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Yehuda Katz 🥨
Tilde Co-Founder, OSS enthusiast and world traveler.
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Fred K. Schott Dec 17
Q: When was the first "module" package ACTUALLY published? A: "hyper-form" was published as a "module" almost a year later, in 2016. This was only a few days after , , and first proposed the entrypoint in the well-read
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Jen Weber 16h
There's a new & improved Ember Mentorship program and you can participate! Check it out on the Emberjs blog. Thanks to , , , , , and the many mentors in over the years for bringing this to life
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Yehuda Katz 🥨 6h
I've been using cmder + scoop for a while. Previously used cmdr + chocolatey. Both are fine. I like scoop a little better but both work.
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Yehuda Katz 🥨 Dec 13
Implementation details matter a great deal. I don't think we can take that much away from these early experiences. We've learned more since then, but in terms of the npm community itself and the wider community of package management implementations.
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Yehuda Katz 🥨 Dec 13
Replying to @seldo @tomdale
This is basically npm received wisdom but I don't believe it to be true. Would love to chat with you about it.
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Yehuda Katz 🥨 Dec 13
Replying to @tomdale
Working peer dependencies is like a singleton flag that only extends as far as it needs to.
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Yehuda Katz 🥨 Dec 13
Replying to @drogus @mikeal
For me, the frustrating thing is that the current discourse makes it hard for people who would really benefit from contributing (people like me who were poor without a job) to see that they would benefit. The language of exploitation isn't as clarifying here as people think.
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Mikeal Rogers Dec 12
"Open Source is exploitive free labor" ... except in my case, in which my contributions directly lead to the current professional opportunities I have, the freedom to choose between those opportunities, and the increase in personal wealth from those opportunities.
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Yehuda Katz 🥨 Dec 11
I'd want to hear in precise terms how we think a foundation will allow us to fund many more people who wouldn't have already been hired. In the abstract, foundations are often a form of magical thinking.
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Yehuda Katz 🥨 Dec 11
In which suggests that it is very important to regulate campaign ads so that negative ads against him aren't seen by his granddaughter.
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Tom Dale Dec 7
It's been a busy week in land as we look forward to ! Some highlights: Decorators RFC: Tracked Properties RFC: Octane Tracking Issue:
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Yehuda Katz 🥨 Dec 7
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Yehuda Katz 🥨 Dec 7
I simply don't believe that in order for the web to be competitive, web developers have to learn to ship apps with competitive features with nearly no code and no abstractions. That's the way to lose to native. There's a lot of different kinds of web apps and websites.
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Yehuda Katz 🥨 Dec 7
Replying to @gsnedders
I agree it's not working. Giving up entirely is not the solution, nor is apologia claiming that it's actually a good thing.
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Yehuda Katz 🥨 Dec 7
If you're describing native as competitively fast, that means you think that large bundle sizes not only don't disadvantage native, but actually put them far ahead of web. When analyzing web, you measure the initial download. This is not an apples-to-apples comparison.
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Yehuda Katz 🥨 Dec 7
This has nothing to do with competing with native.
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Yehuda Katz 🥨 Dec 7
Right, which is why this "compete with native" frame isn't comparing apples to apples. Downloading and caching 600k is going to be worlds faster, apples-to-apples, than downloading and caching 50MB
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Yehuda Katz 🥨 Dec 7
If it takes 10s, we're not talking about 600k.
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Yehuda Katz 🥨 Dec 7
Native apps are dozens or hundreds of megabytes, and are fast because they cache the bundle. No other platform fetishising 15k this way, and no other platform has devrel folks telling engineers to focus on it. We can't compete with native if everyone hand-rolls the basics.
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Yehuda Katz 🥨 Dec 7
Even business/desktop apps?
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