00:04:46  <pkrumins>woo we figured out this terrible browserling bug that affected IE6, IE7, and IE8 customers
00:04:49  <tanepiper>well he had a wee breakdown, i decided to be the bigger man
00:04:52  <pkrumins>and it turns out it was windows firewall!!
00:04:57  <tanepiper>MORE FOOL ME
00:04:57  <LOUDBOT>WISH THE LAPTOP LUCK IN THE MORNING
00:06:08  <substack>jesusabdullah: https://gather.at/e/162b4246
00:06:20  <tanepiper>mehh i'm off to bed - had an off coding day - productivity <= 0
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04:26:16  <substack>at sudoroom with baudio-party running
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06:46:58  <substack>jesusabdullah: did you see https://twitter.com/Oaksterdam/status/244247000143519744/photo/1/large ?
06:55:50  <jesusabdullah>lol no
06:56:05  <substack>it was ambling down telegraph
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10:58:39  <dominictarr>hey substack maxogden what do you guys think about this pull request for JSONStream https://github.com/dominictarr/JSONStream/pull/19
10:59:17  <dominictarr>it adds support for a stream of valid objects, that are not necessarily seperated by whitespace.
10:59:49  <dominictarr>(who needs commas, anyway)
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15:26:10  <maxogden>+1
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16:34:39  <niftylettuce>maxogden: oo nice gather.at, clever dude
16:35:01  <niftylettuce>Emeryville whois stalkers like wut
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17:11:07  <maxogden>:D
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17:32:41  <_ritch>maxogden: what is all this talk i hear about streaming as a replication mechanism for databases?
17:33:33  <maxogden>couchdb does it sort of
17:33:53  <maxogden>i experimented doing it in node with https://github.com/maxogden/plumbdb
17:35:22  <maxogden>couch doesnt do streaming writes but plumbdb does
17:38:15  <_ritch>streaming to disk?
17:39:41  <maxogden>yea
17:40:31  <_ritch>which is awesome, but how do you handle 'pull the plug' style errors?
17:41:59  <_ritch>i really like the idea of just streaming writes to a location, whether thats a local persistence or the entire cluster
17:45:12  <maxogden>its a document db so each doc gets its own individual error/success state
17:45:36  <maxogden>couch lets you specify if you want 'all or nothing' when you do bulk inserts but i didnt implement that
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18:04:31  <pkrumins>maxogden: http://i.imgur.com/WGO8b.gif
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18:16:03  <Raynos>What would through look like with the new readable stream interface?
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19:07:09  <pkrumins>isaacs: turns out node was slow on windows 2003 because of the windows firewall
19:07:25  <pkrumins>isaacs: substack had this idea to turn it off, so i tried that, and bam, it's all super speedy now
19:08:44  <pkrumins>last time we had a terrible bug it was the windows screensavers
19:26:44  <Raynos>STREAMS
19:26:45  <LOUDBOT>IF YOU'RE HAPPY AND YOU KNOW IT STOP IT YOU'RE HORDING THE HAPPINESS
19:28:22  <pkrumins>stream all the things?
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19:37:01  <Raynos>yes
19:37:06  <Raynos>that is always the answer
19:37:33  <Raynos>Does anyone have a writable stream base class?
19:37:46  <Raynos>Something like the inverse of from
19:38:06  <pkrumins>i've yet to master streams
19:38:56  <Raynos>:(
19:39:05  <Raynos>pkrumins: https://gist.github.com/3662920
19:39:33  <pkrumins>reading
19:40:01  <Raynos>Model control flow as map/reduce/filter streams
19:42:33  <pkrumins>what does it really do?
19:42:42  <pkrumins>i read through but i can't quite understand
19:42:50  <pkrumins>like what's the use case
19:42:55  <Raynos>anything
19:43:07  <Raynos>We create input streams (DOM events) and output streams (DOM manipulation)
19:43:15  <Raynos>then we wrap those streams with data transformations
19:43:21  <Raynos>and eventually pipe from input to output
19:44:31  <pkrumins>i see
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