Front end developer. Develops node stuff and works at game company SimBin Studios.
Great to see a self hosted alternative to Disqus.
Some of the UI could use some work to make the actions clearer. And it would be nice to be moved/scrolled back to the post you just made if it is way down in the page.
Great package and very nice presentation. Drop in/out functionality to have more then one speaker would be a great future feature.
The transcription seems to be the pain point right now, at least for me as a Swedish speaker.
Thanks for the props and suggestions (and mercy on the recognition aspect). This is very valuable feedback!
Really nice presentation and a fun idea.
Found it strange though that the skip button got more visual focus then the play button when viewing a recording (took me a second to figure out where to get the audio started).
I didn't quite understand the need for authenticating Twitter to record a tweet. It is nice that it tries to find relevant tweets from the people I follow. But it would make more sense to me that I post the url to a tweet rather then a random one being picked for me.
It would also be nice to be able to reset a recording if I messed it up in the first take.
Neat idea if it could get out to a broad audience. But sadly the current implementation makes it very hard to imagine how it would work, even with the dummy bot.
I really like the general idea and the implementation/design is solid.
For company projects I would have a hard time using a hosted service for something like this when you could have something local that wouldn't disrupt the workflow as much.
But for public GitHub projects I can see it being a nice way to keep people following the repo up to date with known issues or planned features.
Nice execution of the idea, the UI worked as expected and the visuals were great.
It would be nice to be able to create a named room/url that I could invite friends to without having to go though the player's room.
I feel the gameplay could benefit from some kind of penalty for flipping a tile. It felt like the way it works now made it less about remembering the positions and more about quickly clicking as many as possible.
Really nice implementation. Design is clean and easy to use. Can see it being really useful when the database becomes big enough.
My only nitpick would be that trying to view larger versions of .png files triggers a download in Chrome (OSX).
Compared to other similar solutions it doesn't offer much that would give me a reason to use it.
Registration could benefit from connecting to github, if the service in the future would offer functionality not already present in gists.
The syntax highlighting had some issues with random indentions and incorrect highlighting of 'use' (attribute was named user).
Nice premise and good looking graphics.
But without any guidance and visual feedback on what is interactable in the world I was left wondering what to do.
Clean execution, both in usage and design. Does one thing and does it well.