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00:46:21  <jesusabdullah>hahaha
00:46:28  <jesusabdullah>isaacs: I getcha XD
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01:25:57  <ryan_stevens1>POW! GOT ME SOME OAKLANDJS GEAR
01:25:57  <LOUDBOT>OH GOD I PASTED A CONFIG OPTION
01:26:29  <SubStack>oh sweet!
01:26:32  <SubStack>up to 59 I see
01:27:11  <chapel>can't wait to get mine
01:27:28  <chapel>SubStack: are you ever going to do the turtle one again?
01:27:35  <chapel>turtle/node.js
01:27:45  <chapel>now that wiwillia hooked me up with a 5x
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01:29:41  <ryan_stevens1>Pretty sure I'm going to Dtrace.conf. 30% because I couldn't get a ticket to JSConf, 30% I think Dtrace is sweet, 40% because of the sweet shirt http://wiki.smartos.org/download/attachments/754347/Screen+shot+2012-02-29+at+9.57.30+AM.png?version=1&modificationDate=1330538302350
01:29:49  <SubStack>yep!
01:30:04  <SubStack>have you used dtrace for things?
01:30:14  <SubStack>I haven't but I've heard smart people talk about it at length
01:30:23  <ryan_stevens1>nah, but I really want to get into it. I enjoyed talking to Dave @ joyent about it
01:30:31  <ryan_stevens1>at that rackspace thingy
01:30:47  <SubStack>yep it looks nifty
01:30:47  <ryan_stevens1>and it seems like the best profiling tool for node right now
01:31:10  <ryan_stevens1>I was actually thinking just today that it would be cool to take DTrace output and heat map it
01:31:14  <ryan_stevens1>kinda like your knockout project
01:31:49  <jesusabdullah>Yeah
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01:49:26  <SubStack>just got register() based allocation working alongside the old code
01:49:29  <SubStack>yay
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02:52:35  <ryan_stevens1>anyone going (or at) the JS Club meeting tonight?
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03:00:23  <jesusabdullah>we were going to try having one but marak sounded pretty sick
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03:01:23  <dominic_>hey substack!
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03:07:28  <SubStack>dominic_: ahoy!
03:08:20  <dominic_>I was about to ask you about posting my oak.js shirt, but then I realised that they did infact have international shipping.
03:09:15  <SubStack>yep just added it I think
03:09:45  <dominic_>yup, and it just magically works off my palpal address.
03:10:07  <dominic_>I didn't have to fill out any forms after signing into paypal.
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03:10:56  <SubStack>sweet
03:13:28  <dominic_>hang on, brb.
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03:44:20  <jesusabdullah>SubStack: I was looking for a gist of yours and one thing led to another and https://gist.github.com/1990800
03:44:31  <jesusabdullah>I dig this mini-repl.
03:58:06  <SubStack>excellent
03:58:37  <jesusabdullah>Now you'll never accidentally apply for a crappy job again!
03:58:48  <jesusabdullah>Just copy paste your email into the handy-dandy REPL and get CUSTOMIZED REPORTS!
04:00:13  <jesusabdullah>I need a nice way to make a module somehow rlwrap itself
04:04:40  <SubStack>finished fleet exec!
04:04:52  <SubStack>now I'll write some tests for fleet
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04:10:42  <SubStack>mikeal: fleet exec just landed
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04:21:47  <mikeal>fuq ya
04:21:48  <mikeal>OH
04:21:53  <mikeal>i thought of another thing i want :)
04:22:02  <mikeal>fleet release #pid
04:22:09  <mikeal>meaning, stop respawning this pid
04:22:22  <mikeal>so if i have a way to call a service on it that will let it close cleanly
04:22:25  <mikeal>don't bring it back up
04:23:59  <niftylettuce>howdy
04:28:47  <SubStack>that would be handy
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06:30:35  <SubStack>whoa shit, people have already written modules that depend on fleet and bouncy
06:30:41  <SubStack>so awesome
06:31:21  <SubStack>hahaha as of 5 hours ago
06:31:48  <SubStack>https://github.com/bradleyg/flotilla
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06:48:20  <chapel>SubStack: do you have discovery setup?
06:48:32  <chapel>you could use continuous hashing similar to how voxer does
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06:48:50  <chapel>so as long as you have one machine up, any others can find, and coordinate
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06:52:53  <SubStack>chapel: the workers all connect to seaport to register their services
06:53:05  <chapel>sure
06:53:08  <chapel>but if seaport is down
06:53:16  <chapel>then the workers are unable to do anything
06:53:20  <chapel>single point of failure
06:53:45  <SubStack>multi-availability seaport services are coming
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06:54:24  <SubStack>:D
06:55:24  <chapel>good stuff
06:55:31  <chapel>well keep at it, like seeing what you are doing
06:55:38  <chapel>though I won't be using it, its useful
06:55:42  <SubStack>I'm thinking of writing a module that sits on top of upnode
06:55:45  <SubStack>for multi-availability
06:55:46  <chapel>propagit though, probably will use that
06:56:13  <SubStack>fleet is just some commands sitting on top of propagit
06:56:48  <SubStack>but the point of all this tech is that you can pick and choose and do crazy experiments!
07:01:41  <chapel>yep
07:02:03  <chapel>I am going to use propagit with dreadnot, so I can do heroku style deploys through dreadnot :)
07:03:11  <SubStack>crazy!
07:03:18  <chapel>not that crazy
07:03:20  <chapel>but useful
07:03:22  <SubStack>I don't like the heroku way of doing deploys personally
07:03:23  <chapel>and should be fun
07:03:29  <chapel>I like push button
07:03:31  <chapel>but it isn't for me :)
07:03:40  <SubStack>I think `git push` should be decoupled from running services
07:03:50  <SubStack>because git repos to processes aren't 1:1
07:04:35  <chapel>well the way heroku does it, you are effectively just giving them a copy of the repo, and with your deployment strategy they use to actually build your deployment and deploy it
07:05:08  <SubStack>deployment strategy?
07:06:37  <chapel>umm, like what version of node, if you need custom stuff for npm I think
07:06:46  <chapel>Im not really that versed in it
07:07:10  <SubStack>it should just work to check in node_modules and `npm rebuild` for binary libs
07:07:28  <SubStack>and if you want custom node versions you can run scripts with nave
07:08:12  <chapel>saying for heroku itself
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09:48:26  <SubStack>http://substack.net/images/saucer_pending.gif
10:14:57  <rowbit>/!\ ATTENTION: (default-local) [email protected] successfully signed up for developer browserling plan ($20). Cash money! /!\
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10:16:10  <SubStack>:D :D :D
10:19:22  <SubStack>wow insane, our #1 referer on analytics is twitter's t.co
10:19:33  <SubStack>followed by catonmat and facebook
10:19:43  <SubStack>so organic
10:20:13  <SubStack>well including search it goes twitter, google, catonmat, facebook
10:25:11  <SubStack>pow, customer support like a boss
10:54:23  <SubStack>http://substack.net/images/screenshots/browserling_redesign_reconnecting.png
10:54:26  <SubStack>this is super great
10:56:16  <tm604>haha, nice - are those lights animated?
10:56:23  <SubStack>yep!
10:56:43  <SubStack>it's just the saucer_pending.gif I posted above
10:56:55  <tm604>niceness confirmed!
10:58:05  <SubStack>and with this new redesign we'll also be able to start doing real IEs for our awesome paid users!
11:06:23  * doolsis anticipating real IEs
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13:07:51  <pkrumins>now at 70 customers!
13:08:05  <SubStack>yep!
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13:36:09  <pkrumins>2/4 free plans up
13:39:18  <pkrumins>3/4 yp
13:41:03  <pkrumins>4/4 up
13:42:00  <SubStack>^5
13:51:28  <pkrumins>echo *
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16:43:16  <paul_irish>SubStack: 1) url2png doesnt seem allowed to take screenshots of testling.com
16:43:24  <paul_irish>UA or robots blocking?
16:44:22  <paul_irish>2) browserstack is adding mobile browsers. this week or next
16:44:28  <paul_irish>thats gonna be pretty enormous
16:47:46  <chapel>how can you add mobile browsers to something like that?
16:50:17  <tm604>using emulators, I'd guess - although it seems likely to be pretty slow if that's the case. or maybe they bought a stack of iphones etc. with vnc/rdp installed?
16:51:29  <TheJH>well, for android, there's an official emulator from google
16:51:54  <tm604>sure - I use it a lot, it's dead slow though.
16:52:22  <tm604>mainly because it's qemu-based, running android via VirtualBox is generally a better option but that's a pain to set up :(
17:03:19  <paul_irish>SubStack: 1) works now. dunno what the problem was. ignore me :)
17:05:26  <paul_irish>2) mobile device testing IN THE CLOUD PLZZZZZZZZZ
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17:51:26  <niftylettuce>+1
17:52:58  <niftylettuce>partner up with these doods http://www.macincloud.com/
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17:53:10  <niftylettuce>im gonna use that for my iOS project
17:53:13  <niftylettuce>(maybe)
17:54:11  <niftylettuce>hackintosh would be faster/cheaper
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18:18:21  <jesusabdullah>macincloud? Hell yeah
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18:18:59  <jesusabdullah>Now browrstleng doesn't have to buy a surplus mac and run their "cloud" out of the stackhaus closet!
18:19:05  <niftylettuce>:)
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18:20:39  <tm604>on the plus side, you could reach over and restart it without ever touching a keyboard... "mac browsers are down - not sure if upgrade gone wrong, or big stackhaus party in progress"
18:21:17  <jesusabdullah>substizzy tripped on the power cable ;)
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18:59:22  <pkrumins>72 customers now
19:00:00  <pkrumins>paul_irish: i somehow still can't get url2png to work. we dont have robots.txt. not sure what's up with that.
19:02:31  <pkrumins>mobile browsers. we'll have them, just not sure when.
19:02:46  <pkrumins>oh wait, joyent smartos
19:03:19  <pkrumins>i'll look into it when we get to it, should be able to virtualize those images there
19:04:07  <pkrumins>i dont think we'll gonna rdesktop into actual devices. or maybe. depends on how much cash we have for crazy experiments actually.
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19:07:12  <niftylettuce>wow i spent $800 on domain names last year
19:07:16  <niftylettuce>!!
19:07:20  <pkrumins>what
19:07:45  <niftylettuce>yeah lol, well there was $75/year renewal of tee.ly, and I did that in january and december, and then turf.io was $100
19:07:51  <niftylettuce>then tons of other domain names/renewals for clients and myself
19:07:53  <niftylettuce>hahaha
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19:36:27  <wiwillia>SubStack 62 shirts sold, nice!
19:37:49  <SubStack>hooray!
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20:50:41  <SubStack>mikeal: the fleet monitor works pretty well now
20:51:27  <AvianFlu>SubStack, you get a chance to take a look at that optimist alias stuff?
20:52:42  <SubStack>a little
20:52:46  <SubStack>tricky to fix
20:52:58  <SubStack>but the new tests are good stuff
20:53:12  <jesusabdullah>damned right ;)
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23:11:34  <yuletide>i should get on this whole testing thing huh
23:12:28  <jesusabdullah>TESTS?
23:12:34  <jesusabdullah>WE DON'T NEED NO STEENKING TESTS
23:12:34  <LOUDBOT>"I GOT A BABY COMING! I CAN ALMOST SEE THE PITTER-PATTER OF LITTLE CHINESE FEET ACROSS THE TREETOPS"
23:12:41  <AvianFlu>TESTS OF THE SIERRA MADRE
23:12:41  <LOUDBOT>DID THEY CALL YOU A GOD DAMNED FUCKING POTTY MOUTH?
23:12:46  <jesusabdullah>AvianFlu: I'd watch that.
23:12:51  <maxogden>little chinese feet?
23:12:54  <yuletide>haha
23:13:15  <yuletide>our landlord told me not to worry about it
23:13:30  <jesusabdullah>IT IS A TALE OF A SMALL INDEPENDENT STARTUP STRUGGLING TO DEVELOP A PRODUCT NESTLED IN THE MOUNTAINS OF CALIFORNIA
23:13:30  <LOUDBOT>YOU HAVE CHANGED YOUR PROFILE PICTURE. BITTER OLD PUNK IS NOW FOLLOWING YOU ON TWITTER. AN IMPORTANT NOTE FROM FLICKRHQ. DON'T PANIC, BUT YOU PRO ACCOUNT HAS EXPIRED. I'M DROWNING IN INFORMATION HERE.
23:13:50  <jesusabdullah>s/CALIFORNIA/ARIZONA/
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23:52:59  <SubStack>\o/
23:55:33  <rowbit>/!\ ATTENTION: (default-local) [email protected] successfully signed up for developer browserling plan ($20). Cash money! /!\
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23:55:40  <SubStack>whoa!
23:55:46  <SubStack>how on earth >_<
23:55:52  <SubStack>are people finding about us!
23:55:56  <SubStack>I guess on the twitters
23:56:02  <SubStack>so that's awesome
23:56:19  <wiwillia>SubStack how many subs are you guys up to now/.
23:56:21  <wiwillia>?
23:56:26  <SubStack>72
23:56:30  <wiwillia>congats
23:56:34  <wiwillia>congrats*
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23:57:30  <SubStack>72*20=1440
23:57:31  <SubStack>cash monies!