Cool, did you open a pull request ?
Really excited about how this is starting to shape up. Pair coded with Matt Mikey Mix (m-cubed?). Mikey on rowing the code boat, Matt on asking ALL the questions, Mix on asking which are the relevant questions.
I'm going to try closing this
rad! I didn't understand the
Saw your demo you posted in slack, looks good. Are you using xhr in the browser?
ARG. I think this breaks the branch dropdown
@cel would love a review on this (in case you missed it)
With patchwork, people prefer running it in a browser, because then they get tabs
data-point : I never use patch(work|bay) in a browser for todos. I always used 'read' and 'unread', and while it existed 'bookmark' and read that way. Not to say tabs aren't good - I like them in patchbay for sure (it's the only way you can see a thread). Maybe you have data on numbers of people, but blankety claims can tend to sound more like biases <3
AAARRR, just got the same error when trying to update substack's cyberwizard-letters : ssb://%6nsHTcWJ3IuXPiFSr4lz3NEROnHGQEu36kjYHTKrWes=.sha256
I' pulled it a month ago or so, and now when pulling I get the same error :
npacking objects: 100% (53/53), done. error: Could not read 7e5857719f552f27139a6fa32825bdea3a50da8b fatal: revision walk setup failed error: ssb://%6nsHTcWJ3IuXPiFSr4lz3NEROnHGQEu36kjYHTKrWes=.sha256 did not send all necessary objects
werps - pull-hyperscript added as a dependency now (it is on npm ... or should have been when you looked, it's been up for 24 hours, unlcear about time stamps)
yeah I've seen the diff info lag and will look into it.
- I'm also seeing on this PR a really wacky looking output below first post. I think it might be a private message I sent you referencing this thread.
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