These are chat archives for Ian-Stewart-Binks/Foosball

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Mar 2016
Anirudh Mukundan
@Anirudh94
Mar 02 2016 15:29
@Ian-Stewart-Binks is your plan to also make the rule tabs dark themed?
Emmett Underhill
@emmettu
Mar 02 2016 16:48
@Anirudh94 that's been merged
Anirudh Mukundan
@Anirudh94
Mar 02 2016 16:52
@emmettu yeah i mean in terms of gui are we also going to make the rule tabs dark or only the header?
Ian Stewart-Binks
@Ian-Stewart-Binks
Mar 02 2016 18:46
@Anirudh94 I imagine that the UI will be significantly improved in the following months.
@Anirudh94 Once @emmettu's changes have been reviewed and merged, I plan on generating the rules dynamically from a database/json files.
Anirudh Mukundan
@Anirudh94
Mar 02 2016 19:08
@Ian-Stewart-Binks ah cool sounds great
feel free to share some mockups for UI stuff if its big enough and u're unsure of something/want to collab
Ian Stewart-Binks
@Ian-Stewart-Binks
Mar 02 2016 19:10
I made an email for us for feedback. I also have a JS script that will send emails from that email.
@Anirudh94 Next we need to add user support. Should we use passport.js or pattern-fly?
Anirudh Mukundan
@Anirudh94
Mar 02 2016 19:15
@Ian-Stewart-Binks both? Isn't pattern-fly only the gui aspect?
I'm not entirely sure, haven't used either of them
Ian Stewart-Binks
@Ian-Stewart-Binks
Mar 02 2016 19:15
@Anirudh94 I'm actually not certain.
Anirudh Mukundan
@Anirudh94
Mar 02 2016 19:15
also for user support we're going to need a DB to store info
can u add some deetz on your thoughts for this to the issue on github?
Ian Stewart-Binks
@Ian-Stewart-Binks
Mar 02 2016 19:16
I've been playing around with sqlite3 for node.
@Anirudh94 Sure thing. I'll make smaller issues.
Anirudh Mukundan
@Anirudh94
Mar 02 2016 19:16
cool
I'm ok with sqlite or mongo
used sqlite a little while ago
Ian Stewart-Binks
@Ian-Stewart-Binks
Mar 02 2016 19:17
I'm good with monog
mongo
Passport has some good examples with mongo
Plus mongo experience would be nice.
Emmett Underhill
@emmettu
Mar 02 2016 19:48
@Ian-Stewart-Binks is storing the rules in the database necessary?
regarding the new branch
Ian Stewart-Binks
@Ian-Stewart-Binks
Mar 02 2016 19:50
No. A database wouldn't be necessary in our case. It might make things nicer down the line, however, should we ever want to add in a user interface to suggest new rules. For now, it might be easier to just use JSON.
Anirudh Mukundan
@Anirudh94
Mar 02 2016 19:52
rules in JSON in source code is good for now
@emmettu db was mentioned for storing users
not for rules
Emmett Underhill
@emmettu
Mar 02 2016 19:57
@Anirudh94 I'm talking about the new branch called "move-rules-to-sqlite"
Anirudh Mukundan
@Anirudh94
Mar 02 2016 21:43
@emmettu ah ok my bad