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nods to confirm that it is indeed morning
@yogidevbear where is your talk happening
At a ColdFusion conference in Munich. (Feels a little better that it's not to a knowledgeable Clojure audience 😉)
how big is big?
only about 15k lines
@mccraigmccraig how is your eye doing? recovered?
hey @thomas yes thanks - retina still properly attached and i can see just fine 👁️
@mccraigmccraig Glad to hear that you (and your eye) are doing well!
I feel inclined to ask randomly after people's limbs. @maleghast how's your forearm?
just wanna confirm that my left index finger is fine
Are these arm / hand welfare checked related to Emacs?
Anyone having issues with their frenulum?
I am off to do the school run and meet with one of my daughter’s teachers… I will see you all later…
break a frenulum
be careful @dominicm lest i post a pic of what my eye looked like last year 😬
I am assuming that you have all seen this: https://youtu.be/LEZv-kQUSi4
I say @mccraigmccraig - glad to hear that your eye is better FWIW
@maleghast the date on that is weird… it's an older talk afaik.
https://vimeo.com/77199361 ah, migration from vimeo
no pics then @dominicm , but you could always google "vitrectomy" 🙂
a thing both terrifying and amazing
Vitrectomy, eh? Fascinating, but I’m with @dominicm, particularly knowing what that is I don’t need to see it… 😉
Changing the subject for a moment… Is there an emerging standard for GraphQL in Clojure..?
Lacinia is very popular right now. However, I personally don't entirely trust walmart for long-term support of a library. Alumbra is very interesting to me, by the author of rewrite-clj. We have used graphql-clj in the past too, but uh, it doesn't use spec so it isn't cool, or something like that… no good technical reasoning.
I think graphql-clj used to be a little behind the graphql spec & lacinia had something it didn't have yet, or something like that. But I also think that gap has closed now…
I am going to check all three out, but if Lacinia is fully open source then the second Walmart fail to keep on top of things it’s a quick trip to Fork City!
lacinia is fully open source as far as i can tell. as for walmart labs' record, https://github.com/hapijs/hapi was originally a walmart labs project until Eran Hammer left
hapi's fate is what has put me off. It seems (from the outside) that the projects are pioneered by an individual, not the organization.