Building web applications and fighting the daily madness
Im Michael Grosser, living in San Francisco, working on Web-applications since 2006 and currently @ zendesk.com
@grosser on twitter
You can find my 250+something gems/plugins at github.
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2008-08-13 at 17:08:47
I’ve recently tried to contact Colin Clark about jqunit, but couldn’t really reach him, at least I didn’t get any reply. Maybe you could forward this or answer it yourself?
-> I’m currently looking at jqunit to see if and what there is that could be merged back into QUnit. In case you missed the it, QUnit got promoted to a top-level project, based on jQuery’s testrunner. The homepage is here: http://docs.jquery.com/QUnit
From what I’ve found on the jqunit homepage, part of it’s motivation was the lack of a proper project homepage. Now that is mostly fixed, so I’d like to discuss what else is worth merging.
So far I see two aspects: Compability with jsunit and namespacing. I have a few ideas for namespacing, though the most important point there is compability with existing tests (jquery, jquery UI, various plugins). I’m not sure about compability with jsunit – is that worth it? Could that be done as a plugin (include an additional file)?
Would be great to hear your opinion on this stuff.
2008-12-09 at 9:49:30
I like your posts, all are great stuffs, especially those under tests. It really helps a lot.
2008-12-09 at 10:07:11
Thanks, i am mostly posting to remember stuff
Great to know that i reached the Philippines
2011-05-18 at 23:58:47
I’ve just found your Github repo and and been trying out your Ruco editor. **Awesome** little app!
Also – a big **thank you** for releasing it as public-domain! I am a very big supporter of P.D. apps, so it is *great* to see others out there writing P.D. code!
Keep up the great work – bye for now
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