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Matt Gaunt
Developer Programs Engineer @ Google working on web.
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Matt Gaunt Aug 15
Replying to @kosamari @ChromiumDev
Yeah, deleted my extension and I can't do anything about it :(
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Matt Gaunt Aug 15
Replying to @ChromiumDev
"Be the change you want to see in the world" *deep breath...installs other browser*
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Matt Gaunt Aug 15
. Can y'all fix the Chrome Extension / App support email process please. Receiving an email with no option to reach a human is a poor experience.
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Matt Gaunt Aug 13
Replying to @kosamari
"the algorithm knows best" *waving hands making spooky noises*
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Sam Saccone Aug 11
Hierarchy of any implementation: 1. Correct 2. Simple 3. Fast ------ Be wary of the temptation to flip 2 and 3. Fast is great but if you can never touch the code again what is the point?
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Matt Gaunt Aug 10
Replying to @DasSurma @tivrfoa
I just mocha if im doing web otherwise I use ava
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Matt Gaunt Aug 10
Replying to @g0leary
You should be able to, are you able to trigger it via curl?
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Matt Gaunt Aug 3
Im not proud of the monster I helped raise.
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Jeff Posnick Aug 1
You're famous, dot github dot io!
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Matt Gaunt Jul 31
Will do, at the moment I'm in the middle of a move and getting a new puppers, so suspect I won't be free for a few weeks at least
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Matt Gaunt Jul 31
Awesome work dude!! I'm jelly of all this running everyone is doing!
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Felix Rieseberg Jul 30
Releasing Electron on the *same day* as is a monumental achievement for the whole team. A quick toast to , , and , who worked so hard to make it happen. Thank you, you're awesome.
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Matt Gaunt Jul 29
Replying to @mischmerz @beverloo
This loops back to 's point. Too many webapps set their priority to it's maximum, meaning that punching through doze would ruin a users battery life. Ultimately there needs to be better control for the user that doesn't exist today :(
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Matt Gaunt Jul 29
Replying to @mischmerz @beverloo
2/2 That means that if the phone decides is doesn't want to get push messages, there is nothing the browser or web app can. Note: The notification tag is used *after* all of this communication is done. It's done from the service worker once the push is already delivered
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Matt Gaunt Jul 29
Replying to @mischmerz @beverloo
1/X What you are asking for is at a different level. The phone connects to a single push service and all pushes go through it (apps and web apps). When the phone is in doze, it decides when to connect to the push service to get updates.
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Matt Gaunt Jul 29
Replying to @mischmerz @beverloo
It's more of a problem of preserving battery life of the users device.
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Matt Gaunt Jul 29
Replying to @beverloo @mischmerz
Ta, will add a note :)
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Matt Gaunt Jul 29
Replying to @mischmerz @beverloo
did anything ever happen with the urgency header? (i.e. is it ever used to send messages while devices are dozing)
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Matt Gaunt Jul 28
Replying to @mischmerz
Sure if it doesn't fit your needs, then don't use it. There were talks of priority being able to apply to web push spec, but i don't believe it was implemented anywhere.
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Matt Gaunt Jul 28
Replying to @_davideast
Damn, you fast!!!
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