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cgiffard
    @height8 Getting people to give you their IP address is painful.
    cgiffard
      @peteburtis Perhaps. Did they publicly say it was completely new?
      cgiffard
        @height8 Except it *is* like photos on the iPhone—hence the branding change. :)
        cgiffard
          @keita I’m thinking of making a clean break from my old library. :-/
          cgiffard
            @keita It hasn’t finished importing my Aperture library. I have two million photos.
            cgiffard
              @height8 Well it’s not really called photos.app. It’s just called ‘photos’ — but that’s hard to talk about in other contexts.
              cgiffard
                @keita Perhaps. I don’t necessarily find it disconcerting — there’s nothing magical I’m aware of about the iPhoto code that will instantly make a refactored version rubbish/slow/bad/crashy.
                cgiffard
                  I reckon Photos.app is a massive refactor of iPhoto. At the very least it shares some iPhoto code. Why? This message. https://files.app.net/mcg9n5EgF.png
                  waxylinks
                    The Web's Grain: it is what it is   http://bit.ly/1GTm3N4
                    cgiffard
                      @paulkruczynski Also the Adblock maintainers did a few slightly dodgy things recently, allowing advertisers to pay to be exempted from their default blocklists. To the best of my knowledge microblock hasn’t.
                      cgiffard
                        @paulkruczynski So much faster it isn’t even funny. Now my browser isn’t hanging all the time.
                        waxylinks
                          Double Fine Adventure documentary goes public: I've seen every episode, and it's a supremely watchable journey of making a game   http://bit.ly/1GkyXGq
                          cgiffard
                            Monkey patching somebody else’s module is most certainly not ‘isolation’.
                            cgiffard
                              NO! DO NOT TOUCH THIS PIECE OF SHIT >> @newsyc50: Nock – HTTP mocking and expectations library (github.com) http://bit.ly/1DV8tYL
                              cgiffard
                                @bcb @keita No, that’s not what I meant by formal verification. I meant developing a formal proof for your software like what Coq does.
                                cgiffard
                                  @bcb Don’t support the legacy encryption method? @keita
                                  cgiffard
                                    @minego I mean — I don’t think my beard is thick enough on the sides to make a long beard work.
                                    cgiffard
                                      @matigo Grocers’ association? :P