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cgiffard
    GraphQL wants compliant servers to coerce scalar values on demand, but is scant on details about actual coercion behaviour. I’d be in favour of just rejecting queries with incorrect field datatypes.
    cgiffard
      I wonder whether it’s possible to use a combination of, say RAML (et al) and GraphQL? RAML for specifying endpoints for traditional style requests, and GraphQL, for, well, GraphQL.
      cgiffard
        And from the GraphQL.js repo: “For discussion, join #graphql on Discord.” So not only are we sending our public discussion to centralised chat fiefdoms, we’re also doing so in a particularly unhelpful and fragmented way? Is Discord the new black?
        cgiffard
          @martinicat The womens’ surfing only exists in computers now? :P
          cgiffard
            “check the GraphQL slack channel for discussion” How about put your discussion in a web/search accessible location? Sick of everything being locked in Slack.
            cgiffard
              @martinicat It was the slice-of-life stuff that sold it, not the huge, exploding set pieces and comically sinister mountains rising from the mist. But with 1TB of RAM, for better hair geometry, wow.
              cgiffard
                @martinicat Still, as I played through the epilogue (and the epilogue in particular) last night, I felt like it had crossed some kind of realism threshold where everything felt… particularly believable, and incredibly immersive.
                cgiffard
                  @martinicat Even the best modern graphics hardware money can buy isn’t even close to being powerful enough to satisfy the ambitions of game engine developers. This is a pro product for now, but I fully anticipate seeing GPUs with 128GB of RAM soon.
                  clarkgoble
                    USB-C problematic? http://mjtsai.com/blog/2016/07/24/2016-macbook-two-months-later/ I’m honestly not surprised. So much depends upon both cable but also lifetime of connectors. We’ll see how they perform over years.
                    cgiffard
                      @muncman @33mhz Here’s hoping! Pretty crazy that ADN is still hanging on!
                      cgiffard
                        @clarkgoble Loads of flakiness with my Macbook. I’ve had three of them now.
                        cgiffard
                          @morrick I’ve read one of your minigrooves before and really enjoyed it! Looking forward to reading more.
                          morrick
                            I write about tech, but I also write fiction. My 2 volumes of short stories are available on the iBooks Store and Kindle Store. More information here: http://morrick.me/archives/7682
                            cgiffard
                              @pme Damn. I hope you're OK.