In an #indieweb environment where everyone hosts their own comments, what happens to the their turf/own turf thing? Or is it more of a question of how the user agent in use displays interlinking content (and what blocking tools it offers)?
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aral hideous. That makes me more embarrassed to be a PHP dev than all the bad rep it has as a language. And they're teaching SVN! It gets worse :(
jack_way cheers, I thought it might be too generic but looks like it’s the best choice.
I love that #php now has shiny namespacing and a thriving code sharing community, but I think the heavily hierarchical namespacing practises used by some of the community (e.g. symfony components) are unhealthy.
They are difficult to memorise, relying on (often slow) IDE autocomplete, and encourage a
use statement for each class. That’s pretty much a scoped equivalent of
from x import * in python — not a good practise! It’s still namespace pollution, it just takes longer to write.
I am trying to use a more python–like, package-centred approach with much fewer subnamespaces. The outcome of this should be that you
use the package name:
…and then using all the classes/subnamespaces from that root, e.g:
$t = Posse\Helpers::convertHtmlToTwitterFormat($s);
Question: What #HTTP Status code should I use for “You haven’t provided enough/correct information to carry out that method”? Currently I’m thinking
422 Unprocessable Entity.
Context: POST request to a list resource for the creation of a new sub-resource.
I thought this was the funniest thing I'd read in a long time, but as I started to follow the links, I realised it’s actually serious. I am heartily tempted to unsubscribe from the fedsocweb community group knowing the perpetrators of this… “material” hang around there.
Or, maybe it’s a big joke and I’m not getting it. Perhaps.
Active Boredom: the state of being consciously bored but (usually) unable to otherwise divert yourself, as opposed to passive boredom, which is more of a subconsious feeling that something new should be happening soon. #definition
superfeedr yeah, there’s a weird bug where logging in only works the second time round — I haven’t fixed it yet as I rarely have to log in! At the mo there is little benefit to others logging in but I may add private content/collaborative features in the future. Crowd-sourced typo fixing FTW ;)