Contestant on ZECT.
Well, unlike Google, I unfortunately don't have a warehouse of dedicated crawling servers at hand.
If imdex were to actually become something widely used, I'm sure I could collect funds to expand my computing power. 8million+ images is not bad for just one crawling server though!
8 million!? I somehow got the idea that it was only 100k or so. Well done. Vote updated :)
Also, hello fellow Cambridger
Ah, yes. If you click stats on the home page, you can view the current index count (with a lag time of ~10 seconds)
And hey! Glad to see another cambridge competitor here. Best of luck to you in NKO.
It is not for everyone ^^ especially those who are good are planning :) for now I'm enjoying greatly not having to write things on paper that i don't read again anyway ( my main issue...) and just receiving a random text ( i'm using a slightly improved version ^^) about what is to be done next a what time and an estimate time to perform the task :)
Thanks for checking it out :).
Something might have gone wrong while generating the documentation for your code. I'll debug it and fix it after the competition ends.
The generated docs should look more like this one: http://jassid.2013.nodeknockout.com/bpedro/node-fs/lib/fs.js.html
Thanks for your comment, I appreciate!
Well it doesn't work for any of my repos, so it's hard to vote high except in design.
hookdoc analyzes your code, looks for javadoc style comments and attempts to generate documentation.
The first page is generated from the package.json.
I looked at your repos and your code:
changer (generated at http://jassid.2013.nodeknockout.com/ZECTBynmo/changer): found some javadoc style comments in the beginning and tried to use that producing a strange result
maker (generated at http://jassid.2013.nodeknockout.com/ZECTBynmo/maker): same thing as changer
emscripten-server (generated at http://jassid.2013.nodeknockout.com/ZECTBynmo/emscripten-server): code doesn't have any function declarations
Taking into consideration that this is an MVP and that your code doesn't have any javadoc style comments (required to produce documentation), the app behave in a pretty good way, trying to generate some results.
Thanks for replying and for your opinion!
I understand. I didn't realize about the javadoc style comments, that explains why it wasn't working. Thanks for taking the time. Vote updated.
Nodeknockout had server issues - the little voting badge screwed things up - try now :)
You can also join the 0/2 game in two browser windows.
Okay I got it working now
Glad to hear that :)
Thank you for your valuable comments. We have re-edit instructions.
The game "Ninja Dart" need at least one computer and a phone. Always make sure your computer is linked to http://lhc.2013.nodeknockout.com/samurai.html Your phone is linked to http://lhc.2013.nodeknockout.com/samurai.html
You and friends can play Ninja to send darts on your mobile phones. After sending darts, you can see the records on the PC's Screen, simultaneously.
really sorry,fixed phone links ! Your phone is linked to http://lhc.2013.nodeknockout.com/ninja.html