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Sam Ruby

intertwingly. Search. It's just data. Angular.rb update. Sun 01 Dec 2013 at 15:26. It does indeed turn out that language macros can reduce the amount of ...

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  • Sam Ruby: Web Components

    intertwingly.net 03 Feb '15, 2am

    Oh awesome! Yes this talk is a big work-in-progress as the story unfolds. Key points where indeed key: Angular, Polymer and React all should be regarded as somewhat risky. YUI did have a good run but, in contrast, Dojo is still running. Facebook has stated to me that they want to see ...

  • Sam Ruby: RFC 3986bis

    intertwingly.net 18 Jan '15, 7am

    RFC 3986bis Sat 17 Jan 2015 at 18:55 TL;DR: URL parsers consume URLs and generate URIs. Such URIs are not RFC 3986 complaint. I’d like to fix that. - - - Let’s talk a bit about nomenclature. On the web, particularly in places like values of attributes named href , there are things tha...

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  • Sam Ruby: Ununzippable Modern.IE

    intertwingly.net 09 Jan '15, 11am

    Antón Molleda suggested that I try downloading the Windows version. I couldn’t figure out how to get to that option from my MacBook, didn’t want to download it to my Win 8.1 VM, and I couldn’t figure out how to copy a download link from IE (in particular, copy shortcut followed by a p...

  • Sam Ruby: Apple Apostasy

    intertwingly.net 11 Jan '15, 5pm

    My experience is that when working with open source codebases, doing so on an Linux operating system comes much closer to “It just works” than doing so on any other. Stands to reason, given that most FOS developers seem to have the philosophy, “Compiles and runs on Linux? Let’s ship!”...

  • Sam Ruby: URL Work Status

    intertwingly.net 11 Jan '15, 2pm

    URL Work Status Sun 11 Jan 2015 at 14:46 I have test results that show that there is much work to be done. The most likely path forward at this point is to get representatives from browser vendors into a room and go through these results and make recommendations. This likely will happ...

  • Sam Ruby: The URL Mess

    intertwingly.net 16 Sep '14, 6pm

    The URL Mess Tue 16 Sep 2014 at 18:49 tl;dr : shipping is a feature"; getting the URL feature well-defined should not block HTML5 given the nature of the HTML5 reference to the URL spec. — This is a subject desperately in need of an elevator pitch. From my perspective, here are the th...

  • Sam Ruby: Ununzippable Modern.IE

    intertwingly.net 08 Jan '15, 12pm

    Ununzippable Modern.IE Thu 08 Jan 2015 at 11:55 I’ve downloaded the multi-part zip archive for IE11 on Win10 for VirtualBox on OS/X from modern.ie . I’ve downloaded the single-file archive on both OS/X and Linux. I’ve verified the md5 signatures for each. Yet each time, when I try to ...

  • Sam Ruby: WHATWG/W3C Collaboration

    intertwingly.net 21 Nov '14, 5pm

    Agree to the production of planned snapshots. And by that I mean byte-for-byte copies. As a part of this that would mean the identification of "items at risk" at early stages of the process, and the potential removal of these items later in the process. These snapshots will need to me...

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