1. Post #2521
    italian
    TerabyteS_'s Avatar
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    http://guides.rubyonrails.org/ is a pretty good resource in itself, doesn't make me feel the need to get a book.

    Edited:

    To further support my argument, can you identify which one of these two is the svg version of the logo and which one is the bitmap version?

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  2. Post #2522
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    the modular pattern or caching lookups?
    the fact that every time you create an object you're recreating all the methods for it
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  3. Post #2523
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    the fact that every time you create an object you're recreating all the methods for it
    They only get created once since the function is being called immediately. How would you do it anyway?
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  4. Post #2524
    italian
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    I just compiled a gallery of all the 70 iterations of VOZE's torrent page. Enjoy.
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  5. Post #2525
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    To further support my argument, can you identify which one of these two is the svg version of the logo and which one is the bitmap version?

    Left is bitmap?
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  6. Post #2526
    italian
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    Left is bitmap?
    Nope! The one on the left is the SVG version!
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  7. Post #2527
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    when are you releasing 70? can't wait
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  8. Post #2528
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    Nope! The one on the left is the SVG version!
    SVG is usually supposed to look better right?
    Because the right one looks way better around the O.
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  9. Post #2529
    italian
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    SVG is usually supposed to look better right?
    Because the right one looks way better around the O.
    I disagree, I think the SVG version looks sharper.
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  10. Post #2530
    SVG looks more pixelated along the edges of the V and Z and the center of the O.
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  11. Post #2531
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    This is my work in progress wiki written in Python and Flask.
    As of now, you use HTML, but I'll add my own wiki formatting soon enough.
    (Yes, I had to include some famous (in) Facepunch WAYWO folks).
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  12. Post #2532
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    The GMod main menu, recoded using AngularJS (only the top 2 links on the left work right now)
    Might be a long shot, but the ability to have a custom icon on each server's information would be very cool. (example being the server providers logo or a community icon)
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  13. Post #2533
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    I disagree, I think the SVG version looks sharper.
    What are you rendering that on? It looks much sharper and clearer on the actual design.

    Edited:

    In other news I wrote an SVG compressor that removes default properties, comments and whitespace. Reduces a 2KB file into a 1KB file, not much but in comparison to the original file size it's a big difference.
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  14. Post #2534
    DPRKFC
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    For my Garry's Mod server, I just wrote a web application that can start, stop and restart the server from any computer. As of now, it's pretty insecure but it works perfectly!

    It's really not that pretty, I don't even have valid HTML.

    When I get around to it, I'll make it pretty.
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  15. Post #2535
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    I just compiled a gallery of all the 70 iterations of VOZE's torrent page. Enjoy.
    Oh wow, that's actually pretty neat.
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  16. Post #2536
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    They only get created once since the function is being called immediately. How would you do it anyway?
    is this some pattern for writing classes or what

    i didn't read the code in the link because it was so poorly presented
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  17. Post #2537
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    is this some pattern for writing classes or what

    i didn't read the code in the link because it was so poorly presented
    Pretty much. I think the presentation got messed up, oh well.
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  18. Post #2538
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    Pretty much. I think the presentation got messed up, oh well.
    if it is a pattern for writing classes, it's retarded because unless you want your 'private variables' to be shared amongst all instances of the class, it'll still use a lot more memory than necessary per instance
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  19. Post #2539
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    May 2008
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    is this some pattern for writing classes or what

    i didn't read the code in the link because it was so poorly presented
    No need to be so arrogant.
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  20. Post #2540
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    I was thinking about putting the project description and name in the lightbox.
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  21. Post #2541
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    I just compiled a gallery of all the 70 iterations of VOZE's torrent page. Enjoy.
    Fascinating to see the design process like this. As usual, looking beautiful :)
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  22. Post #2542
    Emz
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    I was thinking about putting the project description and name in the lightbox.
    To be picky some of the items listed under "languages" aren't actually languages. In regards to the design I quite enjoy its simplicity.
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  23. Post #2543
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    You mean XNA?
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  24. Post #2544
    secretly a furry
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    To be picky some of the items listed under "languages" aren't actually languages. In regards to the design I quite enjoy its simplicity.
    They're all languages, whether they're programming or markup languages is debatable.

    Edited:

    Besides XNA.
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  25. Post #2545
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    You could just replace "languages" with "things" in there and it could work.
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  26. Post #2546
    RUBY OVERLORD
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    No need to be so arrogant.
    i'm a rubyist
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  27. Post #2547
    Here's my try at a WebM player: http://www.novaember.com/main/news/
    Any suggestions/comments? (I'll optimize it later)
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  28. Post #2548
    What is the best way to encrypt passwords?

    Edited:

    Automerge, wtf?
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  29. Post #2549
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    What is the best way to encrypt passwords?

    Edited:

    Automerge, wtf?

    You are not meant to encrypt passwords, but to hash them.

    Something like SHA2 should work.
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  30. Post #2550
    You are not meant to encrypt passwords, but to hash them.

    Something like SHA2 should work.
    Yeah, I meant hash.

    Fuck, my webhoster doesn't have mysqli..
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  31. Post #2551
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    What is the best way to encrypt passwords?

    bcrypt > SHA family: http://throwingfire.com/storing-pass...passwordhashes
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  32. Post #2552
    italian
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    Yeah, I meant hash.

    Fuck, my webhoster doesn't have mysqli..
    bcrypt go
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  33. Post #2553
    bcrypt go
    Got it

    Btw, I asked my webhoster to enable mysqli and he did! Such a nice guy.
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  34. Post #2554
    italian
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    Got it

    Btw, I asked my webhoster to enable mysqli and he did! Such a nice guy.
    Great now ask him to disable php
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  35. Post #2555
    DPRKFC
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    I wrote a log viewer for SRCDS with Flask and Python.
    I absolutely love Python.

    Edit:


    Damn automerge!
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  36. Post #2556
    DPRKFC
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    automerge broke
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  37. Post #2557
    Automerge hates time
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  38. Post #2558
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    November 2011
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    Yeah, I meant hash.

    Fuck, my webhoster doesn't have mysqli..
    get a better web host
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  39. Post #2559
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    Great now ask him to disable php
    Even after playing with RoR, I must say, deployment and even development is simpler in PHP.
    Thing about PHP, if you want to make something quick and small, it takes you a second.
    Contrary to that, if you want to make something quick and small in RoR, it will take much much longer.

    Also, PHP has the power to create big things, sure, it's not as scalable as RoR, but it still cuts the job.

    Lastly, really, I would use RoR if they really made the deployment as simple as PHPs, or heck, at least simpler than it is now. I don't want a god damn VPS to host my websites, just give me a shared webhost in which I could simply upload the files and it will do everything else automatically.
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  40. Post #2560
    Pass along
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    Even after playing with RoR, I must say, deployment and even development is simpler in PHP.
    Thing about PHP, if you want to make something quick and small, it takes you a second.
    Contrary to that, if you want to make something quick and small in RoR, it will take much much longer.
    I'm using RoR and I'm not sure how it makes anything longer... it should actually speed up the process as you know where is what and there is no doubt about it. ( Or shouldn't be if you correctly separated everything. )
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