NodeJS & Open Source Architect at Yahoo!
This is pretty freaking cool, the best part is searching the hashtag and listening to all the tweets already out there in the stream.. This so needs to be used on Google Glass (since I get received mine)..
Very interesting app, maybe could have had a predefined list of things to highlight better. Something that it could have showed the demo a little better. Like maybe checking for common Syntax Errors, or maybe common patterns for "bad code smell". Overall tho, I love this and can't wait to see this progress, I also love the reusable modules that you built, definitely starred them for later.
Interesting concept for the game, but I could see how people wouldn't want to use it as it seems a little "phishy" to me. I tested it and solved the word, but it just sat there. Nothing happened after that.. (also not a big fan of auto redirecting for auth after visiting)
I wasn't able to get this to work, but I love the idea! There should have been a twitter hookup to this so that you could identify the users that are playing. Maybe even show their avatar around the table. Then on my smartphone, it would have also prompted me to auth and that would connect my two accounts.
I actually had to dust off my Dropbox account to give this a try. I would have liked to see a Google Drive or Box.net option as well. This would have made this a really kick ass demo and not just an awesome one.
My only issue with this game is the short time limit, it would be more interesting with a longer time limit. Also if you could "flash" the helper letters at the top when typing and flashing a red X somewhere to aid the user. With the letters at the top I found it hard to focus on the top, the gameboard and the input box in all different places.
No "sign up" link, it asks me for a login and password, Putting nothing in, it takes me to a screen showing the "sticker book" but I can't do much with the one sticker. Maybe I looked at it when there was no one else around, but I didn't "get" what I was supposed to do.
Nice pile of tech used to complete this, love that you used forks to get the functionality that you needed. It worked relatively well for me, it did not work with DnD of an image on my Chromebook. But the text and such worked as expected.
Interesting that you added github and travis info into the search. For me a lot of the search results seemed a little off. But nice work..
Thanks Dav, this means a lot
Hopefully we could make code coverage test like istanbul in the results as well : )
Pretty nifty, a little hard to follow and the "karma" listing is just a JSON blob.