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Personally I found basecamp to be geared more towards servicing management staffs needs rather than supporting the needs of the dev team for instance. Just something to possibly keep in mind when reviewing it.
It has its place, but doesn't necessarily cover all your bases
That said, I don't really know of any one product that would cover everything ;)
yogidevbear: yeah, I'm not sure it exists either. 😉 Just trying to figure out what my top priorities are for it and choose from there.
@doppioslash: hey! Nice to see you here!
where are you these days?
@doppioslash: still in Manchester - I just wish #C0522EZ9N didn't exist and was just #C064BA6G2 - which is a bit of a ghost town compared to here
its not like the community is that big
are you still in liverpool?
yeah, I am, but I work for a German company remotely
still in the games industry?
I’ve been working in and doing talks about Elm
I was until last November
We have a clojure talk at lambdalounge next monday btw: http://www.lambdalounge.org.uk/
So being new to this FP thing, I'm just curious, can you mash-up Clojure and Elm in the same project?
Clojure or clojurescript?
server Clojure + client Elm should work well
That's what I was thinking CLJ (not CLJS)
in fact there were people lamenting, why Elm is not more talked about in Clojure circles
the Elixir community has really taken to it
but Clojure has Clojurescript
Elm compiler to a self-contained js file
so you can use it with any server-side language
And what sort of stuff can you actually achieve with Elm (and what's not really possible)? Please forgive the broad nature of that question.
Well Elm is FRP first, which is IMO a great paradigm for UI and games
I've looked briefly at the website, but haven't delved into it yet
so you get FRP for free, and a pretty proven to work FRP at that
you can get rid of much of the cruft of making UI
also it’s rather fast because it uses virtual-dom to render
some stuff made in Elm http://builtwithelm.co/
it’s strongly typed FP, with a quite helpful compiler
Haha, I was just about to ask for examples
so whenever it compiles it generally doesn’t have runtime exceptions any more
it’s like a much more streamlined Haskell, where every feature is really pondered upon before adding
and where you get a good FRP implementation form the start
Cool. Thanks for the good description
interesting. Do you think it could be useful to make some kind of socket.io-like library ?
at work we interfaced an Erlang Cowboy library, bullet, with Elm using ports
and it works
basically a wrapper around long polling, websockets and event source
http://elm-lang.org/guide/interop ports are a way to interop
The JS side seems pretty minimal - https://github.com/ninenines/bullet/blob/master/priv/bullet.js But thanks that's interesting
rickmoynihan: I'm sure we can all be persuaded to move to clojure-uk. #C0522EZ9N has really just been London as I always hated it when London UGs or other orgs claimed all of the UK. So it was more about not expanding the London empire rather than being exclusive.
otfrom: / glenjamin might be a good idea - I'm not sure the split is useful
hmm both clojure-uk and ldnclj seem to have about the same number of users - it didn't used to be that way
I have a feeling we'd have to do a pointer from here to #C064BA6G2 as otherwise new people would just keep creating #C0522EZ9N
otfrom: yeah - I think it might be quite hard to move people
does anyone here object to moving the party over to #C064BA6G2 and adding a note pinned and in the topic that we are all over there?
ha, i never even knew about #clojure-uk
@otfrom: +1 from me