Great write-up! I think access control is also playing an important role in modularization and good API design. DI (and to a smaller extent composition) is definitely not a settled topic in Scala land, so my preference is as good as everyone else's. That said, I think implicits (either in the form of type classes or…
This issue is fixed now.
good catch! It looks like our image placeholder treatment was not kicking in. Update: apparently we have an issue right now where images in comments are taking way too long to upload. We are looking into it.
good catch - fixed. Thanks!
Erdekes modon engem pont eszpee bejegyzese erositett meg arrol, hogy jo dontes volt reszemrol az, hogy nem szavaztam (az allando lakcimmel nem rendelkezo kulfoldi allampolgaroknak elore kellett regisztralniuk a szavazashoz).
I think the answer to that is having better APIs. We are working on it.
Agreed. We are working on it.
we are in the process of rolling out a new feature to address this problem. On mobile animated gifs will be changed to click-to-play. This feature flag is already enabled on a few sites (e.g. http://sploid.gizmodo.com )
Interesting - thanks! And how would that concept apply to video?
I like the idea of moving away from focusing on uniques as the key metrics. However, if attracting popular twitter users is the main objective, then I think we should focus on invites and invites related product features more in the near future (Especially on mobile web, where the sign-up workflow is still relatively…
which objective is more important: having more bigger partners or "ordinary" users on the platform?
I think our biggest competitor is actually twitter
Where do you think kinja will be by end of this year (product-wise)?
What's the business objective of kinja?
What's the future of annotations (text, image, video)?
How will we know if kinja is working?