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2015-12-04
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henry08:12:52

https://twitter.com/intelligibabble/status/672559078678245376 Lots of supporters for our Reagent, a well established community already. Send em some nice tweets so they can rename 👍:skin-tone-4:

kauko11:12:16

"Is there a corresponding issue filed on the ClojureScript project to mention this project in the readme?” Does anyone else feel like this comment is just incredibly salty?

trancehime12:12:33

I checked the twitter responses

trancehime12:12:40

Holy cow, he's mad salty

trancehime12:12:01

also "It's not ideal... but it's clojurescript and not JS so i think it could be worse. :/"

trancehime12:12:11

If I could use LINE stickers right now...

jstew13:12:26

I feel like responding with something equally salty, but I didn't simple_smile

kauko14:12:53

Such a strange attitude to have though. So dismissive

kauko14:12:14

Well, let’s see how they react to the issue. There’s 52 comments now. I really hope they change the name

jstew14:12:53

You would think that airbnb would want to have a good reputation in the developer community.

statonjr14:12:01

You would think that their trademark lawyers would clear the name first.

trancehime14:12:43

I really don't know what's stopping them from just changing the name

jstew14:12:09

well to be fair, it is a really cool name.

trancehime14:12:23

Too bad they were 2 years late :

gadfly36116:12:16

The last two gitnub comments by airbnb are ridiculous. Can't even understand. "While we appreciate everyone offering input, and will consider it, please do not offer simple "+1s", as these add no value. I will be deleting all +1s that offer nothing to the conversation, and if more continue to be added, I will be forced to lock the conversation." "@gadfly361 i don't find them easy to skip past when I'm trying to read the whole thread to understand people's thoughts. [email protected]: Issues (of any kind) are not decided based on "popularity" or "number of people affected" - 1 person is just as important as 1 million. The only impact "+1" has is irritating contributors; it doesn't increase the perceived importance of the issue."

gadfly36116:12:51

...and they deleted all the +1s

roberto16:12:17

AGGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

roberto16:12:47

We need a hulk emoticon for things like this

nbdam16:12:50

not cool..

chris16:12:35

I don’t even know how you make that mistake. even googling “reagent js” takes you to the reagent cljs page

julia17:12:37

they said they only searched reagent on npm

jaen17:12:08

Because hey, what's a Clojurescript? : V

Tim20:12:45

who came up with the name reagent anyways?

Tim20:12:49

its a great name

jaen21:12:12

> It turns out that ”Cloact” was a really, really bad name. It made some people think about birds’ behinds, in possibly unhealthy ways, which even Google suggested they should.

jaen21:12:14

Made me laugh ; d

Tim21:12:43

does reagent not use props?

Tim21:12:52

you’re just supposed to use global atoms or something?

jaen22:12:01

I mean, you can use props, the arguments passed to render function are equivalent to React props

jaen22:12:32

But in simple reagent apps I suppose it's easier for people to just use global atoms

jaen22:12:43

Rather than have to push them through several function calls

Tim22:12:59

ah yeah I see

Tim22:12:08

there is no var props or data like in om

Tim22:12:16

you just pass in vars like normal args

Tim22:12:27

man, why doesn’t react do it like that, I wonder

mikethompson22:12:52

To be constructive, I'd encourage you good-namers out there to help AirBnB: https://github.com/airbnb/reagent/issues/46