2011-10-31

02:28 <@AnaCristinaPrts> Geoloqi - A Private Realtime Platform for Location Sharing | @scoopit http://t.co/ugVc215a
07:38 <@dallas2pur> 购物单弄丢了?工作迟到了?忘记了餐馆的名字?有了即将在明年一月第一周发布的Geoloqi,所有这一切都会成为过去。@最i的乱想 这不是以前你们要做的产品类型么?
08:40 <@pdxseedfund> Wow! So much cool press about our companies! Nice work Geoloqi!! #pdxdemoday http://t.co/MpvdPMCd
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09:10 <aaronpk> tjgillies: try setting lat/lng to something reasonable like 45.51, -122.64 to get at least somewhat near portland
09:10 <tjgillies> aaronpk: i did that as well same thing
09:10 <aaronpk> also you can use count_broadcast to check if it is going to try to send to anybody
09:10 <aaronpk> if not, then it means nobody in the region is subscribed to the layer
09:14 <tjgillies> aaronpk: doesn't the response block of message/broadcast do the smae thing?
09:17 <tjgillies> same*
09:19 <aaronpk> yes true
09:19 <aaronpk> brb
09:39 <tjgillies> im subscribed to layer and im currently tracking
09:39 <tjgillies> and that is my lat/long from the app
09:40 <tjgillies> and i used POST this time
09:41 <aaronpk> ok let me check it out
09:42 <tjgillies> it would be cool if lat/long were optional and it sent a msg to everyone subscribed to layer if it was blank. good for announcements and such
09:42 <aaronpk> hm, true...
09:43 <tjgillies> im making an rss to push system, but i thought why should i have people download a third party app when the functionality is built into geoloqi
09:44 <aaronpk> awesome
09:46 <tjgillies> its for plancast. im going to watch certain tags (plancast calls them categories) and then broadcast when new ones appear via a layer
09:47 <aaronpk> you should broadcast them to only people in some radius of the event
09:47 <aaronpk> at least so that you don't get events for other cities
09:47 <Loqi> I agree
09:48 <tjgillies> could also do that, was gonna keep it simple so i could just use category rss feed thats automatically created, but im im pushing to geoloqi im gonna need some server backend anyway
09:48 <tjgillies> s/im im/if im/
09:48 <Loqi> tjgillies meant to say: could also do that, was gonna keep it simple so i could just use category rss feed thats automatically created, but if im pushing to geoloqi im gonna need some server backend anyway
09:50 <aaronpk> k, let me check why it's not sending... give me a sec
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10:06 <atonyc> yo geoloqers
10:08 <@infochimps> Ever wonder what the history is of that building you pass everyday? Curious about a street name origin? Us + @Geoloqi = http://t.co/siE3c6En
10:10 <@nickducoff> Love what @geoloqi did with our data: http://t.co/hFNsp9In
10:15 <aaronpk> atonyc: hello!
10:16 <@geoloqi> @nickducoff @infochimps Your datasets are freaking awesome! Thanks for making the Wikipedia layer possible.
10:17 <tjgillies> 1 sec until ping aaronpk
10:17 <Loqi> I added a countdown scheduled for 10/31 10:17am (#3914)
10:18 <Loqi> ping aaronpk
10:20 <@kaythaney> @geoloqi @infochimps take it that this works outside of the US, as well?
10:26 <@kaythaney> Wicked. Wikipedia articles + geolocation + mobile allows you to see what's written about places you walk past. rww.to/vauddW (cc @geoloqi)
10:38 <@suckaplease> @winfieldco have you guys seen @geoloqi?
10:38 <atonyc> i've got a google maps problem
10:38 <atonyc> its hard to explain
10:38 <Loqi> that's what she said!
10:38 <atonyc> ha
10:40 <atonyc> i'm adding points to the map, then using fitbounds to set the viewport
10:40 <atonyc> but, i have like half of it overlayed with a control layer
10:40 <atonyc> so i don't want points to show up there
10:41 <atonyc> does that make any sense?
10:43 <aaronpk> I think so... so there's something overlaid on the map and you don't want your data to be behind it?
10:46 <atonyc> yea
10:46 <atonyc> but i want the map to show behind it
10:46 <Loqi> ACTION gives atonyc the map to show behind it
10:47 <aaronpk> tjgillies: I just pushed up a fix for broadcast, can you try it now?
10:47 <aaronpk> atonyc: I can't think of a good way to do that...
10:47 <atonyc> aight
10:48 <aaronpk> There might be a way to create a hidden google map behind it of a different size, and run fitbounds in it, then pass the bounds from that one to the foreground one..?
10:48 <aaronpk> but I can't quite picture it
10:51 <tjgillies> aaronpk: success, thnx broski
10:53 <aaronpk> woo!
11:00 <@bmaso> 4 Triviologists like me! -> RT @infochimps Ever wonder what the history is of that building you pass everyday? @Geoloqi http://t.co/FV05Oaob
11:31 <aaronpk> tjgillies: nice, is it working?
11:33 <tjgillies> aaronpk: im still working on the script to parse rss, im adding the gL integration right now. can i use an api key or is it oauth only?
11:33 <tjgillies> aaronpk: and if oauth only can i use two legged?
11:33 <aaronpk> it's oauth only, but you can get a static oauth token from the "getting started" page
11:33 <tjgillies> ok
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11:48 <@smeh> New Wikipedia Layer on Geoloqi Gives You Vision Beyond the Greek Gods by @marshallk http://t.co/3SLiYY5J via @RWW
11:49 <tjgillies> aaronpk: can you send access_token in url on POST or only on GET?
11:50 <aaronpk> tjgillies: it's best to send in the Authorization header (Authorization: OAuth 12345678)
11:51 <tjgillies> ok
11:51 <aaronpk> otherwise, I believe it takes it in post or get
11:51 <aaronpk> definitely in the query string
11:54 <tjgillies> aaronpk: sent DM with oauth string
11:54 <tjgillies> well irc dm
12:00 <aaronpk> back at you!
12:00 <tjgillies> aaronpk: fyi, if you use -d -X is redundant, it will default to POST
12:01 <aaronpk> oh ok
12:01 <tjgillies> aaronpk: why is it "better"?
12:01 <tjgillies> to me, not having to add a header to my request is more simple, therefore better ;)
12:02 <aaronpk> doesn't leave access tokens in http logs
12:02 <aaronpk> granted it's https so the only log it will add it to is on our end
12:02 <tjgillies> yeah but.... you already know my access key
12:02 <tjgillies> anyone who has access to logs prolly has admin access to my account
12:05 <aaronpk> hey looks like it worked!
12:05 <tjgillies> yeap thnx
12:05 <tjgillies> i need to send as a body oject and not querystring
12:05 <tjgillies> needed*
12:09 <tjgillies> sweet
12:09 <tjgillies> rss to geoloqi done
12:09 <tjgillies> well skeleton anyway
12:09 <tjgillies> now i have to add the meat
12:10 <aaronpk> woo!
12:12 <tjgillies> now i wonder if i should put in an internal timer and run as a bluepill script
12:12 <tjgillies> or create a cronjob
12:15 <tjgillies> aaronpk: also, wouldn't your logs track headers as well? or does apache not do that?
12:15 <aaronpk> no, apache doesn't log headers
12:15 <tjgillies> seems ironic
12:15 <tjgillies> since theres a lot of debug info in there
12:16 <aaronpk> there's probably a way to turn it on, but there'd be far too much in the logs with it on by default
12:16 <aaronpk> yea I think I could add %{header} to the log format
12:16 <tjgillies> you should see RWW logs ;)
12:16 <Loqi> it is probable
12:19 <aaronpk> you log headers?
12:25 <tjgillies> no
12:25 <tjgillies> but even without headers log are so massive it prolly wouldn't matter
12:25 <tjgillies> s/log/logs/
12:25 <Loqi> tjgillies meant to say: but even without headers logs are so massive it prolly wouldn't matter
12:25 <aaronpk> >> /dev/null
12:36 <tjgillies> aaronpk: what would be awesome is a tab that has history of notifcations
12:36 <aaronpk> in the app? yea.
12:36 <tjgillies> because even with notification center im losing stuff
12:36 <aaronpk> we're working on it :)
12:36 <aaronpk> the timeline on the website is the start
12:36 <tjgillies> aaronpk: k-rad
12:38 <tjgillies> aaronpk: my test notifications aren't showing on http://geoloqi.com/activity
12:39 <aaronpk> those aren't integrated yet... just messages from layers now
12:40 <tjgillies> but... that is a message from layer
12:40 <aaronpk> it's true
12:43 <aaronpk> out for a bit
12:43 <tjgillies> what method do those show up for? message/send?
12:43 <tjgillies> later
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16:00 <aaronpk> tjgillies: for the messages delivered via triggers (trigger/create)
16:02 <tjgillies> ah gotcha
16:02 <tjgillies> ponders how to fake it
16:02 <tjgillies> can you manually fire a trigger?
16:04 <aaronpk> one sec
16:04 <tjgillies> or i could just leave it as is and wait for u to implement timeline for message/broadcast
16:04 <tjgillies> which is probably smarter 4 me
16:04 <aaronpk> yea give me a sec...it won't take long
16:04 <tjgillies> 2 what?
16:33 <tjgillies> "yea give me a sec...it won't take long" what won't take long?
16:33 <aaronpk> pushing those to the timeline
16:35 <tjgillies> those meaning message/broadcast?
16:35 <aaronpk> and message/send
16:35 <aaronpk> testing it now
16:35 <tjgillies> solid
16:50 <@patrickarlt> The full @geoloqi Wikipedia Layer on a map! http://t.co/72hg2PX8. Info blog post. http://t.co/vKycxPyG...
16:54 <tjgillies> ^africa has no hits heh
17:35 <aaronpk> tjgillies: give it a shot!
17:37 <aaronpk> oops no default image. you shoudl upload an image for the layer
17:38 <tjgillies> is hyperlinked urls on the roadmap?
17:39 <aaronpk> are you including the URL in the body of the message or in the "url" paramter?
17:39 <tjgillies> theres a url parameter?
17:40 <aaronpk> it makes a "view" button on the push notification that launched the web page. it's pretty slick
17:40 <aaronpk> for SMSs it appends it to the end, but intelligently trims the text to fit the URL
17:40 <tjgillies> oh
17:40 <tjgillies> its not in the docs ;)
17:40 <aaronpk> ah, it must only be in the trigger one
17:44 <tjgillies> aaronpk: url param isn't linking
17:44 <aaronpk> it should say "source=http://..." in the story, like http://aaron.pk/snip/2011-10-31_1742.png
17:44 <aaronpk> darn, ok let me look
17:44 <aaronpk> (message/send takes a completely different route than trigger/create messages)
17:46 <aaronpk> got it... one sec
17:46 <Wraithan> Ah, you guys are talking in here about it
17:47 <aaronpk> that should do it
17:47 <tjgillies> ok trying again
17:48 <aaronpk> whoa how many did you send?
17:48 <tjgillies> cool it wurks
17:48 <tjgillies> 3
17:48 <tjgillies> it takes all the evnets in rss feed
17:49 <tjgillies> it caches them but i cleared the cache to test
17:49 <tjgillies> ooh
17:49 <tjgillies> i have a cron
17:49 <tjgillies> it ran teh cron the same time i ran it manually
17:49 <tjgillies> thats why theres 6
17:49 <aaronpk> oh hah
17:50 <tjgillies> its on a minute timer
17:50 <aaronpk> god dammit
17:50 <aaronpk> lol
17:50 <tjgillies> minute timer on my server
17:50 <tjgillies> only sends data to geoloqi if theres new event
17:50 <tjgillies> thats what the cache is for
17:51 <aaronpk> sweet
17:52 <tjgillies> ok cool its working
17:53 <tjgillies> so anytime someone creates an event on plancast in portland and tags it nerdout it gets broadcast to nerdout layer
17:53 <tjgillies> well actually
17:53 <tjgillies> anytime anyone on plancast tags anything with nerdout it gets broadcast to a 6 mile radius of the event
17:53 <tjgillies> its not portland specific
17:54 <tjgillies> all in about 28 SLOC
17:54 <Wraithan> Nice
17:55 <Wraithan> that is coverage of 113.1 sq miles!
17:55 <Wraithan> unless I did that wrong
17:56 <@sinned> Heading out! Track me on Geoloqi! http://t.co/AKxok3y7
17:56 <tjgillies> wolfram is so sexy
17:56 <Wraithan> yea 113.1 mi
18:50 <@AnaCristinaPrts> Geoloqi - A Private Realtime Platform for Location Sharing | @scoopit http://t.co/ugVc215a
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22:20 <@infochimps> Info you want about where you are. http://t.co/Z1QB3Dp5 Wikipedia data via Infochimps now available on @Geoloqi!
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