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  1. Sep 2021
    1. while we figure out how to best include HMR support in the compiler itself (which is tricky to do without unfairly favoring any particular dev tooling)
  2. Jun 2021
    1. I'm not sure if there's any cost in terms of contributing either, especially when by design git can have any branch as default, and will not hinder your experience when you use something other than master.

      git is neutral/unbiased/agnostic about default branch name by design

      And that is a good thing

  3. Apr 2021
    1. Is there an OS agnostic way of doing this? I like the script command on macOS because you don't have to wrap the command in quotes. The script runs and sends output to the tty which is duplicated in the supplied file, but I can't seem to get the linux version to behave the same way... I'm probably doing something wrong. So what's the equivalent linux script command for this on macOS: script -q -t 0 tmp.out perl -e 'print "Test\n"' Test cat tmp.out Test
  4. Mar 2021
    1. Another important MicroJS attribute is independence. Ember, Backbone—even Bootstrap to a degree–have hard dependencies on other libraries. For example, all three rely on jQuery. A good MicroJS library stands by itself with no dependencies. There are exceptions to the rule, but in general, any dependency is another small MicrojJS library.
  5. Feb 2021
    1. The fact we’re using ActiveRecord (or something looking like it) doesn’t mean Trailblazer only works with Rails! Most people are familiar with its API, so we chose to use “ActiveRecord” in this tutorial.
    2. At this stage, routing, controllers, etc is irrelevant. Just imagine a Rails controller action, a Sinatra router or a Hanami action as follows.
  6. Oct 2020
    1. In my opinion it is okay to say your tool is revolutionary compared to existing ones. And it is hard to be fully unbiased about your own creation, I get it.
  7. Aug 2020
  8. Dec 2019
    1. Previously, we would add the proposal plugin to the config and that was it. Now, we remove the default behavior and ask users to opt into a flag that shows which proposal is chosen, and make it clear that there isn't a fixed (or even favored) option at the moment.
  9. Oct 2018
    1. Scientists say halting deforestation 'just as urgent' as reducing emissions

      Overall scientific credibility: 'neutral' to 'high', according to scientists who analyzed this article.

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  10. Aug 2017
    1. Alaska’s PermafrostIs Thawing

      Overall scientific credibility: 'high' to 'very high', according to scientists who analyzed this article.

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  11. Feb 2017
    1. Here’s why it's so frickin’ hot right now window.variationsTitleElem = $('article header h1.title');

      Overall scientific credibility: 'high', according to 3 scientists who analyzed this article.

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  12. Dec 2016
    1. Australia’s Great Barrier Reef has worst coral die-off ever

      Overall scientific credibility: 'high' to 'very high', according to 5 scientists who analyzed this article.

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    1. Amid higher global temperatures, sea ice at record lows at poles

      Overall scientific credibility: 'very high', according to 5 scientists who analyzed this article.

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  13. Sep 2016
    1. Greenland's huge annual ice loss is even worse than thought

      Overall scientific credibility: 'very high', according to 7 scientists who analyzed this article.

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  14. Aug 2016
    1. Disasters like Louisiana floods will worsen as planet warms, scientists warn

      Overall scientific credibility: 'high', according to the 7 scientists who analyzed this article.

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  15. Jul 2016
    1. Thanks to climate change, the Arctic is turning green The inside track on Washington politics. Be the first to know about new stories from PowerPost. Sign up to follow, and we’ll e-mail you free updates as they’re published. You’ll receive free e-mail news updates each time a new story is published. You’re all set! Sign up *Invalid email address Got it Got it

      Overall scientific credibility: 'neutral' to 'high', according to the 8 scientists who analyzed this article.

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  16. Jan 2016
    1. 2015 Was Hottest Year in Historical Record, Scientists Say

      Overall scientific credibility: 'very high', according to 8 scientists who analyzed this article.

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  17. May 2015
    1. Climate: 9 questions on rising seas

      Overall scientific credibility: 'high', according to the 7 climate scientists who analyzed this article.

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  18. Jan 2015
    1. 2014 Breaks Heat Record

      Overall scientific credibility: 'high' to 'very high', according to 8 climate scientists who evaluated this article.

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      jgdwyer:

      This article accurately describes global warming and puts the news that 2014 is the hottest year on record into appropriate context. The article does a very good job of distinguishing between climate variability and climate change with helpful discussion on ENSO and the relatively cold temperatures in the Eastern United States (while staying within the bounds of the mainstream climate science understanding).

      karmour:

      Very good article overall. I do wish the author had fact checked the incorrect claim by Dr. Christy (that global temperatures have not changed since the end of the 20th century) prior to including his quote in the article.

      aklocker:

      Scientifically this article seems to be correct but it could be a bit more precise in some of its statements. One thing I like is that it mentions different opinions on some points where scientists do not agree rather than giving a biased story.

      bmv:

      This article does a good job of putting the 2014 temperature record in context with quotes from experts and good descriptions of relevant issues such as El Nino. References to "skeptics" were appropriately followed up by evidence of their misinterpretation/mischaracterization of the data.

      aalpert:

      This article provides an accurate and well supported evaluation of the finding that 2014 was the hottest year on record.

      emvincent:

      Overall, this article is fair in its representation of the 2014 temperature record event and in reminding the context of the long-term warming trend+natural climate variability.

      alexis.tantet:

      The quality of this article is overall higher than most newspaper articles on climate change as it avoids the usual pitfalls such as confusing year to year variability with long-term change. It also addresses issues prone to confusion, such as why eastern USA did not experience such a warm year as most of the globe, which can help the readers to put the science in perspective with the seasonal climate they have actually experienced. The fact that the article focuses mostly on the observational record and not on theoretical or modeling studies may be a weakness, but the scope of an article cannot be too broad.