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Mike Pennisi May 25
Replying to @borismus @mathias
is full of interesting discussion about such considerations
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Mike Pennisi May 25
Replying to @borismus @mathias
Though at that point, "user agent" starts to feel like a misnomer.
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Mike Pennisi May 24
Replying to @borismus @mathias
For the "dismissal" case, rejection seems appropriate since the user cannot accept after that moment. Timing out raises concerns for reacting to delayed responses. If the UA rejects the promise on its own, it should also close the dialog.
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Mike Pennisi May 23
is really neat! Small thing: the link in the repository's metadata is incorrect.
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Mike Pennisi May 14
Hi Alice! I'd love to talk with you about improving the web-platform-tests documentation. Would you mind sending me your e-mail address?
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Mike Pennisi May 9
Hey Ben! I'd like to talk a bit about WASM, but I can't find your e-mail address. Would you mind messaging it to me?
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Mike Pennisi Apr 29
Hey Jen, I'd like to send you a message, but is down
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Mike Pennisi Apr 22
Replying to @dietrich
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Mike Pennisi Apr 8
I'll toast to that
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Mike Pennisi Apr 8
Replying to @ajpiano
"Prove it."
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Mike Pennisi Apr 8
Which bizarro future would be better for society? Only one web browser, and it's open source, or three distinct closed-source browsers?
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Mike Pennisi Apr 8
What would you say if I told you that I have a bowl of dough that I can make rise on demand?
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Mike Pennisi Apr 3
Replying to @borismus
Thinking. I've had the ball in our swap for way too long...
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Mike Pennisi Apr 2
For me, the decentralized web is as conceptually exciting as it is technically intimidating. 's talk from FOSDEM strikes a great balance between technical detail and strategy. We web developers need to get involved!
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Mike Pennisi Mar 31
I'm looking forward to reading Steve's take on the next thing, but I'm not ready to count free software out. We might be watching a pendulum, not an evolution.
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Mike Pennisi Mar 31
"Open source" isn't a movement; it's a strategy. It's no wonder that new devs don't share an ideology: their industry has internalized the practices and shaved off the morals. (1/2)
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Mike Pennisi Mar 31
I almost missed your reading review for 2018--verynice! (Also, the link to "Impro" is incorrect)
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Mike Pennisi Mar 24
Replying to @dietrich
Thank you, and congratulations! I'm really excited for what's next :)
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Mike Pennisi Mar 21
Is it possible to get the "Grant" button for all of my organizations?
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Mike Pennisi Mar 20
Replying to @torgo
This is great! I have some thoughts that won't fit in a tweet. Would you mind DMing me your e-mail address?
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