all ... rssrsrsss
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19:44:22  <AvianFlu>that's really strange
19:44:27  <AvianFlu>I'm not even seeing a websocket failure here
19:44:31  <AvianFlu>it's just loading a blank page now
19:44:47  <rafaelcastrocout>gonna post the hole code so you can check if u want
19:44:48  <AvianFlu>I haven't used ws like this myself, might it be configured wrong somehow?
19:44:50  <AvianFlu>sure
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19:45:29  <rafaelcastrocout>it works just fine in my virtualhost
19:46:28  <AvianFlu>what can you tell me about your virtualhost
19:46:34  <cronopio>yawnt: same shit on my TL :S
19:46:50  <AvianFlu>without the ws stuff, I see a ton of requests to 'virtualhost' in the browser console
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19:49:39  <rafaelcastrocout>https://gist.github.com/3178082
19:49:44  <rafaelcastrocout>the hole code is there
19:50:21  <rafaelcastrocout>my virtual host is a virtual ubuntu with node inside a oracle vm
19:50:42  <yawnt>cronopio: :P good old arch
19:50:47  <yawnt>`pacman -Syu solves everythin'
19:51:03  <blakmatrix_>rafaelcastrocout: all inside virtualbox vm ?
19:51:25  <rafaelcastrocout>yeap
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19:51:57  <blakmatrix_>rafaelcastrocout: using vagrant ?
19:52:18  <rafaelcastrocout>no
19:53:45  <AvianFlu>rafaelcastrocout, what's your username, and what's the name of the app
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19:54:16  <rafaelcastrocout>rafaelcastrocouto dota
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19:57:45  <kohai>@a7mads @F_Jobs node.js is for the server, jQuery is for the browser.
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19:59:20  <kohai>@F_Jobs @a7mads so this means that you can’t create animation with node.js or deal with elements ?
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20:00:11  <cronopio>yawnt: you read my mind :-)
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20:01:23  <feklee>How long does it usually take to restart an application?
20:01:47  <feklee>Just noticed that my app has probably been down for a week or so, that's why I'm attempting a restart.
20:01:49  <Nexxy>how much of a kludge is your app?
20:02:20  <Nexxy>that's usually directly correlated to start-up time
20:03:24  <yawnt>Nexxy: why you so funny today
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20:04:02  <treeniap>hello
20:04:20  <yawnt>ò/
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20:06:16  <Nexxy>yawnt, I'm funny every day
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20:08:44  <jfroma>sberryman thanks, yess looks good. I have used winston before also
20:09:52  <kohai>@babloid I've mastered 'Socket.io' on Real-Time Web with Node.js http://t.co/oXA4qLdX via @codeschool
20:10:12  <kohai>@goshakkk @paulmillr maybe we can have app/config.coffee being app/config.coffee.eco, processed by node.js and then put into app/coffee?
20:12:14  <sberryman>AvianFlu: well it turns out xcode 4.4 wont let you install the command line tools (says you don't have access) but there are a ton of people that have posted the link to the file from apple to download and install on your own
20:12:32  <sberryman>that is the only issue i have run into, once the command line tools are installed everything was compiling just fine
20:12:46  <AvianFlu>nice
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20:12:48  <Nodejitsu-Github>[haibu] bmeck pushed 1 new commit to master: http://git.io/Tm0TLQ
20:12:48  <Nodejitsu-Github>[haibu/master] [repo] s3 repository support, protocol:s3,url:path/file,auth:{secret:,key:,bucket:} - Bradley Meck
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20:12:58  <AvianFlu>I figured there'd be compilation troubles at least :D
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20:14:20  <sberryman>good news is that my imac and air are upgraded and everything compiles / runs just fine (node 0.6.20 and 0.8.3)
20:14:31  <rafaelcastrocout>@AvianFlu did u found any error or is this a real bug?
20:15:01  <AvianFlu>rafaelcastrocout, your app has no output after it starts
20:15:19  <AvianFlu>the ws module fails to do its compile, but there's nothing else unusual
20:15:37  <AvianFlu>this module works for other people, I'm not sure what could be wrong
20:16:04  <rafaelcastrocout>what u mean by no output (is it console.log kind of stuff?)
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20:18:07  <AvianFlu>rafaelcastrocout, yeah, stdout/stderr
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20:19:17  <rafaelcastrocout>i commented all those out because i wasnt sure about the "no log" error
20:19:44  <rafaelcastrocout>u think it can help me figure out wats wrong?
20:19:44  <AvianFlu>what 'no log' error?
20:19:55  <AvianFlu>you should add logging to help see where it's failing, definitely
20:20:30  <rafaelcastrocout>gonna try ... thx a lot ...
20:23:53  <kohai>@goshakkk @paulmillr what don’t you like particularly? Processing a template file through node.js seems like the only way to expose env vars.
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20:28:45  <yawnt>Nexxy: sure. suuuure.
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20:36:59  <kohai>@DevelopinCloud A comparison of PHP & Node.js from one with ground-level experience: http://t.co/f5MuwtLo
20:39:16  <kohai>@ronkorving I just woke up to a #nodejs 0.8.4 release. I love the setTimeout(Infinity) fix :)
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20:46:30  <kohai>@hermanobrother I've completed 'Intro to Node.js' on Real-Time Web with Node.js http://t.co/nR8eQO3o via @codeschool : )
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20:52:53  <kohai>@GPat_UK Getting started with an online multiplayer platform, can anyone recommend between node.js or Websockets? For a beginner...
20:54:17  <EhevuTov>kohai, Node.js and web sockets, are two different things. You can use Node.js WITH websockets
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20:54:55  <EhevuTov>kohai, are you going to work on a webGL game? http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=AJg_BmY9-8o
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21:01:50  <blakmatrix_>EhevuTov: kohai is a bot, he's displaying tweets
21:01:50  <kohai>'Bot' is a derogatory term, and I'm offended.
21:02:06  <blakmatrix_>as you should be kohai
21:02:31  * fekleequit (Ping timeout: 255 seconds)
21:02:32  <yawnt>blakmatrix_: EhevuTov is a bot too
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21:03:44  <EhevuTov>yawnt, lol
21:04:05  <yawnt>oh come on
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21:04:10  <yawnt>i was waiting for blakmatrix_ 's reaction
21:04:13  <EhevuTov>thanks for the heads up. I was wondering why someone with an op would be posting such a question
21:04:14  <yawnt>why did you ruin everything
21:04:14  <yawnt>:(
21:04:26  <EhevuTov>I AM A ROBOT
21:04:37  <yawnt>thank you.. it seems so legit now
21:04:39  <yawnt>ç_ç
21:04:48  <blakmatrix_>npm EhevuTov
21:04:48  <npmbro>blakmatrix_: Please see npm's documentation at https://duckduckgo.com/?q=site%3Ahttp%3A%2F%2Fnpmjs.org%2Fdoc%2F%20EhevuTov
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21:05:12  <EhevuTov>blakmatrix: Usage: npm <command>
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21:05:28  <Nexxy>haha
21:05:31  <Nexxy>EhevuTov, lol
21:05:36  <Nexxy>sorry
21:05:51  <EhevuTov>Nexxy, Usage: npm <command>: LOL not found
21:06:12  <yawnt>gosh i created a monster
21:06:29  <Nexxy>EhevuTov, die
21:06:48  <EhevuTov>Nexxy, that is against 1 of my 3 laws
21:07:07  <Nexxy>I WAS JUST KIDDING GOSH
21:07:07  <kohai>@rob_james justjs http://t.co/zV5udAUz node.js tutorials
21:07:08  <Nexxy>afk
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21:10:49  <Nexxy>android keyboards ._.
21:11:04  <unsafe>so kohai is subscribed to those accounts?
21:11:28  <yawnt>he just checks for hashtags
21:11:32  <Nexxy>EhevuTov, update
21:11:43  <unsafe>gotcha
21:11:47  <yawnt>well it checks actually
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21:15:37  <kohai>@lindseymysse @unruthless it's alright, node.js hasn't quite taken over yet for mvc stuff.
21:17:00  <EhevuTov>Nexxy, lol
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21:26:28  <kohai>@WebHosting26 #WebHosting Web Host http://t.co/pnQT3QYn Launches Beta Support for Node.js on Windows Platform http://t.co/reAwvi2x #TeamFollowBack GGoo
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21:36:23  <kohai>@itoche I wanted to add #ldapjs to my Windows #nodejs project but... http://t.co/lkUxOb3g
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21:46:48  <coderarity>nutella waffles - best dinner
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21:51:56  <Nexxy>EhevuTov, update
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21:52:50  <EhevuTov>Nexxy: portsnap fetch update > ~/portsnap.out 2>&1 && pkg_version | grep "<" > ~/pkg_version.out 2>&1 &
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21:52:58  <EhevuTov>Nexxy: you are up to date
21:53:43  <EhevuTov>that's my OCD update sh line :-/
21:53:48  <Nexxy>lolol
21:54:24  <Nexxy>you do need help
21:54:43  <EhevuTov>then I do a 'cat pkg_version" to see what pkg's are out of date and decide if I need to go ahead and update. I probably need to automate it one day and have it send to my email
21:55:04  <EhevuTov>Nexxy, I know, it's bad
21:55:11  <kohai>@mawuli_ypa got a lotta of catchups to do.. #nodejs #nathanUniversity #javascript classes, #couchdb...
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22:15:28  <willwh>jesusabdullah: :D
22:15:35  <willwh>how did your kohai fun go last night?
22:15:40  <willwh>I haven't looked at github today :p
22:16:05  <jesusabdullah>no kohai fun last night
22:16:09  <jesusabdullah>didn't work out
22:17:41  <kohai>@gwestr When you're a node.js programmer every day is hack day.
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22:20:16  <kohai>@dscape On how to make your first Node.js pull request http://t.co/qdxpbv2h
22:20:53  <kohai>@donpark Node.js 0.8.4 is out. npm update issue I mentioned previously is fixed in this one.
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22:22:27  <kohai>@camcavers @ianiv I had to reinstall node.js and it was blocked… the hell with that!
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22:36:05  <kohai>@NodeJSAtSO How to bind array using Node.js FFI? http://t.co/OqOjmnFz
22:36:55  <kohai>@codelesson Just made an update to our online Introduction to Node.js course: http://t.co/K4RKbFMd
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23:03:39  <kohai>@stackful_io Building a Developer Studio in NodeJS http://t.co/FfeR7wAC #node #nodejs #ide #developer #coding ** VPS -> http://t.co/96LQHaQz
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23:06:54  <kohai>@npmadditions Added: runkeeper-js. RunKeeper HealthGraph API Client Library for Node.js http://t.co/tjE3zXu2
23:07:03  <kohai>@nodenpm runkeeper-js (0.1.0): http://t.co/o5vzaEEV RunKeeper HealthGraph API Client Library for Node.js
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23:11:58  <kohai>@babloid I'm now ready for Real-Time because of node.js http://t.co/oXA4qLdX via @codeschool
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23:16:09  <kohai>@_irregulars Having a play with Node frameworks: Express high performance, high class web development for Node.js http://t.co/xKnKcPTH #nodejs #webdev
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23:17:50  <kohai>@nodejs_links ✔ Portable Unix shell commands for Node.js - https://t.co/ZNwP7ils
23:22:57  <kohai>@NodeJsCommunity php.js - PHP VM with JavaScript http://t.co/WVX2LrJP #nodejs #javascirpt #vm #js #javascript #php http://t.co/mMHOPhQv
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23:46:59  <kohai>@sebprovencher Today's word is Node.js http://t.co/X8IBbyCl
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23:53:35  <kohai>@opera_news I won the first Node.js Knockout with Swarmation. http://t.co/YwT8L77W
23:54:20  <kohai>@stephenaevans @sebprovencher I've been spending a LOT of time on that word. #nodejs
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