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<title>lloyd.io - Lloyd's blog</title>
<link href="http://lloyd.io" rel="alternate" />
<link type="application/atom+xml" rel="self" href="http://lloyd.io/feed.atom"/>
- <updated>2012-02-21T22:18:50Z</updated>
+ <updated>2012-06-15T14:04:43Z</updated>
<author>
<name>Lloyd Hilaiel</name>
<email>lloyd@hilaiel.com</email>
</author>
+ <entry>
+ <title type="html">Persona Architectural Changes</title>
+ <link href="http://lloyd.io/persona-architectural-changes"/>
+ <id>http://lloyd.io/persona-architectural-changes</id>
+ <updated>2012-06-15T00:00:00Z</updated>
+ <summary type="html">&lt;p&gt;The [Persona Login service][] lets
+web developers implement seamless login via email address with a
+trivial amount of code. It is written in NodeJS and is supported
+by Mozilla. The service is deployed as several distinct
+NodeJS processes. Recently we've added a new process to the service,
+and this short post will describe what's changed and why.&lt;/p&gt;
+&lt;p&gt;This post is targeted at interested community members, and the people
+who build, test, deploy, and maintain Persona.&lt;/p&gt;</summary>
+ </entry>
<entry>
<title type="html">A new API for BrowserID</title>
<link href="http://lloyd.io/a-new-api-for-browserid"/>
@@ -286,6 +300,13 @@ if you don&rsquo;t wanna play!&lt;/p&gt;</summary>
<updated>2009-09-16T00:00:00Z</updated>
<summary type="html"></summary>
</entry>
+ <entry>
+ <title type="html">Would the real "HTML5" File please stand up?</title>
+ <link href="http://lloyd.io/would-the-real-html5-file-please-stand-up"/>
+ <id>http://lloyd.io/would-the-real-html5-file-please-stand-up</id>
+ <updated>2009-09-11T00:00:00Z</updated>
+ <summary type="html">&lt;p&gt;In fiddling around with HTML5 desktop sourced drag and drop, present in Safari Version 4.0.3 (6531.9), I&rsquo;m faced with the interesting challenge of understanding when I can &lt;em&gt;trust&lt;/em&gt; that a drop is really a drop &ndash; that a File is the result of user interaction. For a little context, here&rsquo;s a bit of code cobbled up by Gordon Durand that&rsquo;ll let us capture desktop sourced drops in the latest snow leopard:&lt;/p&gt;</summary>
+ </entry>
<entry>
<title type="html">chromium on 64 bit (arch) linux</title>
<link href="http://lloyd.io/chromium-on-64-bit-arch-linux"/>
@@ -294,13 +315,6 @@ if you don&rsquo;t wanna play!&lt;/p&gt;</summary>
<summary type="html">&lt;p&gt;Really not much to write about, it was trivial to do, and &lt;em&gt;feels&lt;/em&gt; a
hell of a lot faster than the burning fox. Steps?&lt;/p&gt;</summary>
</entry>
- <entry>
- <title type="html">Would the real "HTML5" File please stand up?</title>
- <link href="http://lloyd.io/would-the-real-html5-file-please-stand-up"/>
- <id>http://lloyd.io/would-the-real-html5-file-please-stand-up</id>
- <updated>2009-09-11T00:00:00Z</updated>
- <summary type="html">&lt;p&gt;In fiddling around with HTML5 desktop sourced drag and drop, present in Safari Version 4.0.3 (6531.9), I&rsquo;m faced with the interesting challenge of understanding when I can &lt;em&gt;trust&lt;/em&gt; that a drop is really a drop &ndash; that a File is the result of user interaction. For a little context, here&rsquo;s a bit of code cobbled up by Gordon Durand that&rsquo;ll let us capture desktop sourced drops in the latest snow leopard:&lt;/p&gt;</summary>
- </entry>
<entry>
<title type="html">Redcloth/Textile to PDF conversion</title>
<link href="http://lloyd.io/redcloth-textile-to-pdf-conversion"/>
@@ -322,6 +336,13 @@ hell of a lot faster than the burning fox. Steps?&lt;/p&gt;</summary>
<updated>2009-09-03T00:00:00Z</updated>
<summary type="html">&lt;p&gt;Later this week I’ll be moderating a chat entitled “Implementing the open web” at &lt;a href="http://www.gluecon.com/"&gt;gluecon&lt;/a&gt; in my home town, Denver.&lt;/p&gt;</summary>
</entry>
+ <entry>
+ <title type="html">Parse JSON in ruby in 1/4 the time of YAML</title>
+ <link href="http://lloyd.io/parse-json-in-ruby-in-1-4-the-time-of-yaml"/>
+ <id>http://lloyd.io/parse-json-in-ruby-in-1-4-the-time-of-yaml</id>
+ <updated>2009-09-03T00:00:00Z</updated>
+ <summary type="html">&lt;p&gt;Crazy claim, eh? I figure there’s no better way to get this claim tested that by posting it as a truth!&lt;/p&gt;</summary>
+ </entry>
<entry>
<title type="html">Load simulation for serving of large static content</title>
<link href="http://lloyd.io/load-simulation-for-serving-of-large-static-content"/>
@@ -336,13 +357,6 @@ about 20s to get it down (100kb/s or so). That means we need to be
spoon feeding about 2000 simultaneously connected clients in order to
saturate the gigabit connection.&lt;/p&gt;</summary>
</entry>
- <entry>
- <title type="html">Parse JSON in ruby in 1/4 the time of YAML</title>
- <link href="http://lloyd.io/parse-json-in-ruby-in-1-4-the-time-of-yaml"/>
- <id>http://lloyd.io/parse-json-in-ruby-in-1-4-the-time-of-yaml</id>
- <updated>2009-09-03T00:00:00Z</updated>
- <summary type="html">&lt;p&gt;Crazy claim, eh? I figure there’s no better way to get this claim tested that by posting it as a truth!&lt;/p&gt;</summary>
- </entry>
<entry>
<title type="html">a shiny new blog</title>
<link href="http://lloyd.io/a-shiny-new-blog"/>
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+<div class="post" filename="2012-06-15-persona-architectural-changes.md" shortname="persona-architectural-changes" format="markdown">
+ <div class="title"><a href="/persona-architectural-changes">Persona Architectural Changes</a></div>
+ <div class="date">2012-06-15</div>
+ <div class="comments"><a href="/persona-architectural-changes#disqus_thread" data-disqus-identifier="persona-architectural-changes">comments</a></div>
+ <div class="abstract"><p>The [Persona Login service][] lets
+web developers implement seamless login via email address with a
+trivial amount of code. It is written in NodeJS and is supported
+by Mozilla. The service is deployed as several distinct
+NodeJS processes. Recently we've added a new process to the service,
+and this short post will describe what's changed and why.</p>
+<p>This post is targeted at interested community members, and the people
+who build, test, deploy, and maintain Persona.</p></div>
+</div>
<div class="post" filename="2012-02-17-a-new-api-for-browserid.md" shortname="a-new-api-for-browserid" format="markdown">
<div class="title"><a href="/a-new-api-for-browserid">A new API for BrowserID</a></div>
<div class="date">2012-02-17</div>
@@ -248,19 +261,19 @@
<div class="comments"><a href="/drags-a-droppin-and-events-a-bubblin#disqus_thread" data-disqus-identifier="drags-a-droppin-and-events-a-bubblin">comments</a></div>
<div class="abstract"></div>
</div>
+<div class="post" filename="2009-09-11-would-the-real-html5-file-please-stand-up.html" shortname="would-the-real-html5-file-please-stand-up" format="html">
+ <div class="title"><a href="/would-the-real-html5-file-please-stand-up">Would the real "HTML5" File please stand up?</a></div>
+ <div class="date">2009-09-11</div>
+ <div class="comments"><a href="/would-the-real-html5-file-please-stand-up#disqus_thread" data-disqus-identifier="would-the-real-html5-file-please-stand-up">comments</a></div>
+ <div class="abstract"><p>In fiddling around with HTML5 desktop sourced drag and drop, present in Safari Version 4.0.3 (6531.9), I&rsquo;m faced with the interesting challenge of understanding when I can <em>trust</em> that a drop is really a drop &ndash; that a File is the result of user interaction. For a little context, here&rsquo;s a bit of code cobbled up by Gordon Durand that&rsquo;ll let us capture desktop sourced drops in the latest snow leopard:</p></div>
+</div>
<div class="post" filename="2009-09-11-chromium-on-64-bit-arch-linux.html" shortname="chromium-on-64-bit-arch-linux" format="html">
<div class="title"><a href="/chromium-on-64-bit-arch-linux">chromium on 64 bit (arch) linux</a></div>
<div class="date">2009-09-11</div>
<div class="comments"><a href="/chromium-on-64-bit-arch-linux#disqus_thread" data-disqus-identifier="chromium-on-64-bit-arch-linux">comments</a></div>
<div class="abstract"><p>Really not much to write about, it was trivial to do, and <em>feels</em> a
hell of a lot faster than the burning fox. Steps?</p></div>
</div>
-<div class="post" filename="2009-09-11-would-the-real-html5-file-please-stand-up.html" shortname="would-the-real-html5-file-please-stand-up" format="html">
- <div class="title"><a href="/would-the-real-html5-file-please-stand-up">Would the real "HTML5" File please stand up?</a></div>
- <div class="date">2009-09-11</div>
- <div class="comments"><a href="/would-the-real-html5-file-please-stand-up#disqus_thread" data-disqus-identifier="would-the-real-html5-file-please-stand-up">comments</a></div>
- <div class="abstract"><p>In fiddling around with HTML5 desktop sourced drag and drop, present in Safari Version 4.0.3 (6531.9), I&rsquo;m faced with the interesting challenge of understanding when I can <em>trust</em> that a drop is really a drop &ndash; that a File is the result of user interaction. For a little context, here&rsquo;s a bit of code cobbled up by Gordon Durand that&rsquo;ll let us capture desktop sourced drops in the latest snow leopard:</p></div>
-</div>
<div class="post" filename="2009-09-09-redcloth-textile-to-pdf-conversion.html" shortname="redcloth-textile-to-pdf-conversion" format="html">
<div class="title"><a href="/redcloth-textile-to-pdf-conversion">Redcloth/Textile to PDF conversion</a></div>
<div class="date">2009-09-09</div>
@@ -279,6 +292,12 @@
<div class="comments"><a href="/the-open-web-my-spin#disqus_thread" data-disqus-identifier="the-open-web-my-spin">comments</a></div>
<div class="abstract"><p>Later this week I’ll be moderating a chat entitled “Implementing the open web” at <a href="http://www.gluecon.com/">gluecon</a> in my home town, Denver.</p></div>
</div>
+<div class="post" filename="2009-09-03-parse-json-in-ruby-in-1-4-the-time-of-yaml.html" shortname="parse-json-in-ruby-in-1-4-the-time-of-yaml" format="html">
+ <div class="title"><a href="/parse-json-in-ruby-in-1-4-the-time-of-yaml">Parse JSON in ruby in 1/4 the time of YAML</a></div>
+ <div class="date">2009-09-03</div>
+ <div class="comments"><a href="/parse-json-in-ruby-in-1-4-the-time-of-yaml#disqus_thread" data-disqus-identifier="parse-json-in-ruby-in-1-4-the-time-of-yaml">comments</a></div>
+ <div class="abstract"><p>Crazy claim, eh? I figure there’s no better way to get this claim tested that by posting it as a truth!</p></div>
+</div>
<div class="post" filename="2009-09-03-load-simulation-for-serving-of-large-static-content.html" shortname="load-simulation-for-serving-of-large-static-content" format="html">
<div class="title"><a href="/load-simulation-for-serving-of-large-static-content">Load simulation for serving of large static content</a></div>
<div class="date">2009-09-03</div>
@@ -292,12 +311,6 @@
spoon feeding about 2000 simultaneously connected clients in order to
saturate the gigabit connection.</p></div>
</div>
-<div class="post" filename="2009-09-03-parse-json-in-ruby-in-1-4-the-time-of-yaml.html" shortname="parse-json-in-ruby-in-1-4-the-time-of-yaml" format="html">
- <div class="title"><a href="/parse-json-in-ruby-in-1-4-the-time-of-yaml">Parse JSON in ruby in 1/4 the time of YAML</a></div>
- <div class="date">2009-09-03</div>
- <div class="comments"><a href="/parse-json-in-ruby-in-1-4-the-time-of-yaml#disqus_thread" data-disqus-identifier="parse-json-in-ruby-in-1-4-the-time-of-yaml">comments</a></div>
- <div class="abstract"><p>Crazy claim, eh? I figure there’s no better way to get this claim tested that by posting it as a truth!</p></div>
-</div>
<div class="post" filename="2009-09-03-a-shiny-new-blog.html" shortname="a-shiny-new-blog" format="html">
<div class="title"><a href="/a-shiny-new-blog">a shiny new blog</a></div>
<div class="date">2009-09-03</div>

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