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Okeke Arthur Ugochukwu
@anextro
yeah i think... its bg
Daniel Sont
@ds0nt
that's awesome. I'm so motivated now :D
Okeke Arthur Ugochukwu
@anextro
I think you've not used much widgets yet right?
maybe having a button.css ..etc
Daniel Sont
@ds0nt
Oh, but check out the src/elements folder
the registration label
and the first input field, that padding is too large, margin too small, background is too contrasting for the Title
css instincts have told me
Okeke Arthur Ugochukwu
@anextro
first input field meaning the first name?
or the email
Daniel Sont
@ds0nt
like this
Okeke Arthur Ugochukwu
@anextro
okay i see
Daniel Sont
@ds0nt
actually, move the h3 into the form, :D
http://i.imgur.com/GZTvaWs.png
and the box shadow from the form, apply to the header, I think
Okeke Arthur Ugochukwu
@anextro
Hoping to be able to style have reusable components. Might not be perfect now but that will work fine for now
Daniel Sont
@ds0nt
yeah, actually where do you go for components?
I know of awesome-component list and components.io
awesome-web-components I think
I've found dekujs to be really nice, very young, however
Daniel Sont
@ds0nt
but awesome.
Daniel Sont
@ds0nt
Anyone know anything about web components?
the kind that is all 'upcoming standard'
basically polymerized internet... it seems
Okeke Arthur Ugochukwu
@anextro
Have you checked out google web developer docs, i think they have something on this topic
also check out material web
Okeke Arthur Ugochukwu
@anextro
*material design
Daniel Sont
@ds0nt
yeah read it
hooray for material design!
Okeke Arthur Ugochukwu
@anextro
cool so whats it about and how easy is it to adopt?
Daniel Sont
@ds0nt
well, there are quite a few frameworks that implement material ui
material-react I think, and this polymerthingy
Jacob Gadikian
@faddat
\develop a solution to a common problem
here in VN
export them rapidly to our other locations
Jacob Gadikian
6 mins
Ngo Hai Bac
got it
Ngo • 6 mins
which will be formed FAST using local partners
Have our own fileserver, possibly using something like IPFS
designate some of the locations for hardware production
others just SW, etc
ensure that teams are funded, and that the site itself is accessible
essentially-- create a global enterprise in the span of a year or two
get into every country on the planet
support resilient networking, decentralized systems
profit by leveraging local advantage
for example
did you know that Vietnam's cocoa (for chocolate) isn't so great? Well you couldn't know-- you havent tried the Nigerian one
this is also an opportunity to roll out apps-- because when we touch down
the servers touch down too
Jacob Gadikian
3 mins
Ngo Hai Bac
got your picture
that's something we try to do from beginning
Ngo • 2 mins
yep
Jacob Gadikian
2 mins
Ngo Hai Bac
but not yet make it more beautiful picture
and greater and better purpose
now i think some things are more clear
we are creating more clear destinations
and concepts
Ngo • 1 min
Ngo Hai Bac
yep-- I think that maybe --- just maybe--
we could step onto the stage, proposing a new fiber cable, Asia-Africa,-S America
Crack Duck
@n1trux
@faddat wtf are you pasting here? this is not a dump, it's a chat
Okeke Arthur Ugochukwu
@anextro
@ds0nt check the updated version
Jacob Gadikian
@faddat
lol
sorry I was pasting some info about an idea haibac had thats all
maybe not too clear though.
Daniel Sont
@ds0nt
Okeke Arthur Ugochukwu
@anextro
Thanks. Still a lot going on before i conclude the first iteration though :)
Roman Sharkov
@romshark

Hey guys, it’s been a great almost half-a-year experience building the websocket abstraction library: github.com/qbeon/webwire-go

And now as its not far away from its final v1.0.0 release I’m looking for open source collaborators to help us improve it even further. Our strategy was to make it work first, then make it work fast. Now it’s time to show the full potential of websockets, so help is needed in benchmarking and profiling the library besides code reviewing and testing.

We open-sourced it because we believe that WebWire can be very useful for building modern high-performance real time (web) applications enabling low-latency communication with only little overhead and an easy to use, intuitive API for both Go and JavaScript.

If there’s anyone out there willing to help us and get his/her name engraved into it, please don’t hesitate to reply soon! 🙂

Anyway, thank you for your attention, may the gophers be with you! :wink: