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posted by janrinok on Tuesday May 06 2014, @07:02PM   Printer-friendly
from the sharing-is-good dept.

bryan over at Pipedot has released the source code for Pipecode, the software running pipedot.

Pipecode is written in PHP and the code is using the GPLv3.

 
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  • (Score: 2) by GlennC on Tuesday May 06 2014, @07:59PM

    by GlennC (3656) on Tuesday May 06 2014, @07:59PM (#40311)

    They'll schedule the vote on that after the community decides on the name

    (I tried closing my sarcasm tag, but it didn't show up on the preview.)

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  • (Score: 3, Funny) by maxwell demon on Tuesday May 06 2014, @08:34PM

    by maxwell demon (1608) Subscriber Badge on Tuesday May 06 2014, @08:34PM (#40324) Journal

    (I tried closing my sarcasm tag, but it didn't show up on the preview.)

    Well, then you probably just have to continue being sarcastic :-)

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  • (Score: 0) by Anonymous Coward on Tuesday May 06 2014, @10:25PM

    by Anonymous Coward on Tuesday May 06 2014, @10:25PM (#40365)

    my sarcasm tag
    It has been noted that I often miss the mirth in a situation, so forgive me if that is the case.

    OTOH, if you are completely serious, tag types that are not explicitly supported are stripped away by the Comments engine.
    If you want < (less than) and > (greater than) to appear with your fictional tags, you must substitute some markup. [google.com]

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  • (Score: 1) by Magic Oddball on Wednesday May 07 2014, @09:30AM

    by Magic Oddball (3847) on Wednesday May 07 2014, @09:30AM (#40463) Journal

    You could always take the approach of writing /s at the end of sarcasm, [s]around it with brackets[/s], or using parenthesis with italics (like this, as if you couldn't imagine it yourself). Those are the methods I borrowed from others long ago, at least.

    (Or just use the simple way of just writing & gt; and & lt; without the spaces.)

    • (Score: 0) by Anonymous Coward on Wednesday May 07 2014, @03:18PM

      by Anonymous Coward on Wednesday May 07 2014, @03:18PM (#40561)

      & gt; and & lt; without the spaces

      You mean, &gt; and &lt;? Then why not simply write that? Hint: &amp;

    • (Score: 2) by GlennC on Thursday May 08 2014, @02:10PM

      by GlennC (3656) on Thursday May 08 2014, @02:10PM (#40900)

      Thanks for the tips!

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