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14 Apr 2021
@Ward:matrix.orgWardhttps://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000tskb15:12:54
@Ward:matrix.orgWard * I became aware of this work in a bbc podcast though I was familiar of the landmark work years ago published in book form as "Bowling Alone". Same author looks at a longer timescale and concludes we have been here before.15:13:09
@Ward:matrix.orgWardI became interested in technology enabled community in the 1960s. I listened to amateur radio operators congregate and discuss nothing in particular. Who were these people and how did they all happen to have two-way radios? Radio operators don't really do this anymore and the curves above might suggest how this has happened.15:17:42
@Ward:matrix.orgWardHere are some landmarks in my own thinking of computer aided community where people can find each other and talk about pretty much anything.15:39:27
@Ward:matrix.orgWard1977 http://c2.com/ward/morse/SimNet/15:40:27
@Ward:matrix.orgWard1997 http://c2.com/doc/FolkMemory.pdf15:41:01
@Ward:matrix.orgWard2014 http://splash.fed.wiki.org/15:43:45
@Ward:matrix.orgWardI mention Turing and Sagan who straddle the peak of "we" in this recent attempt to redefine fitness. http://code.fed.wiki/flourishing-of-the-playful.html15:51:28
@Ward:matrix.orgWard1948 Turing 1972 Sagan15:53:18
@Ward:matrix.orgWardData, graphs and social capital. We'll video chat about these and other dev/user news starting in 15 minutes. https://zoom.us/j/619897150?pwd=M1d3WjJYc2x3NEcwQnZyWDYwaHhsQT0916:44:37
@Ward:matrix.orgWardOn our call this morning I asked folks to solve a sudoku or two on my edge hosted game now instrumented with New Relic's generous free tier. The code I added is in github and linked from the game. https://sudokuku@deno.dev21:03:01
@Ward:matrix.orgWardI logged the inbound client id and saw 10 of which one was mine. 21:04:14
@Ward:matrix.orgWard
173.175.119.135   203
174.16.126.70   140
2605:a601:a634:b000:a1cf:ba5d:314b:e820   41
2a00:23c7:c60c:3701:c0f3:c3c6:29b9:b878   37
159.203.254.26   36   bay.wiki.org
178.128.62.228   36
92.237.8.154   17
2607:9880:2498:18f:31d3:264a:da85:634d   4
92.12.2.251   2
2601:602:0:9ab0:e4f1:61b9:4801:f927.   2
21:04:26
@Ward:matrix.orgWardI was surprised to see IP6 addresses in there. What's that about?21:05:32
@Ward:matrix.orgWardHave I not seen them before simply because I don't offer IP6 in my DNS registrations?21:06:30
15 Apr 2021
@Ward:matrix.orgWardThis morning I complained that the EXIF extractor I used had trouble reading strings in memory. I may have found a solution in terms of an object called Blob. https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/Blob01:51:13
@Ward:matrix.orgWardI only encountered this reading the release notes for deno 1.9. https://deno.com/blog/v1.9#blob-url-support-%26-improvements-to-fetch01:52:23
@Ward:matrix.orgWardhttp://js.ward.asia.wiki.org/whats-with-blobs.html02:14:53
@Ward:matrix.orgWard * I only encountered this reading the release notes for deno 1.9. https://deno.com/blog/v1.9#blob-url-support-%26-improvements-to-fetch02:37:18
@Robert.Best:matrix.orgrobert.best

after our call yesterday, it made me wonder if there might be the possibility for an Imagemagick plugin, similar to the graphviz one...

I was looking into learning imagemagick in recent days, so it was exciting to see fortyfoxes playing with it

17:06:47
@Robert.Best:matrix.orgrobert.best *

after our call yesterday, it made me wonder if there might be the possibility for an Imagemagick plugin, similar to the graphviz one...

I was looking into learning imagemagick in recent days, so it was excited to see fortyfoxes playing with it

17:07:09
@Robert.Best:matrix.orgrobert.best *

after our call yesterday, it made me wonder if there might be the possibility for an Imagemagick plugin, similar to the graphviz one...

I was looking into learning imagemagick in recent days, so it was exciting to see fortyfoxes playing with it

17:16:42
@Robert.Best:matrix.orgrobert.bestThe latest chrome version is now HTTPS by default21:44:11
@Ward:matrix.orgWardhttps, a tragedy that will be remembered for the rest of history.23:10:32
@Ward:matrix.orgWardsudokuku.deno.dev/new still works and charts one way forward.23:14:47
16 Apr 2021
@Paul90:matrix.orgpaul90I don't see Chrome 90 using HTTPS by default... but FloC will be of more concern...15:33:06
@Paul90:matrix.orgpaul90https://www.theregister.com/2021/04/14/browser_makers_reject_google_floc/15:40:45
@Paul90:matrix.orgpaul90EFF has a site that will let you know if you are one of Google's guinea pigs - https://amifloced.org/15:53:23
@Ward:matrix.orgWardI asked my twitter followers to try out sudoku. 200 respondents were routed to 20 distinct deno-deploy servers. I've looked up the client IP addresses in order to see what regions are served by each. http://ward.asia.wiki.org/deno-server-starts.html23:48:12
17 Apr 2021
@christopherreay:matrix.orgchristopherreaywhat's the problem with https?07:32:04

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