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bryanjclark
    @tewha and I learned that returning a zero-height section header in a UITableViewStyleGrouped can result in the default 35-point height. :(
    bryanjclark
      @joanna it's certainly require a big event - like a new backer project, or something crazy terrible happening elsewhere. // @rabryst
      bryanjclark
        @joanna yeah, that'd be neat. I figure, give it time, maybe the pendulum swings back, or someone tries a new stab at this concept. // @rabryst
        bryanjclark
          @rabryst because it's not where the conversation is anymore :/ To be more specific, I miss the way this place was about a year ago.
          bryanjclark
            Some days, I really miss this place.
            objectivec
              SquareSignals: XOXO'13-induced psychological damage: I just returned from XOXO 2014. My friends have been aski... http://t.co/ORVRpQXkBj
              bryanjclark
                @davmendels yeah I just made the jump, too.
                bryanjclark
                  @michaelmitchell it is and it isn't. From our analytics, we can see that there really aren't many people using it (or app.net in general), but: I'm working on a Twitter port at the moment. Who knows what the future holds, though!
                  bryanjclark
                    @lonelybob thanks very much! I love Castro, it's completely one of our reference points in the design. I often favor lightweight browsing over heavy utility :)
                    bryanjclark
                      @abraham the bummer part is, from what I can tell looking at the numbers, the near-entirety of remaining traffic is bots/IFTTT/Buffer/PourOver. (Bots didn't care about the SotU blog post, but people did.)
                      bryanjclark
                        @shawnthroop I use Trello to structure out large plots of dev work; GitHub issues for bugs and small features; and an "App Idea" tag in Day One when I come up with something completely new.
                        bryanjclark
                          The high temp in Seattle is pretty harsh, but nothing beats that clean, sweet smell in the evening.