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Product Infra @Discord 👾 JavaScript boy and “lovely thoughtleader” ⌨️ he/him ♂️

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@y_nk @frontendTony @bitandbang @romefrontend Rome supports more than JavaScript. What other terms link HTML, CSS, and JavaScript? @tjcrowder @bobmyers It is a personal project. Discord is not involved in any way and I’m spending my personal time… https://t.co/G7l8c0bCQH @stefanpenner we are all searching for the holy grail @grillorafael How money would even be received. Distribution isn't the most difficult part and isn't a blocker. @grillorafael I don't know, that's not really what I asked.seriously though, i am actually interested in hearing about open source funding models that would allow for full-ti… https://t.co/DHooUi5n2Awell bill gates and jeff bezos have not got back to me so i'm casting out to the community https://t.co/QYVPMspiBR @BillGates @JeffBezos @tim_cook hey boys, could you give me and my friends a few billion so we can work on open sou… https://t.co/X4jj7IRiwb @nparashuram Sorry if I'm ranting. I appreciate you trying to help, especially since I know you aren't even on the… https://t.co/QL4ToL5kSh @nparashuram I'm surprised that Hermes just doesn't output a valid format, and that it isn't documented somewhere.… https://t.co/Axscf7P8zC @nparashuram Yeah the Hermes cpuprofile format just uses sample events, and uses two of them to denote the start an… https://t.co/WxdvGdPN6f @nparashuram Neither devtools, chrome://tracing (which is Catapult, what the linked spec is from), or perfetto unde… https://t.co/3QiS413pxg @nparashuram Good to know, what format does Hermes even output then? What tool is it meant to be read with?
8/14
2020
@seldo @steveklabnik little known secret is that most of the code was written while pairing with zuckTurns out you need to process it with https://t.co/ycLJpDKt76? And it's documented, nowhere? It doesn't even load i… https://t.co/Ph3mKZ0PHw1.6 days https://t.co/zM6iuuwW7E @kevin_vangelder @reactotron Hermes supports the Chrome inspector, so it's still running on device, but seems to be completely broken. @kevin_vangelder @reactotron I have not, but there's nothing in there that wouldn't already be covered via Chrome d… https://t.co/OIuOvEAokU @anneboolean It's hard for people to argue with a cartoon catSampling profiler isn't available for JSC and under Hermes it produces a corrupt .cpuprofile. Very nice.It is basically impossible to profile React Native Android JS. The systrace integration seems to be internal FB onl… https://t.co/deobMF1a6ySignal boosting my private alt @sebmck2 (if I don't follow you, do not request to follow me I swear)Facebook was drilling under the Oregon coast to connect a high-speed cable to Asia earlier this year when an accide… https://t.co/edvIDyUmhJ
Retweeted by SebastianWAIT this is actually ME @am_jedidiah It's already happened.CEOs who should have been CTOs https://t.co/D3aYDVr8oU
8/13
2020
@tesseralis Haha, isn't this fun! It's open source, like you were doing before! Look we even use (private) GitHub r… https://t.co/tedDUdXzbR @tesseralis What the fuck?? Thank you for sharing, I'm sorry you had to go through that. 46 million dollars in fund… https://t.co/qX0k1wVR7zThis thread will serve as a post-mortem on that project, what went wrong, as well as a catalogue of my issues with… https://t.co/5U0dSyS6Op
Retweeted by SebastianOh hey, the new site is up, which means it's time for A Thread about Gatsby (1/??) https://t.co/ozvsEyHqHH
Retweeted by Sebastian @samccone chROME @_jayphelps I raise that bet to $100,000 @rishabh_0x99 @opera I won’t be https://t.co/mtXGduSBMM https://t.co/aucuHZFZVd @zoontek Edge and Opera are basically reskinned ChromeI hate supporting Apple, but not as much as I hate supporting Google lolAs a Firefox user, if I needed to switch to another browser, seems like the only choice to avoid browser monoculture is switch to... Safari?
8/12
2020
@Rich_Harris @romefrontend Forgot to link https://t.co/Xrjsbz93iZ, although it's much less ambitious than what is l… https://t.co/01k5SR0I40 @samccone @Rich_Harris @romefrontend This would only make sense if there was a way to do it without limiting Svelte… https://t.co/wAVFNWlBfh @haoqunjiang I acknowledge I'm debating something that has been legally ambiguities though, so maybe not productive… https://t.co/kcDx0EJp81 @haoqunjiang I think it can still be argued that just having it involved and used at all, while not effecting the l… https://t.co/FUUqmPfn68 @Rich_Harris @romefrontend Yeah I think so. I'm not really sure how it would work. Trying to figure out what the mi… https://t.co/Mb06bFSaDD @mhartington @manekinekko @romefrontend Doesn’t look like it properly supports LSP then! The prefix $/ is explicitl… https://t.co/2Ie9tfhRqn @JakeDohm Yes it’s a known issue and it’s been open on their repo for 2 years. People deserve to be made aware of i… https://t.co/SAdwa5c57L @youyuxi @haoqunjiang As far as I know, it doesn’t matter at all that it’s not included. The license restrictions a… https://t.co/Yp3ATg0n37 @lolpython Don’t think so. The most prominent example of this type of license though is JSON and jshint with “don’t… https://t.co/vvp86CjRTT @Daniel15 No GitHub activity from that user since that issue :Pcc @haoqunjiang who appears to be the current maintainer. Seems like this calls into question the licensing and rig… https://t.co/pRU86G56lo
8/11
2020
Developers think they're being funny and edgy when picking these licenses but are really just perpetuating an immat… https://t.co/WnRFaWMI3JVue CLI has a dependency on the node-ipc package which is licensed under the "don't be a dick" license. Which is no… https://t.co/fJdAjINiUF @jlengstorf @Netlify It’s back! Thank you so much! @ohhoe @jd__andrade I think your point still applies though. If someone is consistently shitting on the community (… https://t.co/bYQUoQnohn @ohhoe @jd__andrade My tweet was a parody of one by Alex Russell. He constantly retorts with "my title isn't devrel… https://t.co/IPOAG9kDUuSorry, let me clarify this tweet: Senior Staff Software Engineers who work on the Chrome team, are actively involve… https://t.co/u0U3I0hQu8https://t.co/xE1xm1kiZS @ooldder https://t.co/hUi1vTtwDrWhen I wished upon a star that all my web development friends would have long & happy careers, developer advocates… https://t.co/ZZT9LJnMgq @bitandbang @romefrontend Nope. It’s a “frontend toolchain” because those are the supported languages. Node code is just JavaScript. @AlexAegis @essenmitsosse @heltir @romefrontend This isn’t a business. If you really want to influence then invest… https://t.co/ze58DJsk10
8/10
2020
@pacman326 @Netlify It’s been 24 hours. @sjroot @Netlify Why would you reply with this lol, are you trying to be a dick? The graph only shows a single log… https://t.co/y6HHeFZTb2"More accurate numbers" and "Better privacy". I guess it is better privacy if there's absolutely nothing logged lol https://t.co/4sPoyqFZW6We have no statistics for the Rome launch because @Netlify Analytics decided to take a shit (this graph is meant to… https://t.co/ub90vwSXYMJust because someone talks from a position of authority doesn't mean they know what they're talking about! @jdan You created a cross-project memeDidn't take long for someone to find the --fieri flag. You get a beautiful image of Guy Fieri in your terminal that… https://t.co/n4J4CEjSCTso many people like to link and reference this xkcd, then act as if they're saying something profound lol https://t.co/cwO0NPTA9L @itsmadou Not sure on both accounts. It wont look anything like Babel because Rome has an immutable AST.
8/9
2020
@rickhanlonii ᴶᵉˢᵗ @heltir @romefrontend Luckily the other tools that fit your use-case still exist then. If you really need custom ru… https://t.co/f2l7lYal8S @heltir @romefrontend Don’t use it thenhttps://t.co/7lF5P8mLz2
Retweeted by Sebastian @_rrdelaney We might have custom rules eventually. It doesn't make sense to run into it. @arpitbharti73 @romefrontend It's back up. @blacksonic86 @romefrontend It's back up.Introducing Rome: A linter for JavaScript and TypeScript. The first in a suite of tools for frontend languages that… https://t.co/u6aS647lz2
Retweeted by SebastianWow, it goes backwards https://t.co/PigBloowcT
8/8
2020
@bharathsrr @romefrontend Thanks! Yeah at the top is frontmatter https://t.co/LbTrjnYzZC and then all the markdown… https://t.co/WB8mxx7ECg @rufat_zeynalli @romefrontend What? @bharathsrr @romefrontend (https://t.co/MJWua62gp5 has more information if you're interested in learning before) @stryju @romefrontend No idea how I didn't notice that... Fixed, thanks! @kuizinas @cpojer @romefrontend What would that have done? @loktar00 @romefrontend Our docs website is the same way! We make zero HTTP requests, everything is inlined, script… https://t.co/Ptvd3v6Col @cpojer @romefrontend What about it? @bharathsrr @romefrontend You’ll find out in 27 hours? @buildsghost @romefrontend 💃💃💃🕺🕺🕺
8/7
2020
@aweary Is it exploitative if they aren't using the work to profit their business? Are contests/competitions the sa… https://t.co/mgZF6GCi4N @samccone 234. Who can drink the most hand sanitizer before vomiting 235. Laughing contest without smiling 236. Who… https://t.co/U8QAwAvJTo
8/6
2020
@cpojer what does that even mean?
8/2
2020
The past few weeks I’ve switched exclusively to Crocs. Not sure how I’ll cope going out into the real world wearing regular shoes. @buildsghost saying ass is what your entire brand is built uponhttps://t.co/025GH70nXH
8/1
2020
@buildsghost Horny on main
7/31
2020
@wongmjane eerie https://t.co/8RHpwjUDns @MylesBorins Try this weekend 😉 @MylesBorins Yeah, the main reason I completely butchered the styling! They copy is still extremely rough and we ar… https://t.co/cIIDaXMdZq @MylesBorins Thanks! Add the ?veryfunny querystring for the boring version... @MylesBorins Omg I love it @stefanpenner @_jayphelps don't give me ideas now @_jayphelps yeah everyone thinks i'm a furry nowDid you know that https://t.co/4GfMVbO7Ch is under construction???
7/29
2020

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