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mwylde committed Mar 1, 2012
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@@ -8,7 +8,7 @@ both sides of the hiring process.
But, let's face it, HN is not the best format for browsing job
listings. [HNHiring.me](http://hnhiring.me) aims at providing a better
experience for job searchers making it easier to take advantage of
experience for job searchers, making it easier to take advantage of
these posts.
Amongst the features:
@@ -23,9 +23,9 @@ Amongst the features:
The code is split into two pieces. The site itself is completely
static, which is helpful when Hacker News is sending hundreds of
simultaneous users to my small VPS. The site is written in
simultaneous users to my small VPS. It's written in
CoffeeScript, backed by jQuery and Underscore.js. On page load it
requests a JSON file containing the job thread which is used to
requests a JSON file containing the list of job threads, which is used to
populate the side bar. Then, for each selected thread, a JSON file
containing the comment data is requested via AJAX.
@@ -44,7 +44,7 @@ Note that this script requires a running Redis instance. Why? Because
unfortunately there is no way to get the timestamp for a HN post. However,
we do have relative times (e.g., "posted 5 minutes ago"). While these
are fairly precise within an hour of posting, they quickly become
useless (the next day, nearly every comment has "posted 1 day ago").
useless—the next day, nearly every comment has "posted 1 day ago".
So by running `get_data.rb` at least once an hour, we can get
timestamps which are accurate to the minute. But the next time we run
it we want to maintain the more accurate times, not replace them with

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