Echo JS 0.11.0

tracker1 35 days ago.
Just want to let everyone know.. that if you downvote spam posts, you get double your karma back when it's deleted.

This makes it easier to spot the spam and take care of it.

Sorry I haven't been as active for the past week, been crazy busy with work.

badsyntax 33 days ago. link 1 point
Is echojs going to stick with Lamer News for the foreseeable future? (I think Lamer News is perfect and don't think the forum software should change, but i'm building some libraries and tools and would like to know if there are plans to move away from it. Hopefully not!)
ianwalter 31 days ago. link 2 points
A few of us really should get together and build an open platform better than Lamer News... and actually written in JS.
badsyntax 31 days ago. link 1 point
I personally have no problem with lamer news. I like that it's simple and I wouldn't suggest changing it. If there are plans to change it, i'd very much like to know as I'm building an app for echojs in my free time and i'm currently working on a TypeScript-Fetch client for LamerNews that i'll use in my app:
ianwalter 30 days ago. link 1 point
I wasn't trying to take away from the work that tracker1 and other have done to improve it but it seems hard to maintain and build on. It probably won't change, but I've started building another platform. Probably won't go anywhere but should be fun.
tracker1 21 days ago. link 1 point
I haven't done anything myself... mostly moderate posts etc, and did get a docker/compose setup easier to get started with, but haven't had time to circle back around.
tracker1 21 days ago. link 1 point
I'd been wanting to try taking the time to make an api compatible version in Node or Deno, only so it was in a language/platform I'd be better able to participate in future development/enhancement on.

Again, keeping the API the same, and the same database and data structures to start with.  I'm no expert in lamernews... I only did enough so far to make it easy to spin up via a docker-compose.yml file and some minor changes to support environment variables for a couple config bits.
matvii_hodovaniuk 33 days ago. link 1 point
It seems like my karma grew for no reason. I did one post and several comments. And day by day I see it becomes larger. Is it a bag? Thanks.