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02:23:26  <maxogden>SubStack: if i know a numeric range, say 50 - 100
02:23:36  <maxogden>SubStack: and i wanted to map numbers from another numeric range into that numeric range
02:23:47  <maxogden>SubStack: e.g. 200 - 400
02:24:02  <maxogden>SubStack: transpose(250)
02:24:15  <maxogden>SubStack: (this is probably really trivial i am just thinking out loud)
02:24:16  <SubStack>the reals or the integers?
02:24:24  <maxogden>ints
02:24:28  <SubStack>do you want them to wrap around or get squeezed into place?
02:24:35  <maxogden>squeezed
02:24:44  <maxogden>(im hackin on tmpad)
02:26:38  <maxogden>this is kinda like that histogram algorithm
02:27:50  <SubStack>function (n) { return (n - 200) / (400 - 200) * (100 - 50) + 50 }
02:28:19  <SubStack>> [200,250,300,275,300,360,380,400].map(function (n) { return (n - 200) / (400 - 200) * (100 - 50) + 50 })
02:28:22  <SubStack>[ 50, 62.5, 75, 68.75, 75, 90, 95, 100 ]
02:28:36  <maxogden>sweeeet
02:28:37  <SubStack>oh and if you want the integers, Math.floor() the result
02:28:47  <SubStack>or Math.round()
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02:30:38  <SubStack>( •_•)>⌐■-■
02:30:41  <SubStack>(⌐■_■)
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02:50:11  <ryanseddon>SubStack: that is the greatest ascii art I have ever seen in my life...
02:50:27  <SubStack>hooray!
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03:39:57  <dominictarr>SubStack, you'll like this
03:39:58  <dominictarr>http://wcook.blogspot.com/2012/07/proposal-for-simplified-modern.html
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03:46:01  <maxogden>dominictarr: hey can you mebbe whip up an example of using mux-demux with an http server/client?
03:46:06  <maxogden>dominictarr: i tried to do it earlier and got confused
03:47:57  <dominictarr>maxogden, with plain http?
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03:48:07  <dominictarr>there is an example over tcp.
03:48:23  <maxogden>dominictarr: i can show you what i have so far... one minute
03:52:16  <maxogden>dominictarr: https://gist.github.com/3095611
03:52:59  <maxogden>i get "does not have stream:" error
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03:55:37  <dominictarr>maxogden, check mux-demux@1.0.1/example/http.js
03:55:42  <dominictarr>just pushed
03:56:34  <maxogden>sweeeet
03:57:27  <dominictarr>it's gotta be a POST otherwise request calls end()
03:57:56  <maxogden>yea and you have to write something before request will actually send a post too
03:57:57  <SubStack>\o/
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03:58:05  <maxogden>i was confused by https://github.com/dominictarr/mux-demux/blob/master/examples/http.js#L20
03:58:09  <maxogden>didnt get why you had to pipe it back to con
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03:58:58  <dominictarr>oh, because it's a write stream.
03:59:35  <dominictarr>mux-demux still ends information back, like if the stream is destroyed from the other end.
03:59:52  <dominictarr>also, pause and resume are sent
04:00:02  <dominictarr>so you need a duplex connection.
04:00:23  <dominictarr>also, it's easier to just remember to do it one way.
04:01:44  <dominictarr>maxogden, you've gotta pipe it before you create the stream.
04:02:16  <maxogden>wat
04:02:44  <dominictarr>sorry, that makes no sense
04:03:01  <dominictarr>https://gist.github.com/3095611#file_client.js
04:03:09  <dominictarr>line 6 should be after line 8
04:03:28  <maxogden>data shouldnt happen before nextTick though
04:03:40  <maxogden>so it doesnt matter, right?
04:04:03  <SubStack>dominictarr: I like the idea of declaring interface compatability instead of inheriting directly
04:04:23  <dominictarr>createWriteStream causes data to be written immediately
04:04:35  <maxogden>oh
04:04:38  <SubStack>inheritance in the likes of c++ tends to conflate declaring compatability with providing default implementations
04:04:52  <SubStack>which makes it hard to compose compatability even when it would be appropriate to do so
04:05:00  <dominictarr>it's easier to test if it's sync.
04:05:57  <dominictarr>yeah, and in like java, you have to declare what interfaces your are implementing
04:06:26  <SubStack>perl userspace object systems have this neat idea called roles
04:06:39  <SubStack>and those made their way into perl6 as first class primitives
04:06:52  <dominictarr>go is good, you write explicit interfaces, but you don't declare what interface you implement
04:06:56  <dominictarr>so they can be written after the fact.
04:07:11  <dominictarr>what a role?
04:07:32  <SubStack>a role just declares what sorts of behaviors an object supports
04:07:56  <SubStack>like an interface except you can compose multiple roles on the same object and the roles don't define much about how the behaviors work
04:08:22  <dominictarr>maxogden, https://github.com/dominictarr/pause-stream
04:08:42  <SubStack>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Role-oriented_programming
04:09:00  <dominictarr>click
04:10:18  <SubStack>or here's how they are specificicaly implemented in perl with moose http://search.cpan.org/~doy/Moose-2.0603/lib/Moose/Manual/Roles.pod
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04:16:12  <maxogden>role playing!
04:16:14  <maxogden>node-larp
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05:53:28  <jesusabdullah>SubStack: Add a computer, some relays and some arduinos and you're set
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05:59:09  <SubStack>haha yes
06:03:34  <jesusabdullah>program it with chrome and node all kiosk-like
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08:27:28  <jesusabdullah>SubStack: https://github.com/substack/node-optimist/issues/63 Mostly a question of what the api should look like. It doesn't look hard to actually make a code fix for this one.
08:29:38  <SubStack>doesn't the string coercion fix it?
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08:39:39  <jesusabdullah>string coercion?
08:39:51  <jesusabdullah>Oh, no, cause you lose the base
08:40:06  <jesusabdullah>we have no way of knowing if it was base 10 or base 16 or base 8 coming in
08:40:39  <jesusabdullah>I'm hitting the hay
08:40:53  <jesusabdullah>Like I said, I suspect that if you suggest an api for that, I can implement it
08:40:56  <jesusabdullah>anyway, zZz
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10:20:51  <SubStack>https://github.com/substack/node-confuse
10:21:19  <SubStack>earlier: http://github.com/substack/node-parents
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18:40:31  <devaholic>github profiles keep switching templates o.o
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19:57:02  <tanepiper>anyone know of a streaming mongodb client?
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19:58:11  <tanepiper>oh mongoose does it now
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19:59:01  <tanepiper>oh actually mongodb-driver does it \o/
20:11:59  <ik> |
20:12:08  <ik>yikes
20:12:11  <tanepiper>http://pastebin.com/2D6bHGTa >.<
20:12:29  <tanepiper>1 letter passwords FFS
20:27:09  <SubStack>I just corrected a scientific fact from a science museum over twitter you guys
20:27:49  <SubStack>BEATING THEM AT THEIR OWN GAME. THE GAME OF SCIENCE.
20:27:49  <LOUDBOT>PERSONALLY
20:29:01  <maxogden>you really showed them!
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20:32:25  <onin23>hi SubStack, do we have an update on openWindow()? Thanks.
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20:37:37  <st_luke>he's busy owning SCIENCE
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20:42:40  <SubStack>onin23: openWindow?
20:42:52  <SubStack>createWindow() you mean? it works
20:43:18  <onin23>yep, sorry.
20:43:55  <onin23>i've just tested it now, i'm still getting the -> curl: (18) transfer closed with outstanding read data remaining, error
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20:45:21  <SubStack>does it happen right away or after waiting a while?
20:45:33  <SubStack>because that error happens when the test times out
20:45:59  <SubStack>so your test could just not be getting to the state where it calls t.end()
20:46:27  <SubStack>also mind gisting your test someplace?
20:46:31  <SubStack>I'll take a look at it
20:46:42  <onin23>it happends after waiting for a while
20:49:13  <SubStack>ah so that's probably just because t.end() isn't firing
20:49:40  <SubStack>I usually throw down some t.log()s to figure out where my test is hanging up at
20:50:41  <onin23>this is the sample script i'm using. -> http://pastie.org/4246030
20:51:05  <onin23>and it's pretty basic right?
20:55:15  <SubStack>seems so!
20:56:38  <SubStack>onin23: it works for me!
20:57:10  <pkrumins>hrm
20:57:11  <SubStack>https://gist.github.com/3100961
20:57:40  <SubStack>onin23: which browser are you using?
20:57:48  <pkrumins>this should have been the first question
20:57:54  <SubStack>aha yeah
20:58:05  <onin23>firefix/9.0
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20:58:16  <SubStack>strange let me check the firefoxes
20:58:23  <pkrumins>onin23: t.createWindow works only in IE9, Safari, and some Firefox versions at the moment.
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20:59:02  <onin23>this is the command i've used -> curl -u user@email.com:passwd -sSNT test.js testling.com/?browsers=firefox/9.0
20:59:20  <pkrumins>maybe t.createWindow doesn't work in Firefox 9.
20:59:41  <pkrumins>SubStack is trying the firefox versions so we'll find out soon
20:59:50  <SubStack>onin23: try firefox/11.0
21:00:00  <onin23>ok
21:00:15  <SubStack>actually all the firefoxes work now!
21:00:28  <SubStack>pkrumins: it seems to just be a bug with the firefoxes not killing correctly
21:00:38  <SubStack>because I closed the firefoxes and then it worked again
21:01:09  <pkrumins>oh that bug
21:01:12  <SubStack>hmmm it looks hung again
21:01:14  <onin23>i've just run the command again with ff11.0
21:01:19  <SubStack>onin23: try again
21:01:32  <SubStack>I just closed firefox manually since it was just hung
21:01:51  <SubStack>whoa odd, it's just hung!
21:01:57  <onin23>i've rerun. again.
21:02:18  <SubStack>yeah I re-ran too
21:02:23  <SubStack>so I think there is a race condition actually
21:02:31  <SubStack>the stream is probably closing before the end message gets sent
21:03:36  <SubStack>ok I've just run the test a few times in a row and it went through fine
21:03:40  <SubStack>but I had some log statements in there
21:05:37  <onin23>are you seeing the requests i've made from your end when i run the script here on my end?
21:05:49  <SubStack>I had the windows desktop opened up with rdesktop
21:06:10  <SubStack>so I see the firefox instance pop up
21:06:42  <SubStack>so it seems to be an issue with too many firefox instances alive
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21:07:12  <SubStack>pkrumins: I bet when there are too many firefox instances it hits the firefox concurrent connections limit
21:07:22  <onin23>ok, but i didn't get the .log() result.
21:07:44  <SubStack>onin23: probably because I was killing some tests
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21:33:07  <maxogden>www.howtousecallbacks.com
21:33:39  <maxogden>or maybe just www.usecallbacks.com
21:34:12  <maxogden>callbackhell.com
21:34:14  <maxogden>haha
21:34:28  <maxogden>BOUGHT IT
21:34:28  <LOUDBOT>CANADA: AMERICA'S HAT
21:36:48  <chapel>maxogden: :)
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21:47:56  <SubStack>onin23: we have a fix in place, seems to be working much more smoothly now!
21:48:13  <onin23>ok, i'll try it out.
21:48:30  <SubStack>whoa I see your test hanging still!
21:48:42  <SubStack>which version of firefox is that?
21:48:48  <onin23>11.0
21:49:02  <SubStack>odd I was just testing on 11
21:49:20  <SubStack>can you paste the curl command you're using, ommitting your password of course?
21:49:51  <onin23>curl -u abc@email.com:test -sSNT test.js testling.com/?browsers=firefox/11.0
21:50:07  <SubStack>odd, that's exactly what I'm doing!
21:50:24  <SubStack>aha I see the browser killer is in the bad state again
21:50:26  <onin23>i still got the curl(1*) error.
21:50:33  <onin23>i still got the curl(18) error.
21:55:11  <SubStack>we're investigating
21:57:05  <st_luke>mikeal: replicate worked awesomely
21:57:36  <rowbit>SubStack, pkrumins: These encoders are STILL down: 50.57.226.209(free4)
21:58:50  <rowbit>Hourly usage stats: []
22:01:51  <mikeal>nice
22:08:09  <rowbit>SubStack, pkrumins: Developers waiting in the queue for ie9 (Queue length: 1 on 1 servers. Total servers: 5)
22:09:36  <rowbit>SubStack, pkrumins: Developers waiting in the queue for ie8 (Queue length: 1 on 1 servers. Total servers: 3)
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23:18:45  <chapel>jesusabdullah: could you help me translate a calculation into code?
23:30:41  <jesusabdullah>chapel: Maybe. What calculation?
23:34:10  <chapel>http://blog.linkibol.com/resource/linkibol.PNG
23:34:42  <chapel>I didn't go very far in math, so I've kind of ignored calculations
23:35:12  <chapel>I know its fairly simple logic there, but I am not sure what some things translate
23:35:22  <chapel>like in the case of nvotes(x)
23:35:34  <chapel>uses k and i
23:36:04  <chapel>http://blog.linkibol.com/2010/05/07/how-to-build-a-popularity-algorithm-you-can-be-proud-of/ fyi
23:36:47  <chapel>delta is the difference right?
23:37:21  <chapel>if you can't be arsed let me know, I won't mind
23:49:07  <chapel>jesusabdullah: nevermind :) thanks though
23:49:51  <jesusabdullah>chapel: Sorry, was deploying test apps
23:50:10  <jesusabdullah>chapel: Ah, I see. Notation questions.
23:50:12  <chapel>np, I understand
23:50:32  <jesusabdullah>yeah, i, j, k, l, m and n are all indices
23:51:15  <jesusabdullah>their notation looks fucked here though
23:51:29  <jesusabdullah>like, they're doing fxn calls when they should be using subs
23:51:36  <rowbit>SubStack, pkrumins: Developers waiting in the queue for ie8 (Queue length: 1 on 1 servers. Total servers: 3)
23:51:50  <chapel>yeah
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23:57:36  <rowbit>SubStack, pkrumins: These encoders are STILL down: 50.57.226.209(free4)
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