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@kwood
Kai Wood

* Author of the pnut-butter library [github.com]
* Creator of JellyTime [jellytime.net]

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the coconut crab, the worlds largest land-living arthropod
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/cc @blumenkraft
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https://substack.neocities.org/
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@lechindianer And just ask if you have any questions ;)
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@lechindianer Repo is visible now. If you want to run it locally, a `yarn install` followed by `yarn start` will do. But you need to copy the `.env.example` file to `.env` file and fill in client id and token (can be generated in your pnut.io account page)
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@lechindianer Didn't publish it yet, but just because I wanted to do some refactoring and add a test suite first. Generally I don't mind if anyone wants to take a look. Feel free to register on https://git.kwd.io so I can give you access to the repo.
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@blumenkraft Ah. Hab den anderen Push nicht gekriegt, just in case it's down again.
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@blumenkraft #ping
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@blumenkraft Timeline in your face PM notification #ping
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@shawn The more it hurts, the faster you learn, hehe. I still remember editing my inetd config that handles the ssh server - of course with a typo in it. Restart, no more ssh. Hours later you learned how the recovery console of your hoster works 👍
// @jws
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@shawn Oh, if you have some service running, you will have to maintain it anyway. Most software is every only fine *now*. Even completely without external dependencies, there is still server/os updates and stuff. // @jws
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@shawn If you want to be on the safest side, just write a little abstraction layer around the module for your own project - and if the day comes where this project really goes downhill, you can just swap out the whole module. // @jws
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@shawn After reading the thread, I guess the line you used was this: this._connection.emit('wakeup');? Looks fine for now if you just want to hide the message :) // @jws
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@shawn 20 open to 435 issues is a pretty good ratio. Current maintainer responded to every issue that is still open. Looks good to me 👍 // @jws
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@shawn Are referring to the "Maintenance: Help wanted" badge? Of course "they" need help, its mostly one guy from what I see. I'd put 10 badges 3 times the size on my page if my projects get popular, hehe // @jws
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@shawn I don't see where they are slipping. Last release was 19 days ago, they look active in the issue tracker, merge pull request and have up-to-date dependencies. Looks pretty healthy to me. :) // @jws
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@shawn Most of the time that's a good sign. When something gets wrapped :) Oh, and apn hast this in its feature section in the readme: "Maintains a connection to the server to maximise notification batching and throughput" // @jws
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@shawn Especially apn (on Github node-apn) has quite a large user base. Besides their badge that they are looking for maintainance help (which should be normal looking at the number of closed issues and commit counter), it looks like a good choice. // @jws
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@shawn https://www.npmjs.com/search?q=APNS (apn, node-pushnotifications and apns2 all look ok at a first glimpse, but the other ones might work too) // @jws

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