00:31:00  <isaacs>JasonSmith: did you find http://nodejs.org/industry-gen/.git/?
00:31:04  <isaacs>git clone http://nodejs.org/industry-gen/.git
00:31:24  <JasonSmith>isaacs: nice
00:32:28  <isaacs>JasonSmith: i haven't gotten around to getting the lawyers to do lawyer stuff to my bogus amateurish legalese
00:32:36  <isaacs>JasonSmith: which is the only reason that's not up on github :)
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16:36:26  <isaacs>JasonSmith: Hey, some folks are reporting some timeouts and slowness. everything ok?
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19:05:25  <isaacs>I'm getting a few socket hangups as well
19:05:26  <JasonSmith>isaacs: No, it is crashing every like 20 minutes. I have it on a restart cycle while I troubleshoot
19:05:35  <JasonSmith>yeah
19:05:37  <JasonSmith>working on it
19:05:40  <isaacs>kewl
19:05:40  <isaacs>thanks
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23:56:53  <JasonSmith>isaacs: What is the priority of moving attachments out of the couch?
23:57:32  <JasonSmith>I have a proof of concept where attachments are stored in Dropbox instead, and as you add or change them, they are reflected in dropbox. (You can download them via dl.dropbox)
23:57:37  <JasonSmith>FYI
23:58:08  <JasonSmith>My goal is to expand support to other filesystems like s3 or the moral equivalent of s3
23:58:20  <isaacs>JasonSmith: it's not on my radar
23:58:27  <JasonSmith>isaacs: yeah ok
23:58:45  <isaacs>JasonSmith: if i do it, it'll be on the thing joyent does, if/when that becomes ready for prime time
23:58:57  <isaacs>but the website and v0.8 are consuming 200% of my cpu right now
23:58:57  <JasonSmith>Oh I thought that was top secret :)
23:59:04  <JasonSmith>no doubt
23:59:13  <isaacs>oh, i mean, if joyent were doing such a thing which they may or may not be doing, maybe now or not ever.
23:59:28  <JasonSmith>We actually chose our pricing system based largely on npm experience. Serving a 5MB attachment has the same costs as serving a 5kb doc
23:59:40  <isaacs>interesting