phz wrote:Currently, if one runs the TT-RSS backend on a local machine (which probably is very common), it is possible to access TT-RSS even if the internet connection is down, which is actually quite a nifty feature.
that is handy. my expectation is that since an offline rss server is generally useless (can't fetch feeds), then that isn't a common use case. but it is a reasonable one to not break.
sleeper_service wrote:well, fox, it's obvious, he wants to pay you to dissect google's dojo.js and compare it funciton by funciton, perhaps line by line, to the one in ttrss.
the Google one is stock dojo.js (and weighs in at 115k). the one in ttrss is not (it's about 135k and built by the dojo shell script in the ttrss tree). hence i'm asking if people are familiar with this difference and know the answer off the top of their head. perhaps it's just a matter of being built with different minimizers.
if your only contribution is to attack people, then better you waste your time elsewhere since posts like this aren't useful in any way
fox wrote:Due to the nature of tt-rss license I can't prohibit you doing whatever with the source, which includes printing it out and wiping your butt with it. If you want it, by all means, load dojo from CDN. Nobody is stopping you.
i understand how open source licensing works. my point is to make contributions that others would find useful -- that's one of the fundamental points to open source afterall. considering the CDN Google offers is often used by other sites, the file is commonly already cached on user's systems which means it won't be fetched at all (cache is shared across sites since the source URL is all that matters here).
fox wrote:It will stay the way it is now in trunk for reasons outlined in above posts in this thread - which involves privacy concerns (I personally don't give two shits about) and independence of third party run services (which I care about).
which is why i suggested a config knob so people can easily pick what kind of setup they want. but you have no interest in that, so i guess it doesn't matter. i can host it in my forked repo on a custom branch for others to cherry pick.
fox wrote:vapier wrote:the dojo.js that comes with ttrss seems to be slightly different.
That's scientific approach right there.
aka you have no idea why there's a difference and you have no interest in helping. saying that rather than constantly being snarky fosters a better community, but i suspect that doesn't really interest you either.