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Progression. [Aug. 16th, 2006|10:14 pm]
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robinesque
(22:12:54) minitoar: the brian
(22:13:09) Jesse: the felipe
(22:13:27) minitoar: the soft taco
(22:13:40) Jesse: the tostada
(22:13:57) minitoar: the mexican pizza
(22:14:10) Jesse: the international space station
(22:14:13) minitoar: the game
(22:14:22) Jesse: the socialarc development rate
(22:14:26) minitoar: hahahahahah
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(no subject) [Jul. 23rd, 2006|01:51 am]
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robinesque
(1:38:40 AM) Jesse: you should be able
(1:38:41 AM) Jesse: to tag aim convos
(1:38:46 AM) minitoar: plugin time.
(1:39:08 AM) minitoar: better yet
(1:39:15 AM) minitoar: I want to be able to highlight part of an aim convo
(1:39:21 AM) minitoar: right click -> POST TO MY LJZORSE
(1:39:27 AM) Jesse: lol
(1:39:28 AM) Jesse: well
(1:39:30 AM) Jesse: Frank can do part of that
(1:39:34 AM) minitoar: yes
(1:39:46 AM) Jesse: just copy-paste into a tab with the LJ Bot
(1:40:08 AM) minitoar: interesting point
(1:40:13 AM) minitoar: he's on jabber?
(1:40:16 AM) Jesse: yep!
(1:40:19 AM) Jesse: he auto-adds you, too
(1:40:21 AM) minitoar: what server?
(1:40:37 AM) Jesse: just login to robinesque@livejournal.com
(1:40:44 AM) Jesse: with their jabberd
(1:41:22 AM) Jesse: and talk to frank
(1:41:24 AM) minitoar: brilliant.
(1:41:28 AM) minitoar: okay, anyways
(1:41:33 AM) minitoar: POTENTIAL CODE NAMES:
(1:41:33 AM) Jesse: despite his simplicity, he's quite handy
(1:41:40 AM) minitoar: Rust
(1:41:42 AM) minitoar: Tumbleweed
(1:41:56 AM) minitoar: oh, relational user statistics tracker?
(1:42:01 AM) Jesse: yea
(1:42:04 AM) Jesse: WHILE WE'RE AT IT:
(1:42:13 AM) Jesse: computers named 'gonzo', 'brain', 'slippy', and 'falco'
(1:42:27 AM) minitoar: oh, yeah. but seriously: code names.
(1:42:38 AM) minitoar: RUST (relational user statistics tracker), tumbleweed
(1:42:47 AM) minitoar: then we had like..sabre of guillotine or something?
(1:42:51 AM) Jesse: yea
(1:42:52 AM) Jesse: sabre
(1:42:53 AM) Jesse: crossbow
(1:42:56 AM) Jesse: gallows
(1:42:58 AM) minitoar: oh, yeah! crossbow
(1:43:02 AM) minitoar: I don't like gallows now though
(1:43:08 AM) minitoar: well. maybe.
(1:43:15 AM) Jesse: not a huge fan
(1:43:19 AM) Jesse: it's not as sick as crossbow
(1:43:19 AM) minitoar: yeah
(1:43:21 AM) minitoar: for sure.
(1:43:29 AM) Jesse: 'glaive' is decent too
(1:43:32 AM) minitoar: okay, I'm editing this and posting it to frank.
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(no subject) [Jul. 18th, 2006|08:02 am]
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robinesque
So now that I've got rake working properly (as apparently whoever wrote the Gentoo ebuild decided to put -w on the shebang for rake, which causes ruby to hemmorhage errors), I've decided to write my own authentication system. Upsides: coolness factor, I'll know exactly how it works, more easily maintainable, and it'll be more customized for my needs. Downsides: I might not do everything in the most secure way, and it might take me a day or two to finish it.
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(no subject) [Jul. 15th, 2006|11:42 am]
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robinesque
After experincing a day and a half of Apache being extremely fickle, I've decided to try a different solution: Pound, the proxy and load balancer built specifically for mongrel (which I have been incredibly happy with). I am emerging it right now, and we'll see how it goes. If this works well, which I suspect it will, I think we'll be running our production code on this setup.
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(no subject) [Jul. 14th, 2006|01:50 pm]
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robinesque
So that took considerably longer than I had hoped. But Apache is now succesfully load balancing and proxying 4 mongrel servers across two machines. This can easily be scaled to as many machines as I'd like. Well, now that is working I suppose I should actually start writing some code, right?
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(no subject) [Jul. 13th, 2006|12:34 pm]
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robinesque
Since I have Apache and Lighty and fcgi all playing nice together, I figure it's juuusst about time to shake it up a bit. I want to try out apache mod_proxy_balance and mongrel with rails. That sounds insanely complicated and fun AND it involves more memcache, which my current setup has none of. Wish me luck!
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(no subject) [Jul. 12th, 2006|04:19 pm]
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robinesque
Vlad is currently running Lighty behind Apache (on Brig). Vlad is also running mysql and some fastcgi processes. Blue is also running some fastcgi processes which Lighty (on Vlad) is utilizing. That was a pain in the ass to setup, for apparently Lighty does not do DNS resolution in it's server config. As such, when I told it to use "the fastcgi process listening on blue:8000," it couldn't figure out what 'blue' was, so it failed. Silently. Until I turned on fastcgi.debug = 3, at which point it complained it couldn't figure out what blue was. So I had to put in blue's IP, and now it works. Fantastic.
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socialarc [Jul. 6th, 2006|07:12 am]
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robinesque
So I guess this community should be called SocialArc dev now, as I recently regged the domain 'socialarc.com' with godaddy. The reason I chose godaddy was they allow users to set alternative dns servers (I'm using zoneedit) so that we have complete control over DNS records (which means we can have the domain point at our little farm). Unfortunately, because of the way DNS is we're gonna have to wait a good day or two before the changes have propogated fully, and therefore we're going to have to wait to actually setup our farm to reflect the domains as such.
I'm also working on getting us an SSL cert (from a free provider); though this is a special provider that actually registers themselves so they don't fault on the 'not recognized ssl' error firefox is so prone to giving.
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(no subject) [Jul. 3rd, 2006|04:17 pm]
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robinesque
(4:15:06 PM) minitoar: Dad put me on the payroll for like, $400
(4:15:08 PM) minitoar: it seriously pwns.
(4:15:11 PM) Jesse: nice
(4:15:24 PM) Jesse: use it to buy us a domain with dns hosting
(4:15:28 PM) minitoar: DO YOU KNOW HOW MANY COMPUTERS WE COULD BUY WITH THAT
(4:15:40 PM) minitoar: http://google.com/search?q=400/3
(4:15:43 PM) minitoar: THATS HOW MANY
(4:15:51 PM) Jesse: rofl
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(no subject) [Jul. 3rd, 2006|03:12 pm]
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robinesque
(3:09:13 PM) Jesse: I know i'm ranting
(3:09:20 PM) Jesse: but I can't get over how goddamn handy this door is
(3:09:41 PM) minitoar: how goddamn handy is it?
(3:10:24 PM) Jesse: on a scale of 'ergonomic grip' to 'infinite easily-accessible energy generator', i'd put it somewhere around 'really convenient'
(3:10:51 PM) minitoar: that truly was a full spectrum right there.
(3:10:53 PM) minitoar: well thought out.
(3:10:57 PM) Jesse: :)
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