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Josh Duff
@TehShrike

wheeeee!

Josh Duff
@TehShrike
Oh man! Somebody forked Noddity!
Tobias Davis
@saibotsivad
dude man I am chatting in here
Josh Duff
@TehShrike
:-D
Sundar
@sundarj
i am also chatting
im @RadnusJ on twitter
Josh Duff
@TehShrike
howdy!
Sundar
@sundarj
hello :sparkles:
awesome gitter is responsive so i can add it to a vivaldi web panel
Josh Duff
@TehShrike
most recent Noddity development has been driven by the needs of my pastor. @saibotsivad and @ArtskydJ and I are setting up a publishing pipeline for him that involves a web site powered by Noddity.
Sundar
@sundarj
that's cool - i dont have an agenda either way - i just wanna help out :)
Josh Duff
@TehShrike
the next things on the list are: a solution to get static html files served up, and the ability to add modules to specific Noddity instances, like a searching module
Sundar
@sundarj
ah, ok - neat
so i guess currently all html is generated from markdown?
Josh Duff
@TehShrike
correct. And it happens at the last possible minute.
In the webapp, that's client-side
The client actually caches the markdown in localstorage
and it gets converted to html right before it is handed to Ractive
Sundar
@sundarj
aha, nice
ive been reading through the various modules, trying to see how it all fits together
where would you say is the best place to start?
Sundar
@sundarj
^ those
so all of them?
Josh Duff
@TehShrike
I need to update that, since then noddity-renderer was refactored into noddity-render-dom and noddity-render-static
the API for the butler is probably the main place to start https://github.com/TehShrike/noddity-butler#noddity-butler
Sundar
@sundarj
ok cool
Josh Duff
@TehShrike
most app things that you would build in the Noddity would would interact with the Butler
it abstracts away the fetching of posts from the server, and caching them locally
Sundar
@sundarj
alright
Sundar
@sundarj
should there be github issues for the to-do items?
Josh Duff
@TehShrike
Probably :-) we've been pretty ad-hoc about the high-level goals