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03:09:52  <feross>nice! it's really slow on my 12" MacBook which has no gpu :)
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05:57:49  <mikolalysenko>that's expected then
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14:40:16  <mafintosh>feross: i though the onboard intel graphics card had a gpu?
14:47:15  <mafintosh>feross: i though the onboard intel graphics card had a gpu?
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16:00:26  <mikolalysenko>it might also have to do with the parameters in that demo being turned up insanely high
16:00:36  <mikolalysenko>I was using it as a stress to see how large a graph it could handle
16:00:53  <mikolalysenko>on my machine I can do a 256x256 grid-graph
16:01:01  <mikolalysenko>I'll revisit it and try turning it down a bit
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18:56:11  <feross>mafintosh: you're right. I just meant there's no discrete GPU like in a MacBook Pro or desktop machine
19:08:19  <noffle>super rough/alpha and I think only works properly on desktop chrom{e,ium}, but basic p2p text editing seems to work: http://hyperpad.io/?doc=hello_stackvm
19:08:35  <noffle>wrote most of it (hyper-string, etc) while on vacation last two weeks
19:09:23  <noffle>hyperlog backend, webrtc for all comms, simple textarea powered by hyper-textarea
19:09:57  <noffle>firefox seems to have some textarea quirks I'm still figuring out; haven't even touched mobile, or desktop safari
19:20:58  <jfhbrook>sindresorhus: what does https://github.com/sindresorhus/file-type do if you pass it something it can't identify? Are there cases where this gives false positives?
19:21:23  <jfhbrook>sindresorhus: thinking about integrating this with our media upload pipeline, which currently uses gm identify but doesn't cover video (which we're interested in)
19:26:48  <jfhbrook>the alternative is shelling out to one of those tools built for, like, forensic analysis or library science
19:27:00  <jfhbrook>many of which are written in java
19:43:00  <substack>jfhbrook: what about the `file` command?
19:44:24  <jfhbrook>hmm! I think I actually did stumble on something like that, but idk about the file command!
19:50:42  <jfhbrook>ah, yeah, I stumbled on libmagic which is what the file command ultimately uses
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19:59:06  <substack>there's a db somewhere in /usr/share
19:59:18  <substack>/usr/share/misc/magic
20:00:30  <substack>/usr/share/file/magic.mgc on my syste,
20:00:34  <substack>s/,$/m/
20:00:51  <substack>the man page for `magic` describes the file format
20:01:59  <jfhbrook>yeah
20:02:09  <jfhbrook>I wrote it down in my wiki page
20:07:45  <noffle>daviddias: o/ https://github.com/libp2p/interface-connection/issues/6
20:08:00  <noffle>think this is what's causing js-ipfs CI fails for the last while
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