@indie not working in FF 31 or Nightly 34.0a1 OS X 10.9.4 due to patent-encumbered encoding, screenshots:
See notes on https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTML/Supported_media_formats#Browser_compatibility for more details
Vimeo actively blames users for using free software, do not recommend.
@anna_debenham hrm, an interesting idea, I wonder how they plan on measuring how long people read for though?
@thatemil what, by making it so large that the elements come out of the screen and go behind the user? Can that be animated?
@schussman great work getting webmention comments set up on your site, and thanks for the kind words about my microformats2 blog post — good to know it was helpful :)
@aaronpk oooh really? Which libraries? I looked a while ago and couldn’t find any, though it looks like it can be done with the new Web Audio APIs…
@zachinglis Mozilla is awesome, previous indiewebcamps have been sponsored by all sorts of projects and organisations including MIT, Esri, &yet, Bridgy, Known, NYT, Superfeedr, trrst, etc. Google has been kind enough to provide money for lunch on several occasions.
@capybaraparty agreed, no Jenga is ever “too loud”
@nickcharlton if this is at work I’d take that as a possible sign you need something more interesting to work on :)
@jkphl I’ll be at dConstruct and IWC, looking forward to meeting you!
@kylewm I especially like the way Shaun just hangs there plaintively, accepting his fate with the wry sarcastic humour that only Aardman can make a barely-vocalizing character emote.
@kissane oh wow, that’s quite a collection — thanks!