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Do not burn the things down that you disagree with.

Instead life UP the things that you DO agree with. Let others use their voice to lift them up as well so that these things are seen by everyone.

Use your voice for good, not bad.

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Heh, glitch is fun. I made this little tool pretty quickly. glitch.com/~tangible-fold

(Testing out a new Beehive RSS feed ...)

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Anyone on phpc.social using League\Container? I find it odd that `->add(MyInterface::class, MyService::class)` doesn't pull the concretion from the container; to get the behaviour I want, I need to use something like `$container->add(MyInterface::class, function () use ($container) { return $container->get(MyService::class); })`.

Anyone else find that odd?

Sometimes "Quality Assurance" means shovelling around inside a puddle to try and unclog a drain.

flickr.com/photos/beryllium/47

Someone on IRC helped me yesterday. Apparently when JSON-encoding arrays in PHP, if you need an empty array to be encoded as an empty associative array/hash/dictionary, you can use `(object)[]`.

Ah, I remembered one of the places where XML hurt me.

RSS and Atom feeds.

You've practically gotta fuzz the outputs to make sure things don't get absolutely buggered by unexpected characters. Maybe there's an efficient and reliable way to do it, but I got really sick and tired of random breakages.

Oh, wait, technically the Hives are the integrations and the Bees are the individual configurations you set up. And then Chains are what knits the Bees into workflows. Or something. :)

So far it has some good aspects, like a large number of "Bees" (aka Integrations). But I'm not a fan of the configuration file storing passwords in plaintext. And it would be nice if the "chains" (connecting bees together) could be editable via the web. Of course, it's open source, so I could dabble in a bit of Go to contribute improvements.

github.com/muesli/beehive

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