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01:24:06  <thealphanerd>othiym23: I got a pull request in today for that npm bug https://github.com/npm/npm-package-arg/pull/5
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01:57:05  <nathan7>thealphanerd: https://github.com/npm/npm-package-arg/pull/5#issuecomment-52725248
01:57:18  <nathan7>thealphanerd: thanks for the PR, by the way <3
01:57:23  <thealphanerd>no problem :D
01:57:26  <thealphanerd>totalyl selfish :P{
01:57:27  <thealphanerd>:P
01:57:45  <nathan7>do we want *two* regexes though?
01:57:47  <thealphanerd>I’l take a peak at this one as well
01:57:51  <thealphanerd>I saw the thread
01:57:53  <nathan7>can't we add this to the existing one
01:57:58  <thealphanerd>good news I don’t break any tests
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01:59:26  <nathan7>man, I feel useless just doing issues but no PRs
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01:59:59  <nathan7>being all manager-y
02:00:25  <thealphanerd>nathan7: are you going to be around for another 30 minutes?
02:00:29  <thealphanerd>I’m just about at my caltrain stop
02:00:31  <nathan7>thealphanerd: yeah, definitely
02:00:36  <thealphanerd>but want to figure out what’s going on here
02:00:39  <thealphanerd>https://github.com/robertkowalski/github-url-from-username-repo/blob/master/index.js
02:00:41  <thealphanerd>looking at this
02:00:52  <thealphanerd>just need some context
02:01:00  <nathan7>sure
02:01:08  <thealphanerd>will be back in a minute :D
02:01:09  <thealphanerd>or 20
02:01:11  <thealphanerd>feel free to put it in the issue too
02:01:17  <nathan7>hmm?
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02:33:19  <thealphanerd>and I’m back nathan7
02:35:48  <nathan7>a wild thealphanerd
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02:38:01  <thealphanerd>hehe
02:38:11  <thealphanerd>so the other link you sent me
02:38:15  <thealphanerd>https://github.com/robertkowalski/github-url-from-username-repo/issues/8
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02:38:44  <thealphanerd>where is github-url-from-username-repo used in npm?
02:38:52  <thealphanerd>I noticed it is cached in node_modules
02:39:00  <thealphanerd>but I didn’t really start following the dependency graph at all
02:39:22  <nathan7>thealphanerd: not sure where exactly
02:39:42  <nathan7>thealphanerd: lib/repo.js
02:39:56  <nathan7>thealphanerd: node_modules/normalize-package-data/lib/fixer.js
02:40:23  <thealphanerd>because fwiw… my fix allowing the github modules to install as expected
02:40:31  <thealphanerd>my fix allowing… sigh
02:41:12  <nathan7>mkay
02:41:21  <nathan7>it *is* nearing 5AM here
02:41:31  <nathan7>and I have work to finish
02:41:38  <nathan7>so I'm not sure I'll be terribly helpful :/
02:41:53  <thealphanerd>lets sync up on this tomorrow then
02:41:53  <thealphanerd>:D
02:41:54  <thealphanerd>I’ll be in the office around 11 am pst
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03:20:07  <nathan7>thealphanerd: that's 8PM my time, that should work
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03:25:59  <thealphanerd>:D
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04:45:37  <ednapiranha>domanic: i got the weirdest email today
04:45:42  <ednapiranha>i can't tell if it's legit or a troll
04:48:14  <domanic>ednapiranha, you have the same last name as someone's deceased client and they need your help moving money out of some country?
04:48:41  <ednapiranha>domanic: no no
04:48:42  <ednapiranha>check this out
04:48:47  <ednapiranha>domanic: http://cl.ly/X6uw
04:49:18  <domanic>hahah, wow I laughted out loud
04:49:19  <substack>hah what
04:49:26  <ednapiranha>yeah i can't tell
04:49:28  <ednapiranha>if they are like..
04:49:33  <ednapiranha>a fanboy, a troll
04:49:34  <ednapiranha>or
04:49:39  <domanic>the PGP signature takes it to a total new level
04:49:40  <ednapiranha>legitimately bad translation
04:49:42  <ednapiranha>yeah
04:49:47  <ednapiranha>they are using openmailbox.org too
04:49:52  <ednapiranha>and that is spanish for some mushroom?
04:51:09  <domanic>it's pgp signed, so maybe look up the key?
04:51:29  <ednapiranha>domanic: for someone to email me that.. they must know what i do
04:51:37  <ednapiranha>so that looks more like a troll
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04:53:07  <domanic>I think the answer is to deadpan it
04:53:38  <ednapiranha>-_____-
04:53:39  <brycebaril>ednapiranha: that email was the best part of my day
04:53:49  <domanic>which nosql database IS the friendliest?
04:53:57  <ednapiranha>domanic: i eat existential crisps
04:54:22  <ednapiranha>crips -> crisps -> criss -> crisis
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04:56:40  <ednapiranha>domanic: they taste like sartre's constipation
04:57:18  <pfraze>they evaporate when you open the box, but I swear they were in there before
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05:00:57  <domanic>ednapiranha, pfraze jean paul satre is sitting in a parisian cafe, he asks the waitress: "may I have a coffee with no cream?" she replies: "sorry we are out of cream, how about a coffee with no milk?"
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05:01:25  <ednapiranha>loooool
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05:01:39  <kid_icarus>^___^
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05:06:16  <jjjohnny_>lol
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05:07:16  <ednapiranha>domanic: i feel like there should be a third dominic in here
05:07:25  <ednapiranha>domenic, domanic, dominic
05:07:48  <kid_icarus>demonic ^._.^
05:07:57  <ednapiranha>daemonic
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05:08:48  <domanic>ednapiranha, also: domonic and domunic
05:09:07  <ednapiranha>donimic
05:09:26  <substack>domeownic
05:09:36  <ednapiranha>sobstack
05:09:46  <substack>;_;
05:09:52  <ednapiranha>lol
05:10:02  <ednapiranha>substack: that would be your emo evil twin
05:10:11  <substack>verily
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05:11:35  <ednapiranha>these database jokes are getting out of hand
05:11:42  <ednapiranha>im quitting this thread brycebaril
05:11:42  <domanic>or "sobstuck" would be even sadder
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05:20:25  <jjjohnny_>walter substack
05:20:53  <ednapiranha>substuck lebowski
05:21:30  <jjjohnny_>sumstacks()
05:21:57  <jjjohnny_>sumstacks().substack()
05:22:13  <pfraze>/ retrieves somestack
05:22:44  <jjjohnny_>this isnt code
05:23:45  <pfraze>I execute everything you say
05:24:13  <jjjohnny_>shadow domanic <_<
05:24:35  <jjjohnny_>when people say shadowdom they mean js right?
05:25:00  <pfraze>usually thats a sex thing
05:25:54  <jjjohnny_>ya but we're talking subsex here
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05:26:39  <jjjohnny_>PLEASE TAKE YOUR SEAT QUIETLY THE SHOW HAS ALREADY BEGUN
05:26:40  <LOUDBOT>BABY YOU CAN RENDER MY HTML ANY TIME
05:26:47  <jjjohnny_>booo
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05:27:22  <jjjohnny_>and a bunch of other stupid buttered libs
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05:28:23  <feross>what's the most succinct way to turn a buffer into a readable stream?
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05:37:27  <jjjohnny_>from?
05:38:49  <domanic>substack, https://www.npmjs.org/zork 404!!!!
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05:40:42  <feross>i wish there was a way to do this with one expression
05:40:50  <feross>best i can come up with is stream = new stream.PassThrough(); stream.end(buffer)
05:41:08  <collypops>domanic: that looks like a challenge
05:43:28  <domanic>https://www.npmjs.org/package/tptag
05:44:47  <domanic>that looks like the most textadventury thing so far
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06:20:05  <domanic>feross, mafintosh bittorrent question: how long do ip addresses stay in the dht?
06:20:35  <feross>usually, until the dht node stops responding to ping messages
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06:21:13  <domanic>feross, I mean the mapping: infohash -> seeder
06:21:21  <domanic>how long does that live?
06:21:33  <feross>oh, i couldn't find where that was specified in the spec
06:21:40  <domanic>ballpark?
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06:22:04  <feross>i would guess most clients would store it for at least 15 minutes, and probably less than 6 hours
06:22:15  <domanic>hmm, sounds reasonable
06:22:21  <feross>clients are supposed to periodically republish
06:23:02  <feross>currently, bittorrent-dht just stores peers indefinitely but that's a bug
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06:38:02  <domanic>tell pfraze weird, twitter notified me of the pgp post you sent me yesterday. Read it this time. I like how he says the new thing needs to move past both pgp AND email!
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06:51:48  <jjjohnny_>email sux
06:56:00  <substack>fact
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07:02:03  <thealphanerd>30 helens agree https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BDTZcj8Xink
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07:06:22  <jjjohnny_>substack: 'nother error with hyperspace https://gist.github.com/NHQ/36fd451ea09f4e1e6c8b
07:07:11  <thealphanerd>jjjohnny_: what might be modulha.us
07:07:27  <jjjohnny_>radical free agency
07:08:14  <jjjohnny_>and module army
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07:09:20  <thealphanerd>inderesting
07:09:24  <thealphanerd>I cloned the repo
07:09:30  <thealphanerd>now I’m figuring out what to browserify
07:09:45  <jjjohnny_>oh that repo is a mess of crap
07:11:21  <thealphanerd>that’s what it seems like :P
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07:46:58  <feross>check out how easy the "browser" package.json field made it to make bittorrent-client work in the browser! https://github.com/feross/bittorrent-client/commit/0adaf80cdc8058ecd788ffc1cc7b80ac5b314246
07:49:03  <substack>yay
07:49:46  <feross>it's like, sub out a module here and there, and bam. now i can keep all the complicated algorithm logic in one module!
07:52:56  <substack>I've got peerca working
07:53:04  <substack>just need to finish up the examples for the readme
07:53:46  <substack>oh and lookups, forgot that part
07:53:58  <substack>I should probably generate the pfx too
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08:28:50  <jjjohnny_>feross: does bt-cli do publishing?
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09:09:28  <mafintosh>feross: thats pretty sweet!
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10:13:52  <feross>jjjohnny_: i don't understand your question, can you clarify?
10:14:04  <feross>jjjohnny_: what is bt-cli?
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10:15:07  <feross>mafintosh: thanks man!
10:15:15  <feross>i had to write new lower-level modules like webtorrent-tracker (server & client) which uses a websocket server
10:15:25  <feross>for webrtc introductions you need to be able to push data
10:15:37  <feross>so the traditional tracker model doesn't quite work
10:15:55  <feross>so now there's just a new tracker type (ws://) in addition to (http:// and udp://)
10:16:39  <feross>and i had to write a new connection management module (webtorrent-swarm) because webrtc connections are very different than tcp
10:17:16  <feross>but it exposes the same api as the tcp one, so the higher-level module can just not care about the transports of the lower level modules
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10:39:23  <jjjohnny_>feross: bittorent-client
10:39:30  <jjjohnny_>does it create torrents?
10:39:59  <feross>i should make a cli for it that does that
10:40:03  <feross>but you can use https://github.com/feross/create-torrent
10:40:17  <feross>which also works in the browser with File objects from drag-and-drop!
10:41:17  <feross>oh, actually i already made a cli for create-torrent!
10:41:19  <feross>forgot about that!
10:41:20  <feross>usage: create-torrent <directory OR file> {-o outfile.torrent}
10:41:33  <jjjohnny_>so if I used create-torrent and then connected to a public peer, I would have my codez in the BT cloud?
10:42:12  <jjjohnny_>then I open bitorrent-client on that torrent file ?
10:42:35  <feross>yes, that *should* work, but it won't right now
10:42:51  <feross>need to add a flag for pointing to file that you already have
10:43:06  <feross>it will assume you want to download the file right now, not that you want to seed it
10:43:37  <feross>i'll ping you when i've added that
10:44:39  <jjjohnny_>ah sweet
10:44:43  <jjjohnny_>i was reading into bittorent-client and peerflix recently, saw you can connect to specific hosts
10:45:02  <jjjohnny_>and thought about creating auto cloud peers
10:46:05  <feross>so, it's not enough to just connect your client to an arbitrary peer and have it replicate/download from you
10:46:29  <feross>random peers will only handshake with you if they're interested in the infohash you include in the handshake
10:46:33  <feross>the peer has to be willing to handshake with you
10:47:02  <feross>but if you had a cloud peer that was willing to handshake for any infohash, and then proceeded to download and host the entire file
10:47:29  <feross>it could be a cloud peer
10:47:39  <jjjohnny_>yeah, like you have your own, running bittorrent-client with an auth api for that stuff
10:47:44  <feross>yep
10:48:04  <jjjohnny_>and then that one woul have a good chance of joining the greater swarm for you
10:48:13  <jjjohnny_>if you wanted
10:48:33  <jjjohnny_>and plus it would be live all the itme
10:48:36  <jjjohnny_>time
10:49:06  <jjjohnny_>then you could make several of them around the globe, and have a provate swarm with an API for up and downloading!
10:49:13  <jjjohnny_>private
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11:00:56  <feross>jjjohnny_: yep that'd work
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11:08:43  <jjjohnny_>ircretary: ask domanic how does one get an an old feed stream a al createFeed(), which returns the Feed#add
11:08:44  <ircretary>jjjohnny_: I'll tell domanic you asked.
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11:33:17  <feross>check it out, full list of webtorrent modules on npm: https://github.com/feross/webtorrent#modules
11:33:25  <feross>so many badges!
11:34:37  <substack>https://github.com/substack/peerca
11:34:39  <substack>pow
11:35:00  <substack>particularly, https://github.com/substack/peerca#docker-authentication
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12:56:02  <mikolalysenko>substack: whoa! cool
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13:13:22  <feross>substack: peerca is cool. no one wants to learn all the openssl command line flags
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13:47:58  <nathan7>feross: link?
13:48:09  <nathan7>feross: ah, found it
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14:47:59  <mafintosh>substack: that's really cool - been looking for something like that
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16:52:48  <jjjohnny_>substack: sweet
16:53:07  <jjjohnny_>are client certs the future?
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17:28:32  <ednapiranha>ogd: !!
17:28:34  <ednapiranha>WIRED
17:29:40  <ogd>ednapiranha: :p
17:30:06  <ednapiranha>ogd: to celebrate .. https://soundcloud.com/pcmus/pc-music-x-disown?in=pcmus/sets/mixes
17:31:27  <ogd>ednapiranha: NICE!
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17:51:24  <jesusabdullah>yeah WIRED
17:51:28  <jesusabdullah>gratz ogd XD
17:51:42  <ogd>thx u
17:52:57  <jesusabdullah>how does dat handle large bins like grib and netcdf type files?
17:53:28  <jesusabdullah>I had to work with those a bit when I was in school, I just remember they were huge
17:53:35  <jesusabdullah>like, order of gigabytes per file
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17:59:49  <jesusabdullah>hmm, I see
18:00:12  <jesusabdullah>it's up to you to write the filesystem-of-binary-blobs-to-dat converter, that seems sane enough
18:00:25  <jesusabdullah>so I guess the real question is, how does leveldb handle very large values
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18:01:10  <jesusabdullah>oph I see
18:01:14  <jesusabdullah>filesystem
18:01:16  <jesusabdullah>makes sense
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19:03:21  <dawuud>yo
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19:16:23  <domanic>dawuud, yo
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19:20:02  <dawuud>domanic yo
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19:20:43  <terinjokes>substack: you have a recommendated way for someone to generate tap/tape output?
19:21:08  <dawuud>domanic: what time should we meet up? my schedule is totally flexible...
19:21:39  <domanic>dawuud, me too, but I have some work to do - the evening?
19:22:56  <dawuud>ok. earlier in the evening is better for me tonight..
19:23:03  <dawuud>but either way
19:23:50  <dawuud>perhaps we should get beers at the sycamore or other place in the area...
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19:28:58  <domanic>dawuud, sounds good
19:29:17  <domanic>dawuud, what time is your flight?
19:29:48  <dawuud>6am tomorrow morning ;-)
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19:33:48  <nathan7>Hey domanic
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19:34:56  <domanic>dawuud, right - so you don't wanna be up late
19:35:06  <domanic>nathan7, yo
19:35:25  <nathan7>domanic: how's life?
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19:36:59  <domanic>domanic, okay. it's still a few billion years until the sun swallows the earth so okay I guess
19:37:20  <domanic>dawuud, shall we make it 6?
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19:42:59  <dawuud>domanic: yeah that's perfect
19:43:47  <domanic>dawuud, okay 6pm at the sycamore
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20:38:16  <jjjohnny_>ok i think its time to mobilize some hacker action for the ferguson in all of us
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20:46:34  <thealphanerd>ogd: http://www.wired.com/2014/08/dat/
20:46:35  <thealphanerd>!!!
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23:43:52  <jjjohnny_>substack: I saw you updated hyperstream, and I upgraded hyperspace, but I am still getting a deep error down in trumpets dep readable-stream about no string/buffer chunk
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23:46:29  <jjjohnny_>the "chunk" value in question value is true
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23:50:39  <jjjohnny_>substack: and tho I am only write 3 times in total (3 separate hyperspaces)
23:50:58  <jjjohnny_>i am getting 4 chunk readings from readable-stream way down under trumper
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