@fraying we saw some being selectively tested, documented them here: http://indiewebcamp.com/reply-context#Twitter_home_page
Personally I dislike the current design more for the changes in directionality without clear delineation, but the blue lines are weird too.
Spent the morning caving with Snorri — the world under the lava fields is even crazier than the surface!
The texture of the caves (or more accurately lava/magma tubes) is extremely different to the water-formed caves back in the UK. There is a crazy mixture of jagged edges and smooth edges, caused by the magma cooling at different rates.
The layered structure of the systems is as obvious in macro as it is close up — the smallest rocks have clearly defined layers, as do the caves themselves. Often it looks like the roof is in mid-collapse as one layer peels off another; on a rock shelf pieces of smooth ceiling rock lie centimetres from their original position.
Although it looks scary to have pieces of ceiling lying around, in reality this is all pretty much frozen in place, as most of the collapsing will have taken place within a year after the cave’s formation, thousands of years ago.
The colours are as striking and numerous as the shapes. It’s a pity they’re all locked up where light seldom reaches — caves are colour prisons.
Aral Balkan looking forward to reading it and trying out your implementation :) #selfdogfooding
Aaron Parecki have you seen Brian Suda’s work on boarding passes? optional.is/required/2010/05/25/papernet-boarding-pass/
I get a little annoyed at #python every now and again (grr package management) but then I come across things like nested tuple unpacking which are just so lovely they make up for it:
for i, (key, value) in enumerate(list_of_tuples): print i, key, value
Aaron Parecki I just got original post discovery working too — and with any luck this post will successfully POSSE the reply to twitter (something I’ve been faking so far).
@thatEmil woah, amazing! I’m getting a bit of an early Ghibli vibe from some of the ones further down.
Aral Balkan damned escaping bugs. Need to fix that one.
Aral Balkan ahem > 80,000 tweets ahem
@benwerd I really want to help fund that project but would rather not pay for proprietary software to be built.
id attribute isn’t good enough for RDFa ‘lite’, apparently it needs the new
Everyone else in the office is on the phone. Time for a rice cake. With chocolate. And peanut butter.