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Sticky now being actively maintained elsewhere. #2

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commadelimited opened this Issue Apr 7, 2013 · 4 comments

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According to the demo page on ThrivingKing's website for Sticky it's no longer being maintained.

So I wanted to announce that I'm taking over the project:
https://github.com/commadelimited/Sticky/

I've cleaned up the code, streamlined it, and improved the random UID generation. I've also inlined the close button by setting a base64 encoded version as the background image in the CSS. I've also minified both the CSS and the JS and added a demo page as part of the repository. I've also reduced the file size from 2.6k to 1.2k.

Please feel free to issue pull requests or submit issues.

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@commadelimited Thanks for improving on this and forwarding the project. I'd love it if you mentioned me somewhere, but definitely not necessary. Also, you could submit a pull request for the original source if you feel it should updated with some/all of your changes.

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ThrivingKings commented Apr 7, 2013

@commadelimited Thanks for improving on this and forwarding the project. I'd love it if you mentioned me somewhere, but definitely not necessary. Also, you could submit a pull request for the original source if you feel it should updated with some/all of your changes.

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commadelimited Apr 7, 2013

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You are def mentioned in a number of places. About 80-90% is still your code so that's only fair.

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On Apr 7, 2013, at 7:31 AM, Daniel Raftery notifications@github.com wrote:

@commadelimited Thanks for improving on this and forwarding the project. I'd love it if you mentioned me somewhere, but definitely not necessary. Also, you could submit a pull request for the original source if you feel it should updated with some/all of your changes.


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Daniel

You are def mentioned in a number of places. About 80-90% is still your code so that's only fair.

Andy Matthews

On Apr 7, 2013, at 7:31 AM, Daniel Raftery notifications@github.com wrote:

@commadelimited Thanks for improving on this and forwarding the project. I'd love it if you mentioned me somewhere, but definitely not necessary. Also, you could submit a pull request for the original source if you feel it should updated with some/all of your changes.


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Sounds great, and thanks again.

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ThrivingKings commented Apr 7, 2013

Sounds great, and thanks again.

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commadelimited Apr 8, 2013

Oh, on a side note, would you be interested in officially transferring ownership of the project via Github, or barring that adding something about the new repo in your readme?

Oh, on a side note, would you be interested in officially transferring ownership of the project via Github, or barring that adding something about the new repo in your readme?

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