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2019-07-09

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2019-05-31

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2019-05-27

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2019-04-13

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2019-03-09

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2018-11-07

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2018-07-23

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2018-07-20

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2018-07-11

[16:44:38] raggi: Ah camping
[16:44:51] raggi: It's been a long long time now
[16:45:15] raggi: ACTION reminiscing about redhanded
[16:46:06] raggi: I haven't read code from a flashing gif in too many years
[16:46:15] raggi: I'm working on Fuchsia
[16:49:25] raggi: It's fun, also a lot of work :-)
[16:49:53] raggi: I built mruby for it, and it works
[16:50:32] raggi: Not using it for anything atm, but was considering using it for some repl stuff for introspection / exploration tools
[16:51:11] raggi: What are you up to these days?
[16:55:11] raggi: Yeah I hear that
[16:55:52] raggi: Working on an OS basically doubled my to-do list instantly, but I at least can get a bunch done by teams now
[16:57:06] raggi: Rust is pretty interesting, but also hard work in some areas
[16:57:27] raggi: mgraf: why?
[16:59:13] raggi: mgraf: did you read that article?
[17:00:00] raggi: It's a story about how and why they did, and how it is fine
[17:09:22] raggi: I once accidentally wrote a DB for a trading platform, in ruby no less
[17:10:08] raggi: Accidentally because I wrote the ruby version as an experiment to get a rough minimum baseline for latency and write throughput while we were evaluating other storage solutions
[17:10:29] raggi: And for various reasons it was about an order of magnitude faster at the primary taks
[17:11:01] raggi: So, fast forward a few months and it had a journal and read repair and a few other such bits
[17:43:33] raggi: https://viewsourcecode.org/why/redhanded/bits/theHeartOfTryRuby.html ah time travel
[17:43:49] raggi: I'm so glad this is still on the interwebs

2018-06-20

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2013-01-13

[20:03:09] raggi: all, can any of you think of any http auth rack plugins beside omniauth?
[20:04:46] raggi: telagraphic: i don't think i understand your question
[20:04:51] raggi: telagraphic: the answer is probably no
[20:05:09] raggi: tubbo: it is, but it relies on rack stuff pretty heavily
[20:05:27] raggi: i don't know which of the other rails auth systems do their own work
[20:05:58] raggi: ah warden
[20:06:00] raggi: i shoul dcheck that
[20:06:53] raggi: tubbo: yeah, anything like that i need to checkout
[20:07:11] raggi: i ahve to release some breaking api changes for a dos report we just had
[20:07:23] raggi: and i don't want to do it without giving the larger user groups a heads up
[20:07:34] raggi: (and if possible, prevent them from breaking)
[20:07:56] raggi: telagraphic: originally, rack was based on a mix of the http and cgi spec
[20:08:26] raggi: telagraphic: and it was designed to solve the issue of the fact that we had a plethora of new web frameworks and web servers all being released at the same time, all wiht their own apis for integration
[20:09:04] raggi: telagraphic: it was originalyl also supposed to be quite ergonomic for human users too, but that's less important these days
[20:09:09] raggi: telagraphic: you already use it