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8th
Aug 2016
David Castner
@davidjcastner
Aug 08 2016 12:54
624 line array?
also I recommend checking out semantic versioning lol
Eric Phy
@SimplyPhy
Aug 08 2016 14:21
using semantic versioning, it’s version: 0.0.0-1.0.0

Development Version Model:

1.00000: The official public release
0.10000: The first Beta
0.01000: The first Alpha
0.00100: The first complete internal version
0.00010: The first
0.00001: The first

X >= 2
X.00000: Major public release
.x0000: Minor public release
.0x000: Essential public release
.00x00: Internal beta update
.000x0: Internal alpha update
.0000x: Internal pre-alpha update

I made this last night; it’s close enough to semantic versioning xD

Lily Romano
@Lilyheart
Aug 08 2016 14:22
Nice job @kevincauto , @SimplyPhy That’s… a lot! And this is one of my primary bookmarks http://semver.org/
David Castner
@davidjcastner
Aug 08 2016 14:23
Save me stack overflow!
Lily Romano
@Lilyheart
Aug 08 2016 14:26
Found one good reason to use ZenHub. I can view issues from several repos in one place. Good for personal projects to see what really needs focus instead of getting lost in one repo’s issues.
David Castner
@davidjcastner
Aug 08 2016 14:28
@Lilyheart does zenhub help with issue organization?
I know it's designed to help with organization, what I am really asking is do you find yourself using it to help with issue organization?
Lily Romano
@Lilyheart
Aug 08 2016 14:30
guess it depends on what you organization help you need. It has kanban boards so you can keep track of what issues are in what state (backlog, in progress, in qa, done, etc). When I’m finally awake I’m going to read about how they add in Agile epics into the workflow.
I have that open ready to read but right now it’s just a bunch of words (I didn’t get to sleep until 4 after staring at the walls for too many hours, ugh insomnia)
Eric Phy
@SimplyPhy
Aug 08 2016 14:33
@Lilyheart I think I fell asleep at 4am also :sparkles: :sparkles:
Lily Romano
@Lilyheart
Aug 08 2016 14:33
You know you must not be feeling well when the cats don’t even bother you/wake you to feed them
Lily Romano
@Lilyheart
Aug 08 2016 14:34
ur young, you’ll recover xD
Eric Phy
@SimplyPhy
Aug 08 2016 14:35
ha @davidjcastner i like it
do you think I should use jQuery for my array @davidjcastner ?
David Castner
@davidjcastner
Aug 08 2016 14:38
my first instinct is to make a joke along the lines of "yes always use jQuery", but I am so passionately against jQuery because in reality it's just as easy to use javascript
Lily Romano
@Lilyheart
Aug 08 2016 14:40
xD I read Phy's comment and was like... wha.... o.O and then I viewed the link. :laughing: :laughing: :laughing: :laughing: :laughing: :laughing:
David Castner
@davidjcastner
Aug 08 2016 14:43
this is another one that I think I shared before: http://i.imgur.com/ybWKjSM.png
and this takes the jquery response to a whole new level
ahahahahhahaha best site ever: http://vanilla-js.com/
Lily Romano
@Lilyheart
Aug 08 2016 14:47
I love the download section
it downloads a blank file xD
David Castner
@davidjcastner
Aug 08 2016 14:47
I know so great!
I think I will include that in any answers I make when someone mentions jquery
Eric Phy
@SimplyPhy
Aug 08 2016 14:51
So question: thoughts on using gh-pages from a private repo?
Lily Romano
@Lilyheart
Aug 08 2016 14:51
jquery does have it's uses, but there is sooooooo much overlap. But to be honest, I use jQuery mostly in greasemonkey scripts where I can't alter the original source code xD (unless you know a way to target a link based on the text in the link using vanilla (not attributes, that I can do in vanilla, but the display text).
I also tend to use it to make a quick proof of concept because I can select faster in query xD Then refactor it out later.
In theory, you can have a private repo and the the actual webpages should always be public thus somewhat obfuscating your code.
David Castner
@davidjcastner
Aug 08 2016 14:53
@SimplyPhy Just be careful when initializing the branch because you don't want to accidentally put all of your private code in the gh-page branch
Lily Romano
@Lilyheart
Aug 08 2016 14:53
(I say in theory because one time one person said they had problems viewing something but didn't have the opportunity to debug if they were having some other issue so it's probably fact that it works that way...)
Eric Phy
@SimplyPhy
Aug 08 2016 14:54
yeah…hmmm
David Castner
@davidjcastner
Aug 08 2016 14:54
other than that is has the same purpose as any other gh-page branch
Eric Phy
@SimplyPhy
Aug 08 2016 14:54
also, i might have said this already, but: I got accepted into githubs student developer program :D
free stuffs $$$
David Castner
@davidjcastner
Aug 08 2016 14:55
oh yea, I love that pack, gets us free enterprise level testing tools for private repos
Eric Phy
@SimplyPhy
Aug 08 2016 14:55
apparently Udacity qualifies me as a student
(as it should, considering i’m full time, but still)
Lily Romano
@Lilyheart
Aug 08 2016 14:56
If I get to that point, I'll probably look into making a webhook that will put code in a production folder automatically into a gh-pages branch whenever a commit is made to the master branch (cuz I'm lazy, and if it's pushed to master, then....)
"Can recommend"
Eric Phy
@SimplyPhy
Aug 08 2016 14:58
i haven’t quite gotten into web sockets yet, but i figure i’m close
David Castner
@davidjcastner
Aug 08 2016 14:58
@Lilyheart you can submodule a directory to be the code in the gh-page branch => the code is hosted in a branch and the master branch has a pointer to it, so the code is always the same
you can do the same with repos, including a repo inside another one (great for modules)
Eric Phy
@SimplyPhy
Aug 08 2016 14:59
another fun fact: I was using construct 2 to prototype some functionality of a side project the other night, and the things that used to make it super awesome (since i wasn’t a programmer) made it really frustrating at first, since I kept wanting to just program functionality xD
Lily Romano
@Lilyheart
Aug 08 2016 14:59
xD True. I have more interest in learning webhooks tbh.
Eric Phy
@SimplyPhy
Aug 08 2016 15:00
figured it out eventually, but it really showed how far i’ve come
Lilyheart @Lilyheart adds submodules further up the list.
Lilyheart @Lilyheart should make "the list" a github repo or something.
David Castner
@davidjcastner
Aug 08 2016 15:01
@SimplyPhy nice, it's always nice to be able to look back at your progress provided you've been making progress
Lily Romano
@Lilyheart
Aug 08 2016 15:03
@SimplyPhy my web socket use wasn't really web dev related. I was trying to get access to my printer's information. HA
Lily Romano
@Lilyheart
Aug 08 2016 15:14
Ugh, where to do I start to get caught up.
Lily Romano
@Lilyheart
Aug 08 2016 15:30
So I plugged my Home Theatre PC into the xbox one and now I can eliminate another HDMI connection. Xbox thinks it's my cable :laughing:. When the xbox turns on it automatically goes to "TV" so it goes straight into my HTPC which is awesome.
Eric Phy
@SimplyPhy
Aug 08 2016 16:31

skillzthatkillz

ha @ the # being used as an h1 xD
Lily Romano
@Lilyheart
Aug 08 2016 16:31
markdown ftw
a bunch of markdown works here
Jonathan Herman
@lantech19446
Aug 08 2016 18:26
Lily Romano
@Lilyheart
Aug 08 2016 18:27
That's funny. Why someone smart enough to make a linux based thermostat and then would use unknown software on it is beyond me. Also: http://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/usb-sticks-carry-malware/
Jonathan Herman
@lantech19446
Aug 08 2016 18:36
did someone really write that as if it's new? People were putting malware on usb ever since smart drives
Lily Romano
@Lilyheart
Aug 08 2016 18:38
The idea isn't new. There was an experiment done and the whitepaper recently received with statistics on just how ... um... #expletive# people are. I'll see if I can find the original thing I read.
Jonathan Herman
@lantech19446
Aug 08 2016 18:38
ok
Jonathan Herman
@lantech19446
Aug 08 2016 18:41
all I can say is wow, that's pretty special
Lily Romano
@Lilyheart
Aug 08 2016 18:42
yup
I might do it... on a virtual machine inside a trash machine...
Jonathan Herman
@lantech19446
Aug 08 2016 18:45
I end up having to plug ones in from our lab pretty routinely but I do it on a computer with reboot restore installed
Lily Romano
@Lilyheart
Aug 08 2016 21:29
I'm having a @dcpking browser day. I keep looking up to having a zillion tabs open.
Lily Romano
@Lilyheart
Aug 08 2016 21:37
All cleared! I had like 4 tabs open to the router settings. 10 tabs to the same page for home control stuff... etc.
Lily Romano
@Lilyheart
Aug 08 2016 22:11
sudo apt-get upgrade --faster :clock11: