So been spending the last few days trying to upgrade my software to support typekey. Today it dawned on me I had no idea how it ACTUALLY worked, just sorta trusted that It did. Well that and trying to figure out how to uniquely identify a user.

And now finding out that each typekey user has a unique username, and earlier finding out that typekey uses a private / public key system, I've been that much more impressed by it.

I think for KodePost (a clean non hacked version), I'm going to allow Registered Users, Typekey, and Typein/Anonymous users. This makes it much easier for people to comment, and for me to integrate with KodeKomics at a later date.

In other news, I almost got MTLJPost back up and running again for MT3.0. I just have to fix one more bug and get my tester happy with it. Then I can release a new cleaner version.

Anyways, back to job hunting, gotta pay bills and stuff like that.




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Gavin Mogan

Hi. I'm Gavin. I'm a coder at Sauce Labs. At home I code, game, hang out, all the cool non robot things to do. #notarobot

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