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  1. Nov 2022
    1. Hashie does not have built-in support for coercing boolean values, since Ruby does not have a built-in boolean type or standard method for coercing to a boolean. You can coerce to booleans using a custom proc.

      I use: ActiveRecord::Type::Boolean.new.cast(value)

  2. Jun 2022
    1. Lastly, said datasheet should outline some ethical considerations of the data.

      I think this question speaks to one of the essential aspects of the data. In my interaction with the datasheet, I mostly focused on the absence of the data, but I think I have missed out on this key puzzle piece to the big picture of why the data is not there. I assumed what was responsible for the non-existence of the information without pondering on possible answers to this one key question. It is indeed crucial to look into the current condition of the item or/and collections including the item. If the artwork is not as much preserved as others, it can mean that more efforts need to be done to save it from lacking more data in the future.

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  7. Nov 2020
    1. In the past, I tried to create some proof of concepts with svelte, but I usually ended up missing some of the features that RxJS provides. Now that I know that they complement each other well, I will grab this combination more often
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  9. Dec 2019
    1. Suggestion: add a link to rdoc documentation.

      I couldn't find a link, and even doing a web search for "responders rdoc" or "responders documentation" is pretty fruitless and pointless (partly due to responders being too generic of a name).

      I eventually just went to rdoc.info, searched for responders, and found: https://rdoc.info/github/plataformatec/responders