The hackernews comments are not entirely terrible! 🕺
Not entirely terrible but of course a lot of "what about OpenID Connect" and "OAuth2 is not secure enough"..
cool, I hope webmention receiving is coming!!
(i wrote this reply about the storage stuff)
Awesome! I store everything as microformats2 json, even configuration and such. I kinda went overboard with the storage system though: all nested objects (like replies) are extracted into their own entries and querying has to reassemble the object, looking up any nested object by url :D This is not very fast...
"All our CPUs" is inaccurate. Most people have older CPUs, and AMD Ryzen are the best selling CPUs this year…
It's interesting that you're already doing versions/releases already! Sweetroll is 3.5 years old, still version 0.0.0 :D
Looking forward to your implementation of replies and stuff.
wow, no particular reason? Not all the zsh features? I've been looking into new hipster shells (ion, xonsh, elvish…) but none of them can fully match the power of my zsh setup yet :D
wow, 10 hours… I mean, I've seen a 24 hour stream of Sonic '06 :D but that's still a lot
hi! do you receive webmentions? :)
I've seen cards with orange edges (in Russia) :D
Yeah, talkind about "real" and "not real" programming is weird and kinda pointless. CSS is a domain-specific declarative programming language. You can't practically write general programs in CSS, but that doesn't make it "not real".
Welcome to the webmention world :D
It should be pretty much the same as any other interpreter… What was difficult in particular?
It works! Webmention, that is. I didn't even notice that the post is about Micropub, not Webmention :D
h-entry doesn't have
Nice. I do that as well, but with WebP only (WebP's header is smaller than JPEG, I remember that Facebook article about their app reconstructing the JPEG header…).
So WebP-supporting browsers get the tiny base64 preview and the full image loading over it, and JPEG-only browsers get a progressive JPEG (mozjpeg-optimized), with the image's dominant color as the background before the JPEG even starts loading.
There was an attempt already, did everyone forget? :D
Polymer still relies on Bower for now. I think PureScript too. Bower actually doesn't need new features or anything, it's already complete :)