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so amplify has something like this
and for fucks sake someone else must have done this exact thing only better already.
i mean srsly.
This plugin is pretty nice! But it had some issues, so I forked it and added some features I needed.
I dont know if you're interested but would you like me to submit a pull request? Its pretty drastic, but I couldnt find a plugin like it.
yours will without a doubt be better. :)
@treasonx i'm almost wondering...
should I just kill off my fork? I can delete and fork yours. i'd be happier to point people to your project than here.
@paulirish your fork has history in the issues and pull requests which I wouldn't want to lose. If you want to kill off your fork maybe transfer the repo and I will maintain it? I'm not sure what happens when you transfer ownership of a repo, but I am assuming that project history goes with it.
Yup the project history goes along with the transfer. I like it.
We might have to proxy this transfer through an organization like h5bp in order to have the necessary permissions
Yea lets give it a shot. I am curious what'll do since i already have a fork of your fork :)
I have all my changes in my local repo so I am not worried about losing changes.
@treasonx I couldn't see how to comment on your fork, but there is no built in md5 function in JS…
@richbradshaw I know
I've googled "jquery ajax localStorage" and this was first plugin I have found. So even if there are other plugins they SEO suxx.
Currently I've met missing feature I need, it is inability to work with asynchronous storages like chrome.storage.local.