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tatianamac / tatiana-mac-speaker-rider.md
Last active Sep 16, 2021
Tatiana Mac's Speaker Rider
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Speaker Rider

by Tatiana Mac

Last updated 14 April 2021

What is a speaker rider?

As speaking comes with immense privilege, I have crafted a speaker rider to set expectations and boundaries around my engagement. I am grateful to all the conference organisers who have brilliantly hosted me. I would love to continue to exercise this privilege to speak at conferences, and use this privilege to make the landscape more accessible and beneficial to tech's most historically excluded and marginalised communities.

Considerations

😫 I provide a lot of explanations for those of you who never had to consider these things. Most thoughtful conferences I've attended check most of these boxes intrinsically, particularly when conference runners are experienced speakers. They get it.

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👀📎 It looks like you're preparing to MC a conference...

🚨 GIANT DISCLAIMER: This stuff is far from authoritative. But it's what I think works for me, and what I enjoy in an MC when I'm attending a conference.


Biggest tip - enjoy yourself.

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Everything I Know About UI Routing

Definitions

  1. Location - The location of the application. Usually just a URL, but the location can contain multiple pieces of information that can be used by an app
    1. pathname - The "file/directory" portion of the URL, like invoices/123
    2. search - The stuff after ? in a URL like /assignments?showGrades=1.
    3. query - A parsed version of search, usually an object but not a standard browser feature.
    4. hash - The # portion of the URL. This is not available to servers in request.url so its client only. By default it means which part of the page the user should be scrolled to, but developers use it for various things.
    5. state - Object associated with a location. Think of it like a hidden URL query. It's state you want to keep with a specific location, but you don't want it to be visible in the URL.
@NoelFB
NoelFB / Aseprite.cs
Last active May 28, 2021
ugly C# .ase (aseprite) parser
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using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.IO;
using System.IO.Compression;
using System.Text;
// File Format:
// https://github.com/aseprite/aseprite/blob/master/docs/ase-file-specs.md
// Note: I didn't test with with Indexed or Grayscale colors
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gif-from-tweet

There are so many great GIFs out there and I want to have copies of them. Twitter makes that harder than it should be by converting them to MP4 and not providing access to the source material. To make it easier, I made a bash pipeline that takes a tweet URL and a filename, extracts the MP4 from that tweet and uses ffmpeg to convert back to GIF.

Dependencies

  • ffmpeg
    • macOS: brew install ffmpeg
    • Ubuntu/Debian: apt install ffmpeg
@veltman
veltman / README.md
Last active Jan 2, 2021
Stippling #2
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Another attempt at stippling with a more basic relaxation approach but using multiple dot sizes to add texture.

  1. Position starting points with rejection sampling, using the grayscale image as the density function.
  2. Use Lloyd's algorithm to get a relaxed Voronoi diagram from the starting points.
  3. Size the dots based on the darkness of the pixel at their position, then shrink them as much as necessary to avoid collisions - this could be done all at once but it seems to produce some splotchy artifacts, so instead they're shrunk a little bit at a time.

The heavy computation is done in a web worker to avoid locking up the page, and takes about 15-20 seconds to complete.

See also: Voronoi relaxation, Stippling, Philippe Rivière's CCPD Snowden

@john-doherty
john-doherty / disable-mac-swipe-navigation.js
Created Feb 12, 2018
Disable Mac swipe navigation in pure JavaScript
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(function (window) {
if ((/Macintosh/gi).test(navigator.userAgent) && (/Chrome|Safari|Firefox/gi).test(navigator.userAgent)) {
history.pushState(null, null, location.href);
window.onpopstate = function(event) {
history.go(1);
};
}
@mafintosh
mafintosh / bitcoin-for-laypeople.md
Last active Apr 1, 2020
Blog post about how Bitcoin works in a way non computer people can understand it
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Bitcoin for laypeople

(Chinese version available here, courtesy of @jiangplus

(This is an English translation of my Danish blog post, Bitcoin for voksne)

Bitcoin is a digital currency that has no central authority. It's a currency where you do not have to rely on anyone to know it's worth it. As a concept, it's similar to gold. Gold has a value in itself, as opposed to, say a $100 note that only has value if the U.S. government says it has value. Similarly, the idea of ​​Bitcoins is that they have value by themselves.

Let's try to understand how Bitcoin works.

@keturn
keturn / 00_README
Last active Jun 12, 2018 — forked from dogeared/00_README
Extracting / Exporting custom emoji from Slack
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This builds off the excellent work of @lmarkus & @dogeared.
The scripts below can be used in conjunction with the Slack Emoji Tools Google Chrome extension to export emojis from
one Slack team and import into another team.
Original work here:
* https://gist.github.com/lmarkus/8722f56baf8c47045621
* https://gist.github.com/dogeared/f8af0c03d96f75c8215731a29faf172c
@samthor
samthor / safari-nomodule.js
Last active Sep 17, 2021
Safari 10.1 `nomodule` support
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/*
* Copyright 2017 Google LLC
*
* Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
* you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
* You may obtain a copy of the License at
*
* https://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
*
* Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software