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00:52:54  <dominictarr>jesusabdullah: I had implemented *.domains shortly after i redid the balancer, but it didn't get annouced because I left just after.
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01:57:03  <jesusabdullah>dominictarr: Ah.
01:57:07  <SubStack>pow
01:57:20  <SubStack>that meeting went awesomely well
01:57:28  <jesusabdullah>dominictarr: The balancer's gone through a few refactors. The code's probs still there but who knows? >_<
01:57:31  <jesusabdullah>SubStack: word
01:57:48  <SubStack>hopefully we can close the deal by the end of the week ^_^
01:58:02  <dominictarr>SubStack: congratulations.
01:58:21  <SubStack>they really get the value proposition of testling and continuous testing
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01:59:04  <dominictarr>jesusabdullah: I'm guessing you just replaced my config stuff and dependency injection with flatiron, but left in the streaming from couch/_changes and inmemory store.
01:59:12  <dominictarr>which where the important bits.
01:59:20  <dominictarr>or maybe you use redis now.
01:59:31  <jesusabdullah>ITS PROPRIETARY I CANT TELL YOU
01:59:31  <LOUDBOT>I AM WILLING TO BE GAY AT LOW, LOW PRICES
01:59:38  <jesusabdullah>but, I mean, we're not that unpredictable
01:59:56  * SubStackis in sunnyvale by the way
02:00:12  <jesusabdullah>Who are you working for now these days dominic?
02:00:24  <dominictarr>I can still see how a lot of how the architecture has (or hasn't changed) by reading jitsu.
02:00:27  <SubStack>biked right past the reality distortion field at 1 infinite loop
02:00:46  <SubStack>since the place I was headed to was on the same street
02:00:59  <dominictarr>jesusabdullah: no one. just hacking on stuff.
02:01:51  <dominictarr>working on multiuser data model stuff, collaborating with bnoguchi and nateps on thier racer.
02:02:24  <dominictarr>will be looking for some more contracting soon I think though.
02:03:11  <jesusabdullah>ah
02:03:13  <jesusabdullah>best of luck
02:03:14  <dominictarr>if you know anyone who is looking?
02:03:27  <jesusabdullah>well, we are, but I think you might've burned that bridge
02:03:57  <guybrush>racer looks very cool!
02:04:16  <SubStack>dominictarr: the folks I met today are looking for nodejs contracters
02:04:46  <dominictarr>what did you think of them?
02:04:51  <dominictarr>where they smart?
02:04:57  <SubStack>pretty smart yeah
02:05:15  <SubStack>and they do a ton of testing
02:05:21  <SubStack>their product is super enterprisey though
02:05:27  <dominictarr>jesusabdullah: haha, can't reclaim former glory anyway.
02:05:40  <jesusabdullah>former glory, huh?
02:05:43  <dominictarr>whats the product?
02:05:58  <SubStack>http://ensighten.com/
02:08:35  <dominictarr>WTF do they mean by 'tag', specifically?
02:09:52  <SubStack>they wrote a tool that lets giant corporations embed and aggregate stuff like a/b tests, analytics trackers, advertising
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02:10:51  <dominictarr>oh, so they stick in a pixel that gets requested and then they have analytics on that stuff?
02:11:10  <SubStack>well they have their clients put a script tag in the page
02:11:28  <SubStack>and then I guess clients can use a web ui to add and remove widgets for doing lots of things
02:12:24  <dominictarr>oh, so they are talking about managing HTML TAGS?
02:12:41  <SubStack>yeah it's pretty crazy
02:13:00  <SubStack>that something like that would be so hard for enterprisey places to do
02:13:13  <dominictarr>so, basically, it's kinda a cms
02:13:41  <dominictarr>it's kinda like chrome tab, but for the client.
02:13:53  <st_luke>nice, congrats
02:14:07  <SubStack>I think it's more a way to let corporate sites do an end-run around their IT department since those are really bureaucratic in big coprs
02:14:51  <dominictarr>that is pretty damn funny.
02:17:02  <dominictarr>thats the kind of enterprise product I can dig on a deeply ironic level.
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02:18:32  <dominictarr>SubStack: how many people work there?
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02:19:52  <SubStack>there were maybe 10 people in the office when I showed up
02:20:01  <SubStack>not sure how many they have total though
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02:44:03  <dools>"tags" is a weird word for it
02:44:29  <dools>i was like "what the fuck is a tag" but they're talking about managing the multitude of javascript snippets you get from various web services these days right?
02:44:47  <dools>like google analytics, springmetrics, adroll blah blah
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03:52:22  <maxogden>SubStack: trying to open https://github.com/substack/http-browserify/tree/master/example kills my text editor cause of the symlinks
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04:41:14  <jesusabdullah>YOU're in east san jose!
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06:46:35  <niftylettuce>Wow, so it's going to cost at minimal $600 to fly from State College to SFO
06:46:44  <niftylettuce>which means $200 for hotel or airbnb, ughh
06:47:54  <maxogden>or $0 for couches in oakland
06:52:14  <chapel>thats what I was thinking
06:52:19  <chapel>plenty of couches to surf there
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08:27:19  <niftylettuce>if i wear my OaklandJS shirt I wonder if I can crash somewhere
08:27:23  <niftylettuce>for that alone! :D
08:27:42  <jesusabdullah>I'm sure you could crash here
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08:43:36  <niftylettuce>jesusabdullah: that would be cool, i'm flying in the 27th and leaving the night of the 28th or the 29th
08:48:46  <niftylettuce>they only cover $800 and from where I'm at a flight alone is $600+ round trip
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09:30:49  <SubStack>niftylettuce: yc?
09:34:03  <niftylettuce>SubStack: YCombinator yeah, they invited me to interview today
09:34:13  <niftylettuce>so id head out in 2 weeks
09:39:27  <SubStack>wowsy
09:39:34  <SubStack>yep you can stay in oak city if you like!
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10:20:38  <niftylettuce>nice, I've never flown by myself before so taking a trip clear to the west coast should be interesting
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14:35:37  <rook2pawn>wow, thats awesome niftylettuce :D
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18:45:53  <Raynos>mikeal: can you document taco more better? taco looks like a good alternative to connect but it's missing docs
18:46:46  <mikeal>tako
18:46:57  <mikeal>it'll get more docs as we work on it more
18:47:01  <mikeal>it's still very young
18:47:22  <mikeal>my thoughts on it right now are that if you can't use it by the docs that are there and reading the code then you should stay away from it
18:47:35  <mikeal>until it's had more time to mature
18:47:49  <mikeal>i don't want the docs to reflect a greater level of maturity than the code base :)
18:50:40  <isaacs>Raynos: mikeal does not practice documentation-driven development ;P
18:50:59  <isaacs>which is probably wise until at least the vision is somewhat matured
18:51:06  <Raynos>mikeal: an example is you have this template thing in your code
18:51:13  <Raynos>I couldn't find any example or test that used the template stuff
18:52:00  <Raynos>mikeal: I'm off the school of thought that you should always have docs, and having docs should not be a notification of "this is mature and won't break". your entitled to change the API dramatically
18:52:16  <mikeal>right, that template thing is subject to change without notice :)
18:52:26  <Raynos>mikeal: Also I can't be assed to spend 4 hours reading the source code to understand the entire thing, I'd rather you give me the howto guide on a silver platter
18:52:42  <mikeal>i'll have something like that once it's matured
18:52:53  <mikeal>for now, i really just need better docs for request
18:52:59  <mikeal>because it is much more mature than the documentation
18:53:12  <Raynos>mikeal: That's true, you should focus on request instead :P
18:53:23  <Raynos>try screencasts o/
18:55:00  <Raynos>mikeal: Also realize that some people are afraid of "reading the source" to understand code, taco isn't far behind ( https://github.com/creationix/creationix ) in terms of putting me of trying it due to lack of instructions
18:56:38  <Raynos>Also why do people equate "this has documentation" with "I cant change the API abruptly"
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19:02:16  <maxogden>isaacs: mind proofreading http://substance.io/maxogden/node-streams ? i made some guesses
19:04:16  <isaacs>maxogden: i can't wait to reply to this pointing out all the ways in which this is in fact a very Grimy bit of node, and how much work we are going to do on it in 0.9 :)
19:04:34  <maxogden>i intentionally left out the Ending Streams section
19:05:10  <maxogden>but thats a good point, i should add a bit about whats coming
19:05:12  <isaacs>maxogden: "While paused a readable stream won't emit data events and will instead be buffering them until resume is called, at which point those data events will be emitted."
19:05:13  <st_luke>substance is nice
19:05:16  <isaacs>maxogden: that's not strictly true
19:05:35  <isaacs>maxogden: generally, if you get data events while paused, it's because the stream *doesn't* buffer anything
19:05:41  <isaacs>lunch time. bbiab
19:11:57  <maxogden>isaacs: oh i was describing the idealistic pause that mikeal wants
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19:35:18  <guybrush>4 more modules to 9k packages!
19:39:21  <maxogden>isaacs: ok revised some bits http://substance.io/maxogden/node-streams
19:39:30  <maxogden>isaacs: oh yea and added a stream.next section
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19:58:58  <guybrush>9001!!1!1!!11
20:10:48  <isaacs>it's not over 9000 yet.
20:10:52  <isaacs>what are you guys talking about?
20:11:03  <guybrush>lol
20:11:17  <guybrush>you deleted some isaacs? it seems so :p
20:13:58  <isaacs>$ npm search | wc -l
20:13:58  <isaacs>npm WARN Building the local index for the first time, please be patient
20:13:58  <isaacs>npm http GET https://registry.npmjs.org/-/all
20:13:59  <isaacs>npm http 200 https://registry.npmjs.org/-/all
20:14:01  <isaacs> 8994
20:16:27  <guybrush>should have made a screenshot, it said 9001 total packages on npmjs.org (one was named 9000)
20:17:16  <isaacs>guybrush: haha
20:20:27  <coffeecup_>3 to go!
20:25:11  <pkrumins>exciting!
20:30:16  <isaacs>maxogden: article looks good to me
20:31:10  <isaacs>maxogden: "Since end() and destroySoon() mostly do the same thing" Nooooo!!!
20:31:20  <isaacs>maxogden: end() shuts down my end, but leaves it in half-duplex mode.
20:31:32  <isaacs>maxogden: destroySoon() is "Once my bits are flushed, destroy()"
20:31:46  <isaacs>maxogden: both are destructive.
20:32:15  <isaacs>maxogden: the "close" event means "whatever this thing was tied to, it's done now. you may dispose of it, it's gone."
20:32:29  <isaacs>maxogden: which is fs.close() for a file system, but could mean other things in other cases.
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20:52:44  <isaacs>maxogden: https://github.com/isaacs/semicolons
20:54:15  <coffeecup_>http://youtu.be/YV15_olkee0#t=4s
20:54:24  <st_luke>isaacs: ha
20:56:10  <chapel>isaacs: you might enjoy this http://www.goodreads.com/quotes/show/17178
20:56:45  <isaacs>chapel: nice :)
20:57:09  <chapel>was linked in another channel re: the semicolon debate
20:57:24  <chapel>from someone who doesn't like your npm style :P
20:57:35  <isaacs>chapel: haha
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22:58:26  <pkrumins>published a fun article called "A proof that Unix utility "sed" is Turing complete" http://www.catonmat.net/blog/proof-that-sed-is-turing-complete/
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23:38:55  <SubStack>haha https://twitter.com/#!/DBZNappa
23:39:07  <SubStack>somebody wrote a bot to auto-reply when people say over 9000
23:39:58  <SubStack>and away I go
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