People across the street had a fire in their basement.Continue reading post "#3364"
Overnight going into Friday was quite windy.Continue reading post "#3361"
The spring weather keeps going strong. We breached 70°F today and I opened my house’s windows for the first time this year.Continue reading post "#3358"
I had a reuben and a shamrock shake this evening to belatedly celebrate St Patricks Day.Continue reading post "#3351"
Summit County has deemed my property to have increased 71% in value in the last three years (when they last adjusted it). I know the market is hot, but that seems extreme.Continue reading post "#3349"
Idea: A lodging establishment called Linked Inn. It would likely cater to business travelers and have some nice common spaces for meeting others as well as conference rooms.
I’ve been playing with JS lately, including ES modules and building with Rollup, Babel, and Terser, along with other accessories. One thing I’m disappointed with of ES modules in the Nodejs ecosystem is dealing with third party imports. Using the “bare” specifiers that Node expects works fine in that environment and thus tools running in it (possibly needing helpers), but they don’t work at all directly in the browser. This is discussed in this post by Jake Archibold, for instance.
Import maps are one solution in the works, but that requires explicitly mapping every dependency, which could get complicated fast when dependencies have dependencies. It also is only in draft stage and only works in Blink based browsers currently.
I eventually gave in to the idea of having server code rewrite the paths in the js file responses to point to a symlinked
node_modules folder, similar to what is mentioned in this post by the Polymer project. I created a PHP test server for one of my projects that does this.
xmlrpc.php file of my WordPress blog recently got hit by a single bot some 5000 times over a half hour period recently. I temporarily disabled all visitors and then limited it to just blocking the specific IP via Apache conf (htaccess).
Took advantage of this great weather to hike the Dogwood this evening. Was a lot less muddy than last time except for one stretch.Continue reading post "#3337"