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  • Mozilla prépare un App Store et explique qu'il faudra "aller au delà des navigateurs", réactions exclusives de Tristan Nitot à ce sujet

    Mozilla prépare un App Store et explique qu'il faudra "aller au delà des navigateurs", réactions exclusives de Tristan Nitot à ce sujet Le 9 décembre à Paris, à l'occasion de la conférence Le Web de 2010, Mitchel Baker, Présidente de la Fondation Mozilla, a expliqué que Mozilla "va lancer un système d'applications différent de celui pensé par Apple", afin de "révolutionner la navigation" et renouveler les comportements de recherche sur Internet. Des propos qui m'ont interpellée et poussée à en demander plus à Tristan Nitot, fondateur et Président de l'association Mozilla Europe depuis 2003. Tristan Nitot : En fait, Mitchell faisait référence à notre volonté d'imaginer ce que pourr...

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  • Lancement du nom de domaine .42 par des militants de l'open-source, un projet soutenu par Tristan Nitot mais critiqué par d'autres

    .42 : lancement du premier domaine de premier niveau non-officiel Exemple de fermeture ou première brique d'un internet ouvert ? 42, la réponse universelle à la grande question sur la vie, l'univers et tout le reste est désormais plus qu'une référence de geek. C'est aussi une extension de domaine au même titre que les .com, .fr et autres .org. Plusieurs militants français du logiciel libre (dont Tristan Nitot, président et fondateur de Mozilla Europe) viennent en effet de lancer une initiative audacieuse, celle de tenir tête à l'ICANN, l'organisme américain qui contrôle les serveurs DNS racine (dont la neutralité est remise en cause par certains avec

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  • C# Sockets and Proxy Servers

    - by Tristan
    Hi Guys, I'm trying to make some source code for a library I downloaded work with a proxy server. The library uses sockets to connect to a server but if the client using the library is behind a proxy server it can't connect. Does anyone know how I can modify the socket to be able to connect to the server through a proxy server? I really want to just do this with the sockets in the library without having to change too much code to use WebRequest or something similar Cheers -Tristan

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  • How do I mock an object in this case? no obvious way to replace object with mock

    - by Tristan
    Hi there, Suppose I have this very simple method in Store's model: def geocode_address loc = Store.geocode(address) self.lat = loc.lat self.lng = loc.lng end If I want to write some test scripts that aren't affected by the geocoding service, which may be down, have limitations or depend on my internet connection, how do I mock out the geocoding service? If I could pass a geocoding object into the method, it would be easy, but I don't see how I could do it in this case. Thanks! Tristan

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  • localization with core data

    - by Tristan
    Hi there, Does anyone have any recommendations with localization of core data? My application will have information that will sometimes be the same in both langauges, such as a person's photo, or different such as the person's biography. From what I understand, it's possible to localize the field names (http://developer.apple.com/library/mac/#documentation/Cocoa/Conceptual/CoreData/Articles/cdUsingMOM.html#//apple_ref/doc/uid/TP40005190-SW13), but what's the best course of action for field values? Thanks! Tristan

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  • iphone setting UITextView delegate breaks auto completion

    - by Tristan
    Hi there! I have a UITextField that I would like to enable auto completion on by: [self.textView setAutocorrectionType:UITextAutocorrectionTypeYes]; This works normally, except when I give the UITextView a delegate. When a delegate is set, auto complete just stops working. The delegate has only the following method: - (void)textViewDidChange:(UITextView *)textView { self.textView.text = [self.textView.text stringByReplacingOccurrencesOfString:@"\n" withString:@""]; int left = LENGTH_MAX -[self.textView.text length]; self.characterCountLabel.text = [NSString stringWithFormat:@"%i",abs(left)]; } Does anyone know how to have both auto complete enabled and a delegate set? Thanks!Tristan

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  • advice on logging and sharing in via facebook, twitter, livejournal, etc on the iPhone

    - by Tristan
    Hi. I would like to enable my iPhone app users to share content via services like Facebook, Twitter and as many others as possible. It would also be great to allow them to use their Twitter/Facebook/Myspace/etc account to sign in to my app, rather than requiring them to create a new account on my server. Currently I'm interfacing with each of them individually, but I would like to use a service like Gigya (www.gigya.com) or (www.rpxnow.com) to allow me to use many more services (eg digg.com, livejournal, etc) without writing code to interact with every one of them. How would you advise doing this? Thanks, Tristan

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  • Signing in to Twitter from iPhone - is the cake poisoned?

    - by Tristan
    Hi there, I'm using MGTwitterEngine to add Twitter functionality to my app. It's very easy to simply prompt the user for a username and password and then start posting. Strangely, however, I've noticed other apps (eg Foursquare and Brightkite) require you to visit their website to associate your Twitter account with your foursquare/brightkite/whatever account. Why do they do it this way? Is there a reason why my app shouldn't prompt the user for a Twitter username and password, even though it would be so easy? Thanks a bunch! Tristan

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  • Difficulties signing in to Twitter from iPhone

    - by Tristan
    Hi there, I'm using MGTwitterEngine to add Twitter functionality to my app. It's very easy to simply prompt the user for a username and password and then start posting. Strangely, however, I've noticed other apps (eg Foursquare and Brightkite) require you to visit their website to associate your Twitter account with your foursquare/brightkite/whatever account. Why do they do it this way? Is there a reason why my app shouldn't prompt the user for a Twitter username and password, even though it would be so easy? Thanks a bunch! Tristan

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  • iPhone provisioning profile suddenly stops working (not expired)

    - by Tristan
    Hey there! We have a couple of iPhones in our office. All of them have provisioning profiles installed on them. One of the phones (my bosses :S) all of a sudden won't allow me to install apps to it, complaining that a valid provisioning profile cannot be found. The profile isn't expired, and the problem is, I'm guessing, not with the XCode files, as I can install the same project to all the other phones. Does anyone know why this might have occurred or how I can fix this? Thanks! Tristan

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  • Dot Net Nuke - Sub Domains

    - by Tristan
    Hi Guys, I've got a DNN portal set up for me and my brother, which works, and i'd like to make it so that sub domains point to our respective sub section of the sites. I.e. brothers.co.uk = brothers.co.uk/home.aspx me.brothers.co.uk = brothers.co.uk/me.aspx him.brothers.co.uk = brothers.co.uk/him.aspx I've got the sub sections set up in DNN, but can't figure out what to do with domain names to get it working. I'd like this to be all one site with the same login set, although if there's a better way to structure this, I'm open to ideas. Any thoughts? Regards Tristan

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  • can't update rails model

    - by Tristan
    Hi there, I'm rather new to rails. I have a controller that's attempting to update a model using the following code: @test = Product.find(1) @test.increment!(:price) It does successfully retrieve the Product from the database, but does not update the price attribute. Does anyone know why this might be the case, or how I could get more feedback on what the problem is? Thanks a bunch! Tristan edit: price is an integer with value 0. I get the same problem when I set the price with @test.price=50 and then @test.save .

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  • having a test debug app and a released debug app side by side

    - by Tristan
    Yo! When I download my app from the iStore, the latest test version installed to my phone gets over written. Does anyone know how to have two versions of the same app side by side? On a test project, I edited the build settings so that "realease" and "debug" have different product names. This seemed to solve my problem, however when I try this same trick on my actual project, the two overwrite each other again. Does anyone have a recommendation? I don't mind how it's done. Thanks! Tristan

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  • 600 visitors per day, 20 backlinks but still not referenced by Google

    - by Tristan
    Hello, i've launch a website on wednesday (9 August) There's already in 4 days 12,000 viewed pages 1,400 visits 20 to 25 backlincks a sitemap.xml (130 URL) english language / french language - url like that "/en/" "/fr/" BUT, i'm still not referrenced by google In the google webmaster i have 0 backlinks 130 in sitemap, 0 URL referrenced on google For a smaller website, i remember that i took me less to appear on google with less visits. My url is: http://www.seek-team.com/en/ for english and juste replace /en/ by /fr/ to access it in french. What's causing this ? Is there an explanation ? Thanks for your help (ps, i've already checked robots.txt)

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  • How do I identify mouse clicks versus mouse down in games?

    - by Tristan
    What is the most common way of handling mouse clicks in games? Given that all you have in way of detecting input from the mouse is whether a button is up or down. I currently just rely on the mouse down being a click, but this simple approach limits me greatly in what I want to achieve. For example I have some code that should only be run once on a mouse click, but using mouse down as a mouse click can cause the code to run more then once depending on how long the button is held down for. So I need to do it on a click! But what is the best way to handle a click? Is a click when the mouse goes from mouse up to down or from down to up or is it a click if the button was down for less then x frames/milliseconds and then if so, is it considered mouse down and a click if its down for x frames/milliseconds or a click then mouse down? I can see that each of the approaches can have their uses but which is the most common in games? And maybe i'll ask more specifically which is the most common in RTS games?

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  • Level design - Are games development degrees worth it? [on hold]

    - by Tristan
    I want to go into Level design or Environment design and wondering if degrees are at all worth it for this area, as long as you have a good portfolio. I'm currently on a "Computing and Games Development" course and I feel like dropping out because I am not enjoying it. It's mostly computer based, which I'm not doing that great at, and little games Dev. But I don't know what do to... I do already have some high level education with a "Level 3 extended diploma". Thanks.

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  • Rails 1.0 - Using composed_of gives me a wrong number of arguments (1 for 5) error

    - by Tristan Havelick
    I am developing a Rails 1.0 application (I can't upgrade, it's a strange situation) for which I am trying to use the :composed_of functionality. I have a class called StreetAddress: class StreetAddress attr_reader :address, :address2, :city, :state_id, :zip_code def initialize(address, address2, city, state_id, zip_code) @address = address @address2 = address2 @city = city @state_id = state_id @zip_code = zip_code end end and a model class called Hotel class Hotel < ActiveRecord::Base composed_of :street_address # ... end which has columns: "id", "brand_id", "code", "location_name", "address", "address2", "city", "state_id", "zip_code", "phone_number", "phone_ext", "fax_number", "time_zone", "url", "room_service_email", "manager_name", "manager_email" However when I try to access the aggregation I get an error: >> h = Hotel.find(1) => #<Hotel:0x38ad718 @attributes={"fax_number"=>"1-623-420-0124", "city"=>"Twin Falls", "address2"=>"285", "brand_id"=>"1", "code"=>"XZWUXUSZ", "manager_email"= >"[email protected]", "url"=>"http://www.xycdkzolukfvu.hom", "ph one_number"=>"1-805-706-9995", "zip_code"=>"72436", "phone_ext"=>"48060", "id"=> "1", "manager_name"=>"Igor Mcdowell", "room_service_email"=>"[email protected] ae.ca", "time_zone"=>"America/Boise", "state_id"=>"15", "address"=>"P.O. Box 457 , 7405 Dignissim Avenue", "location_name"=>"penatibus et magnis"}> >> h.street_address ArgumentError: wrong number of arguments (1 for 5) from (eval):3:in `initialize' from (eval):3:in `new' from (eval):3:in `street_address' from (irb):6 Why?

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  • What should I do with an over-bloated select-box/drop-down

    - by Tristan Havelick
    All web developers run into this problem when the amount of data in their project grows, and I have yet to see a definitive, intuitive best practice for solving it. When you start a project, you often create forms with tags to help pick related objects for one-to-many relationships. For instance, I might have a system with Neighbors and each Neighbor belongs to a Neighborhood. In version 1 of the application I create an edit user form that has a drop down for selecting users, that simply lists the 5 possible neighborhoods in my geographically limited application. In the beginning, this works great. So long as I have maybe 100 records or less, my select box will load quickly, and be fairly easy to use. However, lets say my application takes off and goes national. Instead of 5 neighborhoods I have 10,000. Suddenly my little drop-down takes forever to load, and once it loads, its hard to find your neighborhood in the massive alphabetically sorted list. Now, in this particular situation, having hierarchical data, and letting users drill down using several dynamically generated drop downs would probably work okay. However, what is the best solution when the objects/records being selected are not hierarchical in nature? In the past, of done this with a popup with a search box, and a list, but this seems clunky and dated. In today's web 2.0 world, what is a good way to find one object amongst many for ones forms? I've considered using an Ajaxifed search box, but this seems to work best for free text, and falls apart a little when the data to be saved is just a reference to another object or record. Feel free to cite specific libraries with generic solutions to this problem, or simply share what you have done in your projects in a more general way

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  • How do I render a partial to a string from within a filter attached to a controller

    - by Tristan Havelick
    I have some code I need to use in multiple controllers in a rails 1.0 application (I can't, for strange reasons upgrade to a newer rails). I've extracted the relevant code into a filer object, and I'm using the around_filter construct to execute it. Before the extract, I was using the method render_to_string() to get the contents of a rendered partial into a string. However, this method is protected, so I am unable to access it from within my Filter object. As a workaround, I tried adding this to my ApplicationController: def render_to_string(*a) super(*a) end this seems to have remedied the protection level issue, but now I get the error: Can only render or redirect once per action When no such error occurred before the extraction. Why? Is there a different approach I should take here?

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  • How should I deal with floating numbers that numbers that can get so small that the become zero

    - by Tristan Havelick
    So I just fixed an interesting bug in the following code, but I'm not sure the approach I took it the best: p = 1 probabilities = [ ... ] # a (possibly) long list of numbers between 0 and 1 for wp in probabilities: if (wp > 0): p *= wp # Take the natural log, this crashes when 'probabilites' is long enough that p ends up # being zero try: result = math.log(p) Because the result doesn't need to be exact, I solved this by simply keeping the smallest non-zero value, and using that if p ever becomes 0. p = 1 probabilities = [ ... ] # a long list of numbers between 0 and 1 for wp in probabilities: if (wp > 0): old_p = p p *= wp if p == 0: # we've gotten so small, its just 0, so go back to the smallest # non-zero we had p = old_p break # Take the natural log, this crashes when 'probabilites' is long enough that p ends up # being zero try: result = math.log(p) This works, but it seems a bit kludgy to me. I don't do a ton of this kind of numerical programming, and I'm not sure if this is the kind of fix people use, or if there is something better I can go for.

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  • Cocoa QuickLook initiated by NSTableView Cell

    - by Tristan Seifert
    I have an NSTableView that contains 2 different Columns - one is an NSImageCell that shows a file icon, and the second is a custom subclass of NSTextFieldCell that contains a quick look button on the right of the text. When I click the Quick Look button, the following code is invoked: [[QLPreviewPanel sharedPreviewPanel] makeKeyAndOrderFront:nil]; This does it's job and shows the blank Quick Look panel saying "No Items Selected." After I did a bit of research on the internet, I implemented a custom NSTableView subclass to be the Delegate and Data Source for the Quick Look panel. I get the notification that Quick Look asks if I want to be the delegate, and I respond with return YES. Even though I implement all methods in both QLPreviewPanelDataSource and QLPreviewPanelDelegate, at runtime I get this error on the console: 2010-12-24 15:32:17.235 BackMeUp[4763:80f] clicked: ~/Desktop/HUDTape.mov 2010-12-24 15:32:17.489 BackMeUp[4763:80f] [QL] QLError(): -[QLPreviewPanel setDelegate:] called while the panel has no controller - Fix this or this will raise soon. See comments in QLPreviewPanel.h for -acceptsPreviewPanelControl:/-beginPreviewPanelControl:/-endPreviewPanelControl:. 2010-12-24 15:32:17.490 BackMeUp[4763:80f] [QL] QLError(): -[QLPreviewPanel setDataSource:] called while the panel has no controller - Fix this or this will raise soon. See comments in QLPreviewPanel.h for -acceptsPreviewPanelControl:/-beginPreviewPanelControl:/-endPreviewPanelControl:. 2010-12-24 15:32:17.491 BackMeUp[4763:80f] We can now receive QL Events. 2010-12-24 15:32:18.291 BackMeUp[4763:80f] -[NSPathStore2 stringValue]: unrecognized selector sent to instance 0x5ecb10 2010-12-24 15:32:18.292 BackMeUp[4763:80f] -[NSPathStore2 stringValue]: unrecognized selector sent to instance 0x5ecb10 And the Quick Look panel does not show up, which I find rather odd. The first line above is just that I know the cell has been clicked. Anyways, here is the .m file of the custom table view subclass: // // BackupListTableView.m // BackMeUp // // Created by Tristan Seifert on 12/24/10. // Copyright 2010 24/7 Server. All rights reserved. // #import "BackupListTableView.h" @implementation BackupListTableView - (void) awakeFromNib { } // Quick Look Delegates - (BOOL)acceptsPreviewPanelControl:(QLPreviewPanel *)panel; { [QLPreviewPanel sharedPreviewPanel].delegate = self; [QLPreviewPanel sharedPreviewPanel].dataSource = self; NSLog(@"We can now receive QL Events."); return YES; } - (void)beginPreviewPanelControl:(QLPreviewPanel *)panel { // This document is now responsible of the preview panel // It is allowed to set the delegate, data source and refresh panel. [QLPreviewPanel sharedPreviewPanel].delegate = self; [QLPreviewPanel sharedPreviewPanel].dataSource = self; } - (void)endPreviewPanelControl:(QLPreviewPanel *)panel { // This document loses its responsisibility on the preview panel // Until the next call to -beginPreviewPanelControl: it must not // change the panel's delegate, data source or refresh it. return; } // Quick Look panel data source - (NSInteger)numberOfPreviewItemsInPreviewPanel:(QLPreviewPanel *)panel { return 1; } - (id <QLPreviewItem>)previewPanel:(QLPreviewPanel *)panel previewItemAtIndex:(NSInteger)index { int selectedRow = [self selectedRow]; return [NSURL URLWithString:[[[self dataSource] tableView:self objectValueForTableColumn:fileColumn row:selectedRow] stringValue]]; } // Quick Look panel delegate - (BOOL)previewPanel:(QLPreviewPanel *)panel handleEvent:(NSEvent *)event { // redirect all key down events to the table view return NO; } // This delegate method provides the rect on screen from which the panel will zoom. - (NSRect)previewPanel:(QLPreviewPanel *)panel sourceFrameOnScreenForPreviewItem:(id <QLPreviewItem>)item { NSRect iconRect = [self rectOfColumn:1]; /* // check that the icon rect is visible on screen NSRect visibleRect = [self visibleRect]; // convert icon rect to screen coordinates iconRect = [self convertRectToBase:iconRect]; iconRect.origin = [[self window] convertBaseToScreen:iconRect.origin]; */ return iconRect; } // This delegate method provides a transition image between the table view and the preview panel - (id)previewPanel:(QLPreviewPanel *)panel transitionImageForPreviewItem:(id <QLPreviewItem>)item contentRect:(NSRect *)contentRect { int selectedRow = [self selectedRow]; NSImage *fileIcon = [[NSWorkspace sharedWorkspace] iconForFile:[[[self dataSource] tableView:self objectValueForTableColumn:fileColumn row:selectedRow] stringValue]]; return fileIcon; } @end Thanks for any help.

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  • Mozilla améliore la sécurité de ses concurrents en adaptant sa page de détection de plug-ins périmés

    Mise à jour du 12/05/10 Mozilla améliore la sécurité de ses concurrents En adaptant sa page de détection des plug-ins périmés à leurs navigateurs Pour ceux qui l'auraient oublié (ou qui ne l'auraient jamais su), Mozilla n'est pas une entreprise. L'éditeur de Firefox est une Fondation. La nuance peut paraître mince, mais elle ne l'est pas. Tristan Nitot (Président fondateur de Mozilla Europe) nous expliquait que son objectif n'était pas de produire des logiciels mais « de rendre le web meilleur » (sic) avec tout ce que cela implique : ouverture des formats, standards respectés, confidentialité pour ...

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