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Anonymous lo ha vuelto a hacer, han dejado un mensaje en la web de AEDE.

Si pensáis, carteristas de la información, que con la aprobación del canon por parte de vuestros amigos del corrupto Partido Popular, váis a acabar con un Internet libre y al servicio de los ciudadanos, es que no nos conocéis.

Ni vosotros, ni vuestros medios vendidos al servicio de la corrupción institucionalizada, van a conseguir acabar con una Red libre. Vuestros abogados y mercenarios de la porra intentarán protegeros de nosotros, pero nosotros somos una IDEA; no combatimos por un salario, ni porque nos paguen unas putas como, seguramente, harán con vosotros.

Esperadnos!

Nunca estamos lejos de vuestros puertos, servidores, paneles de control y documentos (de los que ya hemos hecho una bonita copia).

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Hello community.

We have a massive application with tons of client/offline logic. We are thinking about refreshing the interface. I have read again and again "Vaadin apps UI logic runs in server side". So the question is... Can I just take the widgets and ignore the vaddin-server-side? Can I reuse the client presenters?
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+Matias Costa You mentioned "the mobile problem" with respect to GXT 3. Could you elaborate?
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Hello. Chorme  35.0.1916.153 linux here. Right sidebar disappears. If I "unpin" the sidebar it shows reduced on first load, It expands on hover, then on mouse-out just disappears. 
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Am having the same issue for a long time. If I unpin it, it goes away for good!
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I haven't sent you anything. You're wellcome.
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Today is a good day. I just had a call from a telemarketer. Did I yell and scream at them, you ask? Certainly not. Like a good IT administrator I put my skills to use for their benefit. Here's how the conversation went:

Computer: "Press 9 to not be contacted in the future. Press 4 to speak to someone about your mortgage issues"
<presses 4>
TM: "Hello, are you having problems paying your mortgage?"
Me: "Hi, this is the IT department. We intercepted your call as we detected a problem with you phone and need to fix it."
TM: "Oh... ok, well what do we need to do?"
Me: "We're going to need to fix the settings by pressing 4-6-8 and * at the same time"
TM: "Ok, nothing happened."
<alright, so he's not using a Polycom>
Me: "Are you using the new Polycom phones that we deployed?"
TM: "No, it's a Yealink"
Me: "Ok, I see. You haven't had the new Polycom phone deployed to your desk yet. Let me check our technical documentations for the Yealink."
<did a quick Google search, "yealink phone factory reset">
Me: "Alright, do you see an "OK" button on your phone?"
TM: "Yes I do"
Me: "Alright, you're going to press and hold that button for 10 seconds."
TM: "OK, pressing it now"
Me: "Perfect, let me know if you get a password request"
TM: "OK, nothing has popped up ye----"
<click>

That's right. I made a telemarketer unwittingly factory reset his phone which means he will be unable to make anymore calls until someone is able to reconfigure his phone and that will take at least an hour or longer if they can't do it right away!
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A taste of GWT 3.0 interop prototype. I recently made some experimental patches to try and get a feel for the proper API and compiler implementation. Here's a sample:

String x = GWT.jsni("'Hello' + $0", "World");

Each parameter passed as a var-arg to the jsni() is bound to JS variable $n.

GWT.jsni is NOT Javascript eval. It is a compile time parse of the Javascript. The above code, after compilation and optimization resolves to:

String x = "Hello World";

You can also pass primitive types to var-args without auto-boxing:

int x = GWT.jsniInt("$0 + 1", 41);

// compiles to x = 42

Furthermore, you can seamlessly call into JS APIs by combining this with new @JsType interop annotations.

@JsType
// basically, it's TypeScript style interfaces :)
interface JQuery {
  JQuery css(String prop, String value);
}

GWT.<JQuery>jsni("$('ul > li')").css("color", "red").css("font-size", "9pt");

Compiles to:
$('ul > li').css('color", red").css('font-size', '9pt');

GWT.jsni() allows you can construct arbitrary Javascript expressions inline to Java code without writing Javascript Native Interface methods, and with @JsType interfaces, allows you to manipulate the result in a type safe, efficient manner, with minimum of boilerplate.

You can see more examples in progress here: https://gwt-review.googlesource.com/#/c/7885/5/user/test/com/google/gwt/core/client/interop/GwtJsniTest.java
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The goal of the new JS interop stuff is to lower the barriers to using GWT with the rest of the browser and web ecosystem which is moving far faster than our release processes. The idea is, if you just saw Web Components at I/O and want to use them with your GWT app, it should be painless, quick, and easy.
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My two-week review of Google Glass: it all depends on the price

This week I gave five speeches while wearing it.
I passed through airports four times (two more in a couple of hours).
I let hundreds of people try my Google Glass.
I have barely taken it off since getting it other than to sleep.

Here's my review after having Google Glass for two weeks:

1. I will never live a day of my life from now on without it (or a competitor). It's that significant. 
2. The success of this totally depends on price. Each audience I asked at the end of my presentations "who would buy this?" As the price got down to $200 literally every hand went up. At $500 a few hands went up. This was consistent, whether talking with students, or more mainstream, older audiences.
3. Nearly everyone had an emotional outburst of "wow" or "amazing" or "that's crazy" or "stunning." 
4. At NextWeb 50 people surrounded me and wouldn't let me leave until they had a chance at trying them. I haven't seen that kind of product angst at a conference for a while. This happened to me all week long, it is just crazy.
5. Most of the privacy concerns I had before coming to Germany just didn't show up. I was shocked by how few negative reactions I got (only one, where an audience member said he wouldn't talk to me with them on). Funny, someone asked me to try them in a bathroom (I had them aimed up at that time and refused).
6. There is a total generational gap that I found. The older people said they would use them, probably, but were far more skeptical, or, at minimum, less passionate about the fact that these are the future, than the 13-21-year-olds I met.

So, let's cover the price, first of all. I bet that +Larry Page is considering two price points: something around $500, which would be very profitable. Or $200, which is about what the bill of materials costs. When you tear apart the glasses, like someone else did (I posted that to my Flipboard "Glasshole" magazine) you see a bunch of parts that aren't expensive. This has been designed for mass production. In other words, millions of units. The only way Google will get there is to price them under $300.

I wouldn't be shocked if Larry went very aggressive and priced them at $200. Why would Google do this? 

Easy: I'm now extremely addicted to Google services. My photos and videos automatically upload to Google+. Adding other services will soon be possible (I just got a Twitter photo app that is being developed by a third party) but turning on automatic uploads to other services will kill my batteries on both my phone and my glasses (which doesn't have much battery life anyway). So, I'm going to be resistant to adding Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Evernote, and Tumblr to my glasses. Especially when Google+ works darn well and is the default. 

Also, Google is forbidding advertising in apps. This is a HUGE shift for Google's business model. I believe Larry Page is moving Google from an advertising-based company to a commerce based company.

The first thing I tried that it failed on was "find me a Sushi restaurant." I'm sure that will get fixed soon and, Google could collect a micropayment anytime I complete a transaction like reserving a seat at a restaurant, or getting a book delivered to my house, or, telling something like Bloomingdales "get me these jeans." 

There is literally billions of dollars to be made with this new commerce-based system, rather than force us to sit and look at ads, the way Facebook and tons of other services do.

When you wear these glasses for two weeks you get the affordance is totally different and that having these on opens you up to a new commerce world. Why?

1. They are much more social than looking at a cell phone. Why? I don't need to look away from you to use Google, or get directions, or do other things. 
2. The voice works and works with nearly every one and in every situation. It's the first product that literally everyone could use it with voice. It's actually quite amazing, even though I know that the magic is that it expects to hear only a small number of things. "OK Glass, Take a Picture" works. "OK Glass, Take a Photo" doesn't. The Glass is forcing your voice commands to be a certain set of commands and no others will be considered. This makes accuracy crazy high, even if you have an accent.

I continue to be amazed with the camera. It totally changes photography and video. Why? I can capture moments. I counted how many seconds it takes to get my smartphone out of my pocket, open it up, find the camera app, wait for it to load, and then take a photo. Six to 12 seconds. With Google Glass? Less than one second. Every time. And I can use it without having hands free, like if I'm carrying groceries in from the car and my kids are doing something cute. 

I've been telling people that this reminds me of the Apple II, which I unboxed with my dad back in 1977. It was expensive. It didn't do much. But I knew my life had changed in a big way and would just get better and better. Already this week I've gotten a new RSS app, the New York Times App, and a Twitter app. With many more on the way.

This is the most interesting new product since the iPhone and I don't say that lightly.

Yeah, we could say the camera isn't good in low light. We could say it doesn't have enough utility. It looks dorky. It freaks some people out (it's new, that will go away once they are in the market). 

But I don't care. This has changed my life. I will never live a day without it on. 

It is that significant. 

Now, Larry, find a way to make it $200 and you'll have a major hit on your hands.

(Attached are dozens of photos I shot over the past two weeks with it).
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