2011-05-15

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00:08 <aaronpk> plamb IntractableQuery: I just had dinner with someone and showed her the geoloqi app, and she got all excited when she saw the Bar Bird layer in it! She is a huge fan of the barbird app!
01:05 <plamb> haah
01:05 <plamb> who?
01:05 <plamb> that is awesome
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12:31 <plamb> aaronpk around?
12:31 <aaronpk> hello
12:33 <aaronpk> heading back to Porltand! http://loqi.me/n65WffV
12:33 <Loqi> dude
12:36 <plamb> lol
12:36 <plamb> so who did you have dinner with?
12:36 <aaronpk> my friend from college, Michiko
12:37 <aaronpk> I haven't seen her in abotu a year
12:37 <plamb> ahh
12:37 <plamb> wonder how she found the barbird app
12:37 <aaronpk> through the app store! she was searching for happy hour apps
12:37 <plamb> interesting
12:37 <plamb> wonder where we rank on a search like that
12:38 <plamb> thats great to hear about people finding us organically, though
12:39 <aaronpk> totally!
12:54 <adaburrows> I should probably head back now.
12:54 <Loqi> I agree
12:55 <adaburrows> Thanks Loqi! Glad you miss me.
12:55 <Loqi> you're welcome
12:56 <adaburrows> thinks I should actually put that message in the channel for which it was inteded.
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18:33 <adaburrows> aaronpk: you here?
21:25 <aaronpk> hello I am here now
21:26 <adaburrows> Oh hey
21:27 <adaburrows> I was wondering about the token generation on the geoloqi server. If I request a token for user multiple times, I get a unique token each time. I guess I could check all the tokens for duplicate users, but that doesn't seem like I should have to do that.
21:28 <aaronpk> are you talking about the oauth token or the shared location tokeN?
21:29 <adaburrows> the oauth token.
21:29 <aaronpk> that's true...what exactly are you trying to do with it?
21:30 <adaburrows> just testing getting tokens, ran my code three times and ended up with three tokens in my database.
21:31 <adaburrows> brb
21:31 <aaronpk> yea that sounds about right
21:32 <aaronpk> it's not really set up to handle writing test cases against it, since the tokens have some expiration date and you'll get new tokens later.
21:38 <adaburrows> back
21:41 <adaburrows> okay, I just don't know how I will make sure that users don't try to authorize the app multiple times. If they do, I'll end up with a duplicate user that I might end up updating the wikilayer twice. I guess it won't be much of a waste of CPU cycles, but I'd rather not let it ever happen.
21:41 <aaronpk> so yea, access tokens should generally be thought of as temporary
21:41 <aaronpk> oh I see...
21:43 <aaronpk> you can make a request to account/profile or account/username to find out who the user is, then you can store their username in a database along with their token
21:45 <adaburrows> ok, I'll just do that. I was just trying to not need to store anything but the token. I guess I shouldn't do that.