Notes

from Jun, 2014

Kartik Prabhu
marginalia.js is now #opensource at https://github.com/kartikprabhu/marginalia Go make your own #indieweb #annotations
Kartik Prabhu
replied to a post on chloeweil.com and a post on Twitter with
and some of them also know CSS ;)
Kartik Prabhu
Bye @indiewebcamp #NYC Thanks David, Alex, Happy, @sandhawke @therealdeiu @bear @jeremyzilar @t @chloeweil
Kartik Prabhu
demo-ed #marginalia #annotations on the #indieweb @indiewebcamp in NYC: https://kartikprabhu.com/article/marginalia Thanks to @t and @chloeweil
Kartik Prabhu
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also, very sorry for the late reply, insanely busy week!
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Sounds great! Usual plan is posted on http://indiewebcamp.com/events/2014-07-02-homebrew-website-club don’t know how a cafe it’ll work for 3 people talk.
Kartik Prabhu
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It is a valid and important question for sure!
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me raises hand for non-white dude criteria! #indieweb
Kartik Prabhu
replied to a post on kartikprabhu.com with
Update: marginlia now “just appears” in a side-panel. Next: * Animation * other UI tweaks * testing
Kartik Prabhu
Computer workspace right now: 1. Chats+browser 2. HTML+JS+SASS files for #indieweb 3. tex+pdf files for physics paper 4. Python files for own site 5. math papers What a week!
Kartik Prabhu
replied to a post on kartikprabhu.com with
Update: implemented some JS to copy marginalia to the part they refer, and some CSS to show/hide them inline. Future: * show marginalia in a scrollable side-panel.
Kartik Prabhu
replied to a post on waterpigs.co.uk with
Fragmention reply-contexts are a brilliant idea! I don’t have any decent reply-context yet but would love to see this.
Kartik Prabhu
replied to a post on Twitter with
awesome! Looking forward to the discussion myself. Also I corrected some of your project links on the RSVP page by guesswork.
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I think currentColor is computed from the ‘color’ context of the element on which it has been declared in the CSS. So in this case it would be red from the body element. FF dev-tools confirms this in its “computed styles” but Chrome dev-tools shows computed fill=blue but displays the phone as red!
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@stefsull Yup! viewBox only specifies which part of the SVG to display. But the SVG can scale anyway you’d like! Take that raster sprites!
Kartik Prabhu
replied to a post on adactio.com and a post on Twitter with
<sigh> just spent half an hour arguing why “hiding URLs is not just about it looking shiny” to no avail!
Kartik Prabhu
Update: https://kartikprabhu.com/article/inline-svg-icons Playing with svg icons for the site. demo link: https://kartikprabhu.com/static/demo/inline-svg-icons.html Good: * icon changes colour with the corresponding text. * using SVG sprites, so all icons can be in one file. * looks the same in latest FF, Chrome, Opera (not tested in IE or Safari) Bad: * icon does not seem to align with text as needed. Suggestions and comments are welcome. * icon from www.entypo.com through icomoon.io
Kartik Prabhu
“…now that I’m doing it, I’m really, really enjoying it. It feels good.” — @adactio on posting notes on his own website. http://adactio.com/journal/6826/ #indieweb