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00:10:01  <sente>what's the appropriate place to ask question's about various node packages?
00:10:23  <sente>i guess there isn't a standard
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00:12:26  <yug>hi
00:12:34  <yug>is there anyone here for an advise?
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00:18:50  <mdedetrich>hi everybody!
00:19:00  <mmalecki>yug: sure
00:19:03  <mmalecki>mdedetrich: hello
00:19:09  <mmalecki>sente: #node.js most likely
00:19:20  <mdedetrich>how are you going mmalecki
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00:19:59  <mmalecki>mdedetrich: pretty damn good :). how are you?
00:20:03  <Sly_>Hey, mdedetrich. :)
00:20:18  <mdedetrich>not bad
00:20:22  <mdedetrich>grazing in a cafe
00:20:27  <mdedetrich>having a coffee
00:20:31  <mdedetrich>and doing some reports/codingz
00:21:14  <Sly_>lol. Speaking of a cafe..
00:21:15  <mmalecki>exactly how I like my coffee
00:21:18  <mmalecki>with lots of code
00:21:31  <Sly_>When I was on vacation, I was reading the docs on the gateway for the hotel..
00:21:48  <Sly_>And it apparently had a "cafe mode" that would let you on for x amount of time..
00:21:53  <Sly_>And after that, it would ask you to pay..
00:21:55  <yug>it's not directly related to nodejitsu
00:22:00  <mdedetrich>most cafes do that
00:22:03  <yug>but still interesting question
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00:22:25  <yug>Hi, I have a client server app that currently running on nodejitsu
00:22:38  <yug>I would like the have x amount of computers that all of them has specific version of chrome (beta or canary). and on they same time i want all of the computers to enter the url of my website and stay on for an hour (or so)
00:22:46  <Sly>Yeah, I know mdedetrich.
00:22:56  <yug>I cant find a way to do that
00:22:57  <mdedetrich>yug: are you doing stress testing?
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00:23:03  <yug>no
00:23:04  <Sly>All I could think though was "Do you know how pissed I would be if I had to pay to use the internet in a place I just gave money to for my coffee or whatever?"
00:23:10  <yug>just functional testing
00:23:13  <mdedetrich>Sly: eh this cafe is nice
00:23:21  <mdedetrich>I get free unlimited wifi
00:23:24  <mdedetrich>cos they like me
00:23:34  <yug>so i just want 1000 computers open chrome beta (or canary) and browse to a url
00:23:49  <mdedetrich>I'm pretty sure there is a testing suite
00:23:53  <mdedetrich>that will open webkit/V*
00:23:57  <mdedetrich>*V8
00:24:02  <mdedetrich>which is basically chrome
00:24:22  <yug>but thats not enough i specifically need beta or canary (or chromuim
00:24:36  <yug>and i need it running on real computers around the world
00:24:54  <yug>with all the limitation that come with that and not just simulation
00:25:13  <mdedetrich>I think node.js is a better place to ask that
00:25:23  <mdedetrich>I also have no clue why the hell you want to do that
00:25:27  <mdedetrich>but *shrugs*
00:26:12  <yug>want to check the efficiency of a distributed algorithm
00:26:18  <yug>that i wrote
00:26:37  <Sly>yug, maybe you should take a look at testling. http://testling.com/
00:26:40  <mdedetrich>so why specifically, would you need an actual chrome or V8
00:26:53  <mdedetrich>can't you just CURL the uri or something
00:26:58  <mdedetrich>many times?
00:27:25  <mdedetrich>this algorithm is server side right?
00:27:32  <yug>i sdid
00:27:36  <yug>testling are great
00:27:42  <yug>but running from one location
00:27:52  <yug>and not distributed computers
00:28:09  <Sly>Why should it matter if it's only running from one location?
00:28:11  <yug>it's server side but relate on the client as well
00:28:23  <mdedetrich>yug: well your benchmarks
00:28:26  <mdedetrich>are kinda of useless then
00:28:31  <mdedetrich>if you are testing with client and server
00:28:37  <mdedetrich>due to amount of variables
00:28:45  <yug>because it takes bandwidth issues into consideration and network congestions
00:28:52  <mdedetrich>I see no reason why you can't just set up a cluster and use CURL
00:29:02  <mdedetrich>yug: you should benchmark those things in isolation
00:29:12  <mdedetrich>focus on the algorithm performance separately from network use
00:29:29  <mdedetrich>if you do all of the things at once, it becomes impossible to diagnose where the problem/bottlenecks are
00:30:20  <yug>i agree
00:30:24  <mdedetrich>if you are doing in a testing in a browser, its actually checking if your program works
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00:30:29  <mdedetrich>not how fast its performing
00:30:39  <mdedetrich>which is a different problem altogether
00:30:44  <yug>i have a lot of detection mechanism to understand where are the problems
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00:30:56  <yug>"I see no reason why you can't just set up a cluster and use CURL"
00:31:05  <yug>what do you mean?
00:31:15  <yug>what kind of cluster?
00:31:16  <mdedetrich>to benchmark the performance of your algorithm
00:31:26  <mdedetrich>I assume that its sitting behind some REST route
00:31:27  <mdedetrich>or something?
00:32:40  <mdedetrich>I mean you don't have to use CURL, you can prob just use a node.js application that does a HTTP request
00:32:49  <mdedetrich>CURL might be a better control
00:32:49  <yug>yes
00:33:00  <yug>yes
00:33:04  <yug>so i have that already
00:33:09  <yug>like a simulator
00:33:21  <yug>it's okey for testing
00:33:27  <yug>but i want to see live results as well
00:33:32  <yug>real usage results
00:34:10  <mdedetrich>I'm pretty sure if you ask node.js that they have a tool for that
00:34:10  <yug>anyway
00:34:16  <yug>ok
00:34:17  <mdedetrich>as I said its essentially V8 + webkit
00:34:17  <yug>i will
00:34:19  <yug>thanks
00:34:19  <mdedetrich>which will run the site
00:34:22  <yug>i will let you guys know
00:34:27  <mdedetrich>without a GUI
00:34:28  <mdedetrich>and whatnot
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00:35:13  <mmalecki>Sly: airports do that
00:35:21  <mmalecki>I consider it a horrible experience.
00:35:28  <mdedetrich>mmalecki: a lot of places do that
00:35:37  <mdedetrich>hence why I am going to get a nokia 920 with 4G
00:35:44  <mdedetrich>and be a happy panda
00:35:52  <mmalecki>yeah, I always try to get a 3G card whenever I am
00:37:47  <yug>" without a GUI"
00:37:52  <yug>i need the gui as well
00:38:04  <yug>it takes important part
00:39:16  <mdedetrich>eh my best bet is to ask in node.js
00:39:26  <mdedetrich>like honestly I'm running off the top of my head here, I have never done such a thing
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00:41:58  <Sly>I want to do something, and not a clue what I want to do. :|
00:42:16  <mdedetrich>yug: if node.js doesn't work, I would ask stack overflow
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00:43:51  <mdedetrich>Sly: that quite a predicament you got there
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00:48:35  <Sly>Eh. It's my normal predicament. xD
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01:22:30  <Sly>Hey, AvianFlu. :)
01:22:47  <AvianFlu>O HAI
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02:53:31  <Sly>Too.. quiet..
02:53:32  <Sly>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bwdDVZsz2es
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03:01:57  <AvianFlu>when I was a kid, you could use those to take over channels
03:01:59  <AvianFlu>those were the days
03:02:07  <Sly>^
03:02:55  <Sly>As long as you split from the services, fair game. XD
03:05:38  <AvianFlu>it would be really sweet to go back in time to 6 months before the first buffer overflow attack was publicized
03:05:44  <AvianFlu>in like 1999 or 2000
03:05:47  <AvianFlu>could have some serious lulz
03:06:12  <Sly>All it takes is Charlie sponsoring scientific research for us to develop a time machine.
03:06:15  <Sly>Problem. Solved.
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03:06:36  <AvianFlu>sorry, but I'm politically opposed to time travel.
03:07:05  <Sly>Aw. It'd be so much fun, though.
03:08:17  <mmalecki>I'm not but that'd empty my bank account
03:08:54  <mmalecki>AvianFlu: wait, could I theoretically expense that as an R&D?
03:09:12  <AvianFlu>mmalecki: No.
03:09:38  <mmalecki>BUT MOM!
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04:07:10  <mdedetrich>jesus that guy in node.js
04:07:12  <mdedetrich>was such a dong
04:07:48  <AvianFlu>mdedetrich: dude
04:07:55  <AvianFlu>you guys argued for like 2.5 hours
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04:08:05  <AvianFlu>at a point, one of you just has to end it first XD
04:08:07  <mdedetrich>I was eating at the same time
04:08:15  <AvianFlu>well thank god for concurrency
04:08:17  <mdedetrich>so I had nothing better to do
04:08:24  <mdedetrich>lol
04:09:24  <mdedetrich>I believe that I ended it on a high note for myself
04:09:27  <mdedetrich>should have done that earlier
04:10:56  <AvianFlu>you both would have been better served writing competing reference implementations
04:12:01  <mdedetrich>well the reason why I wanted him to write it in java, is because I would simply define function as whatever input was being put into map
04:12:03  <mdedetrich>and make it recurse
04:12:05  <mdedetrich>which wouldn't work
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05:25:02  <pd>hi
05:25:19  <pd>curiosity... what nodejitsu logo type font
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05:31:40  <AvianFlu>it's custom
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06:22:34  <alucardX>hi
06:22:46  <blakmatrix>alucardX: yo
06:23:21  <alucardX>morning :)
06:23:35  <blakmatrix>nearly bed time for me :P
06:23:42  <blakmatrix>haha
06:24:02  <alucardX>jeje, not here (8:22h)
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06:26:53  <mdedetrich>lets dance
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07:54:37  <jesusabdullah>http://anchorage.craigslist.org/zip/3317448713.html <_<;
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09:00:26  <ktk>mmalecki: around?
09:00:39  <eldios>just went out to find some food :D
09:00:53  <eldios><mmalecki> brb, gotta buy some milk, my fridge is full of beer
09:01:08  <ktk>hehe
09:01:09  <ktk>k
09:01:26  <eldios>is bredley meck in here?
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09:32:17  <`3rdEden>eldios: nope
09:32:22  <`3rdEden>:)
09:37:36  <mmalecki>ktk: yes
09:37:43  <mmalecki>eldios: he hangs out here sometimes
09:40:17  <ktk>mmalecki: got a question regarding resourceful
09:40:55  <ktk>mmalecki: should I use that if I intend to do more than a few key/value things? I like the idea of exposing it to REST/sockets etc but pure key-value is not enough for my use-case
09:41:39  <mmalecki>ktk: well, sure, we use it for more complex data structures
09:41:42  <ktk>mmalecki: in the end I will have graph-based data which I will store either as a pretty complex json to a key-value store or into a graph store
09:42:01  <ktk>mmalecki: do you have pointers to some examples on github about how you use it?
09:42:59  <mmalecki>ktk: oh, not *that* complex :). you should probably use graph-oriented db if you want to do that
09:43:14  <mmalecki>like, the one, ugh...
09:43:17  <mmalecki>what was the name
09:43:51  <mmalecki>neo4j
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09:47:46  <ktk>mmalecki: yeah it's not neo4j in my case but something like it
09:47:50  <ktk>mmalecki: but I do like the idea of exposing CRUD interfaces so my question is could I adopt resourceful to my usecase
09:48:22  <ktk>where I care less about key-values but about the full graph I would simply store in such a ressourceful object
09:50:05  <eldios>mmm I wanted to apply for the devOps nodejitsu team
09:50:43  <eldios>well if anyone of you talk to him, please forward him to me here (almost 24/24 in)
09:50:49  <eldios>hey `3rdEden \o/
09:50:53  <eldios>will you come in Brescia?
09:51:11  <`3rdEden>eldios: no man :( it's conflicting with node_knockout
09:51:36  <eldios>I see.. well let me know if you'll pass here around ^_^
09:51:55  <`3rdEden>=p
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11:10:37  <llabball>Hi there!
11:10:49  <mmalecki>HELLO
11:11:41  <llabball>can the reason to get "Script took too long to listen on a socket" when deploying be to use the couchdb longpolling feed?
11:12:22  <mmalecki>llabball: when are you calling .listen?
11:13:24  <llabball>i request db-info >> callback: request a couchdb doc (config) >> callback: start continuous changes feed
11:13:54  <mmalecki>try listening right away after starting the app
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11:18:28  <llabball>hmm. i have to lookup some informations before starting to listen on the couchdb changes feed - any idea to cascade the starting process of the app?
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11:19:32  <llabball>btw. the app opens a port a "client" (longpolling GET request)
11:20:01  <llabball>so i do not call .listen
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11:21:35  <yawnt>back
11:21:42  <llabball>hi
11:25:21  <llabball>no one listening?
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11:28:36  <yawnt>llabball: what's the problem?
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11:30:31  <llabball>the problem seems to that a late continuous GET against a couchdb changes feed causes the app to fail starting with error "Script took too long to listen on a socket"
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11:31:11  <yawnt>can i see your ccode?
11:32:58  <llabball>sorry, i have to quit - will come back later - thx & bye
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11:49:46  <mmalecki>deoxxa: YO DAWH
11:49:50  <mmalecki>OR DAWG
11:49:59  <deoxxa>sup
11:50:01  <deoxxa>oh
11:50:13  <deoxxa>yeah, i've missed the bank both today and yesterday
11:50:19  <deoxxa>but weekend tomorrow, so i'll be able to do it then
11:50:22  <deoxxa>my bad!
11:50:24  <mmalecki>deoxxa: NO WORRIES YO
11:50:33  <deoxxa>stupid work, keeping me away from the delicious bank
11:50:39  <mmalecki>I ONLY WANTED TO KNOW IF I SHOULD YELL AT MY BAKK
11:50:43  <mmalecki>BANK EVEN
11:50:59  <deoxxa>NOPE IT'S OK
11:51:29  <mmalecki>GOOD
11:51:35  <mmalecki>ANYWAY I'M OFF TODAY
11:51:39  <mmalecki>KINDA
11:51:57  <yawnt>HEY
11:52:01  <yawnt>IT HURTS MAH EYES
11:52:06  <yawnt>STOP UPPERCASING
11:52:11  <mmalecki>sorry it's thr alcohol
11:52:15  <yawnt>I CAN TELL
11:52:16  <yawnt>NO PROBLEM
11:57:05  <deoxxa>so i just rewrote https://github.com/deoxxa/node-nyaatorrents
11:57:21  <deoxxa>much nicer now using cheerio instead of htmlparser and soupselect
11:59:30  <yawnt>OH YOU PIRATE
12:00:25  <deoxxa>ooh, right in the pride
12:00:30  * deoxxakeels over
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12:17:11  <deoxxa>gotta learn about backbone routers
12:17:12  <deoxxa>sigh
12:17:15  <yawnt>lol
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12:46:59  <detmar>Hi, what is the latest version of jitsu? how can I update my version?
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12:49:44  <gavdi>Hi everybody. I need help. Can someone please help me?
12:52:34  <deoxxa>detmar: 1) `npm show jitsu` 2) `npm update jitsu -g`
12:53:05  <deoxxa>gavdi: what's up? i'm just a user, so i might not be able to fix your problem, but i can maybe help you figure out what the cause is :)
12:55:06  <deoxxa>jesusabdullah, mmalecki, gavdi seems to be having account troubles
12:55:46  <gavdi>deoxxa.. how to chat private
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12:56:36  <deoxxa>gavdi: you don't - not right now. you probably want the admins here to see what's going on so they can help you
12:56:53  <gavdi>I've installed the free version of nodejitsu and not able login into nodejitsu admin dashboard. Do i need to configure something?
12:59:41  <yawnt>gavdi: hey
12:59:47  <yawnt>one sec, reading what you wrote :)
13:01:45  <yawnt>gavdi: okay.. have you installed jitsu?
13:02:25  <gavdi>Yes. And i deployed a js file. It's working well, but i can't login into the admin dashboard
13:02:42  <yawnt>develop.nodejitsu.com?
13:02:51  <gavdi>true
13:03:07  <yawnt>gavdi: don't use that.. jitsu is way more feature complete
13:03:30  <yawnt>but the same username and password of jitsu should work as well :)
13:04:04  <gavdi>Ok. thanks. What we actually want, is to read the output live
13:04:36  <yawnt>do you mean the logs?
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13:05:26  <gavdi>Yes... I'm calling "jitsu logs" but it's not running live
13:05:38  <yawnt>gavdi: it does not run live
13:06:05  <yawnt>logs are saved on loggly and fetched on request
13:06:05  <gavdi>Ok so it's not possible to view the logs live like in node.js
13:06:13  <yawnt>but the feature is being actively developed
13:06:21  <yawnt>https://github.com/nodejitsu/jitsu/issues/245
13:06:26  <gavdi>Ok thanks a lot.
13:06:27  <yawnt>you can follow the progresses here :)
13:06:35  <yawnt>you're welcome
13:06:57  <deoxxa>as long as it uses loggly, it won't be live i don't think
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13:07:09  <joemccann>hey guys
13:07:18  <deoxxa>loggly uses elasticsearch, where the closest thing to live is scroll queries
13:07:24  <yawnt>deoxxa: migrating to winston is WIP
13:07:26  <joemccann>so i keep activating a snapshot, and the output tells me it has started and is now active
13:07:27  <deoxxa>and they're just a sophisticated form of polling
13:07:27  <joemccann>but
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13:07:28  <joemccann>it is not
13:07:36  <joemccann>it keeps referring to the old snapshot
13:07:41  <deoxxa>yawnt: ah neat
13:07:41  <joemccann>dill.jit.su
13:08:48  <yawnt>joemccann: jitsu logs app <appname> ?
13:09:13  <joemccann>Nodejitsu Error (500): Internal Server Error
13:09:29  <yawnt>joemccann: can i see your package.json and jitsu's full output?
13:09:32  <yawnt>http://gist.github.com
13:09:34  <yawnt>paste it here please :)
13:10:42  <joemccann>https://github.com/joemccann/dillinger/blob/master/package.json
13:11:10  <joemccann>https://gist.github.com/3839720
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13:12:18  <yawnt>thank you
13:14:26  <joemccann>gotta run, but any help is gladly appreciated!
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13:58:25  <Martin____>Hi @mmalecki can you or bmeck push a new version of nconf to the npm? There is a critical bug fix between 6.4 and master regarding null value handling and I want to keep my package.json's current :-)
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13:59:48  <yawnt>Martin____: you can use git in the package.json if it's critical :)
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14:01:33  <Martin____>@yawnt that's what we are doing ... :-)
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14:21:18  <deoxxa>lol
14:21:44  <deoxxa>when you search for torrent on npm, 1/3 of the entries are mine
14:22:20  <deoxxa>yawnt: we should hack on bittorrent.js when i'm in .it
14:22:29  <deoxxa>mmalecki: you too
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14:25:39  <yawnt>deoxxa: done
14:25:58  <deoxxa>yey
14:26:09  <yawnt>man
14:26:15  <yawnt>i've just discovered followmy.tv
14:26:20  <yawnt>suddenly my life makes sense
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14:27:06  <deoxxa>ha
14:27:35  <yawnt>i was going to create something like that
14:27:45  <yawnt>UX ain't that create in that website
14:27:50  <yawnt>but i can't do an better reall
14:27:53  <yawnt>so that's okay
14:27:53  <yawnt>:D
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14:29:02  <deoxxa>UI is hard :<
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14:29:41  <mdedetrich>hi everybody
14:29:56  <yawnt>hai mdedetrich
14:30:01  <yawnt>deoxxa: yeah i wish i were able
14:30:04  * thurmdajoined
14:30:04  <yawnt>i'm like reading stuff
14:30:08  <yawnt>but it's dark magic
14:30:08  <yawnt>:\
14:30:13  <eldios>deoxxa, will you come in Brescia?
14:30:17  <mdedetrich>oooh
14:30:19  <deoxxa>yep :D
14:30:19  <mdedetrich>I love dark magic
14:30:22  <eldios>nice
14:30:38  <eldios>let's definitely meet there \o/
14:30:45  <deoxxa>yay!
14:30:51  <yawnt>perhaps
14:30:58  <yawnt>maybe something "bad" will happen to deoxxa
14:30:58  <deoxxa>i think it's going to be really fun
14:31:02  <deoxxa>:x
14:31:03  <yawnt>and he won't be able to make it to brescia
14:31:07  <eldios>ahah
14:31:11  <eldios>poor deoxxa
14:31:12  <yawnt>maybe if he pays me 2000$
14:31:15  <yawnt>nothing will happen
14:31:16  <yawnt>who knows
14:31:21  <deoxxa>oh
14:31:28  <deoxxa>but i really like my $2000
14:31:33  <yawnt>i remember you i'll be the one picking you up at the airport
14:31:34  <deoxxa>you can't have it
14:31:41  <deoxxa>it's mine and i need it to buy candy
14:31:51  <yawnt>MAMA SAID NO CANDY FROM STRANGERS
14:32:04  <deoxxa>it's ok, i form a strong relationship with my candy distributors before purchase
14:32:08  <yawnt>lol
14:32:16  <gildean>speaking about ui's, is there an open-source web-gui for haibu?
14:32:31  <yawnt>nto that i know of
14:32:42  <gildean>because as an exercise i started to write one
14:32:50  <yawnt>i need to find some UI master, together.. we can be unstoppable (cit.)
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14:33:00  <yawnt>like a dark ninja of css and photoshop
14:33:01  <deoxxa>ugh, i shaved with a real razor the other day, for the first time in months, and now my stupid neck is itchy
14:33:08  <yawnt>yeha.. stupid neck
14:33:20  <yawnt>i wonder what it's doing there
14:33:25  <deoxxa>nothing!
14:33:32  <gildean>let me take a screenshot of what i've got done
14:34:01  <yawnt>http://i.imgur.com/QLPT8.png look deoxxa
14:34:17  <yawnt>\ò/
14:34:45  <yawnt>gildean: sure
14:34:51  <deoxxa>you're not watching supernatural
14:34:55  * deoxxashakes head
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14:35:13  <yawnt>i dislike supernatural
14:35:17  <yawnt>having seen exactly 0 episodes
14:35:23  <yawnt>i can't tell it isn't my type of show
14:35:26  <deoxxa>that's ok
14:35:33  <deoxxa>some people are just not as cool as some other people
14:35:40  <yawnt>lol
14:35:55  <yawnt>i do watch Revolution
14:35:59  <yawnt>do you watch it?
14:35:59  <deoxxa>but you can still be happy
14:36:05  <deoxxa>i don't, what's it about?
14:36:28  <yawnt>world after electricity disappears misteriously
14:36:32  <yawnt>pretty good
14:36:53  <deoxxa>that sounds awesome
14:36:58  <deoxxa>actually i think i heard about that
14:37:05  <gildean>here it is: http://julkinen.salaliitto.com/misc/hachi.png
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14:37:31  <yawnt>^o^ useful
14:37:31  <gildean>the buttons already work, the drones are loaded into view with ajax etc.
14:37:50  <gildean>hachi is japanese for bee or bees
14:37:55  <gildean>it thought it would be fitting
14:38:18  <yawnt>gildean: open source?
14:38:31  <gildean>yeah
14:39:00  <gildean>let me do a commit first and i'll share the link
14:39:02  <yawnt>deoxxa: http://www.tubeplus.me/player/1980034/Revolution/season_1/episode_1/Pilot/
14:39:05  <yawnt>enjoy
14:40:07  <deoxxa>gildean: hachi is also wasp, and as evidenced at http://bees.fknsrs.biz/bros.html wasps are bad
14:40:35  <deoxxa>bees good, wasps bad
14:41:04  <deoxxa>it's amazing how often that page is relevant
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14:43:46  <gildean>here you go: https://github.com/gildean/Hachi
14:43:53  <yawnt>D:
14:44:21  <gildean>bare in ming i just started it, it's not even nearly finished and i might just rewrite it all
14:44:37  <gildean>*mind
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14:47:29  <deoxxa>weird, i just had my laptop crash for the first time ever
14:47:34  <deoxxa>had nearly a month of uptime too
14:48:35  <yawnt>really
14:48:44  <yawnt>i experienced before a BSOD on linux
14:48:50  <yawnt>(b as in black, not blue)
14:49:16  <jetienne>if you like them, do webgl :)
14:49:34  <jetienne>a single mistake and the whole screen goes black :)
14:49:41  <yawnt>thanksno
14:49:42  <yawnt>:D
14:50:24  <gildean>deoxxa: any comments on the look of the gui i started?
14:50:49  <gildean>it's a single-page, the addapp-button etc. open a jquery-ui dialogs
14:51:03  <deoxxa>the gradients are a bit 90s
14:51:06  <yawnt>gildean: i'd focus on the UX, UI
14:51:18  <yawnt>and also a little code rewriting :P
14:51:26  <gildean>the navbar is fixed on the bottom and new items are floated as a list that can be arranged by grabbing
14:51:49  <gildean>yawnt: yeah, the code is quite crappy, i basically wrote it in one sitting
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14:54:39  <gildean>but everything seems to work still, so it's not too bad :D
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15:01:39  <gildean>i thought about using websockets to get a nice realtime-app, but the support on mobile browsers is still too crappy i think
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15:04:45  <deoxxa>socket.io works pretty much everywhere
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15:05:58  <gildean>yeah, maybe i'll try it for once, i've only done some stuff with the ws-module before
15:09:13  <john__>hi everyone, I'm getting a Error 500 when I try to deploy my app. It tells me to copy paste the error in gist( https://gist.github.com/3840356 ) and ask here for support, anyone can help?
15:09:52  <gildean>out of servers again?
15:10:02  <john__>I've been able to deploy the same app before, but I changed a lot of things, I suspect I did something wrong but can't get any log to figure it out...
15:12:13  <yawnt>john__: hey hi
15:12:26  <yawnt>john__: may i see your package.json?
15:12:59  <john__>sure one min please
15:13:46  <john__>I just changed it, after comparing it with another project that works there was 2 odd differences, I'm trying it out now
15:17:30  <yawnt>sure
15:18:29  <john__>this was my old one: https://gist.github.com/3840416 now I removed the private line and changed "start": "./app.js" for "start": "app.js"
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15:18:47  <john__>same error
15:19:58  <yawnt>what does jitsu logs app myApp show?
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15:21:16  <john__>nothing of interest, only 4 lines of log from yesterday, it was an older version running on it
15:21:52  <john__>maybe I should delete it and redeploy all fresh
15:22:39  <yawnt>how many times have you tried deploying?
15:22:48  <yawnt>because it may happen that it is a random bad drone
15:23:00  <john__>3-4 times
15:23:10  <yawnt>ok
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15:23:37  <yawnt>i'll get someone from the support team to look into it
15:23:56  <john__>it seems it can deploy because in the admin console the snapshot shows the correct version. But when I try to start it from the admin console it hands there forever trying to start it..
15:24:02  <john__>alright thanks a lot
15:24:11  <yawnt>you're welcome
15:24:21  <john__>oh, don't you need my info?
15:24:39  <yawnt>yep, i was about to ask
15:24:39  <yawnt>:P
15:24:43  <yawnt>username and appname please
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15:40:44  <Sly>'morning
15:41:24  <yawnt>ò/
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16:31:01  <peraferrer>Hello I need help, I'm trying to load in nodejitsu an IRC bot that uses the module "node-irc" (https://github.com/martynsmith/node-irc), when you start the bot throws the following error:
16:31:07  <peraferrer>Error spawning drone. Script took too long to listen on a socket.
16:31:11  <peraferrer>error: at Timer.list.ontimeout (timers.js:101:19)
16:31:24  <yawnt>peraferrer: currently.. nodejitsu supports http applications only
16:32:15  <AvianFlu>peraferrer: you can work around it for irc bots
16:32:19  <AvianFlu>just make an http status page for it
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16:32:43  <AvianFlu>it just needs to respond to http traffic so we know it's running
16:32:50  <AvianFlu>the bot will work fine after that, generally speaking
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16:33:33  <peraferrer>ok, I will try to implement this recommendation. Thank you.
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17:00:58  <therealkoopa>Any recommendations for scheduling jobs in node? I've found some modules, but would like others opinions. I'm thinking of storing a sorted set in redis would even work.
17:02:05  <deoxxa>i've used redis for that before, yeah
17:02:16  <deoxxa>there's a decent library for beanstalk as well iirc
17:02:22  <deoxxa>can't recall the name of it at the moment though
17:02:28  <deoxxa>and it's been a while since i used it
17:02:53  <joemccann>still getting 500s on deployment
17:02:57  <joemccann>dill.jit.su
17:03:24  <yawnt>joemccann: hey
17:03:31  <yawnt>so basically..
17:03:36  <joemccann>yeah
17:03:48  <yawnt>i saw that your app minifies stuff when it starts
17:04:01  <yawnt>i think your problem might come from the fact that the app uses too much memory
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17:04:16  <yawnt>could you move the minification part to the predeploy - postdeploy hooks?
17:04:30  <yawnt>https://github.com/nodejitsu/jitsu#jitsu-hooks
17:04:37  <yawnt>and try redeploying?
17:06:18  <joemccann>yeah, but that seems silly!
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17:06:22  <joemccann>i mean
17:06:24  <joemccann>the idea is is
17:06:29  <joemccann>when NODE_ENV=production
17:06:33  <joemccann>to minfiy/concat
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17:06:41  <yawnt>yes..
17:06:45  <joemccann>but if those tiny machines only have 256 mb
17:06:51  <joemccann>then i guess i don't' have a choice
17:07:02  <joemccann>just really impacts the deployment process I suppose
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17:07:19  <yawnt>pre-deploy hooks are used by jitsu
17:07:32  <blakmatrix>joemccann: what's going on?
17:08:03  <joemccann>minification/concat upon spinning up the app === 500 error
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17:09:20  <Sly>http://sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash4/429234_474705482560782_952520918_n.jpg
17:09:22  <Sly>Who wants pizza?
17:09:29  <yawnt>that's no pizza
17:09:30  <yawnt>;_;
17:10:23  <coderarity>Sly: idk if that's enough for everyone
17:10:34  <yawnt>Sly: come to italy
17:10:39  <yawnt>i'll show you real pizza
17:10:39  <yawnt>:D
17:11:03  <st_luke>thailand has pretty good pizza
17:11:18  <yawnt>yo st_luke
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17:12:26  <st_luke>yo
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17:14:20  <blakmatrix>joemccann: take a look at http://package.json.jit.su , in there you will see how the predeploy and postdeploy scripts work, now are you depending on your app to be deployed first before the minification and melding?
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17:15:31  <joemccann>the goal is when it is in a production environment and the app spins up, it runs the minification/concat scriopt
17:15:37  <joemccann>if it can't do that, that's cool
17:15:41  <joemccann>but seems odd that it can't do that
17:16:35  <john999>yawnt: Removing dojo worked, my app is now deployed and works correctly, thanks!
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17:16:58  <yawnt>john999: glad it all worked out great :)
17:17:05  <yawnt>if you have any other problems don't hesitate to ping me
17:17:10  <joemccann>ahh i see the redeploy stuff
17:17:14  <john999>alright thx
17:17:15  <joemccann>pre-deploy stuff
17:17:16  <joemccann>cool
17:17:16  <joemccann>thx
17:17:39  <AvianFlu>joemccann: these little drones have no swap, at all - it's why this stuff is such a hard cap
17:17:41  <blakmatrix>joemccann: were you doin it with a preinstall perchance?
17:17:45  <AvianFlu>we're working on making it much friendlier
17:17:47  <joemccann>preinstall?
17:17:51  <blakmatrix>nvm
17:18:07  <blakmatrix>preinstall is a directive to tell npm
17:18:36  <joemccann>yeah see that is a problem
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17:18:41  <joemccann>the way the CSS files are versioned
17:18:50  <joemccann>depend on the package.json version number
17:18:55  <joemccann>which is incremented every time i deploy
17:18:59  <joemccann>so the css never gets sent
17:19:03  <joemccann>or js for that matter
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17:19:12  <joemccann>if i build concat locally
17:19:13  <joemccann>then deploy
17:19:18  <joemccann>the deploy increments the version
17:19:24  <joemccann>and the css/js files don't have that version
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17:20:05  <joemccann>i have to manually update the version number
17:20:08  <joemccann>build/concat locally
17:20:09  <joemccann>then deploy
17:20:15  <joemccann>seems wrong
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17:31:47  <yawnt>deoxxa: I SEE YOUR WEB REPO
17:31:56  <deoxxa>ssshhhhhhh
17:31:58  <deoxxa>it's a secret
17:32:03  <deoxxa>actually it's not
17:32:08  <deoxxa>haha
17:32:09  <yawnt>ACTUALLY
17:32:11  <yawnt>IT'S 404
17:32:13  <yawnt>>:(
17:32:17  <deoxxa>i created it on the wrong organisation
17:32:21  <deoxxa>https://github.com/jishaku/web
17:32:34  <yawnt>what's jishaku
17:32:39  <deoxxa>torrent website
17:32:46  <yawnt>oh
17:32:54  <deoxxa>which is currently broken apparently
17:33:00  <deoxxa>it... should be working
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17:33:16  <yawnt>http://cache.boston.com/bonzai-fba/Third_Party_Photo/2008/09/19/pirate__1221836287_8352.jpg
17:33:23  <yawnt>^ this is how you will dress at nodejsconf
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17:36:02  <deoxxa>hm, i have no idea why that site is broken
17:36:14  <deoxxa>php, how does it work?!?
17:36:26  <AvianFlu>BADLY!
17:36:31  <yawnt>lol
17:36:35  <ljharb>such haters. i like php.
17:36:43  <ljharb>i also hate it, so there's that.
17:36:46  * yawnttakes out torches
17:36:58  <yawnt>but we respect opinions
17:37:04  * yawntwaves a torch near ljharb 's fae
17:37:07  <yawnt>*face :(
17:37:12  <yawnt>this kinda ruins everything.. oh you keyboard
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17:37:36  <ljharb>lol
17:38:00  <ljharb>put_out_torch() or wait, was it putOutTorch() or put_outTorch()? damnit php.
17:38:17  <yawnt>it was require(stdlib).putOutTorch
17:38:18  <yawnt>OHWAIT
17:38:19  <yawnt>NO STD LIB
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17:39:32  <blakmatrix>torchlight 2 ..mmm cant wait
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17:39:42  <blakmatrix>love that game for some reason
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17:42:12  <Sly>lol. I had never heard of it until you mentioned it the other night.
17:42:18  * Slyisn't a big gamer.
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17:43:56  <st_luke>I can't stand writing php, there's really nothing fun or delightful about it.
17:44:38  <st_luke>I will go out of my way to pretend I don't know how to do certain things in it to avoid having to write it at work.
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17:47:59  <ljharb>i actually have lots of fun in php, i just have way more in javascript.
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17:49:46  <coderarity>st_luke: you know what's better than that? actually not knowing php :D
17:49:48  <deoxxa>yawnt: http://dev.jishaku.net/
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17:50:15  <yawnt>AH BOOTSTRAP
17:50:19  <yawnt>nice btw
17:50:20  <deoxxa>mmm
17:50:34  <yawnt>check out bootswatch
17:50:38  <deoxxa>basically just one big experiment to use backbone
17:50:39  <deoxxa>yeah
17:50:44  <deoxxa>i'll re-do the css at some point
17:51:49  <deoxxa>the dates automatically update themselves every minute
17:51:52  <deoxxa>that's my favourite part :3
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18:07:02  <yawnt>lpin: ping
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18:09:55  <Lamza>hey
18:10:04  <yawnt>hai Lamza :)
18:10:13  <Lamza>i have a small problem: can't deploy a simple express app
18:10:20  <yawnt>sure.. what does jitsu say?
18:10:23  <Lamza>the error seems to be: "package.json error: can't find starting script: node app"
18:10:57  <Lamza>i have an app.js in the same directory, and it works when i run "node app" locally
18:11:25  <yawnt>may i see your package.json please?
18:11:31  <yawnt>paste it here http://gist.github.com
18:11:52  <Lamza>http://pastebin.com/eWFUmLAK
18:11:56  <Lamza>too late, sorry
18:11:56  <yawnt>thanks
18:11:59  <yawnt>np
18:12:03  <yawnt>just not here on IRC :)
18:12:07  <yawnt>every other pastebin is fine
18:12:19  <Lamza>yeah, i figured i shouldn't paste 5+ lines at once
18:13:07  <yawnt>Lamza: do you have app.js in your gitignore or gitignore? if not try to change that line to "app.js"
18:13:10  <yawnt>and re-deploy
18:13:43  <Lamza>whoah, there's a big .gitignore created by github for windows
18:13:46  <Lamza>i'll just clear the content
18:13:59  <yawnt>*gitignore or npmignore
18:14:04  <yawnt>sorry for the typo
18:14:31  <Lamza>same error
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18:16:16  <lpin>yawnt: pong
18:16:19  <yawnt>Lamza: username, appname?
18:16:22  <yawnt>lpin: query
18:16:56  <Lamza>yawnt: username Lamza, appname dota2-items-customizer
18:17:09  <yawnt>Lamza: also try "node app.js" ..
18:17:31  <Lamza>retrying
18:17:35  <yawnt>thank you
18:18:06  <Lamza>iirc, i set version 0.8.x as the node engine first, before changing it to 0.6.x, maybe that caused it?
18:18:11  <Lamza>oh
18:18:16  <Lamza>.js worked
18:18:38  <Lamza>thanks!
18:18:53  <yawnt>Lamza: you're welcome
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18:26:14  <st_luke>substack: is your picture tube thing still on nodejitsu
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18:26:37  <maxcan>hi, i get this socket timeout error alot when deploying: https://gist.github.com/3841512
18:27:12  <maxcan>works fine locally, and often just deploying again fixes it.
18:27:25  <yawnt>maxcan: hi :)
18:27:25  <blakmatrix>maxcan: hi
18:27:31  <yawnt>blakmatrix: you go?
18:27:31  <blakmatrix>let me take a look at that
18:27:35  <yawnt>kk
18:28:00  <maxcan>blakmatrix: thanks
18:28:05  <blakmatrix>maxcan: can I see your package.json
18:28:56  <maxcan>blakmatrix: added to the gist
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18:29:50  <maxcan>could the * dependencies be breaking it? or everyauth/github dep?
18:31:03  <blakmatrix>maxcan: use https://github.com/bnoguchi/everyauth/tarball/express3 , that might be the issu
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18:32:54  <maxcan>trying now.. thanks
18:35:04  <maxcan>didn't fix :(
18:35:46  <maxcan>unfortuatnely, gotta run now.. i'll come back later today. thanks for trying though
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18:40:09  <blakmatrix>maxcan: not sure but the app crashed at 235 MB
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18:40:22  <blakmatrix>thats very close to the max a drone can have
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18:43:37  <andyinabox>hello?
18:43:49  <yawnt>hai :)
18:43:55  <andyinabox>hi
18:43:56  <andyinabox>:)
18:44:15  <andyinabox>i have a question about logging
18:44:26  <yawnt>sure, ask ahead :)
18:45:00  <andyinabox>mainly, the handbook says the log level defaults to "info" -- but what are the other options?
18:45:21  <andyinabox>also how does this interface with console.log -- is it wealth the effort to install a custom logger?
18:45:41  <andyinabox>*worth the effort
18:45:59  <yawnt>i'd say it's good to install a custom logger
18:46:09  <yawnt>because it provides a finely tuned environment
18:46:29  <yawnt>like.. if you use winston.. you can choose to save the important stuff in a db, the less important stuff in a file, etc etc
18:46:32  <yawnt>it's cool
18:46:35  <yawnt>:D
18:46:37  <andyinabox>ah yes
18:46:38  <andyinabox>nice
18:47:00  <andyinabox>and so how would the jitsu log level setting interface with this?
18:47:12  <yawnt>you'd use winston
18:47:17  <yawnt>https://github.com/flatiron/winston
18:47:33  <yawnt>and use its various transport layers.. then just call it from your code
18:47:33  <andyinabox>ah ok and so it wouldn't make any difference
18:47:39  <andyinabox>ok
18:47:53  <yawnt>instead of console.log it'd be winston.log
18:47:54  <yawnt>:D
18:47:59  <andyinabox>got it
18:49:42  <andyinabox>and so, if i want to print to the jitsu console (the when accessible via the `jitsu logs` command) I would use winston.transports.Console
18:50:02  <andyinabox>*the one accessible
18:50:20  <andyinabox>cool
18:50:29  <yawnt>:)
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19:52:22  <st_luke>what's that site for demoing terminal stuff
19:53:24  <yawnt>ascii.io
19:53:31  <st_luke>was something else
19:53:34  <jesusabdullah>codestre.am
19:53:34  <jesusabdullah>?
19:53:45  <st_luke>jesusabdullah: that's it, thanks
19:54:06  <Sly>You can also use asci.io
19:54:16  <Sly>*ascii.io
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19:57:16  <Sly>Oh, nevermind. rofl.
19:57:21  <Sly>Didn't see yawnt said that before me.
19:57:29  <Sly>People blowing my phone up. Distracting as hell.
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19:59:30  <st_luke>ascii.io uses python
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19:59:39  <yawnt>st_luke: racist
19:59:41  <yawnt>:>
19:59:45  <Sly>lol
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20:01:27  <alucardX>hi
20:01:29  <Sly>tbh, I didn't even know about codestre.am.
20:01:33  <yawnt>hi alucardX
20:01:33  <Sly>Hello, alucardX.
20:01:48  <alucardX>hi guys :)
20:02:29  <Sly>RoFL
20:02:44  <Sly>That's probably why I've never heard of it. Typical of TJ to use something that can't be installed on -pre versions.
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20:04:00  <Sly>alucardX, did you need help with something, or were you just saying hey to everyone?
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20:05:19  <coderarity>hi
20:05:30  <Sly>Hey, coderarity.
20:05:31  <Sly>How are you today?
20:05:58  <coderarity>excellent
20:06:12  <coderarity>i've been able to stay awake for more than 4 hours, that's a good start
20:06:24  <yawnt>yeah man.. aim to 5.30h next
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20:15:49  <alucardX>Sly just saying hello, why?
20:16:03  <Sly>alucardX, I was just making sure we weren't ignoring you if you needed help.
20:16:37  <alucardX>ok, thanks :) I am a nodejitsu newbie ;)
20:16:59  <alucardX>but all of my test are working fine
20:17:10  <alucardX>this system is amazing
20:17:52  <Sly>I'm sure Nodejitsu appreciates the compliment. :P
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20:34:53  <Guest44466>hello
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20:49:20  <blakmatrix>guybrush: hi
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20:49:27  <blakmatrix>oops
20:49:38  <yawnt>he quit
20:50:14  <AvianFlu>QUITTER!
20:50:22  <yawnt>ALSO
20:50:26  <yawnt>WHERE'S coderarity
20:50:34  <coderarity>yeah, WHERE IS HE
20:50:35  <yawnt>coderarity: TURNS OUT YOUR BIRTHDAY IS ALSO CAPSLOCK DAY
20:50:39  <coderarity>REALLY?
20:50:40  <yawnt>HOW COOL IS THAT
20:50:40  <coderarity>omg!
20:50:57  <yawnt>CAPSLOCK DAY: JUNE 28 AND OCTOBER 22
20:54:20  <coderarity>wow
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20:54:33  <yawnt>so yeah
20:54:37  <coderarity>yep
20:54:38  <yawnt>no one's gonna say happy bday
20:54:39  <coderarity>also empirejs
20:54:43  <yawnt>because
20:54:45  <yawnt>CAPSLOCK
20:54:46  <yawnt>sry
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21:06:48  <strawdog>hey guys, do apps deployed with nodejitsu have write permissions? like say i want to query something from my database and then save it as a static file in the filesystem. can i do that? i ask because heroku is read only
21:07:02  <yawnt>strawdog: yes
21:07:15  <strawdog>awesome, thanks guys
21:07:15  <blakmatrix>yes you can right to your pp directory
21:07:23  <yawnt>strawdog: you're welcome :)
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21:49:26  <st_luke>FRIDAY
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21:56:13  <jmoyers>agree
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21:57:40  <luney>howdy, lets say i have http.createServer(options,function(req,res){ within that callback, how can i detect x-forwarded-proto is http and redirect to https ?
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22:01:29  <luney>hrm seems to be same as dotcloud
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22:07:56  <coderarity>luney: i mean, you basically just said it? just check x-forwarded-proto and redirect them
22:08:15  <luney>yea i know and the documentation says so
22:08:16  <coderarity>res.writeHead(301, {"Location": "https://
22:08:19  <luney>but what i needed to know
22:08:43  <luney>req.headers['x-forwarded-proto']
22:08:50  <luney>the path to that value!
22:09:13  <luney>thanks
22:09:16  <coderarity>the path?
22:09:42  <coderarity>req.headers["host"] you mean?
22:10:04  <luney>no i mean that the documentation says look for x-forwarded-proto
22:10:27  <coderarity>but you didn't know where that was?
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22:10:35  <luney>yes, where that was. the path
22:10:56  <luney>sooooo it was in http.createServer(options,function(req,res){ req.headers['x-forwarded-proto']
22:11:21  <luney>be nice to throw that example in the documentation
22:11:35  <luney>or a bettter one :-)
22:12:59  <coderarity>i'll check it out
22:14:27  <luney>is there an argument i can feed 'jitsu' to print out what files will be packaged?
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22:19:10  <jesusabdullah>luney: no, but I think you can run 'jitsu package create', or 'npm pack' for sure to get at the tarball
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22:22:48  <coderarity>tar -tf `npm pack`
22:23:35  <coderarity>luney: ^ one liner
22:26:25  <jesusabdullah>npm pack prints the location? Handy.
22:26:39  <jesusabdullah>isaac is one smart dude XD
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22:28:26  <jesusabdullah>I think I lost an M4 bolt :(
22:28:28  <jesusabdullah>er
22:28:32  <jesusabdullah>M4 lock nut
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22:29:06  <luney>coderarity: nice
22:30:13  <luney>https://gist.github.com/3842831
22:30:29  <luney>jitsu deploy error
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22:35:42  <coderarity>lol?
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22:36:09  <coderarity>luney: what node version?
22:36:26  <coderarity>luney: and jitsu version?
22:38:42  <dragon>Apparently "colors" library is missing.
22:38:50  <dragon>luney: npm i -g
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22:41:31  <luney>argh
22:41:45  <luney>something keeps wiping out my version from package.json
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22:42:17  <luney>npm i -g returns error: no version. fix. jitsu deploy - error, npm i -g returns error: no version
22:44:08  <luney>i see it
22:44:19  <luney>jitsu deploy is setting version to null
22:44:24  <luney>or reading it null
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22:55:36  <tauren>I'm using node-http-proxy and want to watch for a particular response header and rewrite it if necessary. Anyone here have suggestions on to do this?
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22:58:42  <st_luke>does anyone have an embarrassing nickname?
22:58:50  <blakmatrix>ferret
22:59:04  <coderarity>luney: i think you might have an invalid version number
22:59:15  <luney>0.0.1
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22:59:34  <luney>then run jitsu deploy and it comes up null in the prompt
22:59:39  <coderarity>luney: hmm, can I see your package.json?
23:00:58  <luney>https://gist.github.com/3842952
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23:08:33  <luney>jitsu deploy reads my version as null
23:08:38  <luney>prompts me to set it, i do
23:09:00  <luney>then pops up again with it null
23:09:25  <coderarity>what's the number you're putting in?
23:09:42  <coderarity>you've got to put in something above 0.1.0
23:09:53  <luney>k il try
23:09:53  <coderarity>that's the version that jitsu thinks you were last on
23:10:04  <luney>trying 0.2.0
23:10:15  <coderarity>alternatively you can try `jitsu destroy && jitsu deploy`
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23:12:28  <luney>ok good
23:12:32  <luney>destroying did the trick
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23:15:58  <coderarity>luney: cool
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23:26:59  <jesusabdullah>http://byfat.xxx/if-hemingway-wrote-javascript?repost=because-awesome-read this good if you have not seen it
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23:31:39  <luney>alrighty
23:31:45  <luney>should i be listening to a different port for ssl?
23:32:16  <luney>im doing createServer().listen(8080) and redirecting from x-forwarded-proto on http to https in the same function
23:32:32  <luney>websites pumping out An error has occurred: {"code":"ECONNRESET"}
23:35:55  <blakmatrix>8080 should be fine
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23:46:44  <luney>i took out the ssl certificate stuff
23:46:53  <luney>and did http.createServer instead of https.createServer
23:46:54  <luney>works
23:47:06  <luney>now, how do i get my ssl cert recognized for https?
23:47:59  <coderarity>your SSL certificate won't go through the balancers
23:48:04  <coderarity>we have to put them on the balancers manually
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23:48:53  <blakmatrix>luney:
23:49:00  <blakmatrix>what is your e-mail
23:49:05  <luney>yea?
23:49:14  <luney>pleaseshutup@gmail.com
23:49:26  <blakmatrix>srsly?
23:49:28  <blakmatrix>lol
23:49:30  <luney>the account im using
23:49:34  <blakmatrix>ok
23:49:36  <blakmatrix>haha
23:49:37  <luney>dan@coplete.com
23:49:53  <blakmatrix>i'm gonna send you info
23:50:01  <blakmatrix>which one do you want me to send at
23:50:10  <luney>do you need the email linked to the account im deploying? dan@coplete.com - my personal email is pleaseshutup@gmail.com
23:50:20  <luney>perfer pleaseshutup
23:50:23  <blakmatrix>ok
23:50:25  <blakmatrix>lol
23:50:28  <blakmatrix>sec
23:50:54  <luney>are you going to tell me that I cannot use SSL with https://coplete.com ?
23:51:16  <coderarity>no
23:51:48  <coderarity>if it wasn't possible i'd have just said it :D
23:51:51  <blakmatrix>luney: alright you should have recieved a ticket
23:52:04  <blakmatrix>just follow the directions there
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23:52:33  <luney>those files are upped with my app coplete/coplete
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23:54:26  <luney>blakmatrix: sent
23:55:13  <luney>now we play the waiting game
23:55:31  <RabidFire>hey guys
23:55:34  <blakmatrix>i hope thats all it is
23:55:51  <RabidFire>any recommendations for setting up a multistage deployment?
23:55:59  <RabidFire>should I create multiple apps, or … ?
23:56:07  <coderarity>yeah
23:56:32  <RabidFire>what about the package file?
23:57:09  <coderarity>use different package files on different git branches
23:57:24  <coderarity>like have a package.json for the develop branch, one for the master branch, etc
23:57:34  <RabidFire>hm, was afraid I'd have to do that
23:57:37  <coderarity>and then just change the name and subdomain in your develop branch
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23:58:05  <RabidFire>alright, thanks for the tip!
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