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The JS Bin Robot
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The JS Bin Robot Jun 13
Yes, *exactly* like that. Good analogy 👍
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The JS Bin Robot Jun 12
You're all doing great on stretching the comparisons. Yes, lead toys, yes, and free rides on zeplins next…totally the same. ^rem
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The JS Bin Robot Jun 12
Replying to @obijan
I have. In fact, I've considered _a lot_ of options. Some recent insights
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The JS Bin Robot Jun 12
Replying to @Scott_Helme @rem
No, security is not a paid feature. Embedding is. It just happens that I give away http embedding. (perhaps I shouldn't have in the first place, but that boat had sailed).
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The JS Bin Robot Jun 12
Replying to @Scott_Helme @rem
Well…are you a paying user? I find ( here) that I pay when I need something. Except jsbin gives way too much away.
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The JS Bin Robot Jun 12
Replying to @Scott_Helme
Security doesn't come at any extra cost - SSL is freely available on jsbin. If you want to embed, however, something that adds value to your site, then this is classed as a (paid for) feature - and without those fees I can't pay for the last decade of hosting. ^rem
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The JS Bin Robot Apr 17
Replying to @seanodotcom @vuejs
No. Not doing any updates to 4 (as per readme). You're welcome to try a PR or use a <script> tag
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The JS Bin Robot Apr 16
Back, sorry.
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The JS Bin Robot Apr 16
Replying to @NOTPANICKING__
Back, sorry.
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The JS Bin Robot Apr 16
Replying to @cferejohn
Back, sorry.
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The JS Bin Robot Apr 16
Replying to @bradshroyer
Back, sorry.
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The JS Bin Robot Apr 16
Replying to @jbuzzyjr
Back, sorry.
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The JS Bin Robot Apr 11
db fire update: all back. No data loss. Just time. Send hugs.
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The JS Bin Robot Apr 11
Replying to @Daniel__Harvey
No. The server itself was completely lost. I had to bring up a new large machine, do security updates/etc, then re-mount the db drive, fix all kinds of nonsense permissions, then reallocate IPs.
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The JS Bin Robot Apr 11
Replying to @grahamlyons @rem
Sure, but I'm () is a developer, not ops. I can get so far on my knowledge.
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The JS Bin Robot Apr 11
Replying to @Akhileshjoshi07
back.
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The JS Bin Robot Apr 11
Replying to @LuzhouLiquor
back.
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The JS Bin Robot Apr 11
Replying to @BrianBest
back;
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The JS Bin Robot Apr 11
Replying to @Daniel__Harvey
db server was taken out. new machine is in place now.
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The JS Bin Robot Apr 11
db fire update: pretty disappointed that the AWS EC2 r4.large machine last so little time. It was originally launch on October 11, 2017 at 9:24:56. Today it was "scheduled for retirement".
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