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Denise ([staff profile] denise) wrote2012-07-19 01:04 am

The only real problem...

...with having so many of our contributors here for OSCON is that we have to balance "going to talks and conference sessions to learn awesome things" with "hunkering down on the couches and tables in the hotel lobby and hacking on awesome things".

(Things that people are or have been hacking on this week: image hosting; HTML5/jQuery/responsive-design etc mobile page; "fuzzy" feed matching so there will be fewer duplicate feed accounts and allowing for a "did you mean?" suggestion when creating a feed; extra icon add-ons; the bookmarks/memories overhaul; HTML5, responsive-design site skin; "clean up ALLLLLL the tiny bugs!" (that would be me!); backend/site-reliability stuff; upgrading the code to run on Perl 5.14 ... I'm pretty sure I'm missing stuff, too. Heh.)
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[personal profile] ursamajor 2012-07-19 01:39 pm (UTC)(link)
Oh man, I was just talking about how much easier it would be if Dreamwidth had a useful, usable mobile page and/or iPhone client. (I knowww, open web is best with universal mobile page, I wish there weren't obvious speed differences between mobile web and native client on my phone, but the idea of useful notifs that don't just fill up email clings to me like a barnacle.) But oh wow, ask and ye shall receive, apparently! ♥♥♥ to you all! (Is there a "bug"/feature request open for the mobile page that I missed?)
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[personal profile] kareila 2012-07-19 03:29 pm (UTC)(link)
I don't think it's an existing bug, more like "oooo this HTML5 stuff is shiny! What can we do with it?"
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[personal profile] foxfirefey 2012-07-19 09:53 pm (UTC)(link)
So, I've been toodling around with making mobile page versions. I have a reading page, for instance, and an entry page, but a lot of pages still to do.

If you'd like to see how it's currently going (knowing that it might change), it would be easiest to make an account using your computer if you can:

The invite is "ABCD". Good test content making users to subscribe to: "amy", "foxfirefey", "feylets"

Then, once you are logged in, check out at:

The "Reading Page" works there and not much else at the moment.
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[personal profile] ursamajor 2012-07-20 12:43 am (UTC)(link)
Spiffy! Checking it out now :)